Margo Parker and Damien Miller have won the regional mixed pairs play-off at Temora Bowling and Recreation Club last weekend.
The pair beat teams from Leeton and Temora and will now go on to contest the state finals to be held at Tamworth in September.
Young women's bowling club held its annual general meeting on Monday, July 8 with the following members being elected.
- President: Heather Bailey
- Vice president: Margo Parker
- Secretary: Judith Mulligan
- Treasurer: Margaret Gailey
- Match/Selection Committee: Judy Watson, Elsie Hines, Jill Rosen, Kate Cooper, Sheila Traynor, Ann Gardner and Margaret Glasheen.
- Communications Officer and South West District Delegate: Heather Bailey.
- Committee Member: Robyn Tierney
- Historian: Elsie Hines
- Patroness: Sheila Rogerson
- Life members: Dorothy Shepherd and Betty Powderly
President, Heather, thanked her executive of the past year for their valued support and friendship and wishes for the new executive to continue working together to strengthen the club and membership. Six ladies braved the cold, foggy morning on Tuesday, July 9 for social bowls.
They played eight ends of consistency singles with Elsie Hines winning and Joy Murray second. This was followed by eight ends of triples with Jill Rosen, Ann Gardner and Joy Murray playing against Elsie Hines, Pat Reid and Julie Alavoine. A ten-all draw resulted. The ladies finished the morning celebrating Elsie's birthday by going out to lunch.
The second BPL cup (Bowls Premier League) is set to be played this coming Sunday, July 14 but more teams are needed. Judith Mulligan at Wagga next week contests the regional singles play-off. The club minor singles will be played next Tuesday, July 16 with Jenny Holt playing Jill Rosen, the winner of which will play Ann Gardner on Thursday, July 18.
Social bowls are played Tuesday mornings starting at 10am with names in by 9.30 am, also, Thursday afternoons starting at 1.30 pm with names in by 1pm.
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