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Reservoir Road
Underbool  Vic  3509


2021-2022 Syllabus contact a board member for details


2021-2022 Board

President:  Colin Lockett

Secretary: Howard Crothers

Senior Vice President: Steve Simmonds

Junior Vice president: Colin Aikman

Assistant Secretary: Jennifer Wakefield

Treasurer: Raelene Winslow

Immediate Past President Robert Gloster

Additional Board members: Colleen Gloster, Marie Cummings, Les Stone, Noelene Crow


Match Committee Men  Ray Gloster, Robert Gloster, Colin Lockett, Alan Stone

Match Committee Ladies  Jen Stone, Jennifer Wakefield

Greens & Maintenance Committee Robert Gloster, Steve Simmonds, John Cummings, Alan Stone, Stephen Lynch, Col Aikman, Les Stone, Jen Stone, Rhonda Lockett, Robert Pole

Registered Coach Steve Simmonds

Press Corres.         Robert Gloster, Jen Stone (photographer)

Bowls Sunraysia Delegates   Robert Gloster, Jennifer Wakefield

Pennant Selectors -- -Saturday:  Alan Stone, Robert Gloster, Les Stone

                                    Midweek:    Colleen Gloster, Marie Cummings.

National Umpires     Robert Gloster, J Cummings.

Catering Committee    Wendy Stone, Nolene Crow.

Bar Managers   H Crothers, Jen Stone, Ray Gloster, Rob Gloster.


 Sat play – names in by 1.15 pm for 1.30 pm start

Wednesday twilights – names in by 6pm for 6.30 pm start.

BBQ on Saturdays when pennant is at home.

Membership $100

Social Membership $50

Bar Membership $5

All Green Fees $5, BBQ $10, Twilights $10 plus Green Fees

 Non Playing Visitors Meal $10 (includes Bus driver)

 Club Car Travel – All Pennant and Ladies Star days each player to pay driver $10, car to be paid $10 even if traveling in a different car. Ouyen, Murrayville – Nil

 Delegates Meetings car $30

 Club Room Hire for Meetings $25

Casual Clothes may be worn except for pennant and tournaments


December 2021

To assist in alleviating a situation at a later date in the pennant calendar for both Underbool and Nangiloc, both clubs were in agreeance to play what was to be a home match for Underbool, at Nangiloc. With the forecast temperature estimated to be at the top end of the scale, an early start was agreed upon, so as to avoid the mid afternoon heat. And didn’t they take advantage of their home turf as they stitched us up 2 rinks to 1, 91 shots to 66. Howard Crothers, Alan Stone, Ray Gloster and Jen Stone carried the flag for Underbool, with the other 2 rinks being outplayed. A very tasty BBQ lunch was enjoyed following the game, such is the hospitality of the Nangiloc club, thank you.

This week end was a double header for Div. 2, with another round to be played the next day (Sunday). We welcomed Red Cliffs to Underbool, where the temperature was ideal but unfortunately, the forecast high gusty winds turned out to be accurate, which made for a very testing time on the green. It was however, a good day for the home team winning 69 shots to 64 overall. Howard Crothers and Col Locketts rinks had good wins and were able to cover Rob Glosters rink which had a very tough day at the office. That’s it for Pennant until we resume again on 15th Jan.

Wednesday 22nd is our Christmas twilight night, sponsored by Jason’s Ouyen IGA; we look forward to a good roll up to conclude 2021. All the very best for a happy, healthy and safe Christmas and New Year, may you all come back refreshed and ready for bowls in 2022.  


Another cracker Saturday for bowls, when our pennant team came up against top team Workers at Underbool on Saturday 11th. Once again we backed up our first round encounter with them, by just going 63/68 shots overall. Rob. Gloster's rink had a good win 31/16 over Geoff Weller, but Steve Simmond's after closing the gap over Col. Gowers, eventually went down 16/27.  Howard Crothers' rink had no answer to Ron Dunn’s magic stick as it could do no wrong, but they did a great job holding them to a 16/25 result. We have had some good tussles with Workers, and this was no exception.

Social bowlers enjoyed a pairs competition with Winners being Raelene Winslow and Ron Elliott from Runners up, Colleen Gloster and Frankie Gloster.

This weekend the 18th & 19th of Dec. is a Pennant double header, we play Nangiloc at Nangiloc on Saturday and welcome Red Cliffs to Underbool on Sunday. This is also the final round before the Christmas break, after which we will resume on the 15th Jan.

Sunday Rob Gloster and Alan Stone played off one of the Men's Singles Championship Semi Finals, where Rob was able to advance to the Grand Final at a date to be decided when the other semi is completed.

Wednesday the 22nd of December is our Christmas tea wind up twilight night, sponsored by Jason’s Ouyen IGA - let’s hope the weather is kind.

Good to see Ken Taylor back bowling at the club again after some health issues, and a couple of younger bowlers coming along to our social bowls and enjoying the game. With harvest being wound up we should see a few more numbers on the green.


A few more team adjustments had to take place for Saturday 4th Dec. pennant match against Mildura at Underbool with harvest still in full swing. It’s actually quite a long time since Mildura have played at Underbool and word has it they were swatting up the “Australian Touring Guide” Friday evening. It was great to welcome them back again, to catch up with some old and new faces and enjoy a very light- hearted and social day albeit with some very keen competition.

Howard Crothers' strong win over Rob. Hanns was enough to cover the narrow losses of Rob. Gloster's and Steve Simmonds' rinks to give the home team a 3 shot overall win 67/64.

Midweek pennant home and away matches for Division 2 concluded on Monday, with all teams being hosted by Underbool, where the green and surrounds looked a picture in the natural bushland setting. Coomealla were able to clinch both rinks over Underbool by 9 shots overall in the morning match. However, the afternoon match against Euston was a complete turnaround with Colleen Gloster's rink winning 18/7 and Marie Cumming's rink winning 19/5, to finish the season on a high note.

Well done to all those Members who contributed to the Midweek competition, the experience in this type of match play is invaluable.

The afternoon tea provided by the Underbool ladies for the final Div.2 round was very much appreciated by all the visiting Clubs.

This Saturday December 11,  we welcome Workers to Underbool to begin a new round. Social bowls will also be held with the usual BBQ tea to follow the days Bowling.


November 2021

What a difference a week makes weather-wise, as both Saturday pennant and Midweek pennant were played in glorious conditions this week.

Our first home match in Saturday pennant, wasn’t the result we had hoped for, as Irymple gave us a lesson in how to play consistently good bowls. From the outset the visitors dominated, however following afternoon tea we did steady with a couple of teams making a good comeback, but still all 3 rinks going down. Not all was lost as the laughter and banter from all 3 greens, particularly about the performance of a certain “Collingwood” branded bowl, made for a humorous day. The green by the way, was pretty slick, and ran beautifully, a credit to the guys in charge.

Next week we welcome Mildura to Underbool to complete round one. Social bowls will also be available for Members and newcomers, with the usual BBQ tea to follow the days bowling.

11 Members including a few newbies, played social bowls, with the winners being Colleen Gloster ( S ), Dorothy Brown & Cherie Donnellan.

Friday afternoon the semi final of the Ladies singles Championship was played between Marie Cummings and Jennifer Wakefield. It was a marathon match and with both at 24 all, Jennifer prevailed in a thriller and now meets Jen Stone in the Final, at a date to be decided.

Sunday we had a representative team attend Irymple’s Trilogy day, acquitting themselves extremely well, at a very well run tournament.

Midweek 2nd Division pennant was played at Euston on Monday, where we played Workers in the AM, with one rink winning but not by enough to cover the other rink, therefore picking up 2 points. In the afternoon with the overhead covers drawn, we played Mildura with the same result as the mornings match, picking up 2 more points. Next week is the final round with all 2nd Division playing at Underbool.

 It has become a point of concern from some players, that bowls etiquette isn’t being applied correctly, particularly with regards to pennant. Quite often the lead and Second are on the green crowding the head and indicating where the skipper should be playing the shot, instead of being back on the bank, leaving the third player to give instructions and do the measuring. This is quite evident in Midweek pennant and has become a hot topic over the pennant season. 


As I finished off our notes last week, I did say we won’t get too optimistic about the weather for the ensuing season. How right that turned out to be. Saturday 20th we were enjoying a pleasant drive to Red Cliffs when just shy of the Hattah round-a-bout, we were informed it was too wet to play in Sunraysia, pennant cancelled. So, we went back to the Ouyen Club, had lunch then proceeded back to our own club where we had 22 members enjoy a very pleasant day of social bowls in perfect conditions. Three bowl triples was played with 2 pairs making up the balance. Winners were Rob. Gloster (S), Alan Willsmore and Wendy Stone from Runners up on a count back, Howard Crothers and Ron Elliott.

Next Saturday 27th, we welcome Irymple for our first home game. There will be social bowls as usual with a BBQ tea to wind up the day.

Midweek pennant was at Irymple where we played Euston in the morning and Irymple in the afternoon. The mornings matches were similar to the previous week's, winning 1 match, losing 1 match to just go down over all by 2 shots yet again. However, the afternoon's result was far more satisfying, with Colleen’s team winning by 13 shots and Marie’s team by 10 shots to finally enjoy an overall victory. This experience is invaluable to some of our newer ladies who haven’t played much pennant.

Next week Div 2 Midweek is at Euston.

Club Championships are well under way. Marie Cummings plays Jennifer Wakefield this Friday afternoon to decide who plays Jenny Stone in the Final.

The Men are out to the semi-finals, with Alan Stone to play Rob. Gloster and Howard Crothers to play Steve Simmonds. All other competitions are posted on the board.

Here’s hoping for a rain free weekend.


It could be said it is the dawning of a new era of Bowls. Personally, I must admit with all the hurdles we have had to jump to try and play sport in general, Bowls included, has tested the will to remain enthusiastic, let alone bothered. What a difference one almost normal game of Pennant makes in rejuvenating that enthusiasm, and Saturday 6th of November certainly did the trick, even if the usually sunny Mildura presented us with some early showers.

However, since the inception of the 1st lockdown a long time ago, the Underbool Bowls Club has been far from dormant. When able we have had good numbers for Bowls practice, the Club house has had a few repairs and it has had a very refreshing new coat of paint.

We received some assistance to purchase some more equipment to help our wonderful Club volunteers maintain our surrounds, and have just been successful with a grant to purchase a new ride on mower, thanks to assistant Secretary Jennifer. But, the big news was that we have at last been successful in a major grant to put down a Synthetic green, which will be an enormous benefit in so many ways, both to the Members and the Community.

Last Saturday, 30th October we had a great roll up including some keen new Bowlers, who enjoyed a wonderful day of “normal” social bowls.

Winners were, Rob. Gloster, Jennifer Wakefield & visiting first timer & golfing fanatic, Colin Greed.

Saturday 6th, because Saturday pennant began, a smaller number played pairs, with Jenny Stone & Jennifer Wakefield winning the day.

The first round of pennant saw us travel to Workers in 2nd Division on Saturday, and contrary to “ Uncle Tony’s” prediction in Saturdays Sunraysia Daily, we had a cracking game taking it right up to Workers to just go down 70 shots to 66. Compliments to Workers, your greens were exceptional and the comradery likewise.

Our Midweek pennant players were also eagerly looking forward to at last being able to return to competition this week, all be it with a new format of 2 games of 15 ends being played on the same day at the same venue. The 2 Underbool teams travelled to Red Cliffs to experience the new carpet surface, and acquitted themselves very well. In the morning’s match against Irymple we just went down overall 34 shots to29 and backed up in the afternoon against Workers to be pipped by 30 shots to 27. The format was okay but, the lunch time break was a bit rushed, particularly for the team managers who, after filling in the results and ratifying the cards, were left with no time to have their lunch. Midweek Div. 2 travel to Underbool for next Mondays round. 

Mens and Ladies Club Championship draws have been posted so we need to make the playoffs a priority as harvest is fast approaching.

It’s good to be back look forward to catching up on the green.


April 2021

Windup, Presentation Day and President’s Day of Underbool Bowls Club 2020/2021 was held on Sunday afternoon of April 11th. A rather chilly autumn day but the warmth of the fellowship was most evident.

President Robert Gloster welcomed a good crowd, with special welcome to visitors Colin and Valerie Greed.

winners Ron, Murray, Colin with Robertwinners Ron, Murray, Colin with RobertA short afternoon of bowling with many sometimes trying but fun inclusions in the games, saw Colin Aikman, Murray Lockett and Ron Elliott come out winners of the day.

runners up - Colin, Raelene, Robertrunners up - Colin, Raelene, RobertClose Runners/up were Robert Gloster, Raelene Winslow and Colin Greed.

Roll to the very large spider was Anne Stone. One team who shall not be named won the encouragement award.



Underbool bowlers have certainly held their own in the Sunraysia District Bowls Championships this season. With Marie Cummings winning at home and then winning the Sunraysia Champion of Champions and going on to compete in the Murray Mallee Region Championships play off.

The Underbool Ladies Fours team went on to win the Sunraysia Ladies Championship Fours, with the Underbool Men’s Winning Fours coming in close Runners/up in the playoff of the Sunraysia Men’s Championship Fours.

Presentations were made to all winners and Runners/up Club Championships Singles, Pairs and Fours.

Wendy and MerleWendy and MerleCongratulations also to in Club 100 up winner Wendy Stone and Runner/up, Merle Pole.

A beautiful meal of cooked cold meats, donated by Colin and Rhonda Lockett and Les and Wendy Stone, along with a large array of salads was enjoyed by all.

And then “surprise surprise” a very large Ginger Fluff sponge adorned with cream and fresh raspberries appeared, birthday candles and all! A very surprised President Robert Gloster who is soon to celebrate a special O Birthday was lost for words! Colin Lockett on behalf of the Club thanked Robert for all he does not only for the Bowls Club, but for all his work in the community as well and wished him a very happy 70th Birthday. All responded in singing “Happy Birthday” and then shared in the Birthday cake made by Robert’s sister in law Anne Stone, for sweets. A fitting finale to another successful year at Underbool Bowls.

Work will continue on even though the season has closed. The Underbool Bowls Club Board has seen fit to have the toilet suites and plumbing updated, also to have assist rails installed in the cubicles.

The Club has also been successful in obtaining funding for a battery operated Trimmer including a petrol powered Edger. This will enable the Bowls surrounds to be kept neat and tidy. Funding has also been received for four new and updated scoreboards. The Club has “Good as New” Ouyen to thank for this generous donation. President Robert Gloster has extended thanks in appreciation to Good as New “who do a marvelous work with their volunteering and contributions to the community.


March 2021   

Steve Simmonds (s), Colin Lockett, Les Stone and John Cummings played in the Sunraysia Men's Championship Fours at Ouyen the weekend of 20th and 21st March. With a bye in the first round, the team won against Coomealla in the second round on the Saturday. Returning Sunday morning to play Workers team and having won that game, they went into the Grand Final against Nangiloc. Underbool trailed closely all the game until the last end when the score was 18 all. An exciting finish saw Nangiloc take the game by 1 point. Final score 18/19.
Social Bowls Saturday 20th March, fourteen bowlers played. Alan Stone and Jennifer Wakefield were winners of the day.
Friday 19th March: the Men's Championship Pairs was played out with Steve Simmonds and Colin Lockett playing Colin Aikman and Les Stone. Once again Steve Simmonds and Colin Lockett retain their status as Underbool Men's Pairs Club Champions. Best wishes to them as they go on to play in the Sunraysia Men's Pairs Championships at Irymple next weekend 27th and 28th March.
Also best wishes for good bowling to Bernadette Stone and Raelene Winslow as they play in the Sunraysia Ladies Championship Pairs at Euston on the same weekend.

Sunraysia Ladies Championship Fours winners 2021Sunraysia Ladies Championship Fours winners 2021Underbool Ladies are exultant in their win at the recent play off at Ouyen on the weekend of 13th/14th March in the Sunraysia Ladies Championship Fours. Defeating teams from Irymple and Coomealla on the Saturday and then returning to play in the Grand Final against Mildura Sunday morning.

The team of Marie Cummings (S), Colleen Gloster, Wendy Stone and Nita Wandel all played extremely well to come through to be Sunraysia Ladies Championship Fours winners of 2020/2021.

President of Underbool Bowling Club Robert Gloster congratulates the team on their three wins to take out the winning Trophy. Many thanks to those who attended to support the team and a special thank you to Anne Stone for acting as Emergency.

winnerswinnersMeanwhile back at the Underbool Club on a very damp Saturday, the menfolk were playing off their game of Championship Fours. Steve Simmonds (S) Colin Lockett, Les Stone and John Cummings were winners over Robert Gloster(S), Howard Crothers, Colin Aikman and Alan Stone. Men’s Sunraysia Championship Fours will be played at Ouyen the weekend of 20th/21st March. We wish the men every success for their games.


Local bowlers taking part in Bendigo Country Week Bowls this week 15th to 18th March are, Ray Gloster, Robert Gloster, Howard Crothers, Steve Simmonds, Colin Lockett, Alan Stone, Robert Lester and they will also be joined by ex-Underbool bowler Ken Byrne.


Marie, Colleen, Bernadette, RaeleneMarie, Colleen, Bernadette, RaeleneLadies Club Championship Pairs was played on the morning of Monday 8th March with Bernadette Stone and Raelene Winslow playing Marie Cummings and Colleen Gloster. Bernadette and Raelene had a good win and now go on to play at Euston on Saturday and Sunday 27th and 28th March in the Sunraysia Ladies Championship pairs. Good bowling ladies.

Social Bowls Saturday 6th March, seventeen played, with three wins going to Colin Aikman (s) Jen Stone and Scott Brammer. Runners/up were Howard Crothers(s) Raelene Winslow and Ray Gloster.


January -February 2021 

runners-up teamrunners-up team

Champion 4's winnersChampion 4's winners28th February: The team of Bernadette Stone (s), Noelene Crow, Jennifer Wakefield and Jen Stone played Marie Cummings (s), Colleen Gloster Wendy Stone and Raelene Winslow with a narrow win going to Marie's team.

Bowls Sunraysia Ladies Championship Fours will be played off at Ouyen 13th and 14th March.


Social Bowls Saturday 27th February, in perfect weather for bowls, sixteen played Pairs with Marie Cummings and Ron Elliott enjoying a win.

Saturday 20th February. Yet another hot day forecast, so word went out for anyone interested in playing at 9am. Ten bowlers enjoyed 2 games of eight ends in the cool of the morning. Colleen Gloster and Scott Braemer won their two games and were declared winners.

Sunraysia’s Ladies Singles Champion of Champions, Marie Cummings played at Murray Downs Sunday 21st February in the Murray Mallee Region Championships play off. Marie played a young lass from Tooleybuc. They had a close contest throughout the game with little difference in the scores. On the twenty sixth end Marie took the lead, 20/19, but her opponent took out the next four ends to run out the winner. As Marie said “It was a tough game”. Well done Marie. The Underbool Bowls Club are proud of your efforts.

The Club held a Twilight Bowls Trophy event on Wednesday 3rd February with Trophies and other items donated by Warwick Gloster. Eighteen players enjoyed an evening on the green.

winners : Ray, Les and Johnwinners : Ray, Les and JohnWinners on 56 ½ points were John Cummings (s) Les Stone and Ray Gloster. Runners/up were Howard Crothers (s) Raelene Winslow and Ron Elliott with 55 ½ points.

Alan Willsmore won roll to the ditch. Adam Kelly, Scott Braemer and Callum Winslow were presented with encouragement gifts in anticipation of their future involvement with the Club. There were lots of other treats and surprises.

runners'up : Howard, Raelene and Ronrunners'up : Howard, Raelene and RonMany thanks to Warwick Gloster for his generous sponsorship. The club has certainly benefitted from the evening.

Social bowls on Saturdays

6th February fourteen played - Alan Stone, Ray Gloster and Dorothy Brown won with 64 points.

30th January Ray Gloster and Raelene Winslow had the best score

23rd January Too hot for bowls

16th January  Steve Simmonds, Wendy stone and Ron Elliott won

9th January with Col Lockett and Jen Stone winners of the day  

December 2020 

Colleen, Jen, Stan - winnersColleen, Jen, Stan - winnersSocial Bowls at Underbool on Saturday 19th December was a special day when members played for Trophies donated by Ouyen IGA. This was followed by a Christmas meal in the evening.

Murray, Jennifer, RobertMurray, Jennifer, RobertLucky winners were Colleen Gloster (S) Jen Stone and Stan Stone on 79 ½ points.

Runners/up, Robert Gloster (s) Jennifer Wakefield and Murray Lockett on 79 points. Many thanks to Ouyen IGA for their generous sponsorship to Underbool Bowls club.

President Robert Gloster wished all a very happy and safe Christmas and New Year.

It was a pleasurable day on Friday 18th December when Nita Wandel and John Cummings were presented to President of the Bowls Sunraysia Division President Susan Nichols at Mildura Bowls Club to receive their Super Veteran badges.

These badges are given when members of a Bowls Club reach 80 years of age. Many such members from across the Sunraysia Division were presented by a representative of their respective Clubs. In the absence of Underbool President Robert Gloster, his wife Colleen Gloster presented Nita and John to Susan and read a resume of their achievements and service to the Underbool Bowls Club. A very nice afternoon tea was supplied and a catch up with other Super Vets made for a very pleasant afternoon. Thanks to those who came along to support Nita and John who wear their Super Veteran Badges with pride.

On Friday 18th December at the Mildura Bowls Club, Nita Wandel and John Cummings along with the other octogenarians of the Bowls Sunraysia Division will be presented with their 80 year Badges by the Division President. One or two representatives of our local Club will present Nita and John.

Congratulations MarieCongratulations MarieUnderbool Bowls Club Members have cause for much celebration at the moment. First hearty congratulations to Marie Cummings who has taken out the Sunraysia Division Ladies Singles Championship in a close game with Daphne Loveday of Workers Bowling Club. A contingent of Underbool bowlers travelled to Mildura Bowls Club on Sunday morning 13th December to support Marie. Marie has been Ladies Singles Champion at Underbool 11 times and is the first Underbool lady to go through to win Sunraysia Division Ladies Singles Champion.

Colin Aikman and Colin LockettColin Aikman and Colin LockettLater in the day back at the Underbool Bowls Club the Men’s Singles Championship was contested by the “two Cols”. Col Lockett and Colin Aikman. Top draw bowling by both players but it was Col Lockett who took out the match. Best wishes for good bowling to Col Lockett who now goes on to play in the Sunraysia Division Men’s Singles Championship on January 2nd at Workers Bowls Club.

Social bowls on Saturday 12thDecember, sixteen played. John Cummings and Ray Gloster won the day with a most variable score card of 56 points.

To wind up an enjoyable day we were entertained by a visiting wandering minstrel who played the bagpipes for us and then showed his magician hand with some legal tender.

Good to have John and Veronica Stone join us again on Sunday to watch the play and stay for a chat. President Robert and members wish John all the best with ongoing treatment.

Club members congratulate Marie Cummings on her win in the Sunraysia Ladies Bowls Singles Championship round on Sunday 6th December, which takes her to the final playoff next Sunday 13th at Mildura Bowls Club. An exciting time for Marie and our Club. Great bowling Marie!


November 2020

Marie and Jen after their gameMarie and Jen after their gameSunday 22nd November onlookers were treated to a tight game of bowls when Marie Cummings and Jen Stone played off for Ladies Singles Championship. Six all, seven all, ten all, sixteen all, and then Marie broke away to take the game 25 to 17. Beautiful bowling from both ladies.

Marie now plays on in Bowls Sunraysia Ladies Singles Championships. The club wishes you all the very best of bowling Marie.

Saturday 14th November, winners of the day were Robert Pole and Marie Cummings. Added to the fact of the win was the way Robert managed his new Bowling Arm, a force to be reckoned with.

On Sunday 8th November Alan and Jen Stone and Robert and Colleen Gloster attended a bowling day at Nangiloc.

With harvest well underway, there were still 14 players for an afternoon of bowls on Saturday 7th November. Noelene Crow and Robert Gloster were winners of the day.

Ray, Robert, Cameron and Frankie GlosterRay, Robert, Cameron and Frankie Gloster

 October 2020

Local bowlers, while unable to participate in Pennant and Star Day bowls because of Covid 19 restrictions, are still enjoying Social Bowls each Saturday on the home green.

 A good field of players again for Saturday 31st October when Steve Simmonds, Les Stone and Ray Gloster brought in the highest score.

 Saturday 24th October, Alan Stone, Marie Cummings and Ray Gloster were declared winners of the day. On this same day when twelve played, four generations of the Gloster family played together. Ninety three year old veteran bowler Ray Gloster and his son Robert Gloster, grandson Cameron Gloster and great grandson Frankie Gloster. Great effort.

 Saturday 17th October, Les Stone and Raelene Winslow took out the honours.

 Winners of play on Saturday 10th October were John Cummings and Raelene Winslow.

The Club welcomes new member Ron Elliott. Ron is enjoying his bowls and the fellowship of other bowlers.

 Ladies Singles Club Championship will be played off between Jenny Stone and Marie Cummings at a later date. Best of bowling to both ladies.

 The men have been getting on with their Championship games with some very good bowls played.