Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : November 18 2015 Contents THE ADVERTISER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2015 - PAGE 25
Division 1: Inverloch 16-85 d Lang
Lang 0-55; Leongatha 16-81 d Korum-
burra 0-56;Phillip Island White 1-58 lt
Phillip Island Blue 15-92; Loch and Dis-
trict 4-68 lt Wonthaggi 12-73.
Ladder: Leongatha 58 +48; Inverloch
47 +98; Phillip Island Blue 38 +26; Ko-
rumburra 30 +8; Lang Lang 30 -7; Won-
thaggi 27 -32; Phillip Island White 20 -8;
Loch and District 6 -133.
Division 2: Mirboo North 14-89 d
Toora 2-69; Fish Creek 13-70 d Meeni-
yan 3-56; San Remo 16-88 d Corinella
0-62; Tarwin Lower 14-87 d Inverloch
Ladder: San Remo 62 +75; Toora 38
+6; Fish Creek 37 +19; Tarwin Lower
32 -11; Mirboo North 30 +18; Meeniyan
23 -17; Inverloch 18 -43; Inverloch 16
Division 3: Wonthaggi Blue 14-81 d
Foster 2-56; Leongatha 16-74 d Korum-
burra 0-62; Phillip Island 2-51 lt San
Remo 14-84; Port Welshpool14-85 d
Ladder: Wonthaggi Blue 52 +121;
Phillip Island 48 +66; Foster 40 +2;
San Remo 30 -25; Port Welshpool 26 -4;
Leongatha 26 -64; Wonthaggi Gold 18
-64; Korumburra 16 -32.
Division 4: Wonthaggi 14-71 d Lang
Lang 2-57; Leongatha 16-80 d Korum-
burra 0-48; Inverloch Blue 14-75 d Phil-
lip Island 2-61; Korumburra 7-69 drew
Inverloch White 9-69.
Ladder: Inverloch White 53 +80; Won-
thaggi 52 +40; Inverloch Blue 42 -8; Le-
ongatha 34 +24; Tarwin Lower 30 +1;
Phillip Island 21 +20; Korumburra 21
-3 6; Lang Lang 3 -137.
Division 5: Meeniyan 16-108 d Phillip
Island 0-54; Foster 16-76 d Inverloch
0-55; Loch and District 0-46 lt Toora 16-
80; Corinella 2-60 lt San Remo 14-75;
Corinella 16-0 (bye).
Ladder: Corinella 58 +140; San Remo
58 +123; Meeniyan 48 +84; Toora 46
+4; Foster 32 -22; Loch and District 28
-7 1; Phillip Island 20 -85; Inverloch 18
-104; Fish Creek 12 -69.
Kiss of Death Tips: Lang Lang (home)
should win with a bit of a struggle
against Loch and District by six shots.
Wonthaggi (home) will give Inverloch a
run for their money but in the end will
go down by 15 shots.
Korumburra (home) will get back on
the winning side of the register with a
strong win over Phillip Island White, Ko-
rumburra by 25 shots.
In the match of the round Phillip Is-
land Blue (home) will get home by the
‘skin of their teeth’ by two shots over top
of the table Leongatha.
South Gippsland Pennant Bowls
No Tuesday Pennant last week due to
the ban imposed by Bowls Victoria.
This week Division 1 travels to Phillip
Island whilst Division 2 will be at home
Both teams should record wins.
Saturday Pennant resumed last week-
end with all three sides recording wins.
Division 2 had a good win against
neighbours, Corinella at home winning
88 to 62 and therefore cementing its
place top of the ladder.
Division 3 also recorded a good win
away against ladder leaders Phillip Is-
land getting up 82 to 61.
The win knocked the Islanders off
top spot and lifted the Stingers into the
Division 5 also recorded a good result
away from home beating Fish Creek 75
Next week Division 2 travel to Meeni-
yan, Division 3 are at home to Leongatha
whilst Division 5 travel to Phillip Island.
San Remo’s correspondent was told by
Dennis Talbot that he had won but no
other details have come to hand.
Members and visitors should remem-
ber that each Wednesday over summer
roll up is on.
Be at the club by 12.30pm for a 1pm
start. All welcome.
About 40 members and friends turned
up last Friday for dinner, drinks and a
Thanks to those who supported the
night and to the workers.
Next dinner is scheduled for Friday,
November 27 - get your names in.
Members are reminded of the Christ-
mas function on Thursday, December 17
and bookings are now open.
Tickets are $30 per head. For more in-
formation, contact Joan Grindlay. Plac-
es are limited! Price includes meal and a
San Remo bowls news
Mid-week Bowls was held at Koo Wee
Rup with 22 players.
There was only one, two-game winner
that being the winning team skipped by
Margaret Royle with Bernie Heyen and
The runners-up, skipped by Charlie
Wright were Hans Fischof Berger, Lynd-
say Russell and Ivan Royle.
The best one-game winner was
skipped by Geoff Ryan with Margaret
Scullin, Pauline McWilliams and Sean
Our best wishes and sympathy go to
the family of a long time member of our
club, Alan Melville, who passed away.
We will miss his cheeky smile and
Thanks go to Healther Brown for the
delicious salad rolls and the Club for
their warm hospitality.
Our next game is at San Remo so come
and enjoy the fun and fellowship, all are
IN Phillip Island Bowling Club
news, Social Bowls on Wednesday,
November 11 was played in cool
and cloudy conditions when the
hardy souls hit the greens.
Though the numbers were small
there was still a lot of laughter
and banter on the green. Unfortu-
nately, there were no visitors this
Winners were Les McGhee, Marj
Beaton and Joan Farmer. Runners
up Sam Cachia, Gwenda Arnold
and Bill Hathway.
Monthly Triples: On Wednesday
the 12th of November, 24 teams
participated in the monthly triples
commencing in cool conditions
and warming to a sunny after-
noon. Visitors this month were
from – Inverloch, Leongatha, San
Remo and Wonthaggi.
Game 1 winners Bill Francis,
Paul Brown and Howard Spen-
cer with plus 19. Game 2 win-
ners Peter Shaw, Ian Todd and
John Richards (Leongatha) with
plus 11. Game 3 winners Frank
Seaton, Jack McFayden and Wal
Leijen (Wonthaggi) with plus 10.
Game 4 winners Daryl Major,
Kevin Wagner and Graeme Cornell
with plus 5. Overall winners Daryl
Major, Kevin Wagner and Graeme
Cornell with plus 40.
Ladies Invitation Day: Our an-
nual Ladies Invitation Day was on
Friday 13th November and teams
from the following clubs attended:
Corinella, Drouin, Fish Creek,
Foster, Inverloch, Korumburra,
Lang Lang, Leongatha, Loch and
District, Meeniyan, San Remo,
Tarwin Lower, Toora, Wonthaggi,
Phillip Island and a composite
team from our Bowls Victoria Re-
Although it was wet in others ar-
eas there was no need to cancel,
the sun came out late morning but
it remained cool and windy most
of the day.
A lovely lunch was prepared by
our Catering Committee and they
received many compliments from
We were also fortunate to have
a wonderful splash of colourful
flowers donated by our members
and beautifully arranged.
With ditch to ditch decided and
raffles & door prizes settled, it
was on to the main interest and
that is who won the day after 2
games of 14 ends.
Winners - Janice Blackwell,
June Farquhar, Wilma Brunsden
and Sandra Read from San Remo
with 39 points.
Division 1 Blue played against
White and had a win 92 shots to
David Hanlon with Paul Brown,
John Batty and Howard Spencer
won 33 to 18, Daryl Major with
Bill Francis, Kevin Brown and
Graeme Cornell drew 26 each and
John Newcombe with Russell May,
Russell Taylor and Kevin Wagner
won 33 to 14.
Division 1 White hosted our
Blue side and lost 58 to 92.
Denis Oakley with Graeme Key,
Jim Stuart and Les Sheppard lost
18 to 33, Steve Farrelly with Ken
Gill, Fred Vezis and Barrie Gold-
sabury drew 26 each and Jan Van
Zanen with Jack Bell, Bill Giles
and Bob Hurst lost 14 to 33.
Division 3 hosted San Remo and
lost 61 to 82.
Phil Martin with George Mol,
Snow Lacco and Bruce Puncher
lost 15 to 34, Richard Poole with
Dave Hoffman, Ian Diss and Reg
Excell lost 22 to 29 while Norm
Waters with Paddy Francis, Bob
Carter and Brian Arnold won 24
Division 4 travelled to Inverloch
and lost 61 to 75.
Ken Gray with Greg Dixon, Phyl
Major and Bill McParland lost
17 to 25, Les McGhee with Max
Opitz, Ted Breasley and Hank
Schepemaker lost 20 to 34 and
Peter Skinner with Ken Linton,
Colin Binch and Sam Cachia won
24 to 16.
Division 5 went to Meeniyan and
lost 54 to 108.
Polly Major with John Hirst,
Serge Castel and Lorraine Waters
lost 19 to 35, Barrie Foreman with
Paul Sammut, Brian Legg and
Leigh Sutcliffe lost 20 to 33 and
Ron Rogers with Stuart Farmer,
Jack Cairnduff and Alan Ward lost
15 to 40.
Social bowls winners from left, Joan Farmer, Les McGhee and Marj Beaton.
Invitation day a
feature of Island bowls
Invitation Day winners from left, Wilma Brundsen, Janice Blackwell, Sandra Read, June Farquhar and
Robyn Eames (Ladies President).
Monthly triples winners from left, Kevin Wagner, Graeme Cornell and Daryl Major.
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To ensure Santa reads and responds to
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Be sure to clearly write your full name
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Australia Post is also reminding custom-
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Hey kids! It’s time to write to Santa
Sienna, Connor and Thomas McMillan have posted their letters off to Santa in
plenty of time for Christmas. It will be triple the fun in the McMillan household
this year, when Santa arrives.
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