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Winners of the Fours Medley day, from left: Geoff and Di Coleman and Ray and Jill Naylor are pictured
with event sponsors David and Karen Egan from Sargeants Conveyancing at San Remo Bowls Club on Sun-
San Remo Bowls news
Corporate Bowls takes off
WELL our Barefoot Bowls nights
may have fizzled out after an ex-
plosive opening when almost 150
attended, but our Corporate Bowls
nights are now in full swing with all
rinks booked for the season.
Bowlers from all over town will be
enjoying bowls and hospitality over
the next two months.
Winners of the first round were
the “Trickie Dickies” made up of
Ray and Judy Dickie teamed with
Dennis Talbot and Pam Aitken.
Runners-up, representing the San
Remo Hotel, were Eddie Legg, Mick
Walton, Ben Fisher and Ross Mor-
Handicapper Geoff Coleman will
be having a good look at the form
before the next round.
Sunday Mixed Medley Fours: A
beautiful San Remo summer’s day
and full rinks again for our annual
Mixed Fours Medley day, sponsored
by Sargeants Conveyancing. Win-
ners were Geoff and Dianne Cole-
man with Ray and Jill Naylor, from
San Remo. Runners-up were Rex
Thorn, Ron Snooks and Liz Beale
from Wonthaggi with our own Carol
Friday night: Friday night and 60
plus sat down to dinner supplied
superbly as usual from Kristos in
Cowes. Feeding time was followed
by an evening of twilight bowls run
by Ronnie G and mates.
Tuesday pennant: Pennant re-
sumed last week with both of our
Tuesday sides recording wins. Divi-
sion 1 defeated Inverloch at home
winning 80 to 69 whilst Division 2
travelled to Inverloch and also re-
corded a win 72 to 62.
Mixed results on Saturday with
Division 2 and 5 going down and
Division 3 recording a win.
Division 2 travelled to Corinella to
meet an in form Corinella combina-
tion and went down 85 to 67.
Two losses in-a-row so obviously
the healthy diet regime is a dead loss,
definitely cobalt or Viagra next week.
Division 3 recorded a much-need-
ed win in a tough match against top
four side Phillip Island.
Division 5 also had a tough match
against visitors Foster succumbing
63 to 73.
Results still see our Tuesday sides
topping their respective divisions
whilst despite their losses on Satur-
day Division 2 and 5 still lead their
comps. Well done everyone.
SGBD: On the South Gippsland
Bowls Championship front our own
Jaye Allen Dayle recently won the
SGBD Mixed Pairs teaming with
Mick Coram from Inverloch.
Judy Dickie, Dennis Talbot and Ray Dickie were the winners of the
first round of Corporate Bowls played at San Remo Bowls Club last
Phillip Island bowls results
Monthly triples: After the 42 de-
grees on Wednesday, a very pleas-
ant 21c was enjoyed by the 78
bowlers in attendance at Monthly
Triples at Phillip Island Bowls Club
There were players from Cori-
nella, Inverloch, Leongatha, Mul-
grave, Ringwood, San Remo and
Game 1 winners: Fred Kellow
(Wonthaggi) and team with plus
18. Game 2 winners: Daryl Major,
Kevin Wagner and Graeme Cornell
with plus 13. Game 3 winners:
Alan Easterbrook, Giulio Mar-
colongo and Ollie Crouch (Leon-
gatha, Wonthaggi, Leongatha) with
plus 13. Game 4 winners: Daryl
Major, Kevin Wagner and Graeme
Cornell with plus 11.
Overall winners: Alan Easter-
brook, Giulio Marcolongo and Ol-
lie Crouch (Leongatha, Wonthaggi,
Leongatha) with plus 35.
Division 1 hosted Wonthaggi los-
ing 60 to 71.
Dorothy Wagner with Gloria
Caile, Phyl Major and Lois May lost
11 to 30.
Wendy Braun with Jan Dyer, Val
Wallis and Yvonne Clode lost 20
to 23 and Polly Major with Robyn
Eames, Jan Stubbs and Judy
Christie won 29 to 18.
Division 2 travelled to Wonthaggi
losing 65 to 77.
Jan Chipperfield with Lorraine
Waters, Gwenda Arnold and Marj
Beaton won 25 to 17.
Carol Hoffman, Jan Dixon, Ian
Diss and Bev Emmett lost 19 to
29 and Jill Boyce with Dee Reyn-
olds, Margaret Rogers and Dorothy
Young lost 21 to 31.
Division 3 hosted Corinella win-
ning 49 to 45.
Marlene Puncher with Marion
Hill, Faye Jamieson and Inara Vezis
won 26 to 23 and Diane Bateman
with Cindy Honkey, Inge Royce and
Shirley Weaver won 23 to 22.
Social bowls: Due to the expected
40 degree day, social bowls was
Barefoot bowls: Come and join
the fun of barefoot bowls every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
from 6.30 till 8.30pm until Janu-
Adults $10, kids 8-16 years $5,
under 8s are free.
All welcome - locals, visitors and
Absolutely no experience is nec-
essary with basic coaching provid-
ed and equipment supplied free.
Our licenced bar will be open
Catering is not available, however
visitors may utilise the club’s bar-
becue facilities free of charge - BYO
Contact John Batty 0412 517
283 or the club on 5952 2337.
Monthly triples winners, from left: Ollie Crouch, Giulio Marcolongo
and Alan Easterbrook are pictured at the Dunsmore Road greens on
Phillip Island golf
Men’s results: Tues-
day, January 12 Sta-
bleford. Division One
winner was Stephen
Pewtress H/C 13 with 41
Division Two winner
Ian Huther H/C (28) 40
Four other players
came in with 40 points:
M Fitzmaurice, Ron
Wood, Henry Ritterman
and D Watt.
Matt Thompson had
an eagle of the 18th hole.
NTP: 5th B Miller, 7th
N Firth, 10th P Wagner,
17th J Fowler.
9 holes: Stableford.
scores on Tuesday with
Bob Leak the winner
with 23 points H/C (29)
from Ian Rose not far
behind with 22 points
H/C (33), Jeff Tanner
and Clive Hill both came
in with 20 points. NTP
was John Swarbrick.
Thursday, January 14
Stableford: 1st Trevor
MacFarlane H/C (21) 41
points, 2nd Ron Young
H/C (23) 39 points.
Other good scores
with 38 points were:
Alan Sherlock, John
Monk, Stuart Hamilton
and Greg Dean.
NTP: 5th A Webster,
7th T Read, 10th John
Maglica, 17th Karen
Men’s and ladies 9
Twenty players com-
peted on Thursday in
The winner was Len
Chatfield H/C (32) with
22 points from Bill Bot-
ten H/C (17) r/up with
Bill also had the best
gross of the day with a
fantastic score of 41.
Bob Leak, Basil
Swarbrick all had 19
NTP was Bill Botten.
Saturday, January 16:
Stroke Monthly Medal:
A Grade winner Mark
Dykes H/C (9) nett 67, r/
up Craig Southern H/C
(10) nett 69.
B Grade winner Brian
Rennie H/C (14) nett 71
c/b, r/up Ray Pobjoy H/C
(13) nett 71 c/b.
C Grade winner Paul
Dickson H/C (21) nett
64, r/up John Mahony
H/C (23) nett 68.
NTP: 5th J Brown, 7th
John McKechnie, 10th
Ray Smith, 17th John
Winner of the January
Monthly Medal, spon-
sored by PIGC board
members, was Paul
Dickson with a wonder-
ful score of nett 64.
Next week’s event is
9 holes: Stableford:
Fantastic golfing condi-
tions again on Saturday
and the winner was An-
thony Pullan H/C (36)
with 23 points from Ba-
sil Moloney H/C (18) 22
points and Clive Hill,
Bob Leak and Peter
Hiam, all with 18 points.
13: Cancelled due to
Next week’s event is
Saturday, January 16:
Winner - Lesley Mead-
owcroft H/C (10) nett 70,
r/up - Chris White H/C
(20) nett 72.
NTP: 7th - Marg Frith,
10th - Lesley Meadow-
Local golfer Geoff May had a hole in one last
week, unfortunately not in competition but well
done anyway Geoff.
Rod and Sue Savage, Ray and Annabel Pobjoy
were among the 77 members and guests who en-
joyed the special Nine and barbecue at Phillip Is-
land Golf Club last Friday evening. Come along
and enjoy the next one on January 29.
Aussie Golf Ranch
AUSSIE Golf Ranch re-
sults: Sunday competition
Par winner Kevin Matthews
Next Sunday’s event is
stableford, 8am start.
All Golflink members
Pitch & putt winner Dave
Kenter 24 nett. NTP: 9th
Hole in one jackpot, 9th
hole is $815.
Free live music in the
beer garden on Saturday,
5pm-7pm, featuring acous-
tic duo “The Sea Ponies”.
Good golfing – Rohan.
Enjoying a day out at the Woolamai Picnic Races on Saturday are Steve Dug-
gan (centre) and Brendan and Melissa Cashman, from Cowes.
Next up Woolamai Cup - Feb 6
THERE was a huge crowd of people in
at the Woolamai Racecourse last Satur-
day, numbering more than 2500 people
with conditions ideal for holiday makers
and locals alike. And the action just hots
up at the popular picnic racing track
with the Woolamai Cup coming up on
Saturday, February 6. The opportunity
to get a bus from local coastal towns and
Wonthaggi is a good arrangement.
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