Home' Phillip Island and San Remo Advertiser : March 31, 2016 Edition Contents THE ADVERTISER, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 2016 - PAGE 21
Good turnout for Easter bowls
PHILLIP Island Bowl-
ing Club received much
interest as to whether or
not there would be any
bowling over the Easter
weekend and thanks to
the Men’s Match Com-
there was, to the delight
Visitors were from the
following clubs; Heath-
mont, Peter and Terri
Verberne, Rod and Jan
MacGregor and Keith
and Barb Smith; and
from Garfield, Jill Rouse.
It was lovely to see hap-
py visiting faces and de-
spite the dire predictions
of the weather forecast-
ers, not a drop of rain fell
and the sun shone.
Overall winners John
Newcombe and David
Keith and Barb Smith.
Best 1st game Les Mc-
Ghee and Phyl Major.
Best 2nd game Bob and
It was another good
turn up by members and
even some visitors, Gra-
ham and Shirley Crap-
per from Montmorency
Bowls Club joined in the
fun on the green for so-
cial bowls last week.
In perfect conditions
they all headed out to
become the victors for
the day, but alas only one
team has bragging rights.
Winners were Judy
Christie, Tony James
and Shirley Crapper with
RIGHT: John New-
combe and David Han-
lon were the winners of
the very popular 2x4x2
event played at the
Dunsmore Road greens
Social bowls winners at PIBC last week are pictured, from left, Tony James,
Shirley Crapper and Judy Christie.
Team Brew takes tennis final
THE Westernport Tennis Club grand fi-
nal and presentation night was held last
The weather was unfortunate with rain
stopping play for about 30 minutes. The
men decided to play on after the rain
However the women chose to resched-
ule to another date.
Team Brew defeated Clean Sweep 5 sets
to 3 on the night.
Aggregate awards were presented on the
night to the best player in each division.
Winners were: Number 1 player Ben
White; Number 2 Damien Osborne; Num-
ber 3 Craig Baumann and 4 Kevin Wool-
Winners of the Westernport Tennis Club summer competition was Team Brew.
Team members pictured from left are Ben White, Damien Osborne, Brandon
Field and Kevin Woolan.
Runners Up in the Westernport Tennis Club summer competition were Team
Clean Sweep. Team members are pictured from left Adam Arnold, Alan McMa-
hon, Matt Belfrage and Ashley Beaumont.
Westernport Tennis Club aggregate winners at the end of the summer compe-
tition are pictured. From left they are Number 1 player Ben White; Number 2
Damien Osborne; Number 3 Craig Baumann and 4 Kevin Woolan.
The highlight this week was Pink Day which is the
annual charity day to raise funds for breast cancer re-
It was another great effort with $920 raised for this
important research foundation.
Results: Wednesday, March 23: Pink Day, stableford.
Winner Charlene Duthie with 40 points, r/up Vicki
Roff-Smith with 40 points, 3rd Nola Crothers with 38
points. NTP: A Grade Lorraine Hammon, B Grade Sta-
cey Meder, C Grade Charlene Duthie.
Saturday, March 20 Stableford: Winner Rhonda Boyd
with 37 points, r/up Alice Schofield with 35 points.
Balls down the line: Vicki Roff-Smith and Di Rae.
PICTURED LEFT: Phillip Island Golf course was a
sea of pink for the annual charity day to raise funds
for breast cancer research, last Wednesday.
Midweek bowls was held at Tarwin
Lower with 30 players.
There were three, two-game winners.
The winning team was skipped by Val
Martin with Pat Stoneham, Claus Salger
and Tony Merlo.
The runners-up were skipped by John
Hill with Jill Demo, Pauline McWilliams
and Bet Cowan.
The best one-game winners were
skipped by Graham Rigby with Jan
Coates, Sohan Pal and George O’Brien.
An eight was scored on one end by
Rob Hill, Marg McConville and Sean Mc-
Williams and each will receive an eight
Thank you Tarwin Lower for your
warm hospitality with cuppas and the
A special thank you Wilma Coleman
for baking for the lucky table.
It was very much appreciated and en-
Next week is at Corinella and the AGM
meeting to elect office bearers will be
Come and enjoy the day.
Keep well and happy bowling.
Midweek bowls report
San Remo bowls 100 up winner Marilyn Forrest
(left) is pictured with Di Coleman, Ladies Chairper-
son and Carol Thorn, runner-up.
San Remo bowls
Marilyn Forrest and
Carol Thorn played off in
the Ladies 100 up final
during the week with Mar-
ilyn eventually winning a
seesaw contest 100 to 82.
Marilyn on her win and
to Carol on reaching the
Members and visitors
are reminded about up-
coming events including
the Random Pairs event
on April 6 and a Skins
event on April 13, both
with a 12.30pm roll up for
a 1pm start.
The club AGM will be
held at 7pm on Wednes-
day, April 13. Nomina-
tions are now open for
board vacancies and com-
March 17 saw the old fox, Harry Bowman, return after
an illness but he quickly overstayed his welcome by win-
ning the men’s competition.
Marg Olson won the ladies.
Then last week the winners were John Monk and Bev
The Bunyip River Meats awards for March went to John
Monk and Lyn Gay who beat Midge Monk on a count-back.
See you next Thursday, 7.30pm at the RSL.
MONDAY Bridge: North/South winners were Greg Nich-
olson and Jean Barbour, 2nd Anne and Bruce Gibson,
Yvonne Mears and Kaye Douglas.
East/West winners were Moya Crowley and Mike Dooley,
2nd Shirley and Bob Weaver with Karen Klym and Dianne
Wednesday winners were Shirley Stewart and Paul Way-
len, 2nd Greg Nicholson and Jean Barbour, 3rd Lorrie
Read and Barb Moloney. This week the club is running a
two week competition for Novice Pairs watch this space!
Phillip Island bridge
Pitch and Putt winner Julian Longshaw 25, r/up Doug
Collins and Daniel Walker 26. Hole in one 5th Marcus
Fennell. NTP: 9th Daniel Walker 103cm. (Hole in one
Best scratch - Rohan Walker 24.
Saltwater Creek course: Sunday comp stroke winner
Neil Bentley 56 nett, r/up Rod Widmer c/b 59 nett. NTP:
1st and 10th - Gary Inch.
First round of pennant: The Aussie boys lost to Phillip
Island 5 and 2. Well done to Mark Atley and the boys.
Congratulations to winners Patrick Ryan and Doug
Collins. Good golfing – Rohan.
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