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Wasleys capable of
an upset this week
Jodi takes out Mid North Women’s Singles Championship
PRELIMINARY finals are scheduled at
Balaklava this week, with all finals starting
at the earlier time of 1pm.
The listing of preliminary finals is:
DIVISION ONE – Port Wakefield vs
DIVISION TWO – Port Wakefield Blue
vs Mallala Black.
DIVISION THREE – Port Wakefield
Gold vs Riverton White.
Please note that the grand finals for each
division will take place on Saturday April
6 – the week after Easter – at a venue to
Port Wakefield and Wasleys have had
three interesting matches during the season,
with Port Wakefield winning two of the
The first match went Port Wakefield’s
way 78(10) – 58(2), the second was won by
Wasleys 70(10) – 62(2), but the third was
a match that Wasleys would rather forget,
losing to Port Wakefield 100(10) – 55(2).
Since the mid-season break, Port
Wakefield had the better record with 5-3
whereas Wasleys were 3-6.
On any given Saturday, Wasleys has the
ability to compete with the best sides and
is capable of causing an upset.
However, given recent form, Port
Wakefield will be the favoured side to enter
the 2012-2013 grand final.
Port Wakefield Blue suffered a shock
loss last weekend and must now play
Mallala Black in the Division Two pre-
Apart from Balaklava Blue last week,
Mallala Black is the only other side that
has defeated Port Wakefield Blue during
It won their first meeting 70(10) – 63
(2) with Port Wakefield Blue returning the
favour 86(10) – (60) later in the season.
Despite Port Wakefield Blue’s loss in
the second semi final, the side is expected
to return to the winning circle having had
the better season form of the two.
Port Wakefield Gold faces Riverton
White in the Division Three preliminary
final to determine which side proceeds into
the grand final against Owen.
While Port Wakefield Gold has won
both of its matches against Riverton White,
its most recent clash was by only one shot
with one rink up.
Since the mid-season break, Port
Wakefield Gold has a 4-4 record whereas
Riverton White’s record is 6-3.
This recent form suggests that this final
may be the closest one of the day with per-
haps Riverton White having the slightest
AS the 2012-13 bowls season nears
its end, the Region 8 Lower North Men’s
Championship finals will take place at the
Clare Bowling Club next Sunday, March
24, commencing at 9.30am.
Championship finals will occur in
singles, pairs and fours.
The Singles Championship final will
feature Peter Meyer (Broughton Men’s),
Stewart Catt (Mid-North Men’s) and Will
McPharlin (Wooroora Men’s). The draw
Round 1 – Will McPharlin vs Peter
Meyer; Stewart Catt bye.
Round 2 – Will McPharlin vs Stewart
Catt; Peter Meyer bye.
Round 3 – Stewart Catt vs Peter
Meyer; Will McPharlin bye.
The overall winner on the day will be
declared Region 8 Lower North Men’s
In the Pairs Championship, the semi
final draw is:
Riverton vs Brinkworth; Port
Wakefield vs Blyth.
The respective winners will play off in
the Pairs Championship final.
Meanwhile, a similar arrangement will
take place in the Fours Championship; the
semi final draw being:
Auburn vs Blyth; Burra vs Clare.
The respective winners will proceed to
the Fours Championship final.
JODI Kotz of Roberstown became
Singles Champion at the recent Mid
North Women’s Bowling Section
Lyn Wildash of Auburn was
Booborowie took out the Pairs, the
team comprising Lenice Pearce, (sk)
and Gwenda Sims. Runners-up were
Tarlee: Joan Rohde and (sk) Yvonne
Triples Champions were Auburn;
Muriel Mount, (sk) Helen Whiteman
and Lyn Ruff. Robertstown were
runners-up; L. Mosey (sk), E. Ross.
Robertstown took out the Fours
Championship; J.Kotz, (sk) D.Kotz,
C.Ruediger and K.Voigt. Runners-up
were Booborowie’s R.Landorf, (sk)
M.Baldock, J.Taylor and G.Sims.
Results from Pennant finals:
AUBURN RED 44 (Muriel Mount
18, Maureen Parkinson 26) d ROB-
ERTSTOWN GOLD 36 (Lyn Mosey
23, Coral Ruediger 13.
Second semi final
AUBURN BLACK 48 (Lyn
Wildash 26, Dianne Brooks 22) d
RIVERTON BLACK 27 (Marg Keast
15, Cath O’Toole 12).
AUBURN BLACK 41 (Lyn
Wildash 27, Dianne Brooks 14 d
ROBERTSTOWN GOLD 34 (Coral
Ruediger 11, Lyn Mosely 23).
Grand final to be played March 28.
Congratulations to Auburn Red for
achieving the win in a tightly fought
and competitive contest, and to theAu-
burn Bowling Club for achieving the
winner and runner-up Pennant teams.
AUBURN RED 42 (Maureen
Parkinson 17, Muriel Mount 25 d
AUBURN BLACK 38 (Lyn Wildash
20, Dianne Brooks 18).
MID NORTH MEN
Results from preliminary final played March 16.
Preliminary final at SADDLEWORTH
Blyth 76 (10) (P Farley 35, I Wandel 24, R
Kennett 17) d Clare Red 55 (2) (M Bourke 14, R
Jarman 23, I Trengrove 18).
Grand final – March 23 at Mintaro: Auburn vs
Blyth. Starting time: 1.30pm.
DIVISION TWO RED
Preliminary final at Mintaro
Auburn 69 (12) (E Whiteman 25, T Romano
23, J Watts 21) d Clare Green 48 (0) (I Howlett
15, B Salter 16, J Salter 17).
Grand final – March 23 at Mintaro: Watervale
vs Auburn. Starting time 1.30pm.
DIVISON TWO WHITE
Grand final at Mintaro
Robertstown 69 (I Griffiths 25, D Niemz 23,
P Freeman 21) d Clare White 48 (R Goss 16, D
McKendrick 17, E Thomas 15).
NORTH EASTERN MID WEEK
Results from Wednesday March 13.
CLARE WHITE 31 (5) (B.Sims 19,
R.Topperwien) drew with BALAKLAVA 31 (5)
(R.McDonald 12, 12 P.McPharlin 19).
BURRA 48 (10) (C.Boston 23, R.Taylor
25) def BRINKWORTH 29 (0) (G.Nitschke 14,
CLARE BLUE 52 (10) (P.Errey 23, M.Pawelski
29) def SPALDING 26 (0) (G.Blaser 19, S.Cheffirs
SNOWTOWN 43 (10) (R.Brand 13, K.Kreig
30) def CLARE GREEN 37 (0) (R.Wurst 23,
BLYTH 38 (8) (J.Bradbury 13, R.Deluca 25) def
CLARE RED 35 (2) (R.Howes 24, B.Reichstein 11).
Pts For Agst %
150 753 614 55.08
119 751 642 53.91
Snowtown 116 737 687 51.76
Clare Red 111 725 709 50.56
Clare White 104 673 696 49.16
Clare Blue 95 716 700 50.56
Spalding 93 694 707 49.54
Clare Green 91 711 719 49.72
Balaklava 81 641 727 46.86
Brinkworth 38 521 721 41.95
Balaklava Bowling Club hosted the final pen-
nant day for the 2012/13 season.
An excellent afternoon tea was enjoyed by
some 80 participating bowlers.
Congratulations to Burra Club on winning the
pennant yet again.
Congratulations to all bowlers from all clubs, for
the sportsman-like manner in which they competed
throughout the mid week season. Thank you to
team managers for their promptness in submitting
results for publication each week.
– Roly Howes, association secretary
Results from March 14 - semi final.
Owen 74 def Balaklava 43.
Mallala white 63 def Mallala Black 59.
The preliminary final will be played Monday
March 25 at Owen – Mallala White v Balaklava
THE Wooroora Women’s
Bowling Section Singles and
Fours were played on February
24 and 26, at Hamley Bridge.
Mallala’s Bev Roney took
out the Wooroora Women’s
Bowling Sections Singles,
played on February 24 and 26
at Hamley Bridge.
This is the third time Bev
has won the event, scoring the
Linda George Trophy.
Runner-up was Sheryll
Kempster of Port Wakefield.
Sheryll, who is section presi-
• Sheryll and Bev are pic-
tured together (left) with the
PRELIMINARY FINALS PREVIEW
Region 8 Lower
ABOVE: A team from Auburn took out the Mid North
Women’s Bowling Section Triples Championship, from
left: Muriel Mount, Helen Whiteman and Lyn Ruff.
INSET: Singles Champion, Jodi Kotz, of Robertstown.
WASLEYS Division bowler, Sue Eglington,
watches her bowl travel down the green during
the first semi final against Owen on Saturday.
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