Once again a very busy weekend for all pennant players both men and women at Nyngan, Cobar and Dubbo.
Championship Singles round Les Bexon defeated Tim Ryan and what a great game to see.
Golden oldies winners:
Kevin Reynolds, Colin Gillespie and Jenny Parry.
Saturday March 11:
Both games were home games with Nyngan Red defeating Railway 5/0. Dubbo City defeated Nyngan Blue in one game and Macquarie won one game giving Dubbo City the win 4/1.
Sunday March 12:
Was a home game for Nyngan Blue who played Macquarie. Macquarie defeated Nyngan Blue 5/0.
The Red team travelled to Dubbo City Bowling Club and Nyngan Red won both games giving them a score of 5/0.
Both games are at home at Nyngan. Red will play Coonamble and Blue will play Railway.
Blue will play Coonamble at home and Red will travel to Dubbo to play Macquarie.
There is a nomination sheet on the board for twilight triples bowls on Friday night.
Nominations will close at the end of March, so If you are interested get your name on the sheet.
Well the ride still continues for the men’s bowls in this year’s Pennants, with the Grade 4 players traveling to Dubbo on the weekend for a double-header on Saturday, and what a great result it was.
Firstly they played Dubbo Railway, and Dubbo Railway had no answer for the strong Nyngan side, Nyngan winning with a margin of more than 20 points.
Having only an hours rest the Nyngan bowlers then crossed the railway line to play Dubbo City.
The Dubbo City players were nice and fresh and despite all the cheering from the Dubbo supporters the tough Nyngan side held strong together, and came away with a six-point win.
The results putting Nyngan on top of the point score with a massive lead but there is three more games to play, and two of them are at home.
The Nyngan grade 7’s team travelled to Cobar on Sunday and like their teammates that travelled to Dubbo, they gave the Cobar boys something to think about when they come to Nyngan to play in the return match winning 65 to 44.
These bowlers are doing their club and town proud, keep up the good work.
With only two weeks left until the pool closes for the winter and one swim remaining in the championships, the competition is getting fierce in the water with some very fast times being swum, resulting in times being broken.
In other news:
Dick ‘Wireless’ Whiteford is off to swim in the 2017 AIF Carnival being held in Grafton next Sunday – all the best Dick.
Results from Sunday March 12:
30 metre final
- 1st Wal ‘Where’s Wally’ Simpson
- 2nd Heath ‘Drover’s Pup’ Smith
- 3rd Reece ‘NT’ Tyack
50 metre final
- 1st Nigel ‘Swivelneck’ Tyack
- 2nd Dick ‘Wireless’ Whiteford
- 3rd Brian ‘Skeeter’ Field
- 1st Curly ‘Col’ Cluderay
- 2nd Lyn ‘Mouse’ Faukes
- 3rd Vicki ‘Chicken Queen’ Cluderay
- 1st Reece ‘NT’ Tyack & Nigel ‘Swivelneck’ Tyack 1.81 out
- 2nd Vicki ‘Chicken Queen’ Cluderay& Curly ‘Col’ Cluderay 1.92 out
- 3rd Cathy ‘Kat’ Healey & Peter ‘Penguin’ Healey 2.03 out
BECOME A MEMBER:
New members over the age of 18 are always welcome – we meet at the pool at 8.40am on Sunday mornings followed by a delicious breakfast at the RSL Club afterwards.
We then try our luck in the meat and chicken draws on offer.
At Nyngan Golf Club ‘Country Nutz’ with 46 points were the week's winners of round 19.
The Country Nutz team consists of Rex Vane, Lyn Haley, John Wynne and George Bennett.
This week is the penultimate round with a very congested leader board.
The ‘Aussie Hotel’ team is on 23 points and have a very narrow lead over ‘Neill Earthmoving’, ‘Macqaurie Electrics’ and ‘Kev Martin Plumbing’ teams which are all sitting on 22 points.
‘The Plumbers’ were the only team in the top four to win last week.
‘Chook’ Hawley had a narrow win in Saturday's stroke with 68 nett, a better than average chipper and putter, he took four shots to get it in the hole from just off the green on the 11th.
Les Dorrington with 69 nett had three birdie attempts in a row on the back nine and could not nail any.
Greg Matheson and Pat Walsh on 71 nett were next best.
Dean Woods and Ash Scott had 29.37 nett in Sunday's game birdies on the 13th and 18th were the highlights of their game.
Both are very long hitters which gives them plenty of birdie chances.
Tim Tulenew and Pat Walsh on 29.87 nett, needed to sink a 15 footer on the 18th to get past winners but failed.
Tara McDermott and Brendan Smith on 31nett, were a big chance until the last.
Weekend pin winners were Pat and Matt Sheather on Saturday and Grant Webster and Boots Holmes on Sunday.
Next weekend is the NSW Sand Greens mens four ball at Walgett.
We have a dozen going, good luck to everyone.
At home we have a par on Saturday and just a few more Sunday Morning games.
Badge Draw is for $500, the Jackpott putt was not won and approximately $600 after my (Pat Walsh's) ordinary attempt last week.
For information on upcoming events at Nyngan Golf Club you can visit the club on Tottenham Road or phone 02 6832 1127