Nyngan Ladies pennant teams 3 and 4 played West Dubbo at home on Saturday March 3. Nyngan Pennants team No.3 won with a score of 4/1 and Nyngan No.4s won all five games. Congratulations girls.
Sunday, March 4, all teams travelled to Dubbo City but it’s sad to say we all lost 5-nil in both 3s and 4s.
Men’s pennant team No.3 travelled to Dubbo on Saturday, March 3, and won only one rink with a loss of 9/1. Total score of 68/64.
Sunday, March 4, the men pennant teams No.7 played at Nyngan against Tottenham and won 9/1 with a total score 80/45. Congratulations.
Not sure about championships games played as there is nil written on bowls news sheet.
Tuesday Golden Oldies: Winners Mick McGlynn and Phil Gibson.
Bowls times Golden Oldies Tuesday 10.00am - Wednesday Twilight Triples 6.00pm.
Friday night barefoot bowls 6.00pm and Sunday 10.00am.
The ‘bell lap’ in twilight golf is upon us, going into the final lap we have joint leaders in 'Crauk N Plumbers' and 'Macquarie Electrics' on 27pts only one point away is 'Neil Earthmoving' on 26pts, anyone of these team will win the title with the 'Plumbers' versing 'Innovations' and the 'Electrics' playing the 'Earthmovers'.
The 16th was a vital hole where the 'Riversiders' got the upper hand, Tara McDermott stood out for her team with a five-pointer on the 14th and a four-pointer on the 17th.
Saturday at 2pm is closing day for Twilight play-offs will be decided on that day.
Sunday’s teams event was another countback when Rex Vane, George Bennett and Tristian Dalforno 42pts tied with Ozzie Smith, Andy Lane and Pat Walsh, despite two chip-ins by Ozzie and one by Andy they were defeated by Rex's team right on the post. Pin winners were Deb Matherson and Tim Tulenew.
In Saturday’s Stableford, Dean Woods with a couple of birdies to his credit had 42pts a couple better than Anthony Ah See who had to give a lot of start to Woodsie and they had a good battle all day, no pin winners so they jackpot for later on. Dolly Ryan finally broke her drought with a win and 20pts in the midweek game, Jenny Holmes as usual was a place getter.
The Jackputt survived Bec Smith's attempt last week, it's about the same as the badge draw $1400. This weekend is the last game for a few weeks and the last of the Sunday 9 hole games, the Winter season begins in April.
TOTTENHAM PICNIC RACES
Nyngan trainer Rodney Robb and stable jockey Madison Wright followed their recent run of success with a winning double at Tottenham in the shape of Bulbadah and Lulu’s Destiny, both owned by David and Heather Ringland from Dubbo.
A winner at a Parkes TAB meet when resuming from a spell, Lulu’s Destiny then won the Bedgerebong Picnic Cup and completed the treble when justifying the $1.60 favouritism and powering past the opposition at Tottenham to beat Drummed Out (Ricky Blewitt, $3.50) and Raheen Lady (Michael Wade, $11) in the EMS Group feature sprint over 1000 metres.