Bowling benefits, using lunging and stretching can improve flexibility over time.
The Queen’s Birthday Open Triples was held over the weekend. The weekend was not the best, with cold and windy weather and about 2mm of rain on Saturday.
Sunday was very cold also with brief bursts of sunshine which was a welcome sight. We had a many teams from around the state but main supporter were from Orange who come here each year.
The games were very keenly contested by each team and some breathtaking finishes trying to take out the prize money. The winners were the Walsh family consisting of Tim, Mick and Marion (who is the mother of Mick and grandmother of Tim).
Second place Baden Powell, Andrew Reynolds and Adam Cochrane. Third place Jake Waterhouse, Andrew Barber and Eric Nipperess. Fourth place Mark Fitzalan, Wayne and Melissa Arandale. Calcutta winners first Alex Miles, second Helen Beetson and third Dan Smith (Dubbo Railway)
Family fun pictured: Jake Homer, Kane Nankervis and Helen Beetson the Marion, Mick and Tim Walsh. Helen is the mother of Jake and grandmother of Kane (Jake is the father of Kane) Marion is mother of Mick and grandmother of Tim (Mick is the father of Tim).
Six Round winners B. Sullivan (Railway), Rod Ryan (Nyngan), C. McLeod (Railway), J.Tulloh (Cobar), I. Carr (Orange) and L. Stinson (Orange).
The draw for the ladies 300 club was held at the Nyngan Bowling Club on Sunday night.
The lucky winner of first prize $2,000 was Brittany Martin, second prize $500 Judy Stimpson and five draws of $100 won by Christy Barnett, Judy Richards, Pat Pearce, Anne Hall and Lyn Hawley.
Women’s AGM which will be held July 11 at 5pm. Nominations close June 27.
Golden Oldies winners, Lyn Hawley and Dick Sloper. Wednesday morning bowls winners Jenny Parry and Paul Walsh.
The badge draw on Wednesday nights 6pm-7pm and Sundays from 12noon-2pm. Bowls times Golden Oldies Tuesday 10am. Wednesda 11am names in by 10.30am. Sunday 10.30am names in by 10am.