A Joint press release from Womens Bowl NSW and Bowls NSWh March 17 re Coronavirus (Covid 19).
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All bowls and event be suspended for an indefinite period effective immediately from this date.
Due to this notice it is suggested all enquiries re activities please contact Nyngan Bowling Club as there may be changes.
Combined High School Nyngan and Narromine played each other at Nyngan Monday 16th March in a game of triples. Nyngan were the winners. Congratulations.
Golden Oldies: Warwick Herbert, Brian Quinton and Helen Beetson. Please note pennant practise is Tuesday and Friday night at 6pm.
Events coming up
The next Joker draw was not won so jackpots on Saturday, March 28 to $3,600.00. Tickets will be sold from 6pm onwards.
Badge draw is Wednesday evening and will jackpot by $100 each week until won. Sunday Badge held lunch time and will jackpot by $100 per week until it reaches $2,000.00 where it will be drawn until a winner is found.
Texas Holden Poker each Sunday afternoon at 2pm. Names in by 1.30pm.
Bowls times Golden Oldies Tuesday names 10am start 10.30am - Sunday names in 10am start 10.30am.
After our fair share of ups and downs during the off season the mighty tigers have kicked there 20/20 campaign into gear with a trial against our old rivals the Cobar Roosters .
A healthy crowd travelled to Tom Knight oval to watch the u18s, league Teague and and a senior squad go a round.
The juniors set the scene for the day with the two sides neck and neck all game with our tigers just holding on to get the cash 30 to 24.
There is some handy players in this team they just need a few more numbers to help them out.
Cale Dunn, Xander Wood and Billy Quarmby were very good from the get go leading the way for the host of young blokes the Tigers had on display.
Will Richards and Digger Barrow gave good accounts of themselves as did all of the young blokes who stepped up from the sixteens.
There is definitely some bright signs for coach Troy Richards to work with. The girls started the season in fine fashion proving to strong for the Roosters girls.
The young girls coming through the junior league system look the goods, Egg is coaching the girls this season and with he's off Aimee Rixon I'm sure they will mould the girls into a force to be reckoned with.
The seniors game was neck and neck all game with the tigers holding on to come away with a 34 to 32 victory.
The Jeffery boys Jak and Dean stood out as did our new recruit big Mike Stark, the big English man was very impressive in he's ist hit out for the tigers.
It was a good opportunity to give our young blokes a taste of seniors grade, Terry Ryan and Cale Dunn were impressive as was Col Rob Piper who was in every thing.
Captain Coach Jeremy (squeak) Smith was also a stand out. The tigers will be having a couple more trials before the season proper kicks off , details of the trials will be advertised.
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