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Maclean & District Bowling Club

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Congratulations to Des Johnson who has reached the final of the District Champion of Club Champion Singles to be contested at Brooms Head this Saturday 29th at 12:45pm. Should be a cracking match against Brad Johnson from Yamba.

Still a few spots left for our Ray Miller Memorial Men’s Triples tournament on Saturday 20th July. Ring me for nominations 0429 506 606 or email

Nominations for our Major/Minor Pairs comp close this Friday 28th June with Round 1 matches to be completed on Saturday 6th July.

Social results

Wednesday winners – Trev Terry & Ross Murphy; Lucky Losers – Barry Stocko & John Connell.

Travelling Bowlers raffle 1st Ross Murphy; 2nd Alastair Preston.

Friday Social saw 46 bowlers take to the greens this week with visitors from Geelong and surrounding areas. Winners – J. Coulter, J. Pearson & Greg Johnson; Lucky Losers – Clive Savage, Rae Savage & Ross Murphy.

Travelling bowlers raffle: 1st Ross Murphy; 2nd Clive Savage.

Crack The Safe Jackpot – 21/06/2019 – $700 First draw – Peter Hurst; Second Draw – John Hupfield. NOT WON Jackpot at $750 on 28/06/2019.

Comp results

Minor Singles Round 1 – Peter Hurst d Bill Ashton 31/29; Bob Mansfield d Aidan Daniels 31/30; Kim Frazer d Jim Hannah 31/25; John Hupfield d Dave Pearcey 31/10.

Comp Draw

Sat 29th June 9am – Men’s Minor Singles Semi Finals – Peter Hurst v Bob Mansfield (marker Dave Pearcey); Kim Frazer v John Hupfield (marker Jim Hannah).

1pm – Men’s Minor Singles final.

Social bowls: Wed Mens Pairs 1pm names in by 11am; Fri Triples – Ladies welcome 1pm names in by 11am.

Jayson Pinnock

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