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Sunday, February 25, 2024

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Competing priorities with the Kangaroo Valley Show resulted in no bowls report last month. I will therefore stagger the social bowls reporting over the next two editions to avoid making the report too lengthy.

Pennants 

The Mixed Pennant competition is well underway, with Berry Grade 6’s in a reasonably good position after five rounds. 

On 11 February the Berry Grade 2 Team went down 10 points to nil against Culburra 3 with the main scoreboard reading 64 to 48 in Culburra’s favour. Despite winning two of the three games, the Berry 6 Team lost against Worrigee Sports 5 due to the 71 to 56 point deficit on the main score board, losing by 8 points to 2. 

Berry 2 was at home to Nowra 2 on 18 February but managed only one win and went down 48 to 63 on the main scoreboard, resulting in a 1 to 9 loss. Berry 6 was away to Greenwell Point 6 and only managed one draw, resulting in a .5 to 9.5 loss, with a total score of 50 to 66.

25 February pitted Berry 2 against Callala 4 at Callala. This very close game resulted in a win to Berry by 57 points to 51, giving Berry nine competition points to Callala 4’s one point. The grade 6 game between Berry 6 at home and Culburra 5 resulted in a 10 to nil victory to Berry, with the main scoreboard reading 70 to 40 in Berry’s favour.

In Round 4 on 4 March, Berry 2 went down to Shoalhaven Heads 4, despite a win and a draw as the main scoreboard read 63 to 56 in Shoalhaven Heads’ favour. Berry 6s also suffered a nine points to one loss against Worrigee Sports 5, by winning only one game and losing the main scoreboard 67 points to 42.

The Round 5 clash between Berry 2 and Nowra 4, at Nowra, resulted in a 10 points to nil loss to Berry, with the main scoreboard reading 80 to 46 in Nowra’s favour. On a happier note, the Berry 6’s had a 10 point victory over the Greenwell Point 6 team, winning all three games with a 76 to 45 point advantage on the main scoreboard.

Round 6 will be held on 18 March, with Berry 2 at home to Culburra 3 and Berry 6 away to Culburra 5. Good luck everyone!

Social bowls

25 January – Darryl Goodger and ‘Jingles’ Chittick defeated Keith Pepper and Laurie Watson 35 points to 19. Terry Bezant and Rob Folkard defeated Col Agar and Terry Hayes 23 points to 14. Derek Raymond, Bob Dunn and Bill Chittick defeated Merv Keith, Ron Nelson and Lindsay McNamara 23 points to 7.

28 January – Irene Dunn, Steve Kellett and Col Agar defeated Deb Folkard, Bob Dunn and Derek Raymond 20 points to 9. Rob Folkard and David Badger defeated Lindsay McNamara and Mark Power 22 points to 11.

1 February – Darryl Goodger and Terry Hayes defeated Ron Nelson and Rob Reid 20 points to 12. Bob Dunn and Bill Chittick defeated Keith Pepper and David Badger 25 points to 13. Graeme Hook and Jingles Chittick defeated Derek Raymond and Lindsay McNamara 21 points to 9.

4 February – Graeme Hook and Lindsay McNamara defeated Gillian Portener and David Badger 21 points to 10. Ken Chittick and Rob Reid defeated Bob Dunn and Jingles Chittick 21 points to 19. Col Good and Mark Power defeated Derek Raymond and Terry Hayes 30 points to 25.

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