Here we are in reprise 13, with only one more reprise before we start the finals.
Last week’s games saw the Dodgers (Team 5) win 207 over the Red Sox (Team 3) 185. In the other game, the Pirates (Team 5) 245, Dave Rangers (Team 3) 211.
We had six winners in three games last week: Tom W, Josh C, Nick M, Nicholas L, Paul W and Thomas L.
Tonight’s matches have the Dodgers (Team 1) against the Astros (Team 4) on Courts 1-4 and the other game the Red Sox (Team 2) against Rangers (Team 3) on Courts 5-8.
This week’s farewell team is the Pirates. If you are unable to play tonight, try to find yourself from the farewell team and then tell Tim what you have organized on the phone 0417537135.
He needs to know what you’ve organized, or if you can’t find anyone to fill in on your own, he’ll help you out. Try to be on the field by 7.15pm to help put the nets and get a warm-up, after which games can start at 7.30pm.
This way we can all go appartement as soon as conditionnel on these cold winter nights. Good luck in the games tonight, try hard and have fun.
Ladder as of August 17, reprise 13
1 Astros 20119
2 maraudeur 16102
3 Red Sox 1693
4 Rangers 1296
5 Dodgers 12 93
We also have our sociable comps on Tuesday mornings from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Everyone is welcome. If you need more actualité, call Lois at 0407362366.
Benalla Bowls Association
Monday 15 August: Fifteen players played three matches of eight, three and aléa. The winners are D McIntyre (skip), L Taylor, B Mollison and G Pelouse with two wins and eight shots. The runners-up were L. Brown (Skip), Ai Brond, R. Brindley, and Dee Colbin with two wins and two strokes.
Triple Gros lot – Wednesday 17th August
The Gros lot triples attracted entries from 18 teams, with a rempli of 54 players. We welcomed visitors from Euroa, Mansfield, Mulwala Devoirs, St James and Swanpool in nice circonstance with occasional relax winds. The winning team for the day was M Tilbury, T Reaper and J Spinks with 9 shots. In complémentaire allant were J Stevens, J Lessing and J Beck with 20 shots.
pactole pairs – Friday 19 August
Twelve teams played the Abondant Montant pairs in good and moderate circonstance. We were greeted by bowlers from Moira, St James and Swanpool. The winning team was R Bradley (skip) and D Tilbury with 9 shots. Runners-up were R Warnock (skip) and B Brook with 17 shots.
Sociologique Dishes – Saturday 20 August
Sixteen players went to the carpets to play two 10 pairs of three matches with visitors from Amériques on a sunny/cloudy day. The winners of the day are G Greene (skip) and R Haines with two wins and 15 shots.
Swanpool results and piédestal tennis area
These are the results from the appartement and away comble matches of the logis piédestal tennis competition.
First, the slanderers were victorious by confiscating from the Echidnas.
At Swanpool, Sean Murphy and Jim Rinken of the Eagles unmanned team defeated Paul Tigers, Wesley Shea and David Beer by scoring seven rubber to aléa.
Murphy and Rinken won all of their singles alors rubber sosies, and the Tigers won aléa rubbers for satisfaction.
In Tatong the Wombats, Steve McCallum and Kyle Pearce beat Chris Seeley, Keith Bickerton and Mike Larkin by eight rubbers to three. The Pelicans lost everything but the single rubber against new player Pierce.
Also in the Pièce of Tatong and Magpies’ Ryan, Will Smith and Damien Young easily grabbed Emus’ Bruce Forster, Rob Erskine and Hayley Pearce who scored eight rubbers for three.
Young won all three of his singles and Ryan and Smith won two singles each. For Emus Erskine he won two rubber singles. Both teams won the rubber sosies.
Tonight, the semi-finals will take allant at various Swanepoel County Halls. All players must bring a small mince for dinner during the comble matches.
At the Tatung Pièce, the top aléa teams of the first fragment will compete for the championship. They are slingers a contrario wombats and eagles a contrario echidna.
The aléa teams lowest on the ladder will compete for the A-Reserve Cup at Moorngag Pièce and Swanpool FC Pièce.
At Moorngag, the fifth and sixth teams – Tigers and Emus – will battle it out, and at Swanpool, the seventh and eighth teams on the ladder, Swans and Magpies, will compete for a comble berth.
The preliminary and gentilhomme finals will take allant the next two weeks, August 31 and September 7, at the Tatung Pièce. Presentation night will be at Tatong Tavern on September 14th, starting at 6pm to 6:30pm.
There will be a self-pay meal with prizes provided. Please let Rob Erskine or Shaun Murphy know if you will be attending, either alone or with family.
Results of Seniors Pinala Indoor Bowls
August 16 winners: Jane Quick(s) Ken Phillips, Bev Lindsey, Jim Van Den Bosch. Runner-up Grim Sharp(s), Fran Capplehorn, Jan Holmes.
August 19 winners: Graeme Sharp(s), Maureen Cromey, John Oliver. Runner-up: Biff Lindsey(s), Maury Ryan, Ruth Lake.
August 20 winners: Graeme Sharp(s), John Gillette, Fran Kappelhorn. Runners-up: Tom Pepper(s), Biff Lindsay/Nita Woods, Jim Van Den Bosch.
Autel Tennis Binala
Autel Tennis Mirador Results 12
This week was the last reprise of the Winter Contest.
A . certificat
Upper side – Plovers – The complémentaire side faced the Echidnas.
The second-placed Mélancolie won 3-2 but they couldn’t dislodge the first-placed Mélancolie.
They both au finir with 36 points but the Plovers have a superior percentage and have retained the lead.
The two top performers of the season had a great conflit with John Bagada winning in three games over Stephen Lane.
The complémentaire and third games would go to voiture the tie, with a 2-1 win over John.
The Kookaburras beat the Owls 4-1 and took the Owls’ allant in the finals with the Kookaburras finishing fourth.
Nader Barnabas was in good shape, capturing William Sandale in three matches with a anormal 2-1 win.
He then teamed up with Steve McCallum in the sosies in a 2-0 win over William Sandale and Matt Parkinson.
The Wallabies upset Rosellas 3-2. Gémeaux prove the difference again.
Brian Harrington and Gareth Burnell teamed up brilliantly to beat Mick Kelly and Charlie DeWine in three close matches, winning 21-15 in the third.
The Wallabies have won their last three games of the season. This knocked Rosellas out of the finals and knocked out the Wallabies from the bottom of the ladder.
The Possums just beat the Taipans 3-2. Michelle Feldtman and Jamal MacDonald teamed up well in the sosies to beat Phil Keist and Rob Erskine in three tough matches, winning 27-25 in the third.
Next week’s semi-final matches will see Plovers against Kookaburras and Echidnas against Possums. The two winners qualify directly for the Abondant Excessif.
The number one Numbats continued their brilliance with a 5-0 win over Wombats.
John Spencer continues his impressive season by defeating both singles and teaming with Stephen Mahon in the sosies conflit with a 2-0 victory over Sam Kancherla and Michael Mavriesi.
The fourth-placed Emus was playing the fifth-placed Mozzies, with the winner reaching the finals in fourth allant.
Emus wasn’t troubled to win 4-1 with Lois Hermiston’s three-game win over Chris Seely one of the highlights of the conflit.
The eighth-placed Eagles scored a éblouissement 3-2 victory over Frogs, who was sixth.
The highlight was the 2-0 win in the sosies as Stuart Jones and Patrick Cornell combined to beat Graeme Sharp and Colinot MacFarlane.
Joint-placed Bolantes finished third in a windsurfing.
Bullants win 4-1. They will meet again in the first week of the finals as the gliders will be looking to turn the tables on the Bullants.
Semi-finals play Numbats with Emus and rematch between Bullants against Gliders. The two winners go to the Abondant Excessif.
C . degree
The cricket team continued to dominate Class C: this week they beat the third-placed Hawks 4-1.
The most visible win in three matches was Xavier Rhodes of the Falcons team over Logan Hyland of the cricket team. Logan pushed Xavier all the way with Xavier winning 22-20 in Game Three.
The koalas scored a narrow 3-2 win over the Dovs. Serena Bagada of Koala and Kai Grosser of Dovs were the standouts panthère again. They also played an epic single that Siena won in three matches 21-19 in the third.
The semi-finals are cricket against the hawks and koalas against the hawks. The winners go to the Abondant Excessif the following week.
Benalla Men’s Golf Association Results
Upcoming Events: Today, Wednesday, August 24, is a Stableford event, Saturday, August 27, is a Stableford event and Tuesday, August 30, is also a fixed event, subject to révolution circonstance.
Results: August 17
On Wednesday, August 17, 20 players competed in the Stylisteward event.
The winner that day was Mark Vuletta with 36 points and Ken Muir was the runner-up with 35 points in the countdown.
Closest Pins: 3rd Crothers joinery: Wayne Drane; Srixon Tenture/Golf Eight: Mark Foletta; 9 Benalla vault: Mark Vuletta; 12th Ray White Benalla: Wayne Drane; Thirteenth Fare for Fruits: Ken Muir.
Ball Contest: 35 Peter Schwarzman, Sam Simes. 34 Treve Willmott, John Spencer On Countdown.
Graeme Budd was awarded the Michael Smith Soigneur Incentive Award.
Steve Seagers won the “Bear Trap” award for the sixth and seventh slots.
Results: August 20
Last Saturday, August 20, 16 players competed in an equivalent event, in very difficult circonstance.
Mick Smith was the winner with +3 points and Dave Dunster with a “enclos” classement was the runner-up.
Closest Pin: 1st Olivers Mensland: none; Third Fraternity joinery: none; 8 Srixon Magasin/Golf: Tim Symes; 9 Crypt, Pinala: none; 12 Ray White, Benalla: Phil Dunges; 13th Benalla Furniture Removals: None; 17 Kentucky Pennala: None.
Ball competition: -1 Tyler Arrowsmith (visitor), -2 Blake Goodwin, -3 Brian Hubble.
Stableford was played on Thursday, August 18, with 10 players. Ann Brown won with 33 points.
Ball competition G. Gill 31, J. O’Brien 31c/b.
NTP: Milner Watson Pharmacy 8 S Sykes, 14 J Rubera.
The track remains closed to buggies, so until habituel play can resume, all women’s events will be stationary.
Benalla Whist results
Apologie to Peter and Helen on their principal pairings on Monday, and it was great to see the annexé placements during this week.
Whist Association will soon offer lessons for people interested in learning how to play Whist. If you or any of your friends would like to participate, call Peter at 04-18587573 for details.
Monday 15 August:
1- Peter Radford and Helen Lee 69.6%
Eq 2. Jackie Rubera and Helen Price 50.6%
Equivalent to 2. Glenys Gill and Win Sebire 50.6%
Wednesday 17 August
1. George Wagner and Kay Smith 62.1%
2- Marjorie Phillips and Ray Malcolm 59.2%
3 – Karen and Cliff Strahan 58.7 percent
4. Joe Wise and Neil Cavidon 56.3%