Sport reports July 29th

29th Jul 2020

Men’s Bowls
Well the weather sure threw a spanner in the works over the weekend, only two Club Championship games were played.
Saturday July 25th saw an Open Singles game between Anthony Bull and John McIlwain. John was in fine form taking control of the game from the first bowl and never let Anthony settle into the game. John went on to take the win over 21 ends.
The other game was a Handicap Singles Game played between Robert Goodchild (+8) and Robert Moore (-1), it was good to see an up and coming bowler in Bob The Barman showing that he is capable of keeping more seasoned bowlers interested. Even though Robert Moore went on to take the victory in this encounter 31 shots to 10 shots over 18 ends. 
This weekend Saturday August 1st: Start: 12.00pm. Starter and Umpire: John Jackson.
Club Pairs: Scott Campbell and Boyd Stanley to play Dan Kennedy and Barry Walls. John Jackson and Barry Campbell to play Cameron Peardon and Murray Bourke.
Weather permitting these games are play or forfeit, Match Committee.
Saturday August 1st will see the District Singles played at Armidale City, Guyra will be represented by David Wilcox, John McIlwain and Steven Sole. The draw will see David Wilcox play John McIlwain with Steven Sole playing the winner of this game. Best of luck to all three bowlers. 
The Bowls Bandit

Ladies’ Golf
Last week the ladies played a NSW Medal round along with a Putting Competition.
The winner was Suzanne Towells with a score of 76 Nett.
The runner up was Vicki Reeves with 77 Nett.
Suzanne also won the Putting Competition with 28 putts.
Nearest the Pin Winners were Debbie Burey on the 10th hole and Pip White on the 18th hole.
This week we are playing the annual Presidents v Captains Matchplay.
Next week is a Canadian Foursomes sponsored by Juniel’s Café. 
The starter is Meg Simpson.

Vets’ Golf
Last week nine players competed in an Individual Stableford counting putts on a crisp but fine day. The winner with 34 points was Pat Grills who was also the best putter with 29 putts.
The runners up were Chris Newberry and Jim Betts both on 32. The only nearest the pin was Don Campbell on the 18th.
The new date for the finals of the NEVGA 4 Ball event has been rescheduled to be played at Guyra on November 17.
A Vet