Sport reports October 27th

27th Oct 2021

Men’s Bowls
Last Sunday the final of the major-minor pairs was played between Robert Moore and Cameron Peardon versus Dan Kennedy and Graham Starr. After an even start Dan and Graham pulled away in the final half to win 26 - 15.
Social bowls will again be tried on Saturday at 5pm. Sunday’s club games are as follows:
In the club triples Robert Moore, Boyd Stanley and partner will play Tapper Walls, Mallie Walls and Tim Ellis . A game of handicap singles between Col Stanley and Dan Kennedy will be played with David Wilcox to mark. Both games are due to start at 1pm with Robert Walls to start.

Rugby League
Guyra rugby league turns 100 in 2022 and that’s why now, more than ever, the senior club needs people to get involved.
The annual general meeting will be held on Wednesday 3rd November at the Royal Hotel from 6.30pm.
In addition to electing an executive and committee, the club would like to gauge interest in organising centenary events for next year, including a possible reunion.
Anyone who would like to be involved in the club or the centenary celebrations should attend the AGM, but can also get in contact via email or via the Facebook page if unable to attend.

The start of the 2021/22 Cricket season has been pushed back a week with the competition for both seniors and juniors now set to start on November 6.
All players interested in playing for Guyra this year are invited to come along to the cricket nets at the Ted Mulligan Oval this Thursday October 28th from 4pm to 5pm to register their interest.
Guyra Cricket Club has entered three junior and three senior teams in the Armidale District Competition.
Contact for information Juniors - Graham Cameron 0415 872 685 or Simon Brown 0427 665 131. Teams will be entered in Under 11s, 13s and 15s. A reminder that both boys and girls can register for junior teams.
Seniors Charlie White 0428 318 127. Teams are being entered in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade. Registrations are open now at
Please note that public health orders currently in place require anyone over 16 to be vaccinated against COVID-19