There was quite a good attendance of bowlers

File photo. Harden District Bowling Club. There was quite a good attendance of bowlers for the Anzac Day bowls, with 18 bowlers turning up.
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The results were:

Paul Breeze, Marilyn Murray and Tony Zervos defeated John Curtis, Jake Fisher and Brad Sharman 11/10

Shane McKellar, David Walker and Brian Gibson defeated Rod James, Rueben Rycroft and Josh Solah 15/12

Sunday morning mufti

Anthony Burns, Josh Solah and John Ryan defeated Rod James, Les Monaghan and Brian Raath

Sunday afternoon social bowls

Terry Ricketts, Doug Hawkins and Craig Cooper defeated Tom Apps, Jesse James and Les Monaghan 23/17

Rod James, John Peterson and Bill Graham drew with Shane McKellar, Betty Keeley and Geoff Bates 14/14


Local bowler Terry Ricketts will line up in the quarter final of the South West district singles at Young on Saturday morning. His opponent will be Young bowler Rod Cummings.


The draw has been done for the major and minor club pairs championship and is on the notice board. The following matches have been set down for play on Saturday:

John Peterson and Doug Hawkins versus Paul Breeze and Neil Solomon

Mark Parker and Tony Zervos versus Brian Raath and partner


Bowlers are advised that as several bowlers will be away playing bowls at the weekend only two matches have been lisged for play, however, the following weekend matches will be listed for Saturday and Sunday and must be played.

Ladies bowls

Lady bowlers Jenny Ricketts and Kelly Daley took off for Tumut last weekend to play in their ladies pairs tournament.

The girls performed very well winning four of their six matches but unfortunately missed out on any prize money.

The ladies will hold a meeting on Sunday, May 4, at 11.30am and a game of bowls after lunch.

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