DIVISION 1 – MOUNT GAMBIER 63/16 d PORT MACDONNELL 41/0
THE Mount Gambier Bowls Club’s Division 1 open pennant team welcomed Port MacDonnell to its greens on Saturday for Round 11 of the season.
As was the case across all divisions, the weather did not allow all ends to be played, but a successful result was achieved for the home side nonetheless.
With wins on all three rinks, the largest was recorded by Bryan Vorwerk, Terry Bruhn, Greg Carpenter and Tony Renzi, who defeated Chris Richards’ team 24-10.
Peter Clark, Steve Farrell, Gary McIntyre and Peter Reppin also had a solid result, defeating Adam Wilson’s rink 21-15.
Rounding out a good day, Bill Bremner, John Reppin, Ian VonStanke and Tony Bowditch won in a close 18-16 result over Bill Richards’ four.
DIVISION 2 – MOUNT GAMBIER 53/9 d KINGSTON 53/7
THE Division 2 team was also at home, as Mount Gambier welcomed Kingston for a nail-biter of a finish.
Both teams finished on the same shots, but with two rink wins for the hosts, from David Babb and Leanne Hentschke’s rinks, the overall honours went to Mount Gambier.
DIVISION 3 – PENOLA 63/14 d MOUNT GAMBIER 39/2
IT was not meant to be for Mount Gambier’s Division 3 open pennant side when it made the trip to Penola on Saturday.
The guests returned home with the minimum points, winning one of the three rinks, with an overall loss of 24 points.
Scott Wilson’s four was the only rink to taste success, as Mount Gambier went down to the top team.
DIVISION 4 RED – MOUNT GAMBIER 58/14 d LUCINDALE 47/2
A TRIP to Lucindale yielded a good result for Mount Gambier’s Division 4 Red team, as it returned home with the Round 11 points.
Ron Kuhl and John Kentish both skippered their teams to success for an eventual 11-shot win at the end of play.
DIVISION 4 BLUE – MOUNT GAMBIER 54/14 d MILLICENT 34/2
ANOTHER solid result was had by the Division 4 Blue side, as Mount Gambier played Millicent on its home greens.
Mount Gambier managed to win two of the three rinks and take out the overall win.
Malcolm Schwarz and Lindsay Moyle were the winning skippers on the day.