RSL presentation night

LOWER SOUTH EAST CHAMPION: Michael Fox claimed the A Grade Singles Championship for the Mount Gambier RSL Bowling Club, as well as the Lower South East Bowling Association. Pictures: SUBMITTED.

THE Mount Gambier RSL Bowling Club held its presentation night on May 6 where the championship winners for the 2021/22 season were recognised.

The evening was hosted by president Nancye Wilson, who acknowledged all the members for their efforts throughout the season.

Michael Fox was given special congratulations after a great season where he won the Men’s A Grade Singles Club Championship and also went on to be crowned the Men’s Singles Champion of Champions for the Lower South East Bowling Association.

Jennifer Bowering was also recognised, as she became the Club’s first female to win an A Grade Pennant.

Di Adams claimed the Club’s Women’s A Grade Singles Championship and Helen Moulden won the B Grade Singles Championship.

Leon Fox was the Men’s B Grade champion for the 2021/22 season.

Robert Corner and Andy Ashby teamed up to win the Men’s Pairs title, while Karren Doman and Carmel McQuade won the Women’s Pairs competition.

Keisha Pearson and Craig Pearson were the Mixed Pairs champions.

It was a successful season for Craig Pearson as he also claimed the win in the Men’s Triples alongside Paul Wilkinson and Deane Wilkinson.

He also won the Men’s Fours competition with Corner, Deane Wilkinson and Ian MacIntosh.

Moulden won the Women’s Triples alongside Shirley McIntyre and Trish Webb.

The Mixed Triples champions were Graeme Smith, Merna Whitehead and Graham Dent.

Whitehead also had success in the Fours competitions as she won the Women’s Fours with Julie Beaman, Sandi Elliott and Joy Bilney.

She also won the Mixed Fours with Gary Bowering, Deane Wilkinson and Jenny Bowering.

Ron Ploenges claimed the Men’s Veteran’s Singles Championship, while Whitehead was the champion for the Women’s Veteran’s Singles.

Social bowls resumed last Thursday and will continue throughout the winter, along with Saturday afternoon social bowls.

Alan Hill and Neil Morris claimed the win last week with a score of 50+5.

Chris Fenwick and Lindsay Moyle were runners-up.