Stunning conditions for bowlers

WINNERS: Matthew Jones, Adrian Jones, Terry Curtis and Kym Stewart. Pictures: SUBMITTED

THE Mount Gambier RSL and District Bowling Club buzzed with excitement as the Annual Bendigo Bank Mens Two-Day Fours unfolded across a sunny Saturday and Sunday.

Bowlers from Adelaide, Victoria and the Upper and Lower Southeast converged, vying for a share of the substantial prize money going back to sixth place.

The competition was fiercely contested, with 22 teams battling it out in a display of skill and strategy.

The weather cooperated, providing ideal conditions for the bowlers to showcase their talents.

The competition was so tight, several teams finished with the same number of wins on day one, but the final standings were determined by the number of ends and shots scored on the last day.

In a dramatic turn of events, the leading team suffered a loss in their final game and were down on wins and ends, plummeting to sixth place.

The results in the main placings were Matthew Jones, Adrian Jones, Terry Curtis and Kym Stewart, who emerged triumphant after two days of intense competition.

The runner-up position went to Paul Gibb, Jason Kuring, Peter Gregory and Peter Roachock, while Brenton Wittwer, Simon Attilwill, Ralph Stafford and Paul Willkinson secured third place.

The event was a testament to the spirit of competition and camaraderie that thrives within the bowling community.

It left a lasting impression on all who participated, showcasing the passion and dedication of these talented bowlers.