The Border Watch : February 3rd 2015
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It is great to hear the laughter and chat coming from the green. The winners for the third night of play was the team of Kerry Pink, Geoff and Linda Ward – they took home the Pick Avenue Deli Vouchers. In second place were Barry Stark, Robin Bilney and Garth Collins. In third spot were Grant SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S LARGEST REGIONAL NEWSPAPER is seeking applications for a full-time Graphic Designer to join their Production team. Suitable applicants must have a sound knowledge and experience in using Adobe InDesign and Adobe Photoshop, have above average and accurate typing skills as well as being able to work in a team environment capable of meeting daily production deadlines. Applications including resume and artwork portfolio can be sent to: Jamie Croker Pre-Press Manager The Border Watch PO Box 309 Mount Gambier SA 5290 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close Friday, February 13th, 2015. 663300 Perryman, Brenda and Lawrence Scott and taking fourth position Darryl and Chris Sims with Jeannette Elliott. Social bowls THE Sharon Perryman and Adam Wilson sponsored social bowls was well supported on Wednesday. The winning team of Joe Pritchard, Lance Fisher and Ken Williamson were happy to accept their prizes. It seems the men may be practising for the Battle of the Sexes coming up shortly. They have won each year for the two years this challenge has been running and the women are willing to accept any advice on how to topple them this year. Pennant Jobs around the corner, delivered direct to your door. If you’re looking for a great job in the Limestone Coast, look no further than Jobs.com.au. Set up a job alert and have the latest jobs matching your search criteria sent to your inbox, daily or weekly. Friday roster FRIDAY rosters Division 1 Red played Mount Gambier RSL and came out on top overall with a good win on the Heather Richards led rink of Carol Schmidt, Colleen Tarca and Judy Grosvenor. They played Jenny Bowering, Shirley Gifford, Glenda Dalton and Merna Whitehead. The Joy Bilney led rink of Jennie Tilley, Jan Dowdell and Robyn Burley had a good tight game against Nancy Wilson, Val Anderson, Veronica Opie and Jennie Waugh and finished only two shots down. Meanwhile, Division 1 Blue played at Millicent but although both sides were up at lunch time, they were not able to come home with a win. Val Praetz, Betty Barrett, Roma Henderson and Kay Feast took on Betty Pretty, Margaret Fennell, Merle Stevens and Judy Saint and the difference was four shots favouring Millicent at the end of the match. Sharon Perryman, Jean Fisher, Betty Pannell and Bev Perryman played Shirley Galpin, Ros Varcoe, Joan Greenwood and Heather Carthew. Scores were close until the 19th end and then Millicent 32 - The Border Watch, Tuesday, February 3, 2015 WEEK 2 NIGHT OWL WINNERS: Jim Lightbody, Darryl Thacker and Denis Healy. Johnston, Chris Wilkinson and Dave O’Donnell had a match they would rather forget when against Peter Rice, Paul Martin, Phillip Dowdell and Shane Pudney. WEEK 1 NIGHT OWL WINNERS: Barry Stark and Robin Bilney with president Jennie Tilley. Absent: Michael Casey. At five all on the 6th end it looked like it was going to be a good match, but then Kalangadoo scored the next eight ends straight and continued in the same manner, with Port MacDonnell only able to score on four more ends for the match. Division 3 played away against Mount Gambier RSL Blue where Reg Fisher, Peter Rutherford, Judy Grosvenor and Ken Williamson played Rob Zobel, Ian Colby, Roger Cock and John Forster. A close match, being nineall on the 14th end until a six scored by RSL on the 16th end gave it a handy lead, the final score was a five point loss to the Bay team. Don McCarthy, Reg Gurney, Kevin Norman and Kel Butler playing Fleur Roachock, Stan Legutko, Kevin Stafford and Mark Oldfield also had a good close match, with RSL getting the better of it over the last few ends to leave the Bay with a six point deficit. WEEK 3 NIGHT OWL WINNERS: Kerry Pink with Geoff and Linda Ward. ran away with a few multiples. Port MacDonnell Division 3 were at home to Millicent. Danny Gaut, Debbie Peach, Elaine Pruis and Alison Mitchell played Robin Rolfe, Joan Ellis, Liz Carnellor and Maureen Elton. Nine shots all on the 11th end, this continued to be a close match with Millicent just getting to the front by three shots. Lyn Vanderley, Janet Boyle, Lorraine Mackereth and Heather Fox took on Lorraine Madden, Max Richards, Dorothy Harkness and Fay Richards. Scoring on five of the first seven ends saw the Bay crew with a good lead and they were able to stay in front and take the win by 12 shots. Saturday roster SATURDAY’S Open Pennant saw a happy team following a win on all rinks for Port MacDonnell in Division 1 playing against Mount Gambier Blue. Peter Bruhn, Greg Fisher, Bill Burley and Adam Wilson played Rick Fallaize, Steve Farrell, Peter Clarke and Scott Wilson. Port MacDonnell had a lead of seven after the first three ends, but from then on it was close right though the match, with Port MacDonnell in front by two shots at the completion of the 25 ends. Eddie Otter, John Reppin, Peter Reppin and Heather Richards’ opponents were Malcolm Schultz, Bill Dethmore, David Babb and Mick Spong. Winning on 17 ends out of 25, their good bowling saw the Bay rink finish with a good result, 31 shots to 17. Bob Hutchesson, John Broadbent, Wayne Dowdell and Chris Richards took on Serina Bourn, Carlo Potlec, Graham Dent and Perria Davis. On this rink the Bay side won a bigger share of ends also and with quite a few multiples had a great win, 34 shots to Mount Gambier Blue’s 12. Meanwhile, the Division 2 played at Kalangadoo with Keith Dowdell, Don Forbes, Kay Feast and Victor Perryman taking on Gavin Rowe, Peter Hawke, Graham Casey and Kym Stewart. Port MacDonnell had the match in the bag until the 20th end when Kalangadoo scored 14 shots over five ends and looked dangerous, but the Bay side held on for a three point win. Jack Fox, Lance fisher, Wally Tarca and Murray Burley played Andre Carlson, Phillip Mules, Peter Lowe and Trevor Auld. Up 16 shots to nine after the 17th end the Bay was looking good, but the tenacious Kalangadoo crew scored 10 shots over five ends and finished only three shots down to the relieved Port MacDonnell side. Bart Lethlean, George Danny Gaut, Barrie Schmidt, Jennie Tilley and Ben Tilley played Barry Kitley, Robert Solly, Leslie Telfer and Reg Earl. On this rink the RSL team had a big lead at the break, but an eight ends in a row scoring spree by the Port MacDonnell side saw it only go down by seven shots. Division 5 played at Mount Gambier where Bob Whan, Karen Petersen, Darryl Sims and Justin Brown took on Maria Stabler, Bill Arbery, Brian Zeitz and Tony Norman. Mount Gambier had the edge, score wise for the match but the Port MacDonnell side was happy to finish with only a deficit of four shots. Joe Pritchard, Bruce Bain, Sharon Bruhn and Bill McGregor played Bruce Barrows, David Raccanello, Gary Williams and Paul Kovaleff. Down by only one shot on the 13th end the Bay side was looking good, Mount Gambier then went ahead by seven shots. To Port MacDonnell’s credit, the side did fight back, scoring 17 shots to Mount Gambier’s three to give an overall win to the Bay team. Coming events Today: Night Owls Tomorrow: Social Bowls (1pm) Friday: Friday roster (Pennant) Saturday: Women’s Singles Championship (9am). Malseed Shield Social Bowls(1pm) – names in by 12.30pm and casual clothes.
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