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All the latest results from the Gympie greens

WELL DONE: Trish Gruber took out the Sunshine Ladies singles fixtures last week.
WELL DONE: Trish Gruber took out the Sunshine Ladies singles fixtures last week. Contributed

Kandanga

NO RESULTS from Rooster Pairs Sunday. A few members had a roll.

Coming events - 4th June Men's Pig Day, More teams to Morky on 0447 244 202.

5 A side Medley 1st July First 8 teams accepted.

Mixed Jackpot Pairs 1st June Names or Teams to Pat - 0408003 876.

Followed by Bowls Meeting.

Barefoot Bowls - Friday 4pm.

Don't forget Friday & Saturday night meals with Member's Draw on both nights.

Hungi Nights 27th May. Please Book Via Club Facebook page Or ring the club on 54843253.

Gympie men

TODAY is our Club Selected Pairs competition, Names in by 9am please, for a 9.30 Start.

Last week's winners of the Southside Take-away sponsored event was the triples team of Ray Fitzgerald, Bill

Wheeler and Keith Bunkum with +14, Keith had a good day by winning the raffle as well.

Players are reminded that the Reisenleiter Day which was scheduled for this Saturday May 20 has been postponed to a day to be decided later in the year, also because of the show no championships will be played this weekend.

For a friendly social game, the Monday night bowlers would love you to join them, play starts at 4pm.

Coming in October, a very special weekend away, watch for the flyer!

Cooloola Coast

TUESDAY, May 2 - Men's Social Jackpot Pairs - Sixteen bowlers put their bowls to the test on this day and the winners were Keith Sykes and Brian Nicholas and the team of Bill O'Rourke and Doug Smith were close behind as the runners up. The Jackpot is still there to be won by a team with the lucky number.

Thursday, May 4 - Ladies Social - the Triples team of Avis Aird, J Casey, and Alexa had a good day and were entitled to pick from the basket for their effort.

Saturday, May 6 was George and Rada Mc Gregor's sponsored day. Twenty-Eight bowlers took to the green to acknowledge one of our hard and long serving couples.

Three Bowl Pairs was the agenda of the day and the men came out the winners on that day with Ross Aird and Steve Baxter taking out the main prize and Brian Nicholas and Don Pascoe being the runners- up. With the bowlers competing to be in the winning circle and the raffles and refreshments after the game everyone went home happy to do it all again next year.

Tuesday, May 9 - Men's Social Jackpot Pairs - It was again that time of the month to play in Cooloola Sands Shopping Centre Day with Woolworths being the main sponsor for the day. The club and the 24 bowlers present acknowledged Woolworths for their participation in making this day a success especially the pair of Peter Fitz and Bill Ruddle who were the happy winners and the brothers team of of John and Gary Holyoak took out the runners up prize. Big scores and some great bowling was the talk on the day.

Thursday, May 11 - Ladies Social - not that many social bowlers played that day as there were Championships games being played.

The mixed Fours team of Sue Ramsay, Gary Holyoak, Noel and Carol Crosbie defeated the team of Brian Nicholas, Trevor Uhl, Alexa and Jill Falzon to advance to the final.

The Novice Singles between Allan Wagner and Cliff Shaw came down the last bowl that gave Allan the win to advance to the next round.

Don Pascoe defeated Aileen Barnett.

The B Grade Ladies Singles will be played Sunday, May 28 at 9am with the finals also to be played on the same day at 12.30pm. The A Grade single final between Sue Ramsay and Wendy Ryan will also be played on this day. The Ladies Pairs will be announced at a later date.

Congratulations to the ladies who represented Wide Bay/ Gympie districts in the Queensland District Sides recently from our area , Carol Crosbie, Sue Ramsay and Wendy Ryan are from the Cooloola Coast Bowls Club and Jill Calloway is a member from the Tin Can Bay Bowls Club. These ladies were involved in teams that won the 4th Division. Well done ladies.

Sunshine

THE final of the Championship Singles was played Trish Gruber against Ursula Cross. Congratulations going to Trish Gruber who is now our Champion for 2017. Congratulations also to Ursula for getting so far.

Another round of Championship Bowls was also played with P Allen and J Jacobeson defeating J Allen and C Stancombe.

Call for May 26.

Championship Pairs

J Irvine, P Kay to play P Gottke, Del Chippindall and T Gruber, S Mitchell to play P Allen, J Jacobson.

Don't forget names in for Trophy Day on Tuesday, May 23 as there are no bowls this Friday names in please to Pat Kay 0754823290 or 0448816761.

We will be having Progressive Raffle and Bring and Buy. Gifts appreciated.

Tin Can Bay women

CONGRATULATIONS to Denise Frost, Lorraine Stockham, Erica Young and Rowena Giles on winning this years club championship fours, defeating Tina Andersen, Ann Hudson, Lyn Gray and Wendy Smith in the semi, well done girls.

The championship pairs are now well under way. The singles final will be between Tina Andersen and Jill Callaway.

President Ann Hudsons' day will be Tuesday, July 4, hope there's no fireworks, invitations will be distributed at our next invitation day on June 6.

Albert

FRIDAY winners G Heilbronn/E Frank - R/Up L&B Locker, last Round P Benson/J Maher.

Saturday was the first round of the Dodt Cup (sponsored by the Bendigo Bank) with Rainbow, Kenilworth, Albert and Tin Can Bay going through to the semi-finals.

Rainbow and Albert played in the final.

There were high quality bowls played.

Albert lost the Singles but won the Pairs - both these games were close.

The outcome of who won the Cup came down to the final ends of the Fours.

Albert was two up on the card going in to the last end but Rainbow got two shots and an extra end had to be played.

Both Rainbow and Albert had bowls close to the Jack but alas, Rainbow had the two closer ones.

Congratulations Rainbow Beach on winning the Dodt Cup in 2017.

Thanks to the other six clubs for playing and making it a good competition.

Friday, May 19 - Open mixed Jackpot Pairs 1pm.

Sunday, May 21 - Scroungers 1pm. Mufti.

Wednesday, May 24 - Graded mixed Pairs 12.30pm, mufti.

Sunday, May 28 - RSL day with 10am start.

President's Day - Sunday, June 11. Please put your team in full on the whiteboard in the Locker Room.

Every Wednesday, 12.30pm start. Graded Club Selected Pairs mufti.

Every Friday, 1pm start - Open mixed jackpot pairs.

First Tuesday each month, 10am start - Men's open jackpot pairs Mufti.

Coaching sessions are available by arrangement - please contact the club (54821095)

For social bowling - Hire of hall or functions inquiries please phone the club 54821095 or leave a message. New bowlers welcome.

QRI

OUR District Managers' Shield will be held June 4.

Maryborough Branch will be the host this year. Those selected are; B, Hill, B. Calvert, R. Wadrop, K. Herbert, N. Gilchrist, P. Milburn, O. Miles, G. Heilbronn.

B. Dennien, H. Gerick, K. Day, P. Bannister, Monty, K. Colley, A, Green, S. Mandaloff, R. Bermingham, E. Frank.

Next meeting Saturday, May 20 at Albert Bowls Club at 9.30am.

INDOOR

Gympie

ON SATURDAY due to being Mothers Day weekend there were not enough nominations for the Association Singles to be held, so they will be held at a later date.

There is no bowls show weekend. Suburbs Patron & President Social will be on the 27th at 1pm. At Tuesday night bowls the raffle donated by P Tierney & won by S Sutcliff.

High scores were B McGuinness 51, S Sutcliff 35, D Tierney 26, W Young 51, C Pearce 45, P Tierney 41.

Long Flat

SCORES from last Thursday were Mavis 43, Joyce 40,

Hester 40, Gloria 38, Eric 38. Raffle donated by Eric was won by Hester.

Gympie Times

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