Henty women's golf and bowls news, May 16, 2017

STANDOUT: Coach Beck O'Connell was judged the Hume league's best player at the weekend interleague clash. The Billabong Crows star was tireless in the centre.

STANDOUT: Coach Beck O'Connell was judged the Hume league's best player at the weekend interleague clash. The Billabong Crows star was tireless in the centre.

HENTY GOLF

FOURTEEN ladies played golf last Thursday in the second round of the championships. And a big welcome back to June Bahr. The overall winner of the day was Jane Yates with a 67 nett. The winner of the 9 holes event went to Connie Ross again. Three weeks in a row. Well done to you Connie, John must be looking after you well at home.

NTP Open on the 15th Carole Singe NTP for the 9 holers on the 15th Connie Ross.

The Newsagency Award went to Heather Edwards.

Out on the course the play of the day had to go to Marilyn Broughan. Marilyn played “Hickory Dickory Dock with a Tree”.

Instead of the mouse going up the clock Marilyn managed to hit the ball at the base of the tree and the ball went straight up the trunk. The trees came into play again for quite a few ladies particularly Linda Coombes, four in a row on the 16th. Sandy Newton hit the same tree twice. The dam cause a bit of a headache for Heather Beattie.

Jane Yates and Linda Coombes went to the Holbrook Tournament on Wednesday. Jane got NTP and they both won a ball each. Back in the clubhouse they played Keno and “killed it”.

The pennant team last Monday beat Wagga City 3-2. 

The team for this coming Monday at Howlon is Alison Campbell, Jane Yates, Linda Coombes, Kathy Maloney and Marlene Skeers. 

See you all next Thursday for the last round of the Championships. The ladies for 9 holes 10.30am and the rest 9am for a 9.30am hit off.

HENTY BOWLS 

HENTY lady bowlers held their AGM recently, very few positions have changed Lynne Forck is president, Allison Scott and Margaret Beckett, vice presidents, Ros Kilo, secretary, Norma White, treasurer, and patron is Isma Wenzke, who is also one of our Life Members.

Lynne reported on a very busy and successful year. Sybil Ritchie, catering officer, was extremely happy with all the catering and the level of involvement from our members. Allison Scott, chairperson of match, and her committee did a great job with club events, pennants, annual tournament and Invitation Triples.

We welcome, Ollie Campbell, and wish her many happy years of bowling.

Our premier club event, our Club Singles Championship, was finalised in a very tight match -  Lynne Forck def Alison Schuster 25/23. 

Mixed social bowls will continue through the winter months on a Wednesday, names in by 1pm.

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