Castlemaine bowlers celebrate Midweek Pennant victory

The Castlemaine Division 2 side celebrate their victory.
The Castlemaine Division 2 side celebrate their victory.

Castlemaine Bowling Club members are celebrating after their Midweek Pennant win on Monday! Castlemaine’s Division 2 side defeated Woodbury at Bendigo East on their excellent green, a sea of colour with all five divisions playing their final game at the same venue.
Division 1 played at Eaglehawk the following day Tuesday between Golden Square and South Bendigo.
Castlemaine were convincing winners on Monday with all three teams winning.
Castlemaine 70 defeated Woodbury 55. Steve McCoombe (skip), Mal Stevens, Tricia O’Shea, Graham Fraser won 23/20. Pam Hunter (skip), Rosalie Roberts, Alicia Beauchamp, Alene Jolme won 25/17, Maureen Fletcher ( skip), Chris Crossley, Rod Fletcher, Jack Taylor won 22/18.
After the game all teams assembled on the green and the President of the Bendigo Campaspe Goldfields Region Paul Moller, Secretary Geoff Howes and Bendigo Ladies Selection President Susan Howes congratulated all bowlers on their sportsmanship, winning or runners-up is an achievement to represent their clubs in the manner in which all games were played. Bowlers in the winning teams were all presented with a medal which they proudly wore when returning to their clubs. Castlemaine bowlers continued their celebrations back at Castlemaine clubrooms.
Club news
In other news Wednesday Evening Barefoot Bowls continue 5.30pm start, mixed competition all bowlers welcome, bowls supplied BBQ after game. For further information phone 0439 722 423.
Thursday ‘Girls on the Green’ saw 36 Ladies plus helpers enjoy the lovely warm evening. Last week’s winners were ‘Spicey Girls. The ladder before the final night is Friday Floozies, Team Extreme, Rockin Rollers and Spring Rollers.
Monday March 13 will be the Castlemaine Classic Invitation Fours.
Saturday ‘Robbies Triples’ 9am for a 9.30am start. Notice in clubrooms.

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