Round two of the Moss Vale Motor Group Challenge was played at Bowral Bowling Club on Wednesday, August 1.
Graham Hunt and Barry Werfel continue to lead the field, after they defeated Kel Limbrick and Brian Porter 33-12.
At the halfway mark Hunt and Werfel had a 15-9 lead.
But in the second half the bowls they played could not be faulted, and they came away with a 21-shot win.
Holding down second place Peter Morales and Bob Edwards defeated Glen Giese and Robin Staples 22-20.
Holding down third spot Keith Edwards and Clive Neutze who defeated John Edmonds and Dennis Beatty 28-19.
But with four weeks to go this is providing players plenty of opportunity to climb up the leader board.
Enid Brown and Don Coleman defeated Bob Crowley and Kevin Stafford 27-20.
Alistair McGhee and Josh Woodcock defeated Richard Denman and Rick Reynolds 24-19.
Owen Williams and Bill Meredith defeated Kevin Jones and Paul Leverett 21-20.
Oscar Whalan and Dougal Braithwaite defeated Colin Stone and Brian Payne 28-26.
Peter Watson and Harold Wall defeated Carl Spilker and Nathan Boyers 30-22.
Dan Ticehurst and Mick Flynn defeated John Cummins and Bill Pope 23-15.
Bowral to travel to Beecroft this Saturday 11th August
The annual match between Bowral and Beecroft for the Bowral Cup
A coach will depart from Bowral Bowling Club at 7am.
There will be morning tea on arrival, followed by social bowls at 10.30am and lunch afterwards.
The Bowral Cup competition will commence at 1pm.
There will be 15 ends of three bowls triples.
The cup is currently held by Bowral Bowling Club.
Bowral Bowling Club annual general meeting
The Bowral Bowling Club Limited annual general meeting will be held at the club on Sunday, August 26 at 11am. Office bearers for the board of directors will be announced during the meeting.
There will also be an announcement made about the office bearers for the Bowral Bowling Club men’s section.
Come along and have a input for the continued success of the club.
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