Players came back from holidays fill of vigor and delivered some excellent matches.
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Bowral Bowling Club had a good attendance of players and they all put in a solid game. There were close scores in all matches.
In the match of the day, John Fleming, Graham Hunt and Don Chapman defeated Bruce Hall, Neville Tanner and Bob Edwards, 22-19 after a extra end was played to decide the winner.
The first half of the match had team Chapman leading 12-8.
The second half of the match was a real duel with both teams into playing top bowls. Team Chapman with top all round play held a 17-14 lead with three ends to play.
Team Chapman put in great finish to win on extra end.
After the normal 21 ends had been played, team Edwards came home strong to level the scores 19-19.
After the extra end was played team Chapman picked up three shots to run out the winners.
In other results, Brian Bailey, Colin Stone and Don Coleman defeated Barry Werfel, Rick Reynolds and Peter Morales 28-23.
Dennis Beatty and Carl Spilker defeated Josh Woodcock and Dougald Braithwaite 17-11.
John Edmonds, Brian Payne and Bill Meredith defeated Kel Limbrick, Richard Denman and Clive Neutze 19-18.
Keith Edwards, Paul Rubie and Gordon Lewis defeated Bill Pope, Vic Roberts and Harold Wall 18-12.
Jim Starkey and Kevin Gould defeated John Cummins and Owen Williams 22-14.
Duties of players, the second bowls etiquette suggests that the second should introduce opposing players before the start of the match.
His other duties are .
A. In a four.
1)carry out the duties of scorer
2)collect green fees if applicable
3)consult his opponent and enter names on score sheets
4) record the scores after each end and keep the scoreboard correct after every second end.