Bowral 1st grade where never in the hunt in there match against wallacia at Bowral.
Bowral winning one Rink wallacia two rinks .
- Wallacia 82 shots
- Bowral 36 shots
- Wallacia 9 points
- Bowral 1 point
Noel Fraser, Jim Neely, Carl Spilker and Mick Spong defeated Wallacia 21-15.
This was the only Bowral side taking points from Wallacia on the day.
Bowral was trying to get the break early and this they did leading 8-2 after seven ends in a low scoring first half Bowral had a 12-7 lead.
Wallacia came back strong and able to promote good shots to only trail 16-15 with two ends to play.
On the last two ends Bowral did not give Wallacia a chance and they scored five shots to win the match by six shots.
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Stephen Della, Dennis Beatty, Paul Leverett and Mick Armstrong lost to Wallacia 27-12.
Bowral found Wallacia too good on the day and lost by 15 shots,
Oscar Wahlin, David Coltman, Nathan Boyers and Josh Woodcock lost to Wallacia 40-3.
This goes against the form the Bowral side has showed this season and know one could have seen this score coming.
Today was certainly not there day and let's hope they are responding in a positive manner after the Easter break.
2nd grade played Picton at Bowral.
Bowral winning two rinks and one rink had a draw.
- Bowral 69 shots
- Picton 38 shots
- Bowral 9and half points
- Picton half point.
Graham Hunt, Ken Looke, Bob Crowley and Robin Staples defeated Picton 26-8
Daniel Lewis, Owen Williams, Mick Flynn and Don Chapman defeated Picton 26-13
Richard Denman, Jim Starkey, Alistair McGhee and Bob Edwards had a 17-17 draw.
3rd grade Bowral played competition leaders Campbelltown city at Bowral.
Campbelltown city won all three rinks.
- Campbelltown City 75 shots
- Bowral 48 shots.
- Campbelltown City 10 points
- Bowral 0 points.
Joel Hunt, Brian Payne, Gordon Lewis and Mike Holmwood lost to Campbelltown city 19-16.
John Edmonds, Kevin Jones, Harold Wall, Clive Neutze lost to Campbelltown city 27-20.
Kel Limbrick, Glen Giese, Peter Morales and Dan Ticehurst lost to Campbelltown city 29-12.
More pennants will resume after the Easter break.