The annual Champagne Breakfast and Bowls will be held on Sunday 4 February.
Breakfast, including the champers, will begin at 9am.
Bowls will start at 10.30am, with a pop stick draw.
Breakfast is $12 and bowls an extra $5.
The list is on the board, so make sure your name is there!
It is always a great day, with lots of fun and laughter (aided by the champers!), so take time out to enjoy a social game in between pennants and championships.
Another Championship was completed in January. The finals for the Men's Championship Pairs was held on Sunday 7 January.
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The finals of the ladies championship pairs were held on Wednesday 9 January. What exciting games they were, that had you on the edge of your seat to the very end.
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Australia Day is fast approaching and it's time to highlight your heritage in the famous Australia vs the Rest of the World bowl off!
There will be one game of 21 ends to determine the best nation.
Eligibility is the country in which you were born.
Teams will be chosen by nominated selectors, so if you want your birthplace to be represented, put your best foot forward and nominate!
Dress code is country of origin costume, and there will be a prize for the best dressed.
Be there at 9am for a hearty Aussie breakfast, with the game beginning around 10am.
Cost is $5 for breakfast and $5 for bowls - $10 for both!
Nominations close at 5pm on Thursday 25 January.
See you all there on Friday - Australia Day.
There will not be any pennants played on Saturday 27 January. If Australia Day isn't enough bowling for you, then put your name on the list to play Any Combination 2x4x2 Pairs instead.
Be there at 12.30 for a 1pm start.
Dress is mufti and the cost is $10 per player.
Leading into Australia Day on Thursday 25 January is the Any Combination 3 Bowl Pairs.
Use this to get your eye in for the Australia vs The Rest of the World competition on Oz Day!
Be there at 12.30 for a 1pm start.
Dress is mufti and cost is $10 per player.
List is on the board.
The semi finals for the 2017/18 Men's Championship Pairs was played last Sunday, 7 January, in warm, summery conditions.
As always, competition was fierce and there were some close games across the rinks.
Play got underway at 9.30am and the second round, didn't finish until late afternoon.
The finals will be played next Sunday, 14 January at 1pm.
In the Major Brett Holland and Mike Rickard will take on Eoghan Gahan and Peter Gale.
The Plate will be contested by Doug Baker and Rob McClung who will play against Greg Carbines and Garath Peers.
Best of luck to all players.
The crowd may not have been huge, but those who celebrated New Year at the club made up for it with much laughter and comradeship.
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Christmas has been celebrated and it is now time to welcome the New Year and all it brings!
So say goodbye to 2017 year and ring in 2018 at the Club in a game of Mixed Drawn Bowls.
The bar will open at 3pm (until late) this Sunday 31 December, to celebrate New Year's Eve.
Bowls will begin a 7pm, with an entry fee of $6.
Dress is neat mufti.
There will be a pop stick draw for Fours & Triples.
Enjoy 21 ends, with a tea break at 11 ends. Don't forget to bring a plate for supper following the bowls.
The New Year celebrations will be filled with music, fun and a few surprises!
To all our members, families, friends and business partners, may 2018 be filled with health, happiness and success in all that you do.
To members, family and friends.