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Bowls News and Social Bowls News for Bingara this week
Social Bowls in Bingara

All things about bowls in Bingara

All things about bowls results and what’s on next week in Bingara’s Bowls News

There was 4 playing social bowls last Wednesday; Barry Carr and Graeme Mack defeated Allister Lemin and Jim Henderson 18 shots to 9.

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                             Col Moore Mixed Triples

Round 2 of the Col Moore mixed triples were played on Saturday with the following results; John Herring, Robyn O’Neile and Garry O’Neile defeated Dale Baldock, Nicole Dixon and Stuart Dixon 17 shots to 15; Kylie Bond, Paul Bond and Ben Mack were defeated by John Robinson, Jill Carmody and Graeme Mack 32 shots to 8; Narelle Watts, Kevin Galvin and Trevor Galvin were defeated by Irene Edwards, David Childs and Graham McManus 23 shots to 7; Bev Roberg, Col Roberg and Phil Brien were defeated by Georgina O’Keeffe, Jim Henderson and Col Whitfield 16 shots to 12.

                                     Frost Cup

On Saturday the Frost cup played between Bingara and Barraba Bowling club will be played at the Bingara bowling club at 10.00am. With the Following bowlers; Andrew Wadley, Ben Mack, Stuart Dixon; Herb Phillpott, David Withers, Kerry O’Bryan; John Herring, Col Roberg, Phil Brien; Justin Hellmuth, Paul Bond, Allister Lemin; Mick Walton, David Childs, Graham McManus; Dale Baldock, Peter Smith, Graeme Mack; Jack Walton, Garry O’Neile and Col Whitfield.

                                    Jackpot Open pairs

On Saturday 30 October the Jackpot open pairs will been played Starting at 10.30am.

Wednesday 20 October; social bowls                          1.30pm

Saturday 23 October; Frost Cup in Bingara               10.00am

Wednesday 27 October; Social bowls                          1.30pm

Saturday 30 October; Open jackpot Pairs                 10.30am                 

                                     

Duty team Trevor Galvin, Dale Baldock, Garry O’Neile and Graham McManus

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