Last weekend’s bowls action at the Narrabri Sporties was rain-affected and saw a final stopped and postponed, however a pennant trial managed to be played.
On Saturday the men’s Club Fours final between the teams of David Briggs, Bob Cantrill, Preston Clark and David Dewar, and Leo Hall, Trevor Dean, Norm Walford and Kevin Baguley was washed out after just seven ends of play.
At that stage in the game both teams had secured four shots each.
That final will continue at 4-all this Sunday from 1pm.
Narrabri Sporties hosted Wee Waa Bowling Club in a pennant trial on Sunday morning ahead of the first rounds of the two clubs’ respective seasons which will be played later this month.
Narrabri Travelling Bowlers were host to the Denman travelling bowlers last weekend.
Due to the rain only two ends of bowls were played.
This is an annual event with both teams travelling every second year.
The winner for 2020 was decided by a draw of cards and went to Denman.
Most of the bowlers enjoyed the day playing Bowls Hoy (which is a card game of bowls) and euchre.
Bowls scheduled to be played this weekend is as follows:
Sunday at 9am:
State Fours playoff game – Dave Dewar, Norm Walford, Kevin Baguley and Trinity Kelly v Preston Clark, Paul Crutcher, Cameron Yates and Sam Pryor. The winner of that match will advance to the final 16 teams in the competition at state level.
Sunday at 1pm:
Club Fours final continues – David Briggs, Bob Cantrill, Preston Clark and Dave Dewar v Leo Hall, Trevor Dean, Norm Walford and Kevin Baguley.
Nominations for the Narrabri Sporties’ Club Triples close on Wednesday, February 19.To order photos from this page click here