“Makes me want to be at Hahndorf for a bowl. Regards to all..” Robin.
The Club is indebted to David for his continued support and we congratulate him on reaching this marvelous milestone.
Best wishes from all of us for a wonderful birthday on Monday.
After being down throughout the game, Division one got home by four shots against Mt Pleasant at Mt Pleasant. Malcolm Keller’s rink held sway during the day and won by eight shots. Bob Edward’s rink got in front by three shots, however not without a fright loosing thirteen shots on three early ends. Christine Keller’s rink had a tough battle but recovered gaining six shots in the closing ends to go down by seven shots.
Division Two had a tough assignment against Woodside’s top side and went down by forty one shots. Ron Batman’s rink gave a great account of themselves getting within three shots but unfortunately Bill Robertson and Tom Hennesseys’ rinks lost by seventeen and twenty one shots respectively. The team remained in fourth spot on the ladder and meet third placed Lobethal at home next week.
Division 1 Hahndorf (6) defeated Mt Pleasant (7) at Mt Pleasant 70 – 66
C. Keller, T. Anderson, A. Stevens, G. Evans 16 – 23
M. Keller, M. Wheal, R Rattray, R. Crocker 24 – 16
R. Edwards, C. Edwardes, P. Nagel, C. Button 30 – 27
Division 2 Hahndorf (4) defeatded by Woodside (2) at Woodside 31 – 72
W. Robertson, A. McMahon, B Engel, P. Grego 11 – 28
R. Bateman, D. Bateman, J. Benham, V. Deeble 13 – 16
T. Hennessey, C. Rowe, J. Thompson, D. Turner 7 – 28
What a wonderful way to finish the Saturday Pennant Season! Our three teams had excellent wins which was followed by a most enjoyable and successful social function back at the Clubrooms.
Division One made it three in a row with a sound win over Mt Pleasant by twelve shots. Rick Babidge’s rink found form and have a runaway win by fifteen shots. Christine Keller’s rink had a battle royal which culminated in a twenty four all draw. Bob Edward’s rink made a charge back to the front after a slow start but fell short by three shots at the end.
The team finished in fifth place, one win and eight shots away from fourth.
Division Two got home in a nail-biting finish by one shot. Bill Robertson’s rink returned to form with a resounding win by sixteen shots. Ray Rattray and Carolyne Edwardes’ rinks had a difficult time going down by seven and eight shots respectively.
Whilst finishing in seventh place they had equal number of wins with the fifth and sixth placed teams.
Division Three also came home with a win over Mt Pleasant by ten shots. They needed to win all rinks to get back in the four but fell short by two points. Ron Bateman’s rink again starred with a seventeen shot win which was enough to cover Tom Hennessey and Tali Buttons’s rinks three and four shot losses.
Finishing in fifth place two points outside the four but with one extra win, the the team is to be congratulated on their performances throughout the year. With a considerable change to the team each week they aquitted themselves very well.
Division 1 Hahndorf defeated Mt Pleasant at Hahndorf 74 – 62
C. Keller, M. Keller, L. Lambert, T. Anderson 24 – 24
R Babidge, R. Mableson, C. Button, G. Evans 31 – 16
R. Edwards, P. Nagel, S. Maddern, R. Crocker 19 – 22
Division 2 Hahndorf defeated Mt Pleasant at Hahndorf 56 – 55
W. Robertson, M. Wheal, J. Benham, B. Buckingham 28 – 12
R. Rattray, A. McMahon, V. Deeble, A. Button 13 – 20
C. Edwardes, C. Rowe, S. Brooks, D. Davis 15 – 23
Division 3 Hahndorf defeated Mt Pleasant at Mt Pleasant 58 – 48
T. Hennessey, P Williams, R. Burton, M. Armitage 16 – 19
R. Bateman, D. Bateman, B. Shields, J. Liebelt 29 – 12
T. Button, P. Wakefield, D. Turner, R. Munday 13 – 17
Division One hosted Oakbank and came away with a comfortable win. Christine and Malcolm Kellers’ rinks had wins by nine and four shots respectively whilst Bob Edwards’ rink missed by three shots. The overall result was ten shots. Next week the team plays seventh placed Mt Pleasant at Mt Pleasant with the hope of another win.
Division Two were not that lucky and met top placed Lenswood and lost by twenty eight shots. Best of our rinks was Ron Bateman’s who had a great fight loosing by two shots. Tom Hennessey and Bill Robertson’s rinks had a tough day going down by fourteen and twelve shots respectively. Next week they meet second placed Woodside at Woodside – another difficult assignment.
Division 1 Hahndorf defeated Oakbank at Hahndorf 71 – 61
C. Keller, T. Anderson, A. Stevens, S. Howe 25 – 21
M. Keller, M. Wheal, R Rattray, R. Crocker 24 – 15
R. Edwards, C. Edwardes, L. Lambert, B. Buckingham 22 – 25
Division 2 Hahndorf Vs Lenswood at Hahndorf 49 – 77
W. Robertson, A. McMahon, B Engel, J. Liebelt 16 – 28
R. Bateman, D. Bateman, J. Benham, V. Deeble 17 – 19
T. Hennessey, P. Wakefield, P Williams, D. Turner 16 – 30
The Club’s new polo tops for use at Club functions or when playing at other club gala days went on show at the recent Uraidla Skin’s Day last Sunday. Designed by Val Deeble and approved by your committee the top combines the Club’s colors plus the heritage 1842 windmill on the lower back.
Members are encouraged to purchase one for use at the Club or other events. See Val for more information Costs start @ $50.00 (inc GST).
Well done Val..
Top Division continued on its winning way giving itself at slim chance of making the final four if a miracle happens at Uraidla next Saturday. Should Uraidla win all rinks over Mt Barker and Hahndorf win all rinks it is mathematically possible to sneak in. Anything is possible!
Christine Keller and Bob Edward’s rinks have excellent wins at Woodside whilst Rick Babidge’s rink fought back to get within six shots at the finish. Next week they play Mt Pleasant at home with a great chance of finishing with a win.
Second Division were not that lucky with President Bill’s rink having a day they would prefer to forget. Carolyne Edwardes’ rink had a tussle all day with Ray Rattray’s rink providing the bright spark with a nine shot win.
Third Division needed to win to have any chance of making the four and win they certainly did. Ron Bateman’s rink showed no mercy with a twenty two shot win and Tom Hennessey made it a double with an eighteen shot win. Tali Button welcomed Pam Grego back for her first game of the season. Unfortunately the rink went down by twelve shots. The team sits just outside the four and a solid win next week should see them back and playing finals. Best of luck.
Division 1 Hahndorf defeated Woodside at Woodside 70 – 59
C. Keller, M. Keller, L.Lambert, T.Anderson 26 – 17
R. Babidge, R. Mableson, C. Button, G. Evans 16 – 22
R. Edwards, P. Nagel, S. Maddern, R. Crocker 28 – 20
Division 2 Hahndorf defeated by Woodside at Woodside 46 – 76
R. Rattray, A. McMahon, V. Deeble, R. Munday 21 – 12
W.Robertson, M. Wheal, J. Benham, B. Buckingham 9 – 36
C. Edwardes, C. Rowe, A. Gluyas, S. Howe 16 – 28
Division 3 Hahndorf defeated Woodside at Hahndorf 83 – 51
R.Bateman, D. Bateman, B. Shields, A. Button 37 – 11
T. Button, P. Wakefield, P. Grego, D. Turner 15 – 27
T. Hennessey, P. Williams, R. Burton, J. Liebelt 31 – 13
The Club’s end of season dinner will be held at one of our long standing sponsors – The Haus. It will be held on Friday 6th April 2018 and the timing is 6.15 for 6.30 pm. The costing will be $30.00 per head and the attachment below gives all a look at the menu. Any specific requirements can be provided by contacting the Treasurer who will pass on your details.
A list together with the menu is on our Notice Board for you to enter your numbers. Payment is required NLT 26th March 2018 either in cash, cheque or EFT.
This event is about getting together and having a night of fellowship with team mates and enjoying each others company. We have booked the private room but need to have 40 bookings to hold. The food is secondary but important. Put the date in diary now and place your numbers when next at the Club.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Looking to go back-to-back, Christine Keller and Carolyne Edwardes entered the semi-final at Lenswood in fine form. The early ends saw them skip away to a comfortable lead and were never challenged by the Lobethal pair after the score got to 19-3 at the middle stage. Christine and Carolyne went on to win 21 – 9.
The Final against the Lenswood pair again saw Christine and Carolyne get an early break leading 13 – 5 after nine ends. The rest of the ends gave Lenswood a chance with our girls going off the ‘boil’ but they held on to win 14 – 12. Congratulations from all our members and supporters.
Our Men’s pair of Phil Nagel and Chris Rowe had a tight tussle against the Meadows pair and finally broke free by the middle of the game and went on to win 13 – 6.
The Final was a different affair against the highly fancied Lobethal team. The lead changed hands with Phil and Chris getting their noses in front and with the match locked away at eight all after seven ends. Unfortunately the Lobethal team got their game going and ran out winners 19 – 10.
Congratulations on making the final from all our members and supporters.
It is a credit to our Club to have representatives in both finals. Christine, Carolyne, Phil and Chris were great ambassadors and played the game in a sportsmanlike manner. Thank you to all the members who supported the bowlers along the way through to the finals.
After so many close matches, Division One returned to the winners circle against the highly rated Mt Barker. Christine Keller’s rink provided the winning result with the scores locked together with her rink having two ends to play. Bob Edward’s rink had a serious tussle getting home by three shots whilst Rick Babidge’s rink fought back from a slow start to hit the front with two ends to play but unfortunately went down by three shots. Good fortune and good bowling saw Christine’s rink win the last end to give Hahndorf a hard fought win.
Division Two did not have similar luck although winning two rinks. Chris Rowe got home by six shots and Ray Rattray by two. Bill Robertson’s rink suffered a disappointing loss going down by twenty three shots. Not a day Bill and his team would like to remember.
After a promising start to the season, Division Three had a difficult day at Mt Barker. Playing under the dome, all three rinks went down but not without a fight. Tom Hennessey’s rink got within six shots of their opponents with Tali Button and Ron Batemans’ rinks loosing by twelve and fifteen shots respectively.
Division 1 Hahndorf defeated Mt Barker at Hahndorf 65 – 63
C. Keller, M. Keller, L.Lambert, T.Anderson 22 – 19
R. Babidge, R. Mableson, C. Button, G. Evans 22 – 25
R. Edwards, P. Nagel, S. Maddern, R. Crocker 21 – 19
Division 2 Hahndorf defeated by Mt Barker #1 at Hahndorf 49 – 64
R. Rattray, A. McMahon, V. Deeble, R. Munday 16 – 14
W.Robertson, M. Wheal, A. Gluyas, B. Buckingham 10 – 33
C. Rowe, C. Edwardes, S> Brooks, S. Howe 23 – 17
Division 3 Hahndorf defeated by Mt Barker at Mt Barker 42 – 75
R.Bateman, D. Bateman, B. Shields, J. Benham 13 – 28
T. Button, P. Wakefield, P. Williams, D. Turner 12 – 24
T. Hennessey, M. Armitage, R. Burton, J. Liebelt 17 – 23