First Division Bounces Back

After some disappointing games, First Division bounced back against Meadows in blustery, difficult conditions with a convincing win.  Christine Keller’s rink won by 21 shots whilst Malcolm got home by 10 shots.  Phil Nagel’s rink squandered a lead late in the game to go down by 8 shots.
The win placed the team back in the four and meet sixth placed Oakbank at home next week.

Second Division took no mercy on Meadows with all rinks home by large margins.  Ray Rattney’s “Dream team” continued to dominate the “Rink of the Week” results with a 27 shot win.  Michael Wheal and Bill Robertson’s rinks completed the clean sweep with 18 and 17 shot wins respectively.
Next week, still holding onto fourth position, they meet eight placed Oakbank at home.

Third Division welcomed Andrew Brown, Daniel Gingell and Cia Staunton (nearly 14yo) , all Knight Bowlers, to help cover for the unavailability of members for various reasons.  Thank you guys.
Val Deeble’s rink met past nemesis Mary Matthews and won by two shots.
Next week they meet bottom placed Oakbank at Oakbank.

Results were:   

Saturday  11th February 2017
Division 1 Hahndorf (5) defeated Meadows (10)                             83 – 60
Christine Keller, Bill Fairley, Tim Anderson, Richard Crocker              36 – 15
Malcolm Keller, Roger Mableson, Rick Babidge, Jamie Burt                27 – 17
Phil Nagel, Bob Edwards, Graham Evans, Chris Button                       20 – 28

Division 2 Hahndorf  (4) defeated Meadows (10)                              101 – 39
Bill Robertson, Kevin Spalding, Brian Buckingham, Ron Bateman         32 – 15
Michael Wheal, Carolyne Edwardes, Scott Brooks, Shelly Howe            31 – 13
Ray Rattray, Chris Rowe, Di Bateman, Alby Gluyas                                38 – 11

Division 3 Hahndorf (8) defeated by Lobethal #3(6)                              37 – 63
Allan McMahon, Tom Hennessey, sub,  Matthew Armitage                       10 – 25
Barbara Shields, Rob Burton, sub, Jennie Benham                                   13 – 26
Val Deeble, Martin Corner, sub, Eric Biar                                                   14 – 12