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64 Wednesday June 7, 2017
Gentleman's Luncheon Commences
Noon Lunch Served
12.15pm Speech from Peter and Nick
1.15pm Head to Rotary Oval to see second half
of Second Grade Game Cooma V
2.30pm Cooma Rugby Old Boys V Cauliflower
3.00pm Cooma V Goulburn First Grade
3.40pm Half Time of First grade will see a tribute
to Bede Nichols
5.00pm Back to the Alpine For After Game
function which will include Auctioning of
Cooma Old Boys Jumpers to raise
money for the Cauliflower Club.
RSVP and payment by 9 June 2017 to:
Marcus Caldwell 0488 676 592
Charles Quodling 0414 739 427
Direct Deposit with your name as reference
Dress: Shirt & Tie
17 JUNE 2017 | ALPINE HOTEL
11AM | $80 PP | RSVP 9.6.17
IF PAID ON THE DAY $100 PP
Peter Fitzsimons and Nick Farr Jones
TO OUR SPONSORS
Last Wednesday Peter Harris played
swinging lead for Alby Marshall and
Renate Winckel and for Cathy Abel
and Mick Mayhew.
Cathy and Mick were quick off the
mark to lead 13/0 after just five ends
and although kept on 14 for five ends
went on to win 20/10. Mary Boller,
Mike Mannile and Ron Wainwright had
Bronwyn Abel, Ken Rees and Paul
Cannell stuck on six shots for six ends
before going on to win 18/13. Next
Wednesday will be the start of the
Bill Elder Shield and will continue on
second Wednesday of each month till
On Saturday the match Allan Crowe,
Mary Murphy and Ron Wainwright
v Peter Marsicano, Henry Speering
and Renate Winckel recorded some
big end scores in the early stages
with Allan, Mary and Ron gaining a
15/7 lead on 11. A storming finish by
Peter, Henry and Renate gained them
a win 24/19. Daphne Buckley, Robbie
Roberson and Neil McGregor were
right on target against Bronwyn Abel,
Darren Collins and Terry Croker and
kept their opposition on five for seven
ends and on eight for the final four
ends to win 25/8. Mario Frezza and
Guilio D’Amico were 11/11 with Cathy
Abel and Olga Jebbink on 13 but were
kept on 11 for a further five ends with
Cathy and Olga going on to win 25/18.
Some new faces among the 12
starters on Sunday who enjoyed calm
sunny conditions. Francis Cremmin,
Craig Hillock and Paul Cannell were
very much the dominant team against
Bronwyn Abel, Adam Cambourne and
Darren Collins in their 36/9 victory.
Cathy Abel, Daphne Buckley and
Henry Speering were evenly matched
with Ken Rees, Mary Murphy and
Renate Winckel for the first eight
ends till Ken, Mary and Renate scored
five shots on end nine and stayed in
front until end 17 where Henry’s team
scored four and went on to win 21/15.
Entries for Minor Pairs will close
on 18/6/17. Only eight entries at last
count but 27 individual entries for
SNOWY MOUNTAINS BOWLING
The Annual General Meeting of the
Association will be held at Jindabyne
on July 16 commencing at 10am.
Clubs should nominate three delegates
for the Committee.
FAR SOUTH COAST BOWLING
Our Grade Seven Pennant Team
will travel to Tarren Point to contest
the State finals on August 4-6 . Their
opponents, in order of play are Hunter
Zone, Greater Western Sydney, Mid
Winner of section three (if they win
section) plays winner section four with
winner contesting the final. We wish
Cooma bowling news
ADFA outguns Red Devils Firsts 45-17
After an enormous 63-5 win over Easts at Rotary
Oval last week, the Cooma Red Devils were
outgunned by ADFA in a special, double-points
round last Saturday.
Some confusion over the venue saw games start
late, with the reserves on the paddock at 2pm.
A faster and heavier outfit muscled Cooma out of
scoring, with ADFA enjoying a 17-nil victory.
Things looked like improving in First Grade when
Cooma scored the first try, but ADFA quickly replied.
To their credit, the Firsts posted 17 points, but ADFA
had the goods on them and won 45-17.
There is a general bye this weekend and on June
17, the Red Devils will enjoy the old boys luncheon
followed by an expectedly torrid encounter with
Goulburn at Rotary Oval.
Reserves grade met with soild defence.
Reserve grade was unlucky to score.
‘Steggles’ Ingram on the burst.
Two against one.
Pat Egan bulldozes through the defence.
Adam Schofield avoids a tackle.
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