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Bowls In Focus : Bowls In Focus May 2010
26 Bowls In Focus Try our demo bowls before you buy Roy will be very happy to assist you 61 Walker Street Dandenong Phone: 03 9793 3487 Your enjoyment is our business DANDENONG'S SPECIALIST BOWLS SHOP HIGHWAY BOWLS CENTRE HIGHWAY BOWLS CENTRE Ty y y Roy will be very happy to assist you 61 Walker Street Dandenong Phone: 03 9793 3487 Your enjoyment is our business 30th BIRTHDAY SUPER SALE NOW ON GENUINE REDUCTIONS Position Vacant LAWN BOWLS COACH Apply to: Mentone Bowling Club: Address: 2 Swanston St Mentone VIC 3194 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: John Horler (03) 9587 3492 Applications close: Friday 28th May 2010 Mentone Bowling Club Inc. sensational with the Burwood club's magnificent greens bathed in sunshine and surrounded by an appreciative crowd cheering on their charges. Adding to an almost carnival atmosphere was the ubiquitous sausage sizzle aroma of onions on the griddle wafting across the greens. There were eight schools and colleges from east and west of Melbourne competing in this competi- tion, some with multiple teams. In Division 1 it was the Balwyn High School 'A' team of Tal Cohen, Alistair Cooper-Golec and Jerome Coles (skip) reigning supreme over their rivals, the Scotch College 'A' team of Craig Foster, Andrew Hummerston and Sam Tear (skip) to win the very handsome Bob Poulton Trophy 15-7. The Division 1 second final was a keenly con- tested match between St Kevin's College 'A' team of Angus Fitzgerald, William Kennish and Phillip Johnson (skip) and the Caulfield Grammarians 'B' This competition has been an excellent show- case for new talent over the years and it was pleas- ing to see a few more female students involved now. In fact the winners of Division 2, Footscray City College, was skipped by Sarah Lyons, who with Kingsley and Kelvin O'Connor, played their way to a massive win over Melbourne High School 19-5. A special mention for the Division 4 grand final winners, Deer Park Secondary College. It was their first year in the competition and they are so keen, with their team of Poppy Cheardchoo, Belinda Fox and Ryan Arneel (skip) being highly visible at every session. You would not have seen a prouder bunch anywhere. Let's hope some of these young bowlers can fur- ther their bowling careers as have some of the past from this competition including Melbourne players Scott Mortimer and Victor Chett, who represented their club in the recent RVBA Premier Division Pen- nant grand final, the toughest bowls theatre in the state. Lachlan Jolly from Chadstone and Werribee RSL's Ben Major are a couple of others who have furthered their careers in bowls after a stint the an- nual schools pennant competition. The Bowls Victoria Junior Bowls Committee is to be commended for the organisation of this competi- tion, especially Doug Kneebone and Bob Bennett, with a special vote of appreciation to major spon- sors Henselite for their time-honoured support of this event. - Marnie Gregory Schools Pennant Finals Blitz • Above: Balwyn High School were the proud winners of the Bob Poulton Schools Pennant grand final trophy. • Below: Competitors at last month's Metropolitan Schools Grand Final at Burwood.
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