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Bowls In Focus : May 2011
Bowls In Focus 19 70 Bell Street, Heidelberg Heights 3081 t: 9455 1339 f: 9455 0251 email@example.com www.melbournebowls.com.au Templestowe Sunshine Foot scray Essendon Tullamarine Broadmeadows Glen roy Preston Northcot e CBD Eltham Tho mastow n St Kilda Ashburton Kew Box Hill Ringwood Do ncast er Heidelberg Ladies Isis & Men’s Centurion Seneca NEW! Comfortable Leather shoes at a comfortable price Out of our 120 new sets of bowls in stock on identical bowls with any advertised in this edition of Bowls In Focus. However, when Phillips eventually changed her strategy she managed to go shot-for-shot with Odgers for the rest of the match, although, realistically it was already too late. During elimination rounds at Ballarat’s Sebastopol club Fisher defeated David Daws from Moonee Valley and Essen- don’s Mathew Rennex - his Plumbtec Golden Pairs winning partner - before accounting for Lilydale’s Josh Sanders in a semi final. However, because of his participation in the metropolitan premier division grand final, he was required to play the re-scheduled final at Rosamond a month later. Similarly, Mahoney’s trip to Rosa- mond saw him claim victories over Warracknabeal’s James Robertson, Tocumwal teen Curtis Hanley and former winner Scott Mortimer from Melbourne. The women’s competition started out at Berwick where Odgers and Phillips progressed to the main event in fine style. Odgers powered her way through her first two rounds against Stephanie Priest from Bendigo and Wunghnu’s Elisa Rigoni, then overcame a deter- mined Alexandra Smith from Cobram to book her state final berth at Rosamond. In contrast, Phillips prevailed in a no-holds-barred battle with defend- ing champion Kirsty Poile from Fitzroy Victoria, then outplayed Sunbury’s Chloe Stewart before lodging an strong 16-shot win over recent state senior debutante Elise Cowan from Sunbury in the semi finals. - David Allen Victorian Under-25 Singles Championships at Rosamond Bowls Club Men: Rd.1: J Sanders (Lilydale) d B Ad- dison (Colac City) 25-19, D Fisher (Clayton) d D Daws (Moonee Valley) 25-20, J King (Wodonga) d Z Won- ing (Burwood) 25-21, B Mahoney (Webbcona) d J Robertson (War- racknabeal) 25-24 . Rd.2: Sanders d C Everett (Morn- ington Civic) 25-24, Fisher d M Ren- nex (Essendon) 25-21, S Mortimer (Melbourne) d King 25-22, Mahoney d Curtis Hanley (Tocumwal) 25-3 . Semi finals: Mahoney d Mortimer 25-15, Fisher d Sanders 25-12 . Final: Dylan Fisher (Clayton) d Brett Mahoney (Webbcona) 25-15 . Women: Round of 16: E Rigoni (Wunghnu) d A Roberts (Marysville) 25-13, C Odgers (Sunbury) d S Priest (Bendigo) 25-4, A Smith (Cobram) d K Day (Monbulk) 25-20, S Smith (Glenroy) d E Thatcher (Mooroopna Golf) 25-24, L Phillips (Richmond Union) d K Poile (Fitzroy Victoria) 25-23, C Stewart (Sunbury) d A Draffen (Ivanhoe) 25-17, K Sherlock (Ferntree Gully) d V Troster (Mt Wa- verley) 25-21, E Cowan (Sunbury) d K Odgers (Sunbury) 25-24 . Quarter finals: C Odgers d Rigoni 25-5, A Smith d S Smith 25-20, Phillips d Stewart 25-13, Cowan d Sherlock 25-18. Semi finals: Phillips d Cowan 25-9, C Odgers d A Smith 25-13. Final: Carla Odgers (Sunbury) d Lisa Phillips (Richmond Union) 25-9 . • Far Left: Newly crowned champions Carla Odgers and Dylan Fisher flank Bowls Victoria director Maureen Con- nolly at the presentations. • Left: Clayton teen sensation Dylan Fisher on his winning way. • Above: Carla Odgers from Sunbury on route to her maiden title victory. • Below: Diminutive Lisa Phillips from Richmond Union struggled to find form in the Under-25 play-off. • Right: Webbcona club champion Brett Mahoney in action during the state final. State Titles For Young Internationals
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