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Men's semis all but decided

As promised a quick write up on the mens championship singles so far... The mens event saw 15 sections compete on the first day with some hum dinger games. Eventual winners of the sectional play were: Ian Bryden Lee Farrell General Strawberry Pacman B Heesom J Nicolatis Reece Pender Cavey Gary Yogi The Meshiah Kingy Dewey The post sectional play saw General stomp his authority with wins over Lee and Strawberry. General will play the winner of Pacman and Reece in Semi final 1. In the bottom half of the draw it was big scalp after big scalp. Cavey knocking out Pender and then the great man himself Gary Caffell...who accounted for Yogi in his previous game. The Meshiah took out Kingy before Dew

All the single ladies!

We're fast approaching the pointy end of the season and OPBC is in the midst of deciding the final championship of the year with the mens and ladies club singles championships commencing last Sunday. Let's take a gander at some of the ladies results from the weekend and who will play who next. Don't panic...I'll get to the mens next time :) Section 1 saw Julie-Anne Summers triumph over Janet Matthews and Pam Chalmers. Julie-Anne was on nothing short of a mission. It was great to see her play with such intensity and focus! Section 2 was won by Hailey Adams over Nolene Mudge and Amanda Masters. Nolene was my favorite in this section...why? Because she was out there in the thick of it and gave

Translation required

Time for another one of those light hearted posts... Bowls lingo...ever heard someone shout something out and think WTF?? Lets translate a few of the things heard on the green these days. "Good weight!" = lousy line "Good line" = lousy weight "Good back bowl" = you were lucky you didn't put it in the ditch "That's in their way" = that's in my way "That could be useful up there" = that bowl is closer to you than it is to the jack "Get it next time" = you sure didn't get it this time And what about: "good track!" and "great path" = good line...but your weight was woeful "you're in the area" - you're close but not close enough "good home" = you might get shot out of it later "you're swimming" =

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