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n an exciting initiative for the sport, Bowls SA and the other State and Territory Associations have partnered with Bowls Australia and the Australian Sports Commission to employ regionally based Community Development Officers. In South Australia two Community Development Officers have been appointed and I welcome Richard Law (North/Western) and Mark Easton (South/Eastern) to these new positions. In the past one of the difficulties for Bowls SA has been the servicing of regional Member Clubs and the two thirds of the membership that resides outside metropolitan Adelaide. To have two resources based in regional areas is a huge plus for the sport and will assist in overcoming some of these problems. The Community Development Officers main focus will be to provide club development services and assistance to Member Clubs in areas such as membership acquisition and maintenance, governance, volunteer management, grants and finances. Through the provision of these services it is envisaged that Member Clubs will be stronger and more sustainable, which will in turn benefit the Members, and I congratulate Bowls Australia on this initiative. Richard and Mark will be valuable assets for Member Clubs and I wish them well in their new endeavours and these important roles. More information on the Community Development Officers can be found on Page 8. The MGA Men’s Country Carnival is the biggest event that Bowls SA runs with over 1,100 bowlers participating over the eight days of the event and the Official Program is included as a pull-out in this issue. Both the Men’s and Women’s Country Carnivals have a rich history and provide a wonderful opportunity for bowlers from all over the State to not only test

themselves on the green in an extremely competitive competition, but also enjoy the camaraderie and fellowship that events such as these provide. These events would not be possible without the support and goodwill of the metropolitan Member Clubs - from the members who prepare the greens, to those preparing the meals in the kitchen and the important bar staff making sure that no one goes thirsty. Without their contribution and hard work the Country Carnival wouldn’t be the success and the great week that it is, on and off the green. An event of this nature also wouldn’t be possible without the backing of corporate partners and MGA have been long time partners of the sport in South Australia and I thank David Millington for his ongoing support. Adelaide Shores is another who invests in the sport and provide a number of accommodation options conveniently located to most Country Carnival venues. With a number of participants choosing to stay there, it certainly provides a hub of activity for the week and I encourage members that are looking for somewhere to stay in Adelaide, whether it be during the Country Carnival or at another time, to consider Adelaide Shores. Have a safe and enjoyable the Christmas. Regards

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President’s Message Bowls SA Update Clubs in the Limelight Collaborative Approach Open Singles Age no barrier for success Flying High MGA Men’s Country Carnival Program South Aussie Saves the Day High Performance Development Unbiased Opinion Regional Round-up Stinger’s Coaching Corner Past Presidents You be the Umpire Questions We Will Remember Them Classifieds Vale You Be The Umpire Answers Spot the Jack

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y now most of you will have some idea of how your side is faring in their quest for a pennant as the season reaches the midway point. Have pre-season expectations been reached? Or is there still more work to be done over the Christmas break? And talking pennants, it’s great to see so many Associations now posting their pennant results on the Bowls SA website. Many Men’s and Women’s Associations are in the process of amalgamating and, while this can often take time, streamlining administration and taking advantage of new technologies has so many benefits. With the Asia Pacific Championships underway I’m enjoying the opportunity to watch the elite players from the 15 participating countries battle it out on the Holdfast Bay and Lockleys greens. I trust many of you have taken up the opportunity as well.

The volunteers involved in the Championships, from scoreboard attendants to officials to carpark attendants, are to be commended on their generous service to the sport which is invaluable in conducting such a significant event. With World Bowls 2012 also being held in our State late next year the role of volunteers will be even more crucial to the success of this prestigious event. One of the key areas of the Strategic Plan is to ensure people with appropriate skill sets and attributes consider and are encouraged to volunteer their services on Bowls SA Committees, Council and Board positions. Work is being done in this area to ensure that those that volunteer are ‘rewarded’ by their experience. Have you thought of nominating for a Bowls SA position? You may be just the person we need. The sport has seen some big changes over recent years with more and more

younger players involved. Another key initiative of the Strategic Plan is to bring people from diverse backgrounds into the sport and this is an area that all Clubs can consider in their quest to increase membership. Bowls is truly an inclusive sport – a sport for everyone – and we are fortunate that it can be played by people of all ages and abilities. Two of our star bowlers Riina Bradbrook and Renee McPharlin have shown that age is no barrier to success, both having done well in their chosen sport and a report on their recent achievements is on Page 12. With Christmas fast approaching I hope everyone has a wonderful festive season and comes back in the New Year feeling refreshed and ready for new challenges. Best wishes

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[UPDAte [ Denise Caulfield 100 STATE GAMES Vice President Carol Boyle recently had the pleasure of presenting Cadell resident Denise Caulfield, who is currently a member of Prospect Broadview, with her retrospective 100 State game badge and certificate. Congratulations Denise on a wonderful achievement. SERvicE AwARD The Match & Program Committee is tasked with one of the hardest roles of all Bowls SA Committees having to prepare a Calendar of Events that suits Ron Mulliner the whole State, organise draws and conditions of play to satisfy the metropolitan pennant playing member’s needs, and manage the timing and running of all State Events. Ron Mulliner has served as Chair of the Committee, since 2008 and his commitment to the role was acknowledged recently when he was presented with a Bowls SA Service Award and Certificate. Congratulations Ron.

iTO Assessment National Officiating Director, Mark Cowan, assisted by Beth Young and Alf Boyle, conducted assessments of 33 umpires for ITO status with the process taking approximately 2½ hours per candidate. The candidates were given a variety of tasks including, marking a four end game of Singles (with the volunteer Single players making intentional mistakes), measuring exercises, judging distances and a 15 question closed book paper. Congratulations to the 20 successful candidates who were successful who will now be a great asset at State and National level.

ITO Candidates cHRiSTMAS clOSURE The Bowls SA office will close at midday on Thursday 22 December and reopen on Tuesday 3 January at 9.00am. On behalf of the Bowls SA Board and Staff we wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas and New Year.

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Congratulations... BETH YOUNG Beth is well known across South Australia and interstate for her expertise and commitment to the sport. Having resided on the Yorke Peninsula until recent years she has been honoured with Life Membership of Region 2, the Southern Yorke Peninsula Women’s Bowling Association and the Yorketown Bowling Club in recognition of her tireless service to the bowls community. In 2001 Beth was appointed as Chair of the SA Women’s Bowling Association Umpires Committee and following the merger to form Bowls SA in 2003 has continued to hold that position with Bowls SA to this day. Beth became a Level 3 Umpire in 2004, was subsequently appointed to the Bowls Australia Umpires Committee in 2005 and continues to serve in that capacity. In 2010 she became an accredited International Technical Official and has worked with Bowls Australia to ensure that South Australia has sufficient ITOs to meet the requirements for the Asia Pacific Championships and 2012 World Bowls being held in Adelaide. Beth has also been busy in other areas of the sport, being a qualified Level 2 Coach, Club, Association and Region Selector and Board member for her club, Mt Barker. Beth is certainly a star volunteer and worthy of being named Apia Volunteer of the Month.Congratulations Beth and enjoy your $150 pre-paid Visa card courtesy of APIA. Nominations for the next award close December 15, 2011. Refer to www.bowlssa.com.au for forms or contact Bowls SA on 8234 7544.


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LimeLight clEARviEw vOTED THE BEST The 2011 Clubs SA 2011 Annual Awards of Excellence presentation evening was held on Saturday 12 November at the Panasonic Pavilion, Allan Scott Park at Morphettville. Since 1985 this Annual Awards Night has continued to grow in its celebration of the achievements of the Club industry in South Australia. This year a new category of Award was introduced Ian Bailey accepting the award on behalf of Clearview from Club One Executive Officer recognising the ‘Best Bowling Michael Keenan Club’. Congratulations go to the Clearview Bowling Club which became the inaugural winner of this prestigious award, a great accomplishment, and the Club are understandably delighted with this success. Described by a judge as “a hidden gem of a bowling club with a country feel”, the Clearview Club was also accredited with being “the Club that encompasses the true essence of community, providing events and facilities for a number of disabled and wheelchair bound communities”. Congratulations to Clearview Club Chairman, Allan Weber, the Management Board, Bowls Committee, Staff, Volunteers and all Club Members for their work with the community, in achieving this outstanding recognition as ‘Clubs SA Best Bowling Club for 2011’. MEADOwS NEw lOOk Thanks to the District Council of Mt Barker, the Meadows clubhouse ceiling has been replaced and while this was underway the Club took the opportunity to install insulation and replace lights and fans. The flooring in the kitchen area and several kitchen appliances were also replaced. In September the Club produced a pamphlet which was mailed to Meadows and neighbouring nonbowling club towns. Then in October the Club manned a stall at the Echunga Primary School Spring Fair with the members resplendent in their new Club shirts. These initiatives have already gained new members for the Club and greatly assisted in raising the Club's profile in neighbouring communities. Further membership drives are planned with advertising and a mail drop in the new Meadows Development as it Top: Steve Smith and Barry McAllister at the Echunga Primary School Spring becomes populated. Fair; Above: Meadows Opening A good example of a club benefiting from a proactive approach in the community. SA Bowler December 2011

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owls Australia and Bowls SA are pleased to announce the recruitment of two Community Development Officers to improve service delivery to Clubs in South Australia. Richard Law has been recruited to service the NorthWestern region of the state and Mark Easton will cover the South-Eastern clubs. The Community Development Officer program has enabled 15 staff to be employed nationwide (excluding Queensland) who will be based within a geographical region to provide a level of support and assistance to affiliated clubs over and above previous Development Officer programs. Richard and Mark will be available to assist Clubs in the following areas: • Increase participation and membership within the sport of bowls; • Providing support to Clubs with business planning, member recruitment/retention, governance, funding, programs, information technology and volunteer strategies; • Implementing whole-of-sport programs delivered at club level; • Increasing the quantity and quality of coaches and officials; and • Accurately recording local membership and participation data. This new collaborative approach has been made possible through a combination of contributions from BA and the STAs as well as all funds raised through the National Merchandising Program. This program would not have been possible without additional participation funding granted through the Australian Sports Commission following the release of the Federal Government’s new vision - ‘Pathways to Success’. The ASC will contribute $1.6 million over four years to this new program. The Community Development Officers have a variety of experience including, club development, delivery of community programs and bowling experience. Richard and Mark will commence their contact with Clubs within their region following their comprehensive induction program in Melbourne to ensure that they are well equipped to assist and grow the sport of bowls into the future. Bowls Australia and Bowls SA welcome Richard and Mark to the new Community Development Officer program.

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Richard has had extensive involvement in community sport through his nine year tenure as the Waikerie Community Sports Centre Facility Administrator, as well as his involvement in multiple community sports committees. With 23 years of local government experience and a passion for the sport of bowls, Richard is well placed to serve the Northern/ Western region. Following his most recent position at the South Australian National Football League looking after membership and stadium management, Mark is excited to service Clubs within the Southern/Eastern region. With previous positions as an Area Finance Sales Manager (SA/NT) for Westpac and Blockbuster’s National Sales and Operations Manager, Mark’s broad experience will be beneficial to Clubs of all sizes.

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Thulborn wins ins Open Singles Sunday 13 November to play three sectional games to determine the four finalists. In the Semi-finals Thulborn took an early lead against Modbury’s Craig Mills to record a 25-16 win. Meanwhile Grange’s Cameron Dickson secured a 25-18 win over the ever-consistent Daryl Steinwedel (Kingscote). Showing ominous signs, Thulborn’s finesse draw game was the highlight of the Final, rather than his powerful drive that he is well known for and after taking a dominant lead, Scott steadied to claim a 25-14 victory over Dickson and secure another title to what is likely to be an ever-increasing list.

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o BArrier to N e g A I n this day and age bowling clubs attract a wide age range of participants who bowl in “Night Owls”, Pennant competitions and Club events. While a raft of younger competitors as young as eight are hitting the greens those of more senior years remain competitive in all competitions and the efforts of 64 year old Riina

Riina in action at the World Champion of Champions

Bradbrook and 16 year old Renee McPharlin over the last 18 months speaks volumes for a sport which is not age related. Both are proven Champions, Bradbrook in Senior competition and McPharlin in Junior events. In 2010 Bradbrook won the Australian Champion of Champion’s Women’s title and has recently returned from the International series in Hong Kong. Early in 2011 McPharlin was chosen for the Under 18 TransAustralian Tasman side and was undefeated over six games of Singles and Pairs. By just entering the Bowls SA State Singles the two could easily play each other in the early rounds and what an

interesting matchup it would be. Over the last 12 months both have played in Green and Gold for the first time and both are immensely proud of donning their country’s colours. At the International Champion of Champions titles Bradbrook played 11 games in six days and missed out by one spot in her quest to qualify for the Final series. “I was disappointed in not qualifying in my section” she commented. “But it was a great experience and out of 26 competitors in the Women’s section I finished seventh.” This topped off a remarkable couple of years for Riina having won the Metro Singles and Champion of Champion Singles titles in 2009-10 and back to back Women’s State Singles titles in 2009-10 and 2010-11. Renee recently won her first Junior Girl’s Golden Nugget title and again placed her name fairly and squarely in

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o SucceSS front of the National selectors. Her commitment and skills are unquestioned and after the naming of this year’s National Under 18 squad, Australian Coach Steve Glasson made the following statement. “It is very exciting we’ve got the likes of Renee McPharlin who represented Australia last year in the Trans-Tasman, so she probably heads the list.” Renee was recently named as a finalist in the Sport SA 2011 Country Athlete of the Year Award and on Tuesday 22 November at the Messenger Community News Youth Sports Awards Renee won the Rural Female Sports Person of the Year Award. She has one more year left in the junior ranks and continues to rack up success at State and National levels. Make no mistake Renee is a special athlete who competes at National level in the most difficult of disciplines, Singles.

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There are many who have come before her in South Australia but none at such a tender age and there is no doubt that her commitment and family support will help her as she moves forward. As a year 10 student at Horizon Christian School in Balaklava she has her life mapped out and sees her future in Occupational Therapy an occupation which could well blend with her chosen sport. Renee continues to bowl at home club Balaklava and living two minutes from the Club allows her to continue the training regime that has been an impor tant part of her success thus far. The success of Riina and Renee, two highly talented bowlers, exemplifies that Bowls is truly a sport for all ages. Renee recently won the Rural Female Sports Person of the Year award


Phil Duthoit - Flying High

By John Bevin

L: Phil with ‘Little Jannie’ | R: Phil centre with son in law Mick, daughters Leanne and Sue and grand daughter Skye

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few years ago I was playing in an Invitational Fours tournament in southern Adelaide and alongside me in the second game was a tall grey haired guy with Loxton on his hat band. I had met him previously and as I was about to shake his hand he bent over and picked up a small pebble out of the ditch and promptly threw it on to the clubhouse roof. Within seconds the local barman came out of the back door with a glass of red and the game continued. Two ends later he turned to me and said with a smile on his face “great system they’ve got here mate, all you need to do is to throw a stone onto the roof and the barman appears with a glass of red”. I was about to answer when he pulled another pebble from his pocket and repeated the procedure, but after three attempts with no reaction from inside he mumbled something about the “service being pretty slack now” and pulling his mobile phone from his pocket, rang the Club’s number. The lady bowler who answered the phone had no idea who he was or where he came from but sure enough after a short break the barman appeared with a carafe of the best. Those who have spent time with 75 year old Phil Duthoit would chuckle at such antics. He is a man who sits high on the list of characters in our sport and he been around country bowls for many years. He has represented the North East Region at both Country Round Robin and Prestige Medley and was a member of Country Fours rinks that won in 1992/93 and

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1993/94. In later years he has been happy to support his home club with sponsorship of major tournaments, while filling in when available. Born in 1936 Phil left school at the age of 13 and in his own words “headed for the bush at the first opportunity”. After involvement in various pursuits including share farming and stock and horse husbandry he purchased a 4,500 acre property south of Loxton which he described as “Mallee Dirt” in 1969. He had however always been interested in irrigation and after nine years on the land an opportunity arose in 1978 to set up his own business in the local township. He still lives in Loxton as his life continues to evolve. Not being one to let the grass grow under his feet Phil decided to explore the possibility of sitting for a pilot’s licence. He remembers his wife Jan saying at the time that if he got his licence she would fly with him anywhere. Unfortunately Jan passed away before the couple could realise this dream and it was some time before it became a reality. “Later I decided it was time and part way through my training at the Renmark Flying Club I spoke to my mates Rod Hondow, Ian Swanson and Chris Barry who were also interested in the purchase of a light sports plane that we could build from a kit”, Phil commented, “It

would save us heaps of money and we could train together with the help of the Club’s instructor.” Phil qualified as a pilot at aged 69 and none of his friends would have expected anything less. “I later sold my share and bought my own factory built Jabiru”, he continued “it cruises at 230 kms an hour and has endurance of around six hours which is more time than my bladder can handle.” He has owned the Jabiru for four years and has been on trips as far away as Broome, Cape York (Horn Island), Burketown, Halls Creek, Alice Springs and the eastern coast of Australia. When asked what his future was in bowling his answer best describes a man whose keen sense of humour is infectious. “I remember saying to myself” he replied “Phil you can always resume bowling when you get old!”

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EliGiBiliTY All players must be fully registered members of country Member Clubs under the jurisdiction of Bowls SA at the time of entry and at the time of playing in the events. GAME FORMAT Singles Sectional 18 shots up Knockouts 21 shots up Semi-Finals & Final 25 shots up Pairs & Fours Sectional 10 ends Knockouts 12 ends Semi-Finals & Final 15 ends Pairs to be played 2,2,2,2 DEAD ENDS Dead ends will be replayed in accordance with Law 31 of the Laws of the Sport of Bowls. FORFEiTS & wiTHDRAwAlS If necessary to withdraw or forfeit owing to unforeseen circumstances, players must notify the Event Manager and Venue Manager. If a team or Singles player fails to fulfil a commitment without justifiable cause in the opinion of the Match and Program Committee, they shall be liable for a penalty not exceeding $110.00 (GST inc) per player. Failure to comply with this directive will result in each player incurring the fine and becoming ineligible to compete in all State and Pennant competitions until payment is made to Bowls SA. In the event of a forfeit the winner will be credited with 2 points and 5 shots. REPlAcEMENTS In the case of a team member, who is entered in Fours, Pairs and Singles withdrawing before the commencement of the event, different replacements may be made in any event to avoid forfeits. Replacements must comply with the Eligibility clause, as above, must be authorised by the Umpire and Event Manager and may play any position. DR 4.3 SUBSTiTUTES Substitutes must comply with the Eligibility clause, as above, must be authorised by the Umpire and may play any position except Skip. DR 4.7.1 and 4.7.2.3. STARTiNG TiMES As listed in the Playing Schedule. Players are required to arrive at the venue club at least 30 minutes before play is due to commence. lATE ARRivAl – TEAM Refer to Laws of the Sport of Bowls - 46.1.2 ScORE cARDS & ScORiNG The names of EVERY player in the side must be recorded on score cards. Score cards are to be retained by the Club Secretary until the Finals are completed and must be readily available on request. The team with the greatest number of points shall be declared the winner. Winners of each game receive 2 points, a Draw 1 point, Loser nil.

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EQUAliTY In the event of an equality of wins, to determine the winner of a section the Bowls SA Rules & Conditions of Play for State Tournaments will apply, as follows: •In sectional games, 2 points are awarded for a win, 1 point for a tie and the entrant with the most points shall be the section winner. •Should two or more entrants tie with the same number of points, then the entrant with the greatest shots margin shall be the winner. •In the event of two or more entrants having an equal number of points and shots up, the winner shall be the entrant with the least number of shots scored against them. •If two entrants are still equal, the entrant who won the game in which they met shall be the section winner. •An entrant/s who receives a forfeit in sectional play shall be credited with a win (2 points and 5 shots). •Any entrant who forfeits the last sectional game, without justifiable cause, shall be disqualified from the remainder of the Country Carnival tournament. •In Singles sectional play, the number of ‘shots up’ prescribed for the rounds shall be the maximum number of shots accorded to a player when calculating the margin of shots for the purpose of determining a section winner. lAwS The ‘Laws of the Sport of Bowls Crystal Mark Second Edition’ shall govern all games. lUNcHES Venue Clubs will provide a knife and fork meal at a cost of $12.00 per day for ALL COMPETITORS. EXTREME wEATHER The Bowls SA Extreme Weather Policy available at www.bowlssa.com.au About Us – Policies, shall apply. Inclement (Wet) Weather In the event of inclement (wet) weather before commencement of play, Singles players or team Skippers, are to contact the Club that they were drawn to play at on that day to determine if their greens are closed. In the event of inclement (wet) weather after play has commenced players must remain at the Club to get instructions from the Event Manager. If necessary, due to inclement (wet) weather, to close greens at anytime on the first day of an event, the event will be cancelled. If necessary, due to inclement (wet) weather, to close greens on any subsequent day of an event, play will be postponed and players will be notified of the rescheduled date, time and venue. Players MUST NOT contact the Bowls SA Office in the event of inclement (wet) weather. Extreme Heat Events will commence, as scheduled, however if considered necessary due to

extreme heat, at the discretion of Bowls SA and the Event Manager, the Conditions of Play may be modified. Where play has commenced on a day of extreme heat or it is deemed that the weather conditions have deteriorated, play may be stopped by appeal of a player/team to the Umpire of the Day or Event Manager. If the Umpire of the Day or Event Manager determines that conditions warrant cessation of play they may act on their decision without right of appeal. Play will be cancelled for the day if it is not possible to resume after one hour from the time of the last stoppage. Bowls SA reserves the right to cancel or postpone a State Event, two days prior, if the forecast temperature is deemed to be excessive during times of prolonged extreme weather. cANcEllATiON DURiNG PlAY If the Match & Program has not determined that all play is to be cancelled and weather conditions deteriorate at a Club the Umpire may stop play on appeal by a player in Singles, Skip in team games or after consultation with the home Club’s greens manager or his proxy. The greens manager’s decision would be in regard to the condition of one or all greens at the venue. If play has been stopped it shall not be resumed without the Umpire’s permission. Play will be cancelled for the day if it is not possible to resume after one hour from the time of the last stoppage. All players must remain at the Club until the Event Manager at Bowls SA has called off games. Games may be transferred to another Club nearby and played on a reduced basis. SMOkiNG No player shall smoke on the playing surface. It is the responsibility of every player to observe this policy and the host Club officials to ensure the comfort of all players in this regard. The Bowls SA NO SMOKING ON THE GREEN policy applies. MOBilE PHONES Mobile phones are not permitted to be used on the green. PlAYER cODE OF cONDUcT The Player Code of Conduct included in the Bowls SA Member Protection Policy shall apply. PENAlTiES The Bowls SA Board may impose penalties or fines on any player or team for any action or behaviour in breach of the Conditions of Play or Laws of the Sport of Bowls, or where actions are considered to bring the game into disrepute. Any player or team that undertakes a game plan or strategy to achieve a result other than a win in a particular game being played will be liable to Bowls SA imposed penalties or fines.

MGA Insurance Brokers/Bowls SA Men’s Country Carnival 2012


men’s Country Carnival Fours event manager: bowls sa | ph: 8234 7544 Commencing: monday 6 February 2012

sectional rounds: 10 ends | Knockout rounds: 12 ends Semi-finals and Final: 15 ends DAY

DATE

TIME

Monday

6 February

9.30am 11.30am

Thursday

9 February

Monday

13 February

9.30am 9.30am 11.30am 9.30am

SECTION 1 – BRIGHTON WARRINGTON,J (WIL) LAUBE,D (PTP) LACK,D (BOR) LYNCH,B (CUM)

SECTION 3 - BRIGHTON AULD,T EDMUNDS,C VARGAS,C PERRY,J

SECTION 13 - CLEARVIEW MAYNARD,B (LAM) FEAST,G (MGR) PEARCE,R (WIM) BOWDEN,T (MCF)

SECTION 15 - CLEARVIEW REDDEN,G (KAP) NORTON,D (YOK) EAST,K (VIC) PERRY,R (CRY)

SECTION 25 - ELIZABETH BADENOCH,B (BOC) WILDASH,M (AUB) WAUGH,C (MGR) ADCOCK,D (ARD-)

SECTIONS 1 3 - 131 1 - 57 59 - 64 65 - 75 77 - 131

4 Knockouts 4 Knockouts 3 Knockouts Semi-finals & Final

As per Draw Grange Grange Holdfast Bay Holdfast Bay Somerton

SECTION 9 - BRIGHTON CROSS,K (MAI) UNDERWOOD,M (BHA) DINHAM,S (JER) HONAN,J (HAL)

SECTION 11 - CLEARVIEW BRUCE,T (ALF) LIEBELT,V (HAN) GARDNER,J (KPL) MCMILLAN,J (RIV)

SECTION 17 - CLEARVIEW LOVERING,D (KSC) KIMBER,P (LOX) PEARCE,K (KIM) OATS,I (MBG)

SECTION 19 - ELIZABETH HAMENCE,L (WLA) WHITEHEAD,B (KEI) DAVIES,B (ARD) FYFE,A (HAM)

SECTION 21 - ELIZABETH BOTTING,D (MIC) ROBERTS,J (PTE) PURSCHE,G (WAI) COUSINS,P (CRY)

SECTION 23 - ELIZABETH SNODGRASS,T (KAD) RIVETT,D (KSE) FIELD,J (PTN) BOLTO,K (LEN)

SECTION 27 - ELIZABETH FARROW,R (YOK) KELLY,F (VIC) O'DRISCOLL,W (PIN) ROHDE,I (TAR)

SECTION 29 - ELIZABETH MORGAN,T (ETS) KIRCHNER,B (MBG) WATTERS,L (CUR) CHALLINGER,V (CUM)

SECTION 31 - GRANGE LEATHERS,G RYAN,L GILL,B CUNDY,D

(MAN) (FRE) (BUT) (PET)

SECTION 33 - GRANGE COCK,K (BUT) WOHLING,G (KIM) BAKER,S (WSI) OLIVE,D (WAS)

SECTION 35 - GRANGE HERBERT,G (JER) RICHTER,D (CED) SIMPSON,J (MDO) CLEGGETT,J (LAC)

SECTION 37 - GRANGE DORR,F (GUM) WILLSON,G (PAS) BROWN,G (PAD) FRANCIS,J (CRY)

SECTION 39 - HAWTHORN GRIMES,R (PTA) PENGILLY,J (AUB) HILL,A (BER) SMART,B (CLN)

SECTION 41 - HAWTHORN SKUSE,J (PVI) BRISTOW,M (TAB) MEYERS,P (PTL) TURNER,C (PAR)

SECTION 43 - HAWTHORN PEARSON,J (MTA) TRENORDEN,B (GOO) PLOENGES,R (MGR) WEIR,T (ROX)

SECTION 45 - HAWTHORN BRUCE,A (PAS) CONNOR,K (PTP) BROUGHILL,P (PRL) FREEBAIRN,J (SNO)

SECTION 47 - HENLEY WEEKS,M (WUD) WILLIAMS,I (LUC) SIZE,M (KAR) BREWSTER,T (PTA)

SECTION 49 - HENLEY SCUDDS,J (MIC) HAMBLETON,M (STN) NOBLE,T (LYN) GREGURKE,L (GER)

SECTION 51 - HENLEY BOURKE,M MILES,M O'DRISCOLL,B PITCHARD,T

SECTION 53 - HENLEY TROWBRIDGE,B HOGAN,J BUSHELL,D MANN,T

(CED) (BLY) (KAD) (JER)

SECTION 55 – HOLDFAST BAY SCANLON,P (MIC) WOHLING,C (KIM) MULLINS,P (ARD) BOWMAN,L (ORO)

SECTION 57 - HOLDFAST BAY DEARMAN,A (TIN) HOLMES,T (KSC) TRENGOVE,M (BUT) BELL,B (ETS)

SECTION 59 - HOLDFAST BAY HARKNESS,T (OWN) SANDERCOCK,G (MAI) SLADE,J (JER) MOORE,D (KSE)

SECTION 61 – HOLDFAST BAY STAGG,A (PTL) FRANKS,K (PTP) WILLMOTT,R (KSC) STAFFORD,R (MGR)

SECTION 63 – KEN M’VILLE THOMPSON,K (WAL) MEYER,P (BRK) TREZISE,R (TUM) SHARPE,G (MCV)

SECTION 64 - KEN M’VILLE SPRATT,B (EDI) VANDERWYST,J (RRS) COCK,P (WUD) SIMPSON,J (MBG)

SECTION 65 - KEN M’VILLE MIEKLE,L (WSI) CLIFFORD,T (BAL) JOHNS,M (WAL) SIMPSON,B (JAM)

SECTION 66 - KEN M’VILLE GARRICK,M (STB) DIMASI,J (WAR) FARLEY,B (BLY) RAYMOND,H (MCV)

SECTION 67 - LOCKLEYS BOCK,R (MTA) HUNT,A (TAB) SCHREIBER,G (PTL) CHEER,D (KSE)

SECTION 68 - LOCKLEYS NANKIVELL,G (STN) MACINTOSH,I (MGR) GILL,T (BHA) BELL,J (HAM)

SECTION 69 - LOCKLEYS TEAGUE,J (PAS) BERDEN,G (BIR) WARD,M (CLV) CAVANAGH,B (BOR)

SECTION 71 – LOCKLEYS ABBOTT,D (PAS) BOWMAN,P (LAM) REED,N (PTA) SECOMB,E (VIC)

SECTION 73 - LOCKLEYS ZILM,W (WSI) GEATER-JOHNSON,S (ART) SMITH,G (GLD) KUHL,G (MTG)

SECTION 75 - LOCKLEYS URANJEK,P (LYN) SHORT,B (CUR) CHAMBERS,D (KPL) O'CONNELL,T (SNO)

SECTION 77 - MARION HUDSON,T (WAL) INGLIS,M (RRS) KENNEDY,A (MBG) GOODWIN,M (CLN)

SECTION 79 - MARION THOMAS,M (MTB) BROWN,B (CLA) NOBLE,J (CLV) SARGENT,J (GLD)

SECTION 81 - MARION HUNTER,J HICKS,D BAYLEY,F KEYNES,P

SECTION 83 - MARION JENNINGS,M BURY,L SULLIVAN,P KLUGE,H

(STN) (QUO) (OWN) (JER)

SECTION 85 - MODBURY BASFORD,L (PTE) WOODWARD,P (ART) LEUE,N (JAM) BURLEY,M (MGR)

SECTION 87 - MODBURY GAGELER,P (ZBH) SEARLE,P (WIM) REHN,D (COW) WEINMANN,K (MBG)

SECTION 89 - MODBURY SPRY,R (KAD) ATZE,D (PRL) MICKAN,R (CUM) GREGORY,I (BOR)

SECTION 91 – MODBURY PEARCE,R (WAL) MCGOUGH,G (HAN) CRAWFORD,K (JAM) DUNSTAN,M (MAL)

SECTION 93 - PAYNEHAM WARNEKE,L (MIC) SCHUMACHER,E (PTE) FIEGE,J (WAR) STANDISH,J (ANG)

SECTION 95 - PAYNEHAM CROSS,L (MTA) TRAEGER,B (MBG) BRANDT,R (CLA) LLOYD,G (JAM)

SECTION 97 - PAYNEHAM ROUTLEY,K (KAD) MAIDMENT,D (CED) SMART,P (MBG) TIVER,I (JAM)

SECTION 99 - PAYNEHAM KIRKLAND,R (NAR) PERRIN,M (KOO) BRIND,P (CUR) HALLION,M (YAN)

SECTION 101 - SALISBURY FERGUSSON, G (FRE) TRAIN,P (MBG) POWER,J (BUT) HYDE,P (SNO)

SECTION 103 - SALISBURY MCCUMISKEY,T (KAD) BLACKER,J (CUM) WEST,L (MTP) STEINWEDEL,K (PAR)

SECTION 105 - SALISBURY ALLAN,L (NAR) MORRIS,D (LAM) LONG,I (ETS) BURTON,D (CLV)

SECTION 107 - SALISBURY DROSDOW,A (LAU) PHILLIPS,V (STR) ROESLER,L (MAI) SMITH,B (MAL)

SECTION 109 - SOMERTON RILEY,D (STN) FREAK,J (MBG) HAGE,D (KPL) BELLUZZO,I (BOR)

SECTION 111 - SOMERTON POMERY,T (LUC) BRIND,L (CUR) SCHROEDER,R (MUV) GRAETZ,I (TAN)

SECTION 113 - SOMERTON TRENORDEN,J (MTA) WILLSMORE,V (URA) FULLER,L (MEL) PFITZNER,B (PTN)

SECTION 115 - SOMERTON MCEVOY,P (STB) PARKER,B (OWN) EDWARDS,B (HAN) SMALLACOMBE,B (PTE)

SECTION 117 - WALKERVILLE WIDDISON,G (PLA) WILLIAMS,J (AUB) WYTEN,K (PTB) DOLLING,B (CLV)

SECTION 119 - WALKERVILLE COATES,K (MTA) TAYLOR,J (MEL) PITCHER,J (TAB) MINHARD,C (CUM)

SECTION 121 - WALKERVILLE WILLIAMS,R (PLA) BURNETT,B (WAI) HALLETT,P (MAI) DAVIES,M (VIC)

SECTION 123 - WALKERVILLE HATCHER,I (MTA) ACKLAND,T (CLA) BULGER,G (CLN) BOWMAN,R (ORO)

SECTION 125 - WOODVILLE MASTERS,D (PTN) REX,D (HAM) MASON,G (JER) DIPROSE,L (EDI)

SECTION 127 - WOODVILLE HUPPATZ,M (HAK) BRANFORD,G (WAL) EVA,P (EUD) SCOWN,G (LEN)

SECTION 129 - WOODVILLE STOKES,B (MTA) MONK,C (PTE) WALKER,T (STB) TRELOAR,D (BER)

SECTION 131 - WOODVILLE STEINWEDEL,D (KSC) WANDEL,I (BAR) VALLANCE,L (PTL) MILLARD,G (PAS)

(GEO) (OWN) (PTE) (ARD)

(KSE) (JER) (EBA) (ART)

MGA Insurance Brokers/Bowls SA Men’s Country Carnival 2012

(GOO) (ARD) (JER) (MDO)

SECTION 7 - BRIGHTON WATTS,N EASTHER,L SHEPHERD,K CHILDS,A

VENUE

(LUC) (PVI) (PTN) (PAR)

(PTM) (STB) (ARD) (TAR)

SECTION 5 - BRIGHTON SOUTHBY,B HART,B WOOLCOCK,N SPACKMAN,J

ROUNDS Sectional Only Sectional & 1 Knockout 3 Knockouts

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men’s Country Carnival singles event manager: bowls sa| ph: 8234 7544 Commencing: tuesday 7 February 2012

sectional rounds: 18 shots up | Knockout rounds: 21 shots up Semi-finals and Final: 25 shots up DAY Tuesday Saturday

DATE 7 February 11 February

TIME 9.30am 9.30am

Sunday

12 February

9.30am

Monday

13 February

9.30am

SECTIONS 1 - 263 113 - 147 1 - 63 65 - 132 133 - 199 201 - 263

ROUNDS Sectional & 1 Knockout 1 Knockout 4 Knockouts 4 Knockouts 4 Knockouts 4 Knockouts Semi-finals & Final

VENUE As per Draw Holdfast Bay Ascot Park Holdfast Bay Payneham Salisbury Somerton

SECTION 1 – ASCOT PARK RICE,D (RRS) STEWART,K (SNO) PERRY,R (CRY) SIEGERT,M (CUM)

SECTION 3 - ASCOT PARK WATTS,N (LUC) UNDERLIN,D (MTA) CRUTE,D (PTA) ERREY,P (CLA)

SECTION 5 - ASCOT PARK BOURKE,M (GEO) PURSCHE,G (WAI) WILTON,T (CLV) DORR,F (GUM)

SECTION 7 - ASCOT PARK MORRIS,D (LAM) DRUMMOND,T (LYN) MULLINS,P (ARD) WRIGHT,G (WIM)

SECTION 9 - ASCOT PARK OLIVER,B (KEI) CONSALVO,S (WAR) MCENTEE,J (JER) MURNANE,B (CUM)

SECTION 11 - ASCOT PARK HOOPER,G (YAN) HEINS,R (MGR) HARRIS,D (BUT) O'CONNELL,J (SNO)

SECTION 13 - BLACKWOOD ROOCKE,T (BOC) SLADDEN,T (ZBH) CRABB,G (COW) AITCHSON,N (MDO)

SECTION 15 - BLACKWOOD HINES,B (KAD) MORENA,J (BAR) TROWBRIDGE,P (CED) IRELAND,G (PRL)

SECTION 17 - BLACKWOOD VARCOE,P (MIC) STARR,M (QUO) BROOKS,R (ARD) SCHILLER,D (TAN)

SECTION 19 - BLACKWOOD LETTON,H (KPL) ROBERTSON,B (HAN) BRAY,T (JAM) SPEED,B (PAR)

SECTION 21 - BRIGHTON OSWALD,D (WUD) WAUGH,C (MGR) KLUGE,H (JER) O'CONNELL,T (SNO)

SECTION 23 - BRIGHTON ROBINSON,C (BLY) RICH,L (ARD) UNDERWOOD,M (BHA) CHALLINGER,V (CUM)

SECTION 25 - BRIGHTON BORLASE,R (CED) BAYLEY,F (EBA) MAYHEW,R (WAR) SUTTON,C (BOR)

SECTION 27 - BRIGHTON KING,G (BER) FEAST,G (MGR) MOLONEY,M (ART) WARDLE,T (CRY)

SECTION 29 - BRIGHTON SMART,L WANDEL,I HURRELL,A GREGURKE,L

(LUC) (BAR) (KPL) (GER)

SECTION 31 - BRIGHTON TILLER,G (KIM) STEWART,B (LAU) GREER,D (OWN) ADCOCK,D (ARD)

SECTION 33 - CLEARVIEW TRENGOVE,M (BUT) SLADE,J (JER) PFITZNER,B (PTN) MINHARD,C (CUM)

SECTION 35 - CLEARVIEW STARICK,P (PLA) WRIGLEY,M (STB) CONTE,J (LEN) SCHUTZ,M (EUD)

SECTION 37 - CLEARVIEW SIOSTROM,R (EBA) GILL,B (BUT) GREENWOOD,T (BOR) INGLIS,L (CRY)

SECTION 39 - CLEARVIEW VANDERHORST,M (KSE) THOMPSON,P (BAL) SCHREIBER,G (PTL) HANCOCK,J (EDI)

SECTION 41 - EDWARDSTOWN BROOKS,G (AUB) CRANE,C (MUV) SMYTHE,H (PAR) DRUMOND,R (MDO)

SECTION 43 - EDWARDSTOWN VAN ENKHUYZEN,P (BAR) HORNE,R (PTN) BELL,P (MAI) SEAL,J (JAM)

SECTION 45 - EDWARDSTOWN BOTTING,D (MIC) DISANTO,C (MBG) BOWMAN,L (ORO) PEDLER,N (CUM)

SECTION 47 - EDWARDSTOWN CARNELLOR,S (STB) ROACH,S (BUT) PETERSEN,G (LEN) SCHMIDT,G (EUD)

SECTION 49 - EDWARDSTOWN BUHLMANN,J (MIC) EASTHER,L (PVI) BURTON,D (CLV) HILLARD,I (SNO)

SECTION 51 - EDWARDSTOWN BASTIAN,J (BOC) BOWMAN,J (LAM) COCK,K (BUT) RAYMOND,H (MCV)

SECTION 53 - ELIZABETH CHEER,D MADER,B EDWARDS,G RYAN,A

(KSE) (EUD) (PTB) (TUM)

SECTION 55 - ELIZABETH WRIGHT,G (CED) SUMMERS,P (PET) CENTOFANTI,J (BER) STOPP,G (KEI)

SECTION 57 - ELIZABETH HUNTER,J (KSE) WEEKS,M (WUD) BAXTER,C (TAB) PARR,I (HAM)

SECTION 59 - ELIZABETH ROUTLEY,K (KAD) WILDASH,M (AUB) SPALDING,K (HAN) COAD,B (CUM)

SECTION 61 – ELIZABETH CHINNER,G (LAM) WHITCHER,K (MEL) PLOENGES,R (MGR) ROWNTREE,B (ARD)

SECTION 63 - ELIZABETH CAMERON,J (PVI) HIER,F (KAP) BELL,S (PAR) GRUND,G (KIM)

SECTION 65 - GAWLER SHEPHERD,K BURNETT,B SIMPSON,B HALL,P

(PTN) (WAI) (JAM) (CUM)

SECTION 67 - GAWLER SOMMERVILLE,N BUBNER,G MAIDMENT,D KEANE,T

(LUC) (OWN) (CED) (MDO)

SECTION 69 - GAWLER CLEGGETT,J KIMBER,P KING,B GROSSER,P

(LAU) (LOX) (TAB) (BOR)

SECTION 71 - GAWLER FOOTNER,B HARRIS,P MYERS,P ZOBEL,R

(LAC) (BUT) (PTL) (MGR)

SECTION 73 - GRANGE BUSHELL,D (KAD) BURY,L (QUO) EVA,P (EUD) JONAS,M (LOB)

SECTION 75 - GRANGE WILLIAMS,I DAVIES,P GARDNER,J MACLEAN,P

SECTION 77 - GRANGE WILDASH,C ASHBY,A POTTS,D KELLY,F

(AUB) (MGR) (WIM) (VIC)

SECTION 79 - GRANGE PAECH,B SPRY,R EDMUNDS,D POLKINGHORNE,D

(BOR) (KAD) (STB) (JAM)

SECTION 81 - GRANGE HOOKER,B FISHER,L BECK,L LOLLER,D

(ZBH) (WUD) (MGR) (KAR)

SECTION 83 - GRANGE BENNETT,T THURSTON,T BURLEY,B SCHUMAKER,K

(KSC) (LOX) (MGR) (PTL)

SECTION 85 – HAPPY VALLEY CHAPMAN,O (BAL) LEUE,N (JAM) SKUSE,J (PVI) PURTON,M (MCF)

SECTION 87 - HAPPY VALLEY JOHNSON,P (MTA) MINGE,B (CLV) SCHROEDER,R (MUV) CHILDS,A (PAR)

SECTION 89 - HAPPY VALLEY RUMBELOW,J (STB) LEE,W (MTB) DIPROSE,L (EDI) HYDE,P (SNO)

SECTION 91 – HAPPY VALLEY RICHARDS,B (PTE) JENSEN,J (ANG) BISHOP,J (JAM) BULGER,G (CLN)

SECTION 93 - HAWTHORN HERBERT,K (BUT) HNATYSZYN,B (EUD) WOOLDRIDGE,J (KAR) MILLER,I (KPL)

SECTION 95 - HAWTHORN STAFFORD,K (MGR) WARRIOR,S (ARD) LLOYD,G (JAM) DOLLING,B (CLV)

SECTION 97 - HAWTHORN DAY,L (CLA) HILL,A (BER) WAKEFIELD,K (PTL) DEGENHARDT,S (PLA)

SECTION 99 - HAWTHORN BILLING,R (PRL) FULLER,L (MEL) PRENTICE,D (ARD) ROWETT,I (RIV)

SECTION 101 - HAWTHORN HASSELL,J (LUC) BARRETT,R (KSC) KARGER,D (KPL) BATTERSBY,B (MTP)

SECTION 103 - HAWTHORN MASTERS,A (PTN) POOLE,T (MAI) STORTON,M (ANG) HAMPEL,G (BOR)

SECTION 105 - HENLEY ELLIOTT,R (MDO) MOBBS,P (MAN) BUTTERICK,M (JAM) CARTER,D (MCV)

SECTION 107 - HENLEY RAYMOND,B HAYNES,L SCHAEDEL,G PERRY,J

SECTION 109 - HENLEY LAWRIE,G (WLA) GLYNN,G (BIR) WHITMORE,D (MGR) WILLERSDORF,K (MUV)

SECTION 111 - HENLEY EDMUNDS,C (STB) SCHULZ,R (BAR) HUPPATZ,M (HAK) ATKINS,T (PTB)

SECTION 113 - HENLEY TROTTA,J SCHRODER,J FIEGE,J CABOT,J

SECTION 115 - HENLEY WALLIS,T BROWN,B JARRETT,C TINK,G

SECTION 117 – HOLDFAST BAY SCHOLZ,M (WUD) BEVAN,P (EBA) SYMONDS,L (KAR) REX,D (HAM)

SECTION 119 – HOLDFAST BAY BISHOP,T (MEL) MACINTOSH,I (MGR) GERSCHWITZ,M (ARD) REINCKE,P (PTL)

SECTION 121 – HOLDFAST BAY MARSLEN,N (FRE) MCEVOY,P (STB) BARCLAY,G (WAR) WHALIN,J (PIN)

SECTION 122 – HOLDFAST BAY WILLCOX,K (KAD) WECKERT,B (BRK) MATHESON,D (JAM) WILSON,P (MGR)

SECTION 123 – HOLDFAST BAY PEARCE,K (KIM) TRELOAR,C (BER) CURNOW,J (PVI) LOWRY,D (TAR)

SECTION 124 – HOLDFAST BAY NOLES,L (LUC) FIELD,J (PTN) EICHENBERGER,S (WAL) GREIG,A (CRY)

SECTION 125 – HOPE VALLEY MCCUMISKEY,T (KAD) GARRICK,M (STB) WOOLFORD,T (MTP) HALLION,M (YAN)

SECTION 126 - HOPE VALLEY SIZE,M (KAR) JOHANSEN,T (FRE) PERONE,J (PTL) CAVANAGH,B (BOR)

SECTION 127 - HOPE VALLEY MAYNARD,L (LAM) MOULDEN,D (MGR) GERSCHWITZ,G (JAM) CROSBY,B (CLV)

SECTION 128 - HOPE VALLEY PERIN,S (PTL) BAGGENDORF,K (BLY) HEINRICH,L (MAI) VIGAR,J (PAR)

SECTION 129 - HOPE VALLEY OGILVIE,A (KSE) DROSDOW,A (LAU) NICHOLS,M (HAM) SPACKMAN,K (CUM)

SECTION 130 - HOPE VALLEY MORRIS,J (FRE) WOHLING,C (KIM) KEEN,L (MBG) GEATER-JOHNSON,L (ART)

SECTION 131 – KEN M’VILLE SAMPSON,S (LAU) HOFFRICHTER,B (CED) GLASSON,K (KSC) BOWDITCH,T (MGR)

SECTION 132 - KEN M’VILLE ELF,E (GOO) SCOTT,S (BUT) ANDERSON,M (KPL) GOUGH,I (LOB)

SECTION 133 - KEN M’VILLE STEPHENS,S (ETS) LAMBERT,J (MGR) WHITE,A (GER) FREEBAIRN,J (SNO)

SECTION 134 - KEN M’VILLE COCK,P (WUD) STEPHENS,P (MAI) BREWER,T (BHA) GREGORY,I (BOR)

SECTION 135 - LOCKLEYS CANTON,A (STN) ELLIS,G (MGR) SHORT,M (ANG) SPACKMAN,J (MDO)

SECTION 136 - LOCKLEYS GAGELER,P (ZBH) PENGILLY,J (AUB) HART,B (ARD) FITZGERALD,P (CUM)

SECTION 137 - LOCKLEYS KENNY,G (STB) GILL,T (BHA) STOKES,K (BER) MASON,G (JER)

SECTION 138 - LOCKLEYS RICHARDS,J (MTA) HETZEL,R (PTN) FOX,M (MGR) FRENCH,D (HAM)

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(LUC) (BHA) (KPL) (KSC)

(KAP) (MGR) (WAR) (CUM)

(KAD) (CLA) (PTA) (BOR)

(KAD) (JAM) (PTL) (TAR)

MGA Insurance Brokers/Bowls SA Men’s Country Carnival 2012


SECTION 139 - MARION DALL,R (MTA) HIER,C (PTL) JAMES,B (MCV) GNEIL,D (PIN)

SECTION 140 - MARION BERDEN,G (BIR) HAWKINS,K (JAM) WILSON,D (NUR) COLEIRO,G (GUM)

SECTION 141 - MARION SCANLON,P WOOLFORD,L DRURY,P WARD,M

(STB) (MAI) (BOR) (JER)

SECTION 145 - MARION CATTAWACH,B (MIC) HUPPATZ,G (LOX) BROWN,D (OWN) WUDTKE,R (CUM)

SECTION 147 - MARION WHYMAN,T (WAM) RICHARDSON,B (TUM) HOGBEN,G (CRY) KINGSTON,J (PIN)

SECTION 149 - MODBURY RIVETT,D (KSE) GREEN,L (PTN) TEAKLE,B (ANG) DYER,R (MCV)

SECTION 151 - MODBURY EDWARDS,B (HAN) PAWELSKI,M (CLA) ARTHUR,R (MAI) TIVER,I (JAM)

SECTION 153 - MODBURY SINCOCK,G (STB) FEAST,J (MGR) WOODWARD,C (MTA) ROBERTS,K (MAL)

SECTION 155 - MODBURY HETHERINGTON,I (KSE) NOONAN,B (GEO) NORTON,D (YOK) CARMODY,L (COW)

SECTION 157 - MODBURY PUDNEY,S (MGR) STANDISH,J (ANG) KEMPE,D (JER) JOHNSON,D (STB)

SECTION 159 - MODBURY DAVIDSON,S (BIR) YATES,J (BRK) KERLEY,N (PTB) O'DRISCOLL,W (PIN)

SECTION 161 - PAYNEHAM ASHTON,P (BAR) ROBINSON,K (JAM) WALLER,R (PTL) CAVALLARO,P (MCV)

SECTION 163 - PAYNEHAM MILIC,B (PTL) LEVER,G (QUO) STAFFORD,R (MGR) STUART,I (MAL)

SECTION 165 - PAYNEHAM ARNOLD,B (BOR) TAYLOR,J (MEL) REHN,D (COW) FAEHRMANN,R (GUM)

SECTION 167 - PAYNEHAM DOWDELL,W (PTM) KERNICH,B (MAI) LAWRIE,B (TUM) WARNER,J (HAL)

SECTION 169 - PAYNEHAM WHITE,D (PVI) DABINETT,L (PRL) VALLANCE,L (PTL) GRAETZ,I (TAN)

SECTION 171 - PAYNEHAM MORLEY,D (KSE) TAYLOR,S (MEL) MASTERS,D (PTN) BAILEY,T (WAM)

SECTION 173 – PROS. B’VIEW DEARMAN,A (TIN) SMITH,K (RRS) GLOYN,C (PTL) NOLAN,K (SNO)

SECTION 175 - PROS. B’VIEW BADENOCH,B (BOC) WALKER,T (STB) HALLETT,P (MAI) BRADLEY,R (MCV)

SECTION 177 - PROS. B’VIEW POULTON,N (BOR) RATSCH,R (FRE) NAGEL,P (HAN) DOWNS,G (MAI)

SECTION 179 - PROS. B’VIEW WHEATON,R (MTA) MILLARD,G (GEO) VORSTENBOSCH,H (WUD) FROMM,G (MBG)

SECTION 181 - PROS. B’VIEW SPAANS,J (MAI) HARKNESS,N (OWN) HEIN,H (MBG) BECKWITH,C (PAR)

SECTION 183 - PROS. B’VIEW ALTUS,M (LAM) DIMASI,J (WAR) COAD,K (ORO) HAGE,D (KPL)

SECTION 185 – READE PARK ENGLAND,J (KSE) HAMENCE,L (WLA) VOIGT,P (EUD) SIMPSON,J (MDO)

SECTION 187 - READE PARK STENNETT,F (ARD) TRELOAR,M (BER) BRANDT,R (CLA) SEARLE,J (CLV)

SECTION 189 - READE PARK SCUDDS,J (MIC) MONK,C (PTE) CHAPMAN,G (ORO) BLACKER,J (CUM)

SECTION 191 - READE PARK MILES,M (OWN) CROSS,K (MAI) WALLER,K (KSC) LACK,D (BOR)

SECTION 193 - SALISBURY WATERS,P (BOC) CHAMBERLAIN,A (WUD) BOWMAN,P (LAM) PEARCE,D (WAM)

SECTION 195 - SALISBURY CAMPBELL,I (MIC) FULLER,M (ETS) BERGMANN,H (CED) HUNT,A (TAB)

SECTION 197 - SALISBURY FERGUSSON,G (FRE) BURDETT,B (ARD) STEINWEDEL,D (KSC) CARTER,G (KPL)

SECTION 199 - SALISBURY GIBBS,R (MIC) GARNAUT,L (ZBH) FAWCETT,K (WAR) GROWDEN,G (GLD)

SECTION 201 - SALISBURY DUTTON,G (PTE) BEER,L (ARD) FORTANIER,J (MIC) TRAEGER,C (CLV)

SECTION 203 - SALISBURY PITT,E (LUC) MCKAY,T (ORO) KEARNS,C (FRE) BLACKER,R (CUM)

SECTION 205 - SEMAPHORE HAWTHORNE,V (PRL) JARMAN,R (CLA) STEINWEDEL,K (PAR) BREWSTER,T (PTA)

SECTION 207 - SEMAPHORE RYAN,M (KAP) GILES,G (STB) MORRIS,N (JER) CROSBY,D (CLN)

SECTION 209 - SEMAPHORE PINK,C (KSE) ABSOLOM,K (MAI) NOBLE,J (CLV) HURLEY,B (PTA)

SECTION 211 - SEMAPHORE BRIND,L (CUR) FUSS,J (PTL) BOWMAN,R (ORO) WILLSON,M (SNO)

SECTION 213 - SOMERTON WRIGHT,M (MIC) MEYER,P (BRK) GEATER-JOHNSON,S (ART) CAIN,J (MCF)

SECTION 215 - SOMERTON SPRY,G (WAL) ROLFE,J (BAR) MARSDEN,I (PTE) KENNY,D (CLV)

SECTION 217 - SOMERTON SCHULLER,B (MIC) ATZE,D (PRL) STAGG,A (PTL) MITEV,G (EUD)

SECTION 219 - SOMERTON LOVEGROVE,W (STB) BROKENSHIRE,R (QUO) LECKIE,B (TAB) ALLEN,R (NAR)

SECTION 221 - SOMERTON HAYES,M (MTA) MARSHMAN,G (OWN) FELS,H (GUM) MCLEOD,P (BOR)

SECTION 223 - SOMERTON SISMEY,T (NAR) DUNNE,D (MTA) SPEZZANO,V (BUR) LYNCH,B (CUM)

SECTION 225 – TOORAK B’SIDE PERRY,I (STN) REDDEN,G (KAP) EATTS,R (KIM) CUNDY,D (PET)

SECTION 227 - TOORAK B’SIDE BROWN,J (KSC) MONTGOMERIE,N (STB) BROUGHILL,P (PRL) MARCH,C (WAM)

SECTION 229 - TOORAK B’SIDE PHILP,T (PET) PERONE,G (PTL) HAMMATT,D (PAR) ROGERS,N (RIV)

SECTION 231 - TOORAK B’SIDE TRENORDEN,J (MTA) REED,N (PTA) SALTMARSH,E (TAB) SECOMB,E (VIC)

SECTION 233 - WALKERVILLE AULD,T (PTM) MAGOR,B (BHA) NOBLE,D (CLV) HARRIS,S (WSI)

SECTION 235 - WALKERVILLE THRELFALL,J (MTA) REARDON,W (KAP) JONES,B (TIN) TREZISE,R (TUM)

SECTION 237 - WALKERVILLE LAUBE,D (PTP) BROWN,R (STB) CASEY,G (PTM) HOLMES,T (KSC)

SECTION 239 - WALKERVILLE DUNNE,J (MTA) GILBERTSON,S (PRL) SCHUMANN,D (CLV) MCMILLAN,J (RIV)

SECTION 241 - WALKERVILLE O’KEEFFE,P (PTA) STEWART,K (PTM) FULWOOD,A (WAI) SCOTT,B (YAN)

SECTION 243 - WALKERVILLE SIVIOUR,B (PTP) LINDE,D (TAB) CLARKE,K (CLA) TRELOAR,D (BER)

SECTION 245 – WEST LAKES EMERY,A (KSE) URANJEK,P (LYN) DOLLING,D (PTB)

SECTION 247 - WEST LAKES SPIERS,P (WAL) JACOB,T (HAN) BRANFORD,G (BHA)

SECTION 249 - WEST LAKES DUNCAN,R (STN) AGARS,D (WLA) FREEBAIRN,D (SNO)

SECTION 251 - WEST LAKES PARSONS,G (KSE) WALKER,K (LAM) TAYLOR,B (WAL)

HAYMAN,G

CURTIS,R

WIESE,W

ARNOLD,N

(CUM)

(COW)

(MIC) (MEL) (WAR) (CLV)

(BOR)

SECTION 143 - MARION HOLLITT,P ROESLER,L MURCH,D WOOLCOCK,N

(PAR)

SECTION 257 - WOODVILLE

SECTION 259 - WOODVILLE

SECTION 261 - WOODVILLE

SECTION 263 - WOODVILLE

SHORT,G VANDERWYST,J STANBURY,P GRIMES,R

BENNETT,D KELSH,R BRAKENRIDGE,G WEST,L

ROBINSON,T BRIND,C COUSINS,P MANGELSDORF,P

ROSE,S SALER,R HEREWANE,L INGLIS,M

ALD ALF ANG ARD ARN ART AUB BAL BAR BEP BER BHA BIR BLA BLY BOO BOC BOR BRK BHR BUT BUR CAD CAL CED CLA CLN CLV COF

(COF) (RRS) (LOB) (PTA)

ALDINGA BAY ALFORD ANGASTON ARDROSSAN ARNO BAY ARTHURTON AUBURN BALAKLAVA BARMERA BEACHPORT BERRI BHAS BIRCHMORE BLANCHETOWN BLYTH BOOBOROWIE BOOLEROO CENTRE BORDERTOWN BRINKWORTH BROKEN HILL BUTE BURRA CADELL CALTOWIE CEDUNA CLARE CLARENDON CLEVE COFFIN BAY

COO COW CRY CUM CUR EDI EBA ETS EUD FRA FRE GEO GER GLD GOO GUL GUM HAN HAL HAM HAP HAK IRK JAM JER KAD KAL KAP KAR

(MTA) (WLA) (PET) (MTP)

COONALPYN COWELL CRYSTAL BROOK CUMMINS CURRAMULKA EDITHBURGH RSL ENCOUNTER BAY ETSA PORT AUGUSTA EUDUNDA FRANCES FREELING GEORGETOWN GERANIUM GLADSTONE GOOLWA GULNARE GUMERACHA HAHNDORF HALLETT HAMLEY BRIDGE HAPPY VALLEY HAWKER IRON KNOB JAMESTOWN JERVOIS KADINA KALANGADOO KAPUNDA KAROONDA

(LUC) (CUR) (CRY) (WSI)

SECTION 253 - WEST LAKES

SECTION 255 - WEST LAKES

BLACKWELL,J SHARRATT,J SCHUMANN,J LING,D

BERDEN,J BRISTOW,M WARD,P MICKAN,B

(PTP) (LYN) (CLV) (VIC)

(KSC) (TAB) (ARD) (CUM)

(PIN) (LAU) (SNO) (RRS)

COUNTRY CLUB CODES KEI KIM KSC KPL KSE KOO LAM LAC LAU LEN LOB LOK LOX LRS LUC LYN LYR MAI MAL MAN MCF MCV MED MEL MEN MIG MIC MLN MIN

KEITH KIMBA KINGSCOTE KIRTON/PORT LINCOLN KINGSTON KOOLUNGA LAMEROO LANGHORNE CREEK LAURA LENSWOOD LOBETHAL LOCK LOXTON LOXTON RSL LUCINDALE LYNDOCH LYRUP MAITLAND MALLALA MANNUM MCLAREN FLAT MCLAREN VALE MEADOWS MELROSE MENINGIE MILANG MILLICENT MINLATON MINNIPA

MGA Insurance Brokers/Bowls SA Men’s Country Carnival 2012

MNT MON MTA MOO MOG MTB MTG MGR MTP MDO MDA MBG MBR MUV MYP NAR NRS NBH NUR OAK ORO OWN PAD PRL PAR PAS PLA PET PIN

MINTARO MONASH MOONTA MOOROOK MORGAN MT. BARKER MT. GAMBIER MT. GAMBIER RSL MT. PLEASANT MUNDOORA MUNDULLA MURRAY BRIDGE MURRAY BRIDGE RSL MURRAYVILLE RSL MYPONGA NARACOORTE NARACOORTE RSL NORTH BROKEN HILL NURIOOTPA OAKBANK ORROROO OWEN PADTHAWAY PARILLA PARNDANA PASKEVILLE PENOLA PETERBOROUGH PINNAROO

POO PTA PTB PTE PTG PTL PTM PTN PTP PTV PVI PTW QUO RED REN RRS RIV ROB RBT ROX SAD SNO SPA STN STR STB SWA TAB TAN

POOCHERA PORT AUGUSTA PORT BROUGHTON PORT ELLIOT PORT GERMEIN PORT LINCOLN PORT MACDONNELL PORT NEILL PORT PIRIE PORT VICTORIA PORT VINCENT PORT WAKEFIELD QUORN REDHILL RENMARK RENMARK RSL RIVERTON ROBE ROBERTSTOWN ROXBY DOWNS SADDLEWORTH SNOWTOWN SPALDING STANSBURY STRATHALBYN STREAKY BAY SWAN REACH TAILEM BEND TANUNDA

TAR TIN TUM TWE URA VIC WAI WAL WAM WAR WAS WAT WHY WYG WIL WIM WIR WLA WSI WOO WUD YAC YAN YOK ZBH

TARLEE TINTINARA TUMBY BAY TWO WELLS URAIDLA VICTOR HARBOR WAIKERIE WALLAROO WALLAROO MINES WAROOKA WASLEYS WATERVALE WHYALLA WHYALLA GOLF WILLUNGA WILMINGTON WIRRABARA WIRRULLA WOODSIDE WOOMERA WUDINNA YACKA YANKALILLA YORKETOWN ZINC BROKEN HILL

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men’s Country Carnival pairs event manager: bowls sa | ph: 8234 7544 Commencing: Wednesday 8 February 2012

sectional rounds: 10 ends | Knockout rounds: 12 ends Semi-finals and Final: 15 ends DAY

DATE

TIME

SECTIONS

ROUNDS

VENUE

Wednesday

8 February

9.30am

1 - 263

Sectional & 1 Knockout

As per draw

9.30am 11.30am 9.30am

1 - 63 65 - 115 117 - 132

3 Knockouts 3 Knockouts 4 Knockouts

Ascot Park

133 - 143 145 - 199 201 - 263 1 - 263

4 Knockouts 3 Knockouts 3 Knockouts 1 Knockout

Friday

10 February

Saturday

11 February

9.30am 11.30am 9.30am 9.30am

Monday

13 February

9.30am

Brighton Lockleys Salisbury Holdfast Bay

Semi-finals & Final

Somerton

SECTION 1 – ASCOT PARK SALER,R (LAU) WRIGHT,G (CED) ROUTLEY,R (PTB) SHEPHERD,B (PTE)

SECTION 3 - ASCOT PARK MOORE,D (KSE) TONKIN,R (STN) DIBBEN,A (MBG) MINHARD,C (CUM)

SECTION 5 - ASCOT PARK NICHOLS,J (ARD) TAYLOR,S (MEL) WOOLFORD,T (MTP) SMITH,B (MAL)

SECTION 7 - ASCOT PARK HERBERT,P (ETS) SCHILLER,D (TAN) KELLY,B (MBG) CLARKE,K (CLA)

SECTION 9 - ASCOT PARK BROUGHILL,P (PRL) SMITH,K (RRS) VARGAS,C (ARD) JOHNSON,K (VIC)

SECTION 11 - ASCOT PARK BASTIAN,J (BOC) MACINTOSH,I (MGR) DODD,C (YOK) CURTIS,R (COW)

SECTION 13 - BLACKWOOD SNODGRASS,T (KAD) POULTON,N (BOR) BLACKER,J (CUM) WEBB,J (MTP)

SECTION 15 - BLACKWOOD AULD,T (PTM) HALLETT,P (MAI) OBST,J (JER) MARCH,P (MAL)

SECTION 17 - BLACKWOOD WOOLFORD,P (PTP) STOKES,B (WIL) MAYNARD,B (LAM) GERSCHWITZ,M (ARD)

SECTION 19 - BLACKWOOD HIER,F (KAP) FIELD,J (PTN) HOARE,D (TAB) TILBROOK,R (CUR)

SECTION 21 - BRIGHTON DEGENHARDT,S TAYLOR,M WURST,R ANDERSON,M

SECTION 23 - BRIGHTON BRUCE,N (ALF) TAYLOR,J (MEL) DIENER,B (CLN) ROGERS,N (RIV)

SECTION 25 - BRIGHTON MAIDMENT,D (CED) WARRINGTON,J (WIL) PEARCE,D (WAM) WINTER,H (MTP)

SECTION 27 - BRIGHTON PARSONS,G (KSE) EDWARDS,H (YOK) MERRITT,N (TAB) COUSINS,P (CRY)

SECTION 29 - BRIGHTON BURY,L (QUO) GRUND,G (KIM) STOPP,G (KEI) MCMILLAN,J (RIV)

SECTION 31 - BRIGHTON MUELLER,P (MTA) TRELOAR,C (BER) ELLIOTT,R (MDO) HAMMAT,D (PAR)

SECTION 33 - CLEARVIEW LIEBELT,L (MBG) ASHBY,A (MGR) GLAZUMINA,J (WIM) HAGE,D (KPL)

SECTION 35 - CLEARVIEW URANJEK,P (LYN) GILES,G (STB) SANDERCOCK,D (MAI) BEYER,A (JAM)

SECTION 37 - CLEARVIEW HILL,R (PAS) CAMERON,J (PVI) CONTE,J (LEN) RAYMOND,B (MCV)

SECTION 39 - CLEARVIEW WILDASH,C (AUB) STAFFORD,R (MGR) GREEN,B (BHA) MILLER,G (JER)

SECTION 41 - EDWARDSTOWN BUSHELL,D (KAD) SULIVAN,P (OWN) BRANFORD,G (WAL) CHALLINGER,V (CUM)

SECTION 43 - EDWARDSTOWN HAMBLETON,M (STN) GILBERTSON,S (PRL) BURTON,D (CLV) KELLY,F (VIC)

SECTION 45 - EDWARDSTOWN WATTS,N (LUC) FRANKS,K (PTP) MOLONEY,M (ART) MCGOUGH,G (HAN)

SECTION 47 - EDWARDSTOWN HAUSLER,D (LYN) LAMOND,D (BAL) O'CONNELL,P (MBG) CAVANAGH,B (BOR)

SECTION 49 - EDWARDSTOWN KIMBER,D (PTN) MULLINS,P (ARD) WOOLCOCK,N (JER) WARDLE,T (CRY)

SECTION 51 - EDWARDSTOWN ALLAN,L (NAR) EDMUNDS,C (STB) TRAEGER,B (MBG) MILLAR,P (WAR)

SECTION 53 - ELIZABETH TAYLOR,K (WAL) BROWN,B (CLA) FRANCESCHINI,N (MCV) HIGGINS,T (GLD)

SECTION 55 - ELIZABETH KIMBER,P (LOX) HARKNESS,N (OWN) O’KEEFFE, P (PTA) DAY,A (WSI)

SECTION 57 - ELIZABETH HEINS,R DIMASI,J FAUSER,J SCHROEDER,R

(MGR) (WAR) (KPL) (MUV)

SECTION 59 - ELIZABETH LONG,I (ETS) WOHLING,C (KIM) KERNICH,B (MAI) WYHOON,B (VIC)

SECTION 61 – ELIZABETH RIVETT,D (KSE) HOWELL,B (LYN) SEAL,J (JAM) MCDONALD,A (KPL)

SECTION 63 - ELIZABETH POOLE,J (WAL) WHITE,A (JER) SIMPSON,J (MDO) HAMPEL,G (BOR)

SECTION 65 - GAWLER KEYNES,P (ART) DAVIES,P (BHA) PITTAWAY,J (LEN) HEREWANE,L (SNO)

SECTION 67 - GAWLER MONTGOMERIE,N (STB) HOOPER,G (YAN) MOULDEN,D (MGR) BRIND,P (CUR)

SECTION 69 - GAWLER PEARCE,K BAKER,J POOLE,T STEINWEDEL,K

(KIM) (AUB) (MAI) (PAR)

SECTION 71 - GAWLER BADENOCH,B (BOC) HARRIS,P (BUT) GARDNER,J (KPL) BRION,L (JER)

SECTION 73 - GRANGE FORTANIER,J COATES,K FRENCH,D DORR,F

SECTION 75 - GRANGE WALKER,K (LAM) BUTTFIELD,D (CUR) STANDISH,J (ANG) WEIR,T (ROX)

SECTION 77 - GRANGE COOMBE,T (TAB) EVANS,D (CLN) CHAMBERS,D (KPL) HARDING,S (GLD)

SECTION 79 - GRANGE CHAMBERLAIN,A (WUD) BUHLMANN,J (MIC) HART,B (ARD) ROSS,J (VIC)

SECTION 81 - GRANGE WANDEL,I WYTEN,K FRENCKEN,H BELLUZZO,I

(BAR) (PTB) (HAM) (BOR)

SECTION 83 - GRANGE CONNOR,K (PTP) (MBG) SIMPSON,J BRIND,L (CUR) HUGHES,J (MTG)

SECTION 85 – HAPPY VALLEY EAST,G (KAD) RICHTER,D (CED) BAYLEY,F (EBA) BAGGENDORF,K (BLY)

SECTION 87 - HAPPY VALLEY ENGLAND,J (KSE) GAGELER,P (ZBH) SEARLE,P (WIM) SCHUBERT,I (GUM)

SECTION 89 - HAPPY VALLEY WILLIAMS,B (PTP) AAY,A (MBG) DOWNS,G (MAI) COAD,B (CUM)

SECTION 91 – HAPPY VALLEY PARKER,B (OWN) WOODWARD,P (ART) HARRIS,J (ANG) KLUGE,H (JER)

SECTION 93 - HAWTHORN ATZE,D (PRL) CRUISE,J (MGR) WATTER,L (CUR) HALLION,M (YAN)

SECTION 95 - HAWTHORN KELLY,C (MAI) MCNAMARA,B (ORO) JONAS,M (LOB) TRAEGER,C (CLV)

SECTION 97 - HAWTHORN CAMPBELL,I (MIC) WAKEFIELD,K (PTL) SCOTT,S (BUT) CRESSWELL,P (MDO)

SECTION 99 - HAWTHORN BRAKENRIDGE,G (PET) DEARMAN,A (TIN) WARD,M (CLV) REX,D (HAM)

SECTION 101 - HAWTHORN ALLEN,R (NAR) SCHMERL,R (AUB) BAGSHAW,P (ART) KEMPE,D (JER)

SECTION 103 - HAWTHORN NANKIVELL,G (STN) BRUCE,A (PAS) TROWBRIDGE,B (CED) FULLER,L (YAN)

SECTION 105 - HENLEY ASHTON,P JACOB,T CUNDY,D LOWRY,D

SECTION 107 - HENLEY MUELLER,J (ALF) ROLTON,G (MBG) BELL,S (PAR) SCHMIDT,G (EUD)

SECTION 109 - HENLEY RUTHERFORD,P BROOKS,R VALLANCE,L WILLERSDORF,K

SECTION 111 - HENLEY GIBBONS,F (GOO) KING,M (MEL) STEPHENS,P (MAI) NOBLE,J (CLV)

SECTION 113 - HENLEY MILLARD,G (PAS) STEPHENS,S (ETS) MORGAN,T (JER) MURPHY,M (PAD)

SECTION 115 - HENLEY CURNOW,J (PVI) HARRIS,S (WSI) ATKINSON,R (SNO) SARGENT,J (GLD)

SECTION 117 – HOLDFAST BAY RILEY,D (STN) ACKLAND,T (CLA) PERCY,M (EBA) RICHARDSON,B (TUM)

SECTION 119 - HOLDFAST BAY HUPPATZ,M (HAK) AGARS,D (WLA) PRENTICE,D (ARD) WILSON,D (NUR)

SECTION 121 - HOLDFAST BAY WIDDISON,G (PLA) LARWOOD,J (KIM) HAYES,M (WAL) LECKIE,B (TAB)

SECTION 123 - HOLDFAST BAY WRIGHT,M (MIC) RYAN,L (MTA) LAUBE,D (PTP) SPALDING,K (HAN)

SECTION 125 - HOLDFAST BAY UNDERLIN,D (MTA) SIOSTROU,B (EBA) PITCHER,J (TAB) FREEBAIRN,J (SNO)

SECTION 126 - HOLDFAST BAY POMERY,T (LUC) WALKER,L (LAM) BOWMAN,L (ORO) CURTIS,L (PTL)

SECTION 127 – HOPE VALLEY MASTERS,D (PTN) GEATER-JOHNSON,S (ART) GORE,L (BER) GROSSER,P (BOR)

SECTION 128 - HOPE VALLEY LAUBE,G (PTP) JOHNS,M (WAL) GOSS,B (BRK) CROSBY,D (CLN)

SECTION 129 - HOPE VALLEY PINK,C (KSE) FREEBAIRN,P (OWN) KING,B (TAB) STEINWEDEL,D (KSC)

SECTION 130 - HOPE VALLEY HILLARD,B (STN) THOMAS,M (MTB) WILLIAMS,J (AUB) EDSON,H (CED)

SECTION 131 – KEN. M’VILLE ADAMS,J (MTA) HERRON,I (PTE) HONAN,B (JAM) PEDLER,N (CUM)

SECTION 132 - KEN. M’VILLE SOMMERVILLE,N (LUC) HERRMANN,M (MTA) SHEPHERD,K (PTN) SMART,P (MBG)

SECTION 133 - KEN. M’VILLE GILL,T (STN) MORGAN,T (ETS) MONK,C (PTE) FREEBAIRN,D (SNO)

SECTION 134 - KEN. M’VILLE HUNTER,J (KSE) NEEDS,P (LAM) BROOKS,R (ARD) FRANCIS,J (CRY)

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(MIC) (MTA) (HAM) (GUM)

(PTM) (YOK) (PTL) (MUV)

(PLA) (PAS) (CLA) (KPL)

(BAR) (HAN) (PET) (TAR)

MGA Insurance Brokers/Bowls SA Men’s Country Carnival 2012


SECTION 135 - LOCKLEYS DALL,R (MTA) FROMM,G (MBG) GLOYN,C (PTL) JONES,T (PAR)

SECTION 136 - LOCKLEYS HERBERT,G (BUT) RATSCH,T (TAN) ALBERD,G (WSI) GREGORY,I (BOR)

SECTION 137 - LOCKLEYS CHEER,D (KSE) FYFE,A (HAM) SPRATT,B (EDI) HOGBEN,G (CRY)

SECTION 139 - LOCKLEYS COFFEY,P (AUB) CANT,D (KIM) PEARCE,R (WAL) MANN,T (JER)

SECTION 141 - MARION THURSTON,T BROWN,R OBORN,C O'DRISCOLL,B

(LOX) (STB) (GUM) (PTE)

SECTION 143 - MARION WILLIAMS,I (LUC) COCK,K (BUT) DELANEY,M (LEN) PHELPS,C (CUM)

SECTION 145 - MARION LINDE,D (TAB) PERRY,R (CRY) DOLLING,D (PTB) HYDE,P (SNO)

SECTION 147 - MARION REED,N (PTA) DRURY,P (WAR) ROSE,S (PIN) FOOTNER,T (LAC)

SECTION 149 - MARION SCHULLER,B (MIC) STARR,M (QUO) CROSS,K (MAI) MADER,B (EUD)

SECTION 151 - MARION ALLEN,C (TIN) HUNT,A (TAB) SANDERCOCK,G (MAI) HONAN,J (HAL)

SECTION 153 - MODBURY BOURKE,M (GEO) SHORT,D (CUR) STANBURY,P (LOB) DUNN,P (TAR)

SECTION 155 - MODBURY WALKER,M (KAD) MEYER,P (BRK) ELLIS,G (MGR) SCHREIBER,G (PTL)

SECTION 157 - MODBURY GLAZBROOK,B (MTA) RUMBELOW,J (STB) SPILLANE,J (GOO) KAESLER,H (WIM)

SECTION 159 - MODBURY WOHLING,G (KIM) SALTMARSH,E (TAB) FOX,M (MGR) HOCKEY,S (JAM)

SECTION 161 - MODBURY BOCK,R (MTA) MILES,M (OWN) SANDERCOCK,D (GUM) MICKAN,R (CUM)

SECTION 163 - MODBURY SECOMB,T (FRE) UNDERWOOD,M (BHA) MASON,G (JER) DIPROSE,L (EDI)

SECTION 165 - PAYNEHAM SOUTHBY,B (GOO) HUDSON,T (WAL) HILL,A (BER) WHALAN,J (PIN)

SECTION 167 - PAYNEHAM SCANLON,P (MIC) HAYLOCK,J (MTA) COCK,P (WUD) PENGILLY,J (AUB)

SECTION 169 - PAYNEHAM WEINMANN,K (MBG) FIEGE,J (WAR) COAD,K (ORO) PAECH,B (BOR)

SECTION 171 - PAYNEHAM DAVIDSON,S (BIR) HARKNESS,T (OWN) STEWART,K (PTM) MARCH,C (WAM)

SECTION 173 - PAYNEHAM ADCOCK,D (ARD) DIENELT,S (LOB) GOODWIN,M (CLN) SIEGERT,M (CUM)

SECTION 175 - PAYNEHAM WALKER,T (STB) BISHOP,J (JAM) HICKS,D (JER) SELLARS,I (VIC)

SECTION 177 – PROS. B’VIEW LOGAN,T (MTA) NOBLE,T (LYN) FISHER,L (WUD) GRIMES,R (PTA)

SECTION 179 - PROS. B’VIEW WILLIAMS,R (PLA) TURNER,P (GEO) POWER,J (BUT) O'CONNELL,T (SNO)

SECTION 181 - PROS. B’VIEW BOWMAN,P (LAM) BASFORD,L (PTE) MILIC,B (PTL) SHORT,B (CUR)

SECTION 183 - PROS. B’VIEW PEARSON,J (MTA) BELL,B (ETS) FARLEY,B (BLY) BARRETT,P (WSI)

SECTION 185 – READE PARK SMART,L (LUC) CLEGGETT,J (LAU) GLASSON,K (KSC) PERRY,J (TARR)

SECTION 187 - READE PARK GERICKE,J (PAS) PFITZNER,B (PTN) WECKERT,N (KOO) BROWN,G (PAD)

SECTION 189 - READE PARK PURTON,M (MCF) INGLIS,M (RRS) MOULDS,G (ARD) SPINKS,K (JER)

SECTION 191 - READE PARK TRELOAR,D (BER) KENNY,G (STB) ROBERTS,J (PTE) BAMMANN,P (CRY)

SECTION 193 - SALISBURY SKUSE,J (PVI) WILSON,P (MGR) MYERS,P (PTL) NAGEL,P (HAN)

SECTION 195 - SALISBURY MCENTEE,J (JER) DUNNE,D (MTA) JAMES,S (ROX) GOREY,F (TAR)

SECTION 197 - SALISBURY ABBOTT,D (PAS) WEEKS,M (WUD) MORRIS,D (LAM) SMITH,G (GLD)

SECTION 199 - SALISBURY KIRCHNER,B (MBG) GLATZ,L (PTE) DELUCA,R (BLY) ROWNTREE,B (ARD)

SECTION 201 - SALISBURY BURLEY,M (MGR) LEUE,N (JAM) STAGG,A (PTL) SAMPSON,R (EDI)

SECTION 203 - SALISBURY BROPHY,S (TIN) BEER,L (ARD) WHEAL,M (HAN) FURST,P (MAL)

SECTION 205 - SEMAPHORE WHEATON,R (MTA) SHARRATT,J (LYN) MINGE,B (CLV) VOIGT,G (PTA)

SECTION 207 - SEMAPHORE BERGMANN,H (CED) RICHARDS,B (PTE) O’HANLON,J (PTA) SIZE,M (KAR)

SECTION 209 - SEMAPHORE WARNEKE,L (MIC) SLADDEN,T (ZBH) GILL,B (BUT) PEARCE,R (WIM)

SECTION 211 - SEMAPHORE CRASE,D (MIC) CHILDS,A (PAR) DAVIES,G (EDI) ROHDE,I (TAR)

SECTION 213 - SOMERTON FLAVEL,F (KAD) BRANFORD,G (BHA) WOOLDRIDGE,J (KAR) PERRIN,M (KOO)

SECTION 215 - SOMERTON LOVERING,D (KSC) VANDERWYST,J (RRS) HARRIS,D (BUT) GREGURKE,L (GER)

SECTION 217 - SOMERTON TRENORDEN,B (GOO) HOWES,R (CLA) THOMPSON,K (YOK) DOLLING,B (CLV)

SECTION 219 - SOMERTON ROWNTREE,W (PLA) PEARCE,J (KAD) DICKER,T (MAN) BRAY,T (JAM)

SECTION 221 - SOMERTON REDDEN,G (KAP) HARRISON,J (WSI) LACK,D (BOR) DUNSTAN,M (MAL)

SECTION 223 - SOMERTON TRENGOVE,M (BUT) OGILVY,J (ORO) TREZISE,R (TUM) ROBERTSON,B (HAN)

SECTION 225 – TOORAK B’SIDE HAMENCE,L (WLA) TAYLOR,B (WAL) PLOENGES,R (MGR) CAVALLARO,P (MCV)

SECTION 227 - TOORAK B’SIDE EASTHER,L (PVI) KUHL, G (MTG) SCHUMANN,J (CLV) BULGER,G (CLN)

SECTION 229 - TOORAK B’SIDE HINES,B (KAD) SHORT,G (COF) CLARK,M (JAM) OLIVE,D (WAS)

SECTION 231 - TOORAK B’SIDE PERONE,G (PTL) STARICK,B (KAD) BRANDT,R (CLA) BENNETT,T (KSC)

SECTION 233 - WALKERVILLE KEARNS,C (FRE) LEE,W (MTB) SIMPSON,G (JAM) SECOMB,E (VIC)

SECTION 235 - WALKERVILLE GARDNER,N (PAS) NORTON,D (YOK) KENNEDY,A (MBG) SCHUMANN,D (CLV)

SECTION 237 - WALKERVILLE FRANKS,K (ETS) CLIFFORD,T (BAL) BOWDITCH,T (MGR) HEIN,H (MBG)

SECTION 239 - WALKERVILLE TEAGUE,J (PAS) FREAK,J (MBG) MORRIS,J (FRE) WILLMOTT,R (KSC)

SECTION 241 - WALKERVILLE PRINGLE,D (PAS) MCAULEY,M (HAK) SMALLACOMBE,B (PTE) SCOWN,G (LEN)

SECTION 243 - WALKERVILLE DAMHUIS,A (MIC) PANCIONE,R (STN) GARRICK,M (STB) BOWMAN,R (ORO)

SECTION 245 – WEST LAKES BROWN,G (BOR) HEWETT,B (PTB) LLOYD,G (JAM) SMITH,B (HAM)

SECTION 247 - WEST LAKES RATSCH,R (FRE) HEWITT,G (WAL) HETZEL,R (PTN) SPEZZANO,V (BUR)

SECTION 249 - WEST LAKES SHEPHERD,J (NAR) BILLING,R (PRL) BEARDEN,G (BIR) EICHENBERGER,S (WAL)

SECTION 251 - WEST LAKES PERRY,I (STN) LIND,R (PTE) STEWART,S (MBG) FITZGERALD,P (CUM)

SECTION 253 - WEST LAKES MILBURN,R (MTB) HOLYOAKE,D (WAL) BROWN,J (KSC) WHITEHEAD,B (KEI)

SECTION 255 - WEST LAKES WILLIAMS,D (NAR) REHN,D (COW) FULLER,L (MEL) SPACKMAN,J (MDO)

SECTION 257 - WOODVILLE EMERY,A (KSE) LEATHERS,G (MAN) BREWSTER,T (PTA) DAVIS,G (KSC)

SECTION 259 - WOODVILLE SCHOLES,S (WAL) THOMAS,S (PTN) HART,J (JER) BAVERSTOCK,R (BHA)

SECTION 261 - WOODVILLE NOLES,L (LUC) THORPE,D (CUR) LAMONT,M (MEL) HNATYSZYN,B (EUD)

SECTION 263 - WOODVILLE MINHARD,P (CUM) HOLMES,T (KSC) O'DRISCOLL,W (PIN) BELL,J (HAM)

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Adelaide

8223 5516

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58 Dequetteville Tce, Adelaide

Ascot Park

8276 5539

Beaumont

CLUB

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LOCATION

Marion

8296 9435

Sturt Road, Marion

Davidson Ave, Parkholme

Modbury

8264 4553

Jack High Lane, Ridgehaven

8379 3132

71 Devereux Rds, Linden Park

Munno Para

8254 1892

Mingari St, Smithfield

Blackwood

8278 1937

10 Simla Parade, Blackwood

Novar Gardens

8295 4803

489 Anzac Hwy, Novar Gardens

Brighton

8296 6818

13 Keelara St, Brighton

Para Hills

8285 6744

92 Bridge Rd, Para Hills

Clarence Gardens

8293 2134

6 Winona Ave, Clarence Gardens

Payneham

8337 1251

402 Payneham Rd, Glynde

Clearview

8262 3242

Gordon Ave, Clearview

Port Adelaide

8447 5096

Fifth Ave, Cheltenham

Croydon

8346 3242

64 Blight St, Ridleyton

Prospect-Broadview

8344 4836

Collingrove Ave, Broadview

Edwardstown

8293 7549

Raglan Ave, South Plympton

Reade Park

8276 3532

Flinders Ave, Colonel Light Gardens

Elizabeth

8255 1895

Goodman Rd (South of Oval), Elizabeth

Rosewater

8341 0706

134 Grand Junction Rd, Rosewater

Gawler

8522 1306

Victoria Tce, Gawler

Salisbury

8258 1551

Orange Ave, Salisbury

Glenelg

8295 2112

23 Partridge St, Glenelg

Semaphore

8449 6337

Woolnough Rd, Largs Bay

Grange

8356 8389

11 Wilson Ct, Grange

Somerton

8296 8849

King George Ave, Somerton Park

Happy Valley

8270 5162

Taylors Road West, Happy Valley

Toorak Burnside

8331 0062

25 Giles St, Toorak Gardens

Hawthorn

8357 8250

86A Monmouth Rd, Hawthorn

Tranmere

8431 6197

Cnr Magill Rd and Kings Grve, Tranmere

Henley

8356 8506

104 East Tce, Henley Beach

Trinity Gardens

8431 2003

Canterbury Avenue, Trinity Gardens

Holdfast Bay

8295 1444

583 Anzac Hwy, Glenelg North

Underdale Airport

8443 6797

189 Holbrooks Rd, Underdale

Hope Valley

8396 2277

1225 Grand Junction Rd, Hope Valley

Walkerville

8344 2064

Smith St & Church St, Walkerville

Kens/Marryatville

8431 4102

Cnr The Parade & East Tce, Kensington Gdns

West Lakes

8242 1286

21 Edwin St, West Lakes Shore

Lockleys

8443 6798

46 Rutland Ave, Lockleys

Woodville

8445 2244

Oval Avenue, Woodville South

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Tony and his Queensland team mates not before giving us a warning to carry our passports with us at all times and to not come back to Mexico through this border again! The head honcho showed his softer side and was kind enough to allow some photos to be taken for posterity. So when push comes to shove I had managed to get the group back to USA soil unscathed. Yes, there was a lot of stirring, chiacking and hi-jinx but after some other great sightseeing in California, without any further trouble, we all parted on good terms and exchanged phone numbers and email addresses. One of the group ‘Banjo Paterson’, is the President of the Surat Bowling Club, and he has invited me to play in his team on the Queen’s Birthday Tournament next year, and of course I accepted. Coincidentally some of the players from USA and South Africa are coming to Adelaide to play in the Asia Pacific Championships and then the Australian Open and I’m hoping to catch up with them again.’

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ith the pennant season well under way and State events filling the calendar State Squad bowlers have been focussed on Club and State events. After preseason warm-ups against Australia and New Zealand there are high expectations regarding future events. Preparations are under way to ensure strong performances occur against the Victorians in January and then the rest of the country in April at the Super 6’s and Australian Sides Championships.

Faye Luke has been appointed as a Bowls Australia National Training Centre Coach

FAYE lUkE’S lEGAcY With the appointment of Faye Luke as a Bowls Australia National Training Centre Coach we will see Faye gradually reduce her involvement in the Bowls SA High Performance Squads as an appointed coach. Faye will slowly step back over the remainder of the season and will attempt to pass on her extensive

experience and knowledge. Faye has been a motivational figure within our High Performance programs building many strong relationships with many bowlers and officials. The good news is Faye will not be entirely lost to the Bowls SA High Performance system. Her new role requires her to develop individual bowlers identified by Bowls Australia and to help Bowls SA to continue to develop our High Performance programs and coaches. This means we will see Faye at many of our trainings and events in a support role and working to the objectives of Bowls Australia. Many young bowlers have been influenced by Faye’s positive, uncompromising attitude, and she has been a person to seek advice from, to provide honest appraisals of players and to work with individuals and teams to strive for individual and team success. I am sure Faye will remind us of this when she crosses our paths and


HARVeY JOLLY I am sure players who have had these messages delivered to them by Faye will honour her genuine commitment by continuing to pursue excellence. PENNY lANDHERR TO GUiDE U18 GiRlS Current Eastern Jets Henselite Junior Development Squad Coach, Penny Landherr, has been appointed as the Under 18 girls coach. Penny has been assisting Faye Luke with the preparation of the State U18 girls side in recent times and brings years of bowling experience to the role as an Australian and State player. Penny has impressed many with her involvement in the program in an assistant coaching role and her well organised approach will no doubt provide our talented young female bowlers with a wealth of knowledge and experience. We wish Penny and the girls every success.

Penny Landherr will coach the U/18 girls team

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Junior Camp fun and games; Kellie Snowdon, Jack Trenorden, James Bodnar, Connor Brown, Bailey Rafferty, Renee McPharlin; Team building

JUNiOR cAMP DAY During November a number of activities have been held with the first ‘Junior Camp Day’ at Hindmarsh Bowling Club attracting 22 juniors. The day included team building activities, a measuring segment, two guest speakers and coaches and State players interacting with the youngsters on the green. Commonwealth Games swimmer Kellie Snowdon provided some very interesting stories about her sporting career, and current Australian Junior Squad member Renee McPharlin spoke on her experiences so far; both inspiring presentations. The winners for the team building activities were the Angry Dragons with teammates James Bodnar, Cooper Skinner, Conner Brown, Owen Magee and Jack Trenorden. The ‘On Green’ competition went to Faye Luke, Bailey Rafferty and Stephanie Clarke. Connor Brown was the outstanding participant in the measuring segment and the ‘Most Valued Player’ for the day was new member Krystal Westlake of the Fleurieu Falcons.

Big thanks to the State players, coaches and volunteers that gave up their time to help with the day. A special mention needs to go to Hindmarsh Bowling Club for providing lunch and drinks for the participants, free of charge. Hindmarsh is a small club but their enthusiasm and support of juniors is a credit to them. YP All STARS iNTER-SQUAD GAMES Henselite and Bowls SA have been working with all JDS Coordinators to organise a new level of competition for the junior squads. Annette Rowntree and the YP Allstars were the first Squad to take up this concept and it was a great success. Arthurton Bowling Club hosted the event and the YP All Stars members were divided into four teams South, North, West and East with each team having five players, playing Pairs and Triples. The winners were Jack Ryan, Angas & Charlie Jacobs; Tayla Swan, Kimberley Swan and Georgia Thorpe in the Triples. Pairs winners were Connor Brown and

Lachlan Jones and Ashley Gordon and Rylan Stevens. Merit Awards were presented to the players that showed great sportsmanship on and off the green and the recipients were Lachlan Jones, Georgia Thorpe, Cameron Dickson and Charlie Jacobs. A big thankyou to the Arthurton Club members for providing their facilities, and to the parents and coaches for contributing to a successful day. ANNUAl cHRiSTMAS clASSic The much anticipated Christmas Classic promises to be a day full of fun, games and prizes with special guests and a prize for the best dressed. Where: When: Time: Cost:

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[UnBiASeD OPiniOn[ wHEN SilENcE iS GOlDEN Recently I was asked this question: “What benefit is it to the community for someone to have the right to remain silent or the right against selfincrimination? It was a good question, an enquiring mind asking why just because it’s been so, why should it remain so. Unfortunately 30 seconds was not sufficiently long to provide a detailed response. The right to silence has been significantly eroded over the last 20 years in a number of contexts and there is no absolute right to silence anymore. Historically it stems from our justice system which has evolved to say that if the State is going to make an allegation against someone you have a right to ask them to prove it, without any assistance from yourself. The most common example would be where police question you regarding your involvement in any alleged offending. Generally speaking, you are only required to give your name and address and if it involves a motor vehicle you are required to say whether or not you were the driver of the motor vehicle at a certain time. The other exercise of the right to silence is exercised in court hearings. The two have slightly different considerations but by removing the right, you are undermining one of the basic rights that the civil democracy respects, namely, the right against self incrimination. Removing the right would in many cases allow the drawing of an adverse inference; that is your silence reflects guilt. The minute you allow adverse inferences

to be drawn injustices are going to occur over time. By having a right to not answer questions in court, and when questioned by police, is paramount to a fair justice system. Often discussion occurs even with a warning that you have the right to remain silent. In most criminal cases it is an uncommon step to not give evidence. As a matter of reality, juries wonder why you have not said anything. They are of course directed not to draw an inference from that silence as they should be. True enough putting people to proof does create a cost to the community of time and resources. The cost of a fair justice system is one that the community should well be expected to shoulder. There are a number of reasons why you would not speak to police when interviewed – mental health, addictions, fear, uncertainty, vague allegations, misconstrued answers, all of which have been found to be appropriate reasons for the rule by various enquiries into the right over the last 30 or 40 years. Remaining silent may occur for a number of reasons, not least of all the protection of others. The only system that has brought about any great change is in the UK where adverse inferences can now be drawn in certain circumstances. The law is complex now and convoluted at least on one view of it. Perverse results will be obtained in time. The right to silence means that citizens are protected from the arbitrary abuse of power by the State and its agencies. None of the enquiries have found a reasoned basis for change. Indeed the changes in the UK arose out of political

AntHOnY KeRin Johnston Withers considerations and acted against advice to not change the rule. The question I was asked had a sense of “well why should we (the community) be put to all the trouble and expense of trying to prove stuff that you should admit if you’ve done the wrong thing or can explain it?” The reason is because we are all presumed innocent. The right to silence has been eroded. It is eroded in a number of contexts in South Australia and Australia including the Australian Crimes Commission, and if the South Australian government has its way, the National Resources Land Management Act. It is argued in those contexts it is necessary. My view is excluding the right to silence is a shortcut measure by which to prosecute crimes and a shortcut to proper prosecutorial and investigatory techniques. It represents a complacent approach to a long held belief that if someone accuses you of something, you prove it, because we are all presumed innocent. A regime where the right to silence was not tolerated was Nazi Germany. Enough said. Endure the silence. The right to silence is golden and the right to it is priceless. And if someone accuses you of being in breach of the rules on the green, do not forget your right.

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Tony’s achievements include 15 years on the Executive Committee, Board of Management for eight years, Selection Committee for 10 years, Social Committee for seven years, two years on the Bar Committee, Greens Committee for 11 and President for two years. Tony has always been a regular face at working bees over the 40 years and on the roster to mow the green for an estimated 25 years. On a personal level Tony is still striving to take out the title of Club Champion having been runner-up twice. Congratulations Tony.

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REGiON 2 Minlaton 60th Anniversary On 18 October 1951, 36 members joined the Minlaton Ladies Club and 60 years on three of the four remaining foundation members attended the anniversary celebrations. Dawn Byrne the Club’s first ladies champion, Addie Oswald who is still a player, and Audrey Tonkin who is still playing for Minlaton. Mary Ormsby OAM was unable to attend. A set of highly polished wooden bowls, a display of ladies apparel though the years, bowls bags and large brown and black bowls to the modern day trend of colours, was of great interest. At afternoon tea Audrey Tonkin gave an account on the history of the Club, Region 2 Councillor Annette Rowntree, read a letter of congratulations from President Ivy Kluske and presented the Club with a 60 year certificate and the cake was cut.

Annette Rowntree presenting Lorraine Decelis with the 60th Certificate. REGiON 3 Melrose

Tony Bishop receiving his Life Membership certificate from President John Taylor Tony Bishop joined the Melrose Memorial Bowling Club in 1971 and now 40 years on Tony has been awarded Life Membership in recognition of his service to the Club.

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Inter Association Round Robin Despite showers all games were completed in the Inter-Association Round Robin played at Port Augusta. Region 3 Councillor Rita Jones presented the Ethel Mutton Perpetual Shield to the North Western Team Manager Marjorie Walters and congratulated Spencer Gulf who were Runners-up with two wins.

Rita Jones and Marjorie Walters

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REGiON 4 Loxton Classic The Loxton Bowling Club’s annual two day Classic Men’s Invitation Fours Carnival celebrated a 25 year milestone this year. The carnival is always oversubscribed and this year was no exception with 28 teams filling the greens. In testing playing conditions there were only three teams that won all four games. Outright winners were Dennis Treloar’s four of Andy Gapco, Graham Thiele and Ken Stokes from Berri, who were Runners-up in the 2010 event. Second place went to the Ian Oats’ four from Murray Bridge and third place went to a team skippered by Loxton player Trevor Schulz.

Andy Gapco, Graham Thiele, Dennis Treloar and Ken Stokes REGiON 5 Des Rehn Councillor Anne Swaffer recently presented well known Cowell member Des Rehn with a Bowls SA 50 Years Continuous Club Service Award and a citation was read detailing Des’s contribution to the Club, the Eastern Eyre Men’s Bowling Association and Region 5. Des has been a fine example of vision, leadership, dedication and hard work over the last 50 years. He has held positions throughout his membership including President from 1976-78 and 2005-2007, Committee Member for 34 years, and current, Selector/Team Manager 29 years and current to name just a few. Des has also been Tournament Sponsor for 34 years and ongoing, was awarded Life Membership in 1997, a Club Service Award in 1993 and an Australian Sports Medal in 2000. In responding Des said that he had great pleasure in seeing the Club advance but most rewarding was the great friendships he had made.

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Des Rehn and Anne Swaffer REGiON 6 Malcolm Fairchild Shield Lower Murray Bowling Association set the pace in taking out the new format Malcolm Fairchild Shield game held at Murray Bridge on Sunday 6 November. SA Bowler December 2011


Great Southern, Kangaroo Island and Lower Murray Bowling Associations provided 24 players for this prestigious round robin event. Following the morning game Lower Murray had won three games and one draw for a total of seven points. Great Southern with three games tallied six points while Kangaroo Island won two games and a draw for a total of five points. There were still 18 points available from the afternoon games and the pressure was on the players to perform at their best. With the final scores tallied Lower Murray had comfortably won the shield with 17 points, Kangaroo Island came in second with 11 points and Great Southern recorded 8 points. Councillor Brian Patterson presented the shield to LMBA President Wayne Lehmann and Assistant Councillor Darryl Hammat thanked Association Secretary Jack Pitcher for drawing up the new format. Having thoroughly enjoyed the games, the KI players agreed it had been well worth the big commitment they had made to come across for the competition.

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Barbara Tiggemann and Rhys Taylor Members from all 14 Clubs in the Great Southern Men’s and Women’s Bowling Associations attended a united Opening of the 2011-12 Season at the Goolwa Bowling Club in late September. Association Presidents Brian Paech and Barbara Tiggemann welcomed the huge crowd which included the Patrons of each Association, Bowls SA Board Members Don Crosby and Valda Bartlett, Bowls SA Events & Competition Coordinator Rhys Taylor, Association Executives, and representatives of the Times and Argus newspapers. GSWBA Patron June Halstead and SA Bowler December 2011

new GSBA Patron Keith Dix put down the first kitty and bowl for the season before everyone joined in for a game of Waterloo. At afternoon tea Athol Haynes, the GSBA Patron for the past 11 years was thanked for his service; Rhys Taylor spoke on upcoming events, and Bowls SA Umpire Committee Chair, Beth Young, brought members up to date on some new laws to conclude a most successful day. Lorna Rowley Shield Held at Murray Bridge Bowling Club this year, the Annual Match between Region 6 Eastern and Region 7 Fleurieu & KI, for the Lorna Rowley Shield, has a long history, but since the formation of Bowls SA boundaries, Region 7 has dominated the event. The movement of five southern Clubs to metro Regions provided the opportunity for an extra number of players from Great Southern to compete, including two teams representing Kangaroo Island. Lorna Rowley, who donated the Shield in 2003, presented the history of the Shield and opened the day’s event. Region 7 had a commanding lead, only losing one rink in the morning session, but after lunch Region 6 regained confidence winning seven rinks. Despite very competitive bowling Region 7 again came out convincing winners with 32 points plus 131 shots. The Marj Blieschke Award for the best performing team was presented by Lorna Rowley to the composite team of Fran Radbone (Strathalbyn), Jan Lind (Port Elliot), Karen Devitt and Valda Bartlett (Yankalilla). To conclude a very successful day Lorna Rowley presented her Shield to Barbara Tiggemann and Jackie Kelly OAM who accepted on behalf of Region 7.

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REGiON 9 Super Veterans In late October a busload of Penfield players visited Jervois for a social match. Whilst there Penfield members Betty Brennan and Roy Brailey were surprised when their names were called and Bowls SA President Ivy Kluske made an unexpected presentation of Super Veteran badges in front of their fellow club members. Right: Jan Underdown on her way to victory Photo Courtesy: ‘Sunraysia Daily’ and Photographer Casey Groves

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REGiON 11 Eckert Open Gender Fours Twelve teams participated in the inaugural Eckert Open Gender Fours held at Christies Beach Bowling Club in October. The event was held in memory of Bob Eckert’s late wife Patricia, and Bob generously donated the $1,500 prize money. Region Chair Winston Ellis and Tournament Manager Ross Hall congratulated Christies Beach members Riki Pou, Margaret Hall, Murray Edwards and Sam McIntosh on winning the event and everyone looks forward to an even bigger and better event next year.

Riki Pou, Murray Edwards, Margaret Hall and Sam McIntosh REGiON 12 Games dotted with class It’s probably a little known fact that the Dot Jenkinson Pairs is a major event in the Sunraysia area. So it’s with just a little bit of pride that the West Lakes Club can boast that two of their members successfully beat the Victorians in this prestigious event. A record 144 ladies competed in the tournament at the Mildura Bowls Club and after five games 13 teams had recorded five wins so three end playoffs were needed to determine the Semi-finalists. In the Semi-finals Maxine Savage and Jan Underdown defeated Gloria Burns and Betty Jaeschke of Barmera to secure their place in the Final. A dream run saw the Pair go through to claim the $1,000 prize having defeated Glenda Holt and Bronwyn McDermott from Bendigo East 6 - 4 in the Final.

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HOw MENTAllY TOUGH ARE YOU? All bowlers at some stage manage to go too wide on a drive, put too much weight on a draw and even deliver a wrong bias bowl. As individuals we are all very competitive in performing to our potential. When we do a shot that isn’t perfect the first comment is invariably negative. Even when calling shots we tend to say it negatively, for example ‘We’re four shots down at the head again’. Why don’t we say ‘we are four down at the head, just draw in here and you will have shot’? Sometimes we don’t realise that we automatically make a negative comment before a positive one. You can have the best delivery action in the world but if you view every ‘bad’ bowl in a negative light you’ll never achieve your true potential. The challenge is to see if you can change your negative thoughts or comments to positives when playing bowls. For example: • ‘You are heavy again’ to ‘Just a little less weight and I’ll be on the jack’ • ‘I’m wide again, man I am stupid’ to ‘I need to bring my line in, my weight was good’ • ‘If I hit that bowl I will give shot away’ to ‘Just draw around that bowl and I will be shot’ During the next three games, see if you can be conscious of the words you say to yourself after each bowl and also when

calling a shot to your team mates. At the end of the game, or that night, write these thoughts and comments down and when you said them, to see whether it was after a less than perfect bowl or when your team was not performing. You will then be able to establish if a pattern is occurring with negative thoughts. GAME PlAN cENTRAl Many elite bowlers go into a game without a game plan hoping that their skills and ability will get them over the line. This may work while you’re winning but what happens when you start losing due to your opposition out bowling you? This is where a game plan before the game comes into action. In Sets play format, a game may be lost with, for example, the score line Set 1: 20-2, Set 2: 6-7 and tie break 1-2, however, overall you would’ve won 27 to 11 in a shots up format. The first set demonstrates how we may focus on the fact we won the first set by a large number and then by not having a game plan to refocus in the second set we can potentially lose overall. A good game plan for sets play is to set an objective of getting nine shots and on most occasions this will be sufficient to win the set. Then with each set you start at zero again refocusing on your aim to achieve those nine shots again. There are a number of different game plans that can be implemented prior to a game, but the main objective is to

stick to your plan and ensure that you’ve practiced it at training. These are some game plans and strategies you might like to consider: • Practice long ends at training and for the first five ends of the game play ‘ditch to ditch’. If after those ends you are beating your opponent continue on playing long ends. • Practice ‘mat up’ short ends and use for the first five ends of the game. If you know the opponents are a hardhitting team, put the mat on the ‘T’ and roll minimal jack. By doing this they can’t take the jack into the ditch all the time. • Object of the game is not to let the opposition get to double figures • Varying the lengths when the wind is behind you. This is to be practiced prior to game play. • Prepare for the surface that you’ll be playing on. For example if it’s a synthetic surface you know playing that yard over shots are extremely hard, so prepare yourself to play a drive or a draw shot rather than yard over shots. In training, prior to the game, practice these skills so you feel confident in playing the shot. Game plans will provide your team with a plan of attack from the start and will also help in the week leading up to the game so that all players know what to practice to ensure they have full confidence in the tactics they’ll be using.

MONTHlY AcTiviTY: Requirements: Six cones numbered 1-2-3 (3 each end) and two mats Objective: Draw as close to each cone (the cones represent the jack). The nearest bowl scores the nominated points which are shown below. Format: Can be played as Pairs, Triples or Fours Procedure: 1. Skip to toss a coin to see who goes first 2. The winning Skip places three cones on the rink 3. Each player in the team plays their bowls like in a normal game 4. For each cone, the person with the nearest bowl receives 2 points 5. The winning Skip then replaces the cones at the opposite end 6. You can decide how many ends you want to play in the game Points: • 2 points for the closest bowl to cone number 1 • 2 points for the closest bowl to cone number 2 • 2 points for the closest bowl to cone number 3

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Shylie O’Brien EYRE PENiNSUlA BRANcH

One of the real characters of the Eyre Peninsula Branch is Kirton Bowling Club member Shylie O’Brien. Shylie is a bit reticent about her age, but admits to have been bowling for more than 50 years, originally with Naracoorte before moving to Port Lincoln. Shylie has been Club Champion on a number of occasions and is still proud of winning the Women’s Country Carnival Fours in 1984 with team mates Jean Hutton, Jean Richardson and Isabel Whiting. Whilst slowing down a bit, Shylie is still enjoying her bowls, and admits to enjoying the odd nip of Kahlua.

METROPOliTAN v lOwER MURRAY

On the fine greens of the Murray Bridge Bowling Club, the Metropolitan v Lower Murray branches played off for the Bruce Jennings Trophy. The 80 Past Presidents were warmly welcomed by Murray Bridge President Paul Smart, Lower Murray President Barry Kirchner. With Metro holding a 2–1 advantage, Lower Murray was keen to even the score and at the end of the first game scores were very close. However, after lunch a further game saw Lower Murray run out winners 200-187 at the final bell. President David graciously handed over the Bruce Jennings Trophy to President Barry for (temporary) keeping.

The best team for Lower Murray was Paul Smart, Peter White and Sue Smart (all Murray Bridge members) and Doris Kimber from Karoonda. For Metro, the best performing team comprised Joan Dunn (Payneham), Mike Powell (Clarence Gardens), Joan Blackman (Prospect-Broadview) and Phil McDonald (Adelaide). It was a great day, with tremendous hospitality provided by the Murray Bridge Bowling Club.

ATwEll TROPHY

The annual Men’s v Ladies’ game playing for the Atwell Trophy was recently held at Prospect-Broadview Bowling Club. The trophy was originally presented by Peggy Atwell in memory of her husband Bill, and with the passing of Peggy last year, the game is now played in memory of them both. Again the men were successful after two good games. The two ‘Honorary’ ladies, seconded to even the sides, did little to help the ladies’ cause and Captain Jim Linke was happy to accept the Shield from ladies’ Captain Gay Powell. These games are always great fun with good fellowship and we thank ProspectBroadview President Faye Smithson, Margaret Clarke and their helpers for their wonderful hospitality.

Gay Powell and Jim Linke


[YOU Be tHe UmPiRe[ Questions 1. In a pennant game a bowl in course hits the jack and a live non-toucher. The nontoucher came to rest in the ditch very close to the edge of the green. The jack came to rest still in contact with the green but resting on the non-toucher. What action, if any, should be taken and by whom? 2. A bowl, which has been a toucher in the previous end, is delivered with the chalk mark still on the bowl, it does not touch the jack but the chalk mark is not removed. As a result of play, several bowls later this bowl is forced into the ditch within the confines of the rink. What should happen? 3. Immediately the last bowl of the end came to rest the third for team A called for a wait of 30 seconds pointing to a bowl, which appeared likely to fall over. During the 30 seconds wait the third of team B started to secure the position of another bowl. Is this allowable? 4. A bowl in course comes to rest near the edge of the ditch leaning on the jack which is in the ditch. Is the bowl a toucher? 5. After a dead end, skip A wishes to play from the end where the jack was prior to the end becoming dead, whilst Skip B wishes to have the bowls returned and the end replayed from the original position. From which end is the end replayed?

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WeWilRememberthem.. ARDROSSAN Alice Sanders

GOOLWA Dennis Feist

MENINGIE Colin Stanier (Sandy) Bourne

SALISBURY William (Bill) Courtney

BHAS Len Hayball

HOPE VALLEY Joyce Nethercott

MORPHETT VALE Rodney Rolls

SNOWTOWN Bob McFie

BOOBOROWIE Des Button

JAMESTOWN Dean Walkington

MUNNO PARA Pete Townsend

TOORAK BURNSIDE David Bruce

BROKEN HILL Jack Wakeman

KIRTON Bob Griffin

ORROROO Geoffrey Ackland

UNDERDALE AIRPORT Gavin Thomas

CHRISTIES BEACH Jim Brown

MANNUM Ken Godleman Dean Neumann

PETERBOROUGH Andrew Reed

CURRAMULKA Fred Longbottom GLENELG Gerry Bell

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[YOU Be tHe UmPiRe [ Answe 1. The non-toucher is a dead bowl and should be removed by either third. The skips should place the jack where they believe it would have come to rest. If they cannot agree on the jack’s final position, the end should be declared dead. Law 33.3.3 2. The bowl is a non-toucher and should be removed from the ditch. Law 27.4. If a player fails to remove a mark from a bowl before delivery and the bowl does not become a toucher the mark should be removed by a member of the team which delivered the bowl or the marker as soon as the bowl comes to rest. A bowl is a dead bowl if it is not a toucher and comes to rest in the ditch. Law 27.1.1 3. NO. If either skip has asked for a 30 second period, no bowl which is likely to fall should be secured during that period. Law 40.2 4. NO. No bowl will be a toucher if it plays onto or comes in contact with the jack when the jack is in the ditch. Law 24.3

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