34 players turned up and George Kistruck won for his second time this season. George was closely followed by Charles Fraser and Ros Pimlott. With just four points difference between them. George, Peter Mayne, John Howarth and Cas Sinclair all making good progress up the table.
Thirty six players turned up for a lovely days play, only spoilt by a sudden heavy downpour that affected the last few games. Mike Flannery won, for the second week running! Closely followed by Kay Martin and Jo Pierpoint.
Please complete and either post to Steve Reynolds, or put in the folder on the Bar.
Please print at home if possible, leaving copies for those who do not have home printing access.
Note the final date for receipt of entries (and the associated payment) is Friday 6th March.
Full rules for the Internal Competitions will be displayed on the Noticeboard and on the Website . Changes from previous years will be highlighted in red. Costs will be as last year, £2 per competition entered, with no maximum.
See also the Internal Competitions Procedures & Guidelines Note, as there is going to be a much stricter approach to competition round end-dates this year, ie. if results are not posted on the appropriate spreadsheet and sent to the website email address by the due date, both parties will be scratched. If you are having difficulty in arranging matches please let me know asap.
25 members turned out on a mild New Years Day, including 5 members entering the competition for the first time this winter. Jack Good won this week at his first attempt! Will Mellor managed a 10 hoop 2 ball break on his debut this winter.
31 members turned up for the last One-Ball of 2019. All lawns were thawed, if a little firm. We had two winners this week with George Kistruck and Diana Jerman both on 92 points. Note that the next Wednesday One-Ball will be on New Year’s Day, weather permitting.
26 Members turned up to play on a cold and frostyish morning. So everybody got a big letter. But unfortunately only two lawns were fit for play. However, everyone played 3 games and was given an average 17 points for the fourth. Patrick took the honours this week.