Limited rollups now allowed on the greens. Keep social distance rules. Disinfectant spray (for the mats) and handwipes for the jacks are in the Mat Box.
Special notice: all events cancelled including all meetings and social bowls. AGM to be advised later by our Board.
The board is monitoring the situation and will advise via this website when we plan to re-open. It is highly unlikely that this will happen before June but will depend on the spread of the virus and on government advice.
Being mostly of ‘senior’ age we need to be especially careful by keeping our distance and following the government recommendations. Be safe everyone.
Our secretary has received information from LSEBA. On BowlsSA advice it is possible to delay an AGM for up to 6 months. This would make it up to 31 October for us. In the meantime current officers will remain in their positions. LSEBA suggest that we should complete the audit of our finances and circulate these to members where practical. At this stage Malcolm will get the audit done but we think the copy to members can wait until we know when the AGM will happen. Malcolm assures us that all is fine with our finances.
Selectors will most likely be chosen at the deferred AGM.
We are asked, if possible, to send in the number of Pennant Teams and Tournament Dates to Match and Programme. This will be difficult for our club to achieve as meetings of more than two people are discouraged.
The publication of the Club Programme Book will not be possible without the BowlsSA and LSEBA programmes.
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Millicent Bowls Club Ladies Pairs and Fours Competition
The Millicent Bowls Club hosted a ladies pairs and fours competition on Tuesday 3rd March.
48 players took part in the day with clubs travelling from Naracoorte, Kingston, Lucindale, Penola, Beachport , 2 teams from Mount Gambier RSL, 2 Teams from Port Mac Donnell and 3 teams from Millicent all took part in the competition.
The format of the day was: the first game was a fours played over 12 ends at the completion of that game 2 players went in for lunch while the other pair played a game of 3 bowls straight over 8 ends then the other pair who had their lunch came out and played their games of pairs also over 8 ends using 3 bowls straight. After the completion of that game all players took part in the final fours game played over 12 ends.
The overall winners for the day was a rink from Port MacDonnell with a score of 106 points, Robyn Burley, Roma Henderson, Jan Dowdell and Sharon Perryman. The overall runners up was a rink from Penola with a score of 103: Pam Davies, Jean Rogers, Judy Grosvenor and Kathy Brooks.
The first pairs winners for the day was a rink from Lucindale with a score of 27 points only losing 1 of the 8 ends: Chris Watts and Ana Sharman.
The second game pairs winners was a team from Mount Gambier RSL with a score of 26 points only losing 2 of their 8 ends: Edna Eldridge and Barb Winterfield.
After all games were completed the players retired into the club rooms to enjoy a beautiful afternoon tea. A fun day was had by all.
Millicent Bowls Club Flying Doctor Bowls Day
1st March 2020
On Sunday the 1st of March the Millicent Bowls Club hosted their annual Flying Doctor Fundraiser with 48 players taking part in the day. Players played games of ten ends with only one point separating first and second placegetters. First place went to the team of Joan Greenwood, Bill Chapman, Frank Cooper and Terry Barnes with a score of 54 shots. Second place went to Phil Keatley, Robbie Chambers, Mary Campbell and Iain Campbell with a score of 53 shots. It was great to see several night bowlers take part in the event. The total amount raised for the day was $1,367 which was handed over to the Millicent Flying Doctor’s President, Mr. Tim Haines. After the game players enjoyed a delightful afternoon tea donated by players and Andy’s Bakery. There were also several prizes which were drawn in the raffle. A big thank you to all players who participated and the support crew who willingly gave up their time to ensure all went well.
Millicent Bowls Club SMK Electrical Open Triples
The Millicent Bowls Club annual triples competition was played on Wednesday 5th February with the games starting at 9-30am.30 players took part in the 3 games played over 10 end each, two in the morning and one in the afternoon.
The scoring system used for this tournament was 20 points for a win in each game and 1 point for each end won and half a point for 4 or more scored on each end.
In first place with 3 wins and score of 80 points was the teams of Derk Pietersma, Mary Clifford and Rob Chambers.
In second place, with 2 wins and a score of 56 points was Allan Correll, Ian Ross and Robin Rolfe.
Other scores for the day were.
Sarah Ross, Merle Stevens ,Garth Baker 54+11, Adriana Ross, Ros Varcoe, Sam Schofield 54+7, Andre Reinders, Carroll Gibbs, Shirley Thiele 35+10, Heather Carthew, Lurlene Reinders, Chris Earl 35+5, Terry Barnes, Ella Pietersma, Joan Greenwood 34+8, Robert Radley, Arthur O’Connell, Dawn Bellman 34+5, Glen Tilley, Mary Campbell, Frank Cooper 34+1 and Andrea Radley, Denis Clifford, Tina Eriksen 33+9.
Herb Henderson Day 26/1/20
112 bowlers attended from Mt Gambier, Mt Gambier RSL, Kingston, Lucindale, Nhill, Kalangadoo, Naracoorte, Edwardstown and Millicent participated. After a slightly delayed start due to light rain the games soon got under way and the day turned out to be a pleasant day. Big thanks to all the workers of the day and Rod Gibbs for his green preparation, the greens were great.
Millicent Bowls Club Mac Ford/ Landrover, Kimberly Clark Sponsored Day
This event was held on Monday the 27th of April. Numbers were down from previous years as only 12 teams had entered for the day.
Starting at 9-30am the first game before lunch was played again over 15 ends, with 2 games of 10 ends played after lunch.
Overall winners for the day, was the team of Wayne Ross, Brian Roper, Adam Carpenter(Sponsor From KCA (General Manager), Denis Clifford. Second place went to the team of John Scudds, Lyn Scudds, Peter Varcoe and Ros Varcoe and In third place was the team of Andrea Radley, Heather Cathew, Robert Radley and Dirk Pietersma.