By Casey O'Connor
The past week has been quiet at the Southern Cross Bowls Club by normal standards.
On Thursday, Cate Gardner, Linda Hartley (sharing with Daph Cross) and skip Brian Bourke played Darcy Furness, Kev Seaby and skip Val Gray.
Brian Bourke’s team walked away with a 12-8 win.
The weather on Sunday may have kept many away.
Either that or they were being treated to special Father’s Day activities.
Only one group was brave, keen or silly enough taking on the elements.
By the end of the game Barry Ziebell and Roger Cavanagh probably thought they were just plain crazy after Clark Davidson and Al Thornton gave them a hiding.
The final score looked more like one of the recent NRL results – 44-6.I’m thinking those intermittent showers may have played their part.
Today, Thursday, (9 September), Social Mixed Bowls commence at 1pm.
Everyone including beginners are welcome.
Val Gray is now the organiser, so ring please give him a call on 0409 611 930 to book your spot in or be at the club by 12.30pm if you wish to play.
This Sunday, (12 September) everyone is welcome to join members for an afternoon of Social Mixed Bowls commencing at 1.00pm.
Book your spot by calling Kev (ph 0447 807 699) or be at the club by 12.30 if you would like a game.
Tuesday, September 14, 22 members from the “Jacks & Kitties” bowls club will be paying Southern Cross a visit for bowls and lunch.
14 Members of Southern Cross Club are invited to join in for bowls and lunch (Cost $25).
Please contact Cheryl 0407 641 158 asap if you intend to play. Starting time is 9.00am,
Sunday 26 September is Footy Fun Day. Come dressed in your favourite NRL team colours.
Everyone is welcome. Be there at 9.30am for a 10am start. There will also be a BBQ lunch.
Contact Clark 0427 673 277.
For barefoot bowls, social and competition bowls, functions and bar, it is hard to go past the Southern Cross Bowls Club Inc. located opposite St Mary’s Church in Warwick.
Follow the club on Facebook or give the club Secretary, Cheryl a call on 0407 641 158 for further information.