Tantitha win convincing

BUNDABERG Port Curtis Men's District Division 1 Pennant final was completed last Sunday at Brothers Bowls Club between Gladstone and Tantitha Bowls Clubs.

Three teams of fours from each club got underway at 9.30am and after all teams had completed five ends, Tantitha had a slim lead of 18 to 15 shots.

At the halfway mark when each team had completed 11 ends Tantitha moved ahead 41-26.

Strong winds started to have an effect on the game with some players having difficulty adjusting to the gusty conditions.

Gladstone struggled but Tantitha were able to increase their lead and at the end of play Kurt Brown's team won 27-11, Tony Townson 22-17 and Darren McCracken 21-10 giving Tantitha a convincing win of 76-41 shots.

Tantitha will travel to Gladstone on October 18 to play against Central Queensland.

The winner will have a berth in the Bowls Queensland State Pennant finals to be played at Bribie Island Bowls Club on October 28-29.

Anderson Shield 2009 gets underway on Saturday at Bargara and Burnett Bowls Clubs with play to start at 9am.

On Sunday Elliott Heads bowls club will host the semi-final and finals.

The official draw is in the section with club results in today's NewsMail.

Inquiries to games director Jim See on 0402 812 771.

Bundaberg Ladies Division triples is being held today at Brothers Bowls Club.

Tantitha Bowls Club has their B-grade Triples on October 17 with $600 in prize money.

Three games of 15 ends. Nominations to the club on 4151 3345.

Bundaberg Bowls Club will have their mixed fours carnival on October 25 with three games of 16 ends and $1080 in prize money.

Nominations to the club on 4151 3183.

Moore Park Bowls Club men's pairs is on October 31.

Players are advised only a few spaces are available. Contact the club on 4159 8326.



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