Our penants size had mixed results at the weekend in the first round. Molong beat the number 3s 89:40. with the team we had available, it was not as bad as Molong has a gun side.
The numbers 6s had a six nil win against Orange City with a margin of 74, 48. Well done, boys.
Friday Twilights: 24 played four games of triples. C Hobby, R Buesnall, E Parker 17; R Hammond, H Mooney, P Davies 14; R Dwyer, R Southcombe, K O’Leary 18; B Chapman, a visitor from Taree Julie Hewitt and J Hewitt 9; V Woodford, M McCalister, W Easson 12; D Hodson, T Simmons, M Rimmer 10; T Leggatt, C Bright, T Ryan 24; A Oldham, David, M Jowsey 2.
Wednesday socials: 27 fronted for a roll. D Hillier, G HOlland, G Death 28; J Rue, J Davis, B Seberry 15; H Henry, C Scott, P Simmons 22; G Mendham, B Scott, R Nowland, 18; P Williams, P Davies, 20; R Miskell, R Neely, 20; with E LePoidevin swinging H Mooney and J Finlay 21; R Coates, B Gressor 20.
Sunday Chicken Run: six had a roll. Shorty, G Roach, G Egan 17; M Roach, K Ryan, H Smith 10.
Our ladies’ penance side are three from three. Great stuff, girls. Punt high and folly on.
The sheet for the club’s singles is on the board. Get your name in and try your luck.
Penants this week: number 2s v Bathurst @ Bathurst. Team 1: A Nunn, K Chapman, B Lees, A Eaves; Team 2: T Leggatt, R May, M Rimmer, R Stinson; Team 3: T Simmons, W Skinner, G Death, J Adams.
New teams: number 6s v country club at Blayney. Team 1: W McLaren, G Mendham, Craig Gosewisch, B Gressor; Team 2: J Davis, D Hillier, G Holland, G Death; Team 3: H Mooney, M Kinghorne, E Prosper, B Seberry.
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