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Title race ends in tie
Pressure on Finegand in mid-week rounds
Girl power: Janine
Ogden was the first
woman home in
the 5 kilometre run
section of the Ken
run/walk event on
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Balclutha and Finegand tied for
the South Otago bowls men’s
pennants series after an exciting
Leaders Finegand were beaten
9-3 by Balclutha in the final
round to force the competition.
Neville Thomson and Graeme
Dale scored two wins each for
Finegand, while Bill Barron
added a single point when his
four held Dave Roxburgh’s four
to an 8-all draw. The best for
Finegand came from Peter
Miller, who scored their only win.
Milton Blue were too strong for
Milton Gold, winning by 8-4,
while Owaka drew 6-all with
Kaka Point in an evenly
contested game. For Owaka,
Murray Patterson, Lance
Ibbotson and Bruce Wilson
scored one win each. The best
for Kaka Point came from Ken
Stephens, Ray Hopkins and John
Bisset, all with one win each.
Stirling were too good for T and
C winning by 8-4 and
Clutha Valley scored an 8-4 win
In the mid-week competition,
which has two weeks to run,
Finegand went down to
Balclutha White by 24-21. Those
two teams are now at the top of
the table. Next week, Balclutha
White have a bye, so Finegand
needs to win both games to
cement the title. In other games,
Waihola pipped Stirling by 18-17,
and K P Orcas scored a 23-7 win
over the KP Seals. Balclutha Red
went down to T and C by 17-14
and Owaka just got home over
Milton by 20-18.
South Otago men’s teams to
play Eastern Southland on
Sunday, April 7, at 9am.
Senior team to play Eastern
Southland at Clinton: R Wilson
(s), J Hurst, R Crawford, M
Collett; B Sanders (s), J Bisset, I
Bennett, W Melvin; G Hill (s), J de
Malmanche, M Bunting, P Miller;
B Cowie (s), A Philip, G Dale, G
Keach; B Campbell (s), B
Littlejohn, N Walker, W Bird; B
Hollander (s), M Twaddle, L
Gunderson, B Keach; D Roxburgh
(s), C Wyndham, B Price, K
Player/Manager: J Bisset.
South Otago Development team
Singles: G Wyber. Pairs: A Wyber
(s), M Preddy.
Triples: T Nicol, M Patterson, D
Fours: J Nicol (s), D Grant, M
Bissenden, B Robertson.
Singles: D Wolland.
Pairs: S Uren (s), P Balloch.
Triples: K Stephens (s), G
Thomson, W Mellon.
Fours: J Moana (s), K Wilson, I
McLean, K Johnstone.
Player-manager: M Patterson;
If unavailable please phone B
Price: 415 8219.
Results from play at the
Balclutha club on Saturday —
women: Gail Sharpin 40 points,
Kerry Hale 39, Pauline Ellis 37.
Men 0-14 (medal): Alan
Kitchingman 62, Darrell Peoples
64, David Ward 66.
Men 15-36: Joe Laban 61,
Stephen Harrold 62, Richard
Sumpter Moore longest putt:
Chisolm Park NTP: Mark Crosby.
Balclutha Night/Day Gross:
David Ward 69.
Guest Mug: Joe Laban.
Balclutha ladies results.
LGU and putting and national
teams — 0 -22 section: J Bisset
81-14=67 35 putts; V Fiddes
95-22=73 33 putts.
22-54.4 section: N Scott
114-54=60 39 putts, L Tilson
99-31=68 28 putts.
Putting: N Muir 29 putts;
9 Hole: G Dunlop 16, J McArthur
Hidden Nett Eagle: M Allington.
Birdies: D Watt;
District qualifying round teams
to play at Alexandra on April 29:
J Bisset, K O’Malley, V Fiddes, N
Results from the Kaitangata Golf
Men — medal round: Jack
Kennedy 88-21=67, Keith Calder
Nyhon Transport NTP: Laurie
Draw for 1st round men’s
championship: J Kennedy v M
Hale; L Carson v K McCabe.
Ladies open championship: Joy
Calder beat Diane Storer,
Annette Daumann beat Carolyn
Medal round: Liz Oliver
99-32=67,D Storer 100-32=68.
Clinton Ladies golf results,
Carruthers Plate;4BBB Nett
L Chittock & J Ritchie Nett 62
K Dodds & A Townsend 65
S Culbertson & B Cowie 67
Kaitangata Pistol Club.
Cowboy Action Shoot: Bald
Eagle 1st, Zoomy and Barry 2nd
equal. Next shoot is March 24.
Bridge to Beach
The Johnstone Electrical Bridge to Beach will
be held on Sunday, March 24. There will be a
21 kilometre race for runners and bikers, a
10km race for walkers and family bikers and a
35km road bike race. Forms are available at
100% Johnstone Electrical in Balclutha or at
slsnz.org.nz. Late entry fees will apply.
Dusky Dust Buster
The Dusky Dust Buster will be held on March
23 in the Dusky Forest and surrounding
farmland. There will be a 34 kilometre Dust
Buster, 19km Recreational, 10km Short
Course and 6km kids’ mountainbike rides,
10km and 19km runs and a 10km walk. Entry
forms are available from
tapanuiwestotago.net. For more information
contact Allan Richardson on 027 220 2672 or
Barry Frew on 027 432 0168.
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