Bowls Results December

WAIUKU
On Tuesday 5 December, Waiuku Bowling Club held their ACT tournament. Here are the results:
Ist; Dave Nganenko, Kathy Ferguson and Gloria Swain
2nd; Alan Ferguson, Jackie Greig and Rod Macgregor
3rd; Barry Williams, Kingston Hull and Lynda Macgregor.
KARAKA
The results of the 2 Open Tournaments held in December.
The Noel Dunning Memorial Fours Trophy Day: Winning team: Gaylene Harvey, Natarsha Grimshaw, Adrienne Tilyard, Sandra Gordon from Papakura.
2nd: Stuart To Tana, Val Thomas, Brian Caddy, Nancy Crompton from Marne Road. 3rd: Lou Rajak, Daniel Rajak, John Thompson, Peter Lam Sam.
Best Karaka team: Bob Croft, Betty Morris, Graham Barber, John O;Conner.
The Summerset Open Triples Ham Tournament: Winning team: Don Kirkbride, Jack Kayes, John Smith from Karaka. 2nd: John Kendall, Rangi Goffe, Bryan Cartwright from Karaka. 3rd: Rex Hayward, Penny Wakelin, Margaret Crisp from Patumahoe. Next best Karaka team: Barry Hodge, Graham Barber, Lenore Ford.
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