Jackpot triples last Tuesday was won by the team of Donna Syms, Chris Dean and Dot Malin with a score of +17. No jackpot winner again.
Friday social evening raffle winners: David Atkins, Meat Tray; Pat Dawe, Breakfast Tray. Thanks again to Taurus Fine Meats for their wonderful sponsorship. The Members Draw of $120 was not won as Max Hammond was not present to collect.
Next Saturday after Pennant a barbecue will be held for all members and friends. For catering purposes, please put on the sheet in the clubhouse before Friday if you wish to attend.
On Sunday the B-grade Singles was played. Men’s winner Michael Brown, runner-up Allan Welsh. Women’s B-grade winner Trish Green, runner-up Anne Cassar. Congratulations to all.
GV MIDWEEK PENNANT
Division one — round 13
Seymour defeated Kyabram, 14-91 to 2-60 last week, to remain in second position. Another win at home in the final match of the season would cement their ladder position. Good luck.
Ian Ridd, Dave Atkins, Trudy Golding, Dot Dillon (s) 25 def M. Nowasad 23;
Milton Howell, B.Dillon, Marg Locke, Maureen Prudden (s) 19 lst to B. Button 22;
Rob Baldwin, Lynda Rohde, Jenny Ridd, Wilma Atkins (s) 47 def J. Dixon 18.
This Seymour team also had a good win at Murchison when they defeated their opposition 14-73 to 2-65. The top position in division 3 will remain with Seymour if they can defeat East Shepparton in the last game.
Graeme Flint, Doug Hutton, Marty Wessselman, Marie Maggs (s) 13 lost to H. Newton 26;
Barb Plum, Pat Dawe, Di Staples, Gail Krzciuk (s) 29 def M. Lockyer 18;
Lois White, Linda Brown, Rob Brown, Jane Wall (s) 31 def W. Thompson 21.
Another win for this team when they defeated their opposition, Kyabram 14-60 to 0-33. A win against Euroa next week may get them into the four to play finals the following week.
CBD MIDWEEK PENNANT
Sorry, I have no score sheet for this game. Results can be found on the spider web.
GV SATURDAY PENNANT
Division one round 12
Seymour did not have a good day last Saturday when they travelled to Stanhope, losing 16-100 to 2-82. However, they will bounce back endeavouring to win the last two games to finish the year on a high. The club wishes the team good luck.
Jenny Ridd, Dave Atkins, Dennis Klein, Rob Baldwin (s) 28 def G. Fitzpatrick 19;
Milton Howell, Gail Krzciuk, Dale Sellick, Nax Hammond (s) 23 lost to R. Ponton 27;
Ian Ridd, Dot Dillon, Eliot Jarman, Bernie Dillon (s) 11 lost to T. Hancock 22;
Wilma Atkins, Vin Hall, Jeff Rhue, Rob Brown (s) 15 lost to S. Walsh 32.
This game at Shepp Golf proved to be a good one for Seymour when they won all rinks. Scores: 16-77 to 0-66. Top of the ladder Seymour play Mooroopna Golf (sixth) and Hill Top (third) in the next two weeks.
Eon Densworth, Graeme Prime, Terry Smalley, Derrick Boyd (s) 29 def F. Gulliver 24;
Lynda Rohde, Lyn Meek, Marty Wesselman, Maureen Prudden (s) 23 def T. Crowe 19;
Linda Brown, Doug Hutton, Steve Reed, Mark Law (s) 25 def R. Mackay 23.
Seymour is finishing the season well, defeating Shepp Golf 14-51 to 0-38. With Seymour second behind Kyabram, they have a good chance to remain in this position after the final two matches.
Holly Johnson, Pat Dawe, Di Staples, Marg Flynn (s) 26 def G. Matthews 14;
Lyn Rieniets, Donna Syms, Jim Bruce, Anne Cassar (s) 25 def F. O’Mears 24.
CBD SATURDAY PENNANT
Division one round 13
Seymour defeated Yea 18-120 to 0-72. Seymour, in third with one round to play, is in an excellent position to play in the finals for 2018. I do not have a complete score sheet for this match. All winning rinks as follows
Don Lawton 25 def R. Hatty 14, Shaun Houghton 29 def R. Branch, Alison Hall 35 def J. Livii,
Garry Broderick 31 def J. Brant 48.
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On Tuesday, February 6 Seymour VRI played against Eildon. Sitting in fourth position on the ladder before the game, Seymour VRI won all rinks by 39 shots overall and holds the advantage of top team on the ladder, pushing Eildon out of the four for the time being.
Seymour VRI 16-88 def. Eildon 0-49.
Joe Purcell returned to the team and after a slow start the rink took over at the seventh end, winning five consecutive ends, and with nine shots up at the16th end won the next six ends to be 21 shots up at the 22nd end, and 18 shots at the end of the game.
Greg Jones’ rink started with seven shots before the opposition scored, then five shots up at the 17th end finished well winning by 13 shots.
Kelvin Towt’s rink was re-shuffled and Kelvin Towt replacing Peter Smith played a competitive game with the lead changing at least three time. The scores were level at the 21st end, winning four of the last five ends and finishing with five shots on the last end for an eight-shot win.
Results: S. Stanley, I. Nichols, M. Furletti, J. Purcell (s) 34 def. S. Matcham 16.
G. Dixon, P. Rolfe, I. McBean, G. Jones (s) 25 def. G. Oliver 12. D. Prudden, P. Delzotto, B. Dawe, K. Towt (s) 29 def. L. Di-Bella 21.
Division One team hosted the top team on the ladder, Kilmore at the Seymour VRI green with two rinks being successful and a much better performance than the previous week although falling short by 10 shots.
Division Three Goulburn Valley team travelled to Mooroopna Golf playing against second placed team on the ladder expecting a competitive game.
It was not easy with three rinks winning by small margins and one rink excelled in winning by 16 shots resulting in winning all rinks and, with 22 shots overall, a great morale booster.
Division One made a great effort against such strong opposition, highlighting the big win by Ina Nichols’ rink and Moreno Puppa in his first stint as skipper defeating Phillip Skehan reputed to be one of the best skippers in the competition.
Seymour VRI 4-78 lost to Kilmore 14-88.
Ian Nichols’ rink dominated the game being 21 shots up at the 20th end winning by a remarkable 22 shots.
Moreno Puppa’s rink held a slender lead up to the 15th end, then relaxed and as the game seemed to go out of control, scored five shots on the 21st end to retain control and held on for a two-shot win.
Paul Rolfe’s rink struggled to keep up with the opposition and being 12 shots down at the 21st end, lost by 15 shots. Wayne Flint’s rink took five ends to register their first score, and struggling with low scoring were lucky to hit double figures and lost by 19 shots.
Results: P. Smith, K. Cain, P. Delzotto, I. Nichols (s) 34 def. W. Hanna 12. A. Nachtigal, J. Crockett, H. Flint, M. Puppa (s) 22 def. P. Skehan 20. J. Tuckwell, G. Dixon, R. Richards, P. Rolfe (s) 12 lost to K. Mayberry 27. S. Crockett, A. Walton, S. Stanley, W. Flint (s) 10 lost to J. Reimann 29.
Division Three Goulburn Valley team travelled to Mooroopna Golf in an expected finals tussle against the second placed team, but all teams had a win boosted by Luke Spargo’s rink that just gets better.
Seymour VRI 18-107 def. Mooroopna Golf 0-85.
Luke Spargo’s rink played a competitive game up to the 16th end holding a slim two-shot lead, then went on to win eight of the next nine ends for a great 16-shot win.
Greg Jones’ rink held the lead and at the 15th end were seven shots up, but not scoring the next seven ends dwindled the lead to be four shots down at the 22nd end then won the last three ends for a three-shot win.
Geoff Neal’s rink was 10 shots up at the 15th end, holding a comfortable 11-shot lead at the 23rd end, but the opposition scored nine shots on the last two ends leaving only a two-shot win.
Kelvin Towt’s rink was unable to take control with the lead changing five times during the game and the scores were level at the 23rd end. In an exciting finish Seymour VRI scored two shots with one end to play and the opposition took the last end by only one shot leaving a one-shot victory.
Results: I. McBean, M. Furletti, W. Noonan, L. Spargo (s) 31 def. D. Sleeth 15. B. Voogt, R. Hockley, J. Purcell, G. Jones (s) 23 def. G. McIntyre 20. P. Challis, D. Clarke, M. Szczykulski, G. Neal (s) 29 def. B. Lorains 27. D. Prudden, B. Anderson, B. Dawe, K. Towt (s) 24 def. C. O’Shannessy 23.
The meat tray raffle supplied by Taurus Fine Meats was won by Danny Brown from Kilmore.
Next Saturday Division One will play their last game for the season against Eildon and return hopefully with a win. Division Three Goulburn Valley will host bottom of the ladder team Euroa at the Seymour VRI green.
After the washout of the previous week, on Tuesday, February 6 the Division 2 side was able to get back on the winners list defeating Hill Top and gaining 14 points out of a possible 16 for the day. Yesterday this side was to play Euroa at Euroa in the last of the home and away matches. Unhappily the Division 5 side didn’t fare as well against Dookie.
Last Saturday the two sides were at home playing Shepparton RSL, Division 4, and Kyabram, Division 6.
The Division 4 side defeated their visitors by 21 shots gaining 17 points out of a possible 18; this win placed this side in the four with two matches to go before the finals. The Division 6 side was outplayed with both teams losing.
More club competition matches are still being played with the ladies 100 Up now down to the last two.
A reminder to all members to please check the noticeboard for upcoming events such as the Pink/Blue Day, this year being held on a Friday, February 23 at 6pm.
Our president and vice-president both celebrated birthdays last week as did Len; this week we send greetings to past member, Les. Newsagency/general store couple and club sponsors, Geoff and Linda, have celebrated their anniversary this past week.
The club extends its condolences to the family of Nell Green. Get well wishes to anyone not feeling as well as they could.
Three for three last week with all pennant sides winning. The mid week Division 5 team defeated Katandra West by 45 shots to lock up a top two finish with one game remaining. Wally Grinpukel, Deanne Page, Vicki Reidy and Lyn Sinden won 27/21. Lyn Millar, John Dennis, Des Fothergill and Fiona Smith had a 48/9 victory
The Division 5 side defeated Euroa by 22 shots to remain in second place with two rounds remaining. John Humphreys, Keith Hollands, Ed Dunn and Bardy McLeod recorded a 28/20 victory. Keith Millar, John Dennis, John Sinden and Vicki Reidy won 28/19. Joe Gattuso, Lyn Millar, Lyn Sinden and Fiona Smith had a 25/20 win.
A battle for fourth place in Division 1 when Nagambie played Shepparton Park. In a tight contest Nagambie won by 11 shots to remain in fourth place needing a win in one of the last two matches to ensure a finals berth.
Brett Spargo continued his good form winning with Chris Spencer, Des Fothergill and Greg Brack 29/17. Mick Mitchell, Graeme Barber, Mick Nolan and Paul Nichols won 25/19. Brian Nisbet, Glen Weatherell, Peter Nichols and Daniel Nichols lost on the last bowl of the match going down 29/30. Angel Mannakin, Rob Smith, Rob Page and Jack Spencer rallied late to go down 17/23.