Grade 2s still playoff chance despite loss
The final round of the Pennants season was played last weekend.
The Grade 2 side travelled to Grenfell and lost a close match.
Graham Fliedner’s team won by three shots while Garry Carberry’s team won by four.
On the other rink, Col Hayward’s team were beaten by 11 shots with the overall result going to Grenfell by four shots.
Depending upon other results, the Grade 2’s may progress to the playoffs.
The Grade 5 side travelled to Caragabal and will be in the playoffs after a good win.
Warren Bevan’s team went down 20-19, but the other two teams had wins.
Col Mudie and his team won 19-17 and John Corcoran’s team won 18-14 for an aggregate score of 58-51.
In Grade 7, the winner of the match between Parkes and Railway Diggers would go on to the playoffs.
Railway got off to a good start, but Parkes fought back and had the lead for a while.
Railway came back to take the match by four shots, winning two of the three rinks.
In Club Championships, Brett Frame teamed with Paul Henry to play the father and son team of Warwick and Matt Parker in Major Pairs.
Brett and Paul won the early ends to lead 5-2 before the Parkers drew level at 8-all.
Brett and Paul steadily built a lead and ran out 26-20 winners.
In Major Singles, John Corcoran scored a convincing win over Arthur Corbett.
John teamed with Tom Casey in Major Pairs to defeat Garry and Michael Went.
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