The South Eastern Times : December 4th 2014
BOWL 31S Bowls success for Millicent Wins four out of six matches in pennant competition ALTHOUGH the wind was, at times, gusty the pennant bowls matches were played in sunny and warm conditions. Meanwhile, four out of six Millicent Bowling Club teams took the win, having a successful day. Division 1 DIVISION 1 Red travelled away and had a tough match on its hands against Mount Gambier Blue, with one rink winning, one drawing and one losing. This was enough to hold on to third spot on the ladder. After leading 20-5 after 13 ends the team of Terry Barnes, Herb Henderson, Lindsay Warneke and Neil Whelan fell into a rut and, fight as they may, finally went down 25-24 on the last end. Coming from nine shots behind after 13 ends Iain Campbell, Steve Carnellor, Bill Davis and Ashley Madden knew that they were in for a hard day but with grit and determination they fought their way back to a 20-20 draw at the close of play. After winning the first end Rod Gibbs, Peter Scanlon, Ian Ross and David Crase slipped to 5-10 down after eight ends. At the 16th end they put their noses in front and were not headed again for the rest of play and finished with a 23-9 win. Division 1 Red, 67 shots, 13 points defeated Mount Gambier Blue 64, 3. Meanwhile, Division 1 Blue registered its first win for the season against Naracoorte RSL. Marino Gandolfi, Dennis Schultz, John Madden and John Buhlmann led from the first and were never headed on their way to registering a comfortably 33-17 win. Glen Jones, Glen Tilley, Derek Bowering and John Eldridge were in a tight tussle after eight ends they were ahead 9-7. With a lead of 11 shots after 14 ends they almost let the opposition in with the CHECKING: Millicent’s Robert Atkinson looks at the result of a good bowl. scores 24-21 after 21 ends. They had a late surge and eventually ran out 32-23 winners. Dirk Pietersma, Peter Varcoe, Alan Correll and Rob Chambers had a game with the lead changing seven times in the course of the 25 ends played. They put up a gallant display against a strong team and were eventually beaten 19-24. Division 1 Blue, 84 shots, 14 points defeated Naracoorte RSL 64, 2. Division 3 DIVISION 3 Red played at home to Naracoorte and proved too strong on the day, winning two of their WEATHER FOR MILLICENT BEACHPORT TIDE TIMES Thursday 4 0756am 0.5 1106am 0.6 0336pm 0.4 Friday - - 5 1216am 0.4 0831am 0.4 1155am 0.6 0413pm 0.3 Saturday 6 1252am 1.2 0902am 0.4 1236pm 0.6 0451pm 0.3 Sunday 7 0126am 1.3 0931am 0.4 0113pm 0.6 0527pm 0.2 Possible Shower Chance of Rain - 80% UV: Very High Thursday Max 23°C Min 13°C Possible Shower Chance of Rain -90% UV: Extreme Friday Max 23°C Min 11°C Clearing Shower Chance of Rain - 40% UV: Extreme Saturday Max 24°C Min 9°C Clearing Shower Chance of Rain - 40% UV: Extreme Sunday Max 27°C Min 10°C Mostly Sunny Chance of Rain - 70% Monday Max 28°C Min 9°C Thursday Cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers, most likely in the morning and early afternoon. Winds west to northwesterly 15 to 25 km/h turning southwesterly in the morning. Overnight temperatures falling to around 13 with daytime temperatures reaching the low to mid 20s. Friday Cloudy. Slight (20%) chance of a shower in the morning. Light winds becoming southwesterly 20 to 30 km/h during the morning then tending southerly 15 to 25 km/h during the evening. Overnight temperatures falling to around 11 with daytime temperatures reaching the low to mid 20s. Saturday Cloudy. Slight (30%) chance of a shower in the morning. Winds southerly 15 to 25 km/h turning southeasterly during the evening. Overnight temperatures falling to around 9 with daytime temperatures reaching 23 to 28. Coastal: Thursday Winds East to southeasterly 10 to 15 knots tending south to southeasterly in the morning. Seas Around 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5 metres inshore during the afternoon. Swell Southwesterly 1.5 to 2 metres, decreasing to 1.5 metres during the morning Friday Winds Southwesterly 10 to 15 knots increasing to 15 to 20 knots in the afternoon, then turning southerly during the evening. Seas Around 1 metre, increasing to 1 to 1.5 metres during the afternoon. Swell Southwesterly 1.5 metres, increasing to 1.5 to 2 metres south of Beachport. www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au ROBE TIDE TIMES Thursday 4 0808am 0.5 1118am 0.6 0348pm 0.4 Friday - - 5 1228am 1.1 0843am 0.4 1207pm 0.6 0425pm 0.3 Saturday 6 0104am 1.2 0914am 0.4 1248pm 0.6 0503pm 0.3 Sunday 7 0138am 1.3 0943am 0.4 0125pm 0.6 0539pm 0.2 Thursday 4th Friday 5th Saturday 6th Sunday 7th 651041 The South Eastern Times, Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 31 Sunrise 5:40 Sunrise 5:40 Sunrise 5:40 Sunrise 5:40 Sunset 8:17 Sunset 8:18 Sunset 8:19 Sunset 8:19 three rinks. Rod Horne, Wayne Burris, David Taylor and Terry Lonergan led for the entire game and led 26-13 after 13 ends. They were beaten 1-10 over the next 12 ends but the lead was too great for the opposition and they finished as winners 36-29. Arnold Damhuis, Jim Earl, Peter Bateman and Glenn Brown got away well and led 15-7 at the halfway point. Slipping back to be 20-20 after 23 ends they scored four on each of the last two ends to win 28-20. Bob Baxter, John Chalmers, Norman Peart and Brian Atkinson had to claw their way back from being behind 5-17 after 12 ends. They got to within one point at 19-20 after 21 ends and finally went down 22-25. Division 3 Red 86 shots, 14 points defeated Naracoorte 74, 2. Meanwhile, Division 3 Blue played away to Lucindale where it was beaten across the board. Bill Schuller, Rod Harkness, Ray Thiele and Alan Strother dropped the first three ends and could not get into the game. The opposition was too strong and went on to win comfortably 34-16. David Botting, Malcolm Wright, Alby Cecotti and Ray Doecke started with a four on the second end and were overtaken on the fifth end then conceded 10 shots on the next four ends. Paul Ryan, Dianne Stephens, Peter Hyland and David Reichelt led for the first nine ends with the score 12-12 after 12 ends. The opposition then scored 29-4 over the rest of the game and finished with a lead of 41-16. Division 3 Blue, 48 shots, 0 points lost to Lucindale 111, 16. Division 4 DIVISION 4 built on its recent wins when it faced Lucindale at home and came away winning two rinks to one. Doug Chilton, Robert Atkinson, Cliff Elton and Barry Stoddart beaten in an arm wrestle from beginning to end. Going to the break all square at 16-16 they couldn’t get back into the game when play recommenced and eventually lost 24-29. Bruce Pettman, Mario Rodaro, Max Richards and Ken Taylor had a tough game as well. Leading from the third end until the 17th, until Lucindale drew level at 16-16. The next four ends saw them slip behind but a seven on the 22nd end got them back into the match and they went on to win 30-23. Bill Cattanach, John Drew, Ed Fitter and Colin Pye got away well and in a controlled game were not headed for the entire match. At 11-7 after 11 ends the break gave them time to refresh and come out to win 28-14. Division 4, 82 shots, 14 points defeated Lucindale 66, 2. Division 5 DIVISION 5 travelled to Port MacDonnell where Ron Trewin, Frank Weber, Bill Mullen and Chris Earl played one of the tightest contests of the round. With the score at 10-10 after 10 ends and favouring the visitors 17-10 on the 14th end it was a game of cat and mouse until the end when they claimed a 25-21 victory. Max Blacketer, Manny Vanderhorst, Dick Vanderheul and Brian Johnson led for the first four ends then they were outgunned until the 18th end when they were behind 9-22. Scoring seven shots on the next four ends it looked like they were back in the game and only trailed by six shots before the opposition scored all the rest of the points to eventually win 16-29. Division 5, 41 shots, 2 points lost to Port MacDonnell 50, 12.
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