The Nuriootpa Bowling Club held its first trial game for the year on Saturday afternoon in ideal conditions at Tiger Park. The club Hierarchy was pleased with the turnout and a keenly fought contest was played out on Nuri’s B Green. The Tiger’s new look Division One line-up trialed several experimental rinks against a talented Salisbury outfit with many bowlers from both camps showing handy pre season form. The visitors were most impressed with the excellent state of the greens which promise to be even better than last season. Back in the Clubhouse after the dust had settled Salisbury’s Green Keeper, Greg Daulby, paid tribute to Geoff Langley for his preparation of Nuri’s playing surface. Members were delighted to see club identity Trevor Elix up and about and looking dangerous after the installation of his brand new hip. Trevor should be ready to boost the Tiger’s playing stocks later this year.
Next Sunday September 23 Nuriootpa will have another internal hit out. Bowlers should enter their names by 1p.m. to participate. Nuri’s Division One Side will be selected to travel to Adelaide to take on Scotty Thulborn’s troops. The selected Side will be named on the board at the club and are required to meet at the Clubhouse at 10:30 am.
Members are reminded that practice sessions are in full swing on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons after 2 pm.
Rob Grope delivers a ball in Saturday’s trial.
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