Bowls. Saints’ new turf in tip top shape

Smithton Bowls Club and volunteers pitched in to cut and lay new synthetic turf at Smithton Country Club last week.  A break in the weather — unlike the days of wind and showers prior and following — allowed the job to be finished off.   Thursday’s games were washed out and the points were shared.  …

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Bowls. Div Two in second place

Smithton Saints’ Division Three pennant team of Jean Cameron, Lyn Savage, Joy Auld and skip Cherylle Pedley gained two valuable points in last Thursday’s game against Latrobe. Meanwhile, the Div One team found the going tough, meeting with Latrobe. Saturday’s Div Two team earned the result they were after, defeating Penguin 94 to 87. Outstanding …

2 months ago 0

Bowls. Resurfaced green a step closer

The Smithton Saints found the going tough against quality opposition in Latrobe during Bowls North West’s Mixed Division One competition last Thursday. Karen Neilson’s rink gained one point for a draw while Cherylle Pedley’s rink earned two valuable points for the Division Three team. The addition of Ross Arnold and Michael Berechree in the Mixed …

3 months ago 0
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Fours, pairs competition awaits

Bowls. Smithton Bowls Club will soon be abuzz with its annual long-weekend tournaments. The A1 Essential Cleaners Mixed Fours will be held on Saturday before the Circular Head Earthmoving Solutions Mixed Pairs tournament takes place on Sunday. The club will look to improve on the games of previous weeks throughout the annual competition after Smithton …

12 months ago 0

New bus, turf, track

Promise. Members of the Liberal Party were in Circular Head on Friday to make several funding announcements ahead of the March 3 state election. First off the bat was $150,000 towards the Smithton Bowls Club, then $100,000 for Wyndarra Centre, and lastly $100,000 to extend the walking and cycling track near Tatlows Beach, Stanley. Synthetic …

1 year ago

Winning streak continues

Bowls. The Smithton Bowls Club ladies were outclassed by their country cousins Wynyard late last month. Smithton were defeated by Wynyard in all bar one rink where Karen Neilson’s side gained a draw. The Division Three women also put in a gallant effort as Joy Auld sealed the team’s only victory, winning 19 to 11 …

1 year ago

Smithton strives for victory

Bowls. As the Bowls North West season continues into a new year, Smithton Bowls Club sides are making an impact in the competition. Earlier this month, the Division One ladies team defeated Port Sorell in an away match in what was a great effort by all. Meanwhile, the undermanned Division Three side fought gallantly against …

1 year ago
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Improvement, teamwork continues

Bowls. Smithton Bowls Club finished the first half of the season last month, continuing to compete competitively. Division Two shared the points with Devonport Eagles after inclement weather impacted proceedings on Saturday December 2 while Division Five continued a winning streak over Penguin where Tom O’Halloran, Ian Morice, Joe Ennis and Max Holden played exceptionally well …

1 year ago

Close comp

Bowls. Both Smithton Bowls Club ladies sides were defeated by Wynyard during Bowls North West proceedings on home turf last week. Following the two Thursday games, the temptation of a barbecue encouraged many to join the men’s pennant practice. On Saturday, Division Two men hosted South Burnie in Smithton. While the weather tormented players throughout the …

1 year ago

Ready for round five

Bowls. Smithton Bowls Club are well into the Bowls North West season and making an improvement with each week. When round one commenced early last month, the local Division Two side hosted a formidable opponent in Port Sorell, ultimately unable to register a victory. Meanwhile Johnny Jacobs, John Stronach, Shirley Ennis and Barrie Cooper paved the …

1 year ago