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Vet’s Double Triples:
Sec 1
v Sec 2    EP1 v EP2    A great occasion with two club teams fighting for supremacy in the vet triples competition. The winners were Elmwood Park 1 who won one game 20 – 14 and drew the second 21 – 21.
The winning team;    K. Nicholson   N. Johnstone   P. Nicholson      D. Vujcich   MA. Johnstone   P. Duke

10 – 12 – 18
Another good morning for the vets double pairs. What a great year these teams have had with only one aggregate loss among them for the entire season. Playoff, here we come!!!!!

Sec. 1   v Kaiapoi Club   B. Morel  30 – 17     P. Phair  22 – 10
Action at Heaton Street.

Sec. 2          v Kaiapoi Club            D. Vujcich  29 – 8,        P. Rowley  25 – 16

Sec. 3          v Papanui Club            K. Nicholson  29 – 6,        N. Johhnstone  W 25 – 19

 

Edwards Cup
Three wins to the Blue team which now gives them a comfortable lead.
EP Blue v EP Gold
B. Prouting  31   S. Greenland  11     R. Wear  18   G. Lowe  16     D. Vujcich  19  K. Nicholson  16
Points till 10/12   EP Blue  29   EP Gold  20   Fen 18   BU  17
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Bernie Bigg
E P 1 v  Fen 3   P. Rowley  7 – 11        E P 2  v Fen 2  P. Nicholson 2 – 15   E P 3 v BU 15 – 10
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In the Canterbury Fives Bev Morel, Sherrie Cottle, Chris Kibblewhite, Fiona Frew and Tania Woodham got 5th but unfortunately just missed out with the top four qualifying. Lois Grey, Pam Phair, Lynne Brown. Pam Rowley and Lesley Campbell got 6th. Great effort from both teams.
The men’s team of Stephen Ditfort, Paul McKinnel, Don Baker, John Mears and Liam Eathorne finished 11th.

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One of the clubs traditional tournaments was played today, The Fenwood Duster. It is an annual game played between Elmwood Park and Fendalton. It was first played for during the 1980 – 81 season won by Fendalton.
8 teams, from each club, of four played; each game was 8 ends [two games] and then the teams moved in either direction but the scores were kept on the scoreboard.
Was this the scoreboard that did the damage?
Elmwood Park 3 wins 3 draws 123 points, Fendalton 2 wins 3 draws 101 points.
Afternoon tea was served after the final games and the most important part of the day occurred; the socializing.
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The aftermatch presentation, Elmwood Park regaining the Duster.
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6 – 12 – 18
Mixed Tens:     

v Canterbury 2017
Great result, four wins. This will take them to the top of the points table. Makes the final game next week against Burnside  the one to win!!!
Singles: N. Johnstone  21 – 14     Pairs: D. Baker  25 – 15     Triples: B. Morel  22 – 15     Fours: P. McKinnel 21 – 15
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5 – 12 – 18
Women’s Wednesday Interclub.
Fives: 
v Ashburton       Defaulted
Rountree Cup: v Parklands   P. Rowley   14 – 9
The Rountree ladies maintained their unbeaten record and thus easily won their section. Playoffs here we come!! hey play Darfield at the Centre Green at 1.00.


Congratulations to the two women’s teams that qualified for post section in the Centre fours.
Lois Grey, Lynne Brown,  Pam Nicholson and Joyce McKinnel along with Bev Morel, Sherrie Cottle, Chris  Kibblewhite and Fiona Frew. They obviously survived an early start and a long journey to Methven.
The hard luck story  goes to the fours team of Pam Rowley, Lesley Campbell, Mary Ellis and Tania Woodham who lost each of their three games by only a point, an extra end included in there, and had to face two Burnside fours of Tayla Bruce and Angela Boyd, both Black Jacks. A great effort.
Congratulations to the John Mears, Paul McKinnel, Don Baker and  Liam Eeathorne and Gary Lawson, Stephen Ditfort, Lance Pascoe and Matt Bassett fours teams that also qualified for post section play.

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Well done to the following club members who have been selected for the Southern Quad to be played on Sunday 2nd December 2018.
Senior Team:
Men’s Pairs: Gary Lawson (S) and Jason Dunn
Men’s fours: Liam Eathorne
Women’s pairs: Chris Kibblewhite
Developmental Team:
Women’s fours: Tania Woodham
Country:
Pairs: Rodney Greaney

 Centre Talk.

Chris Kibblewhite and Tania Woodham in action at Donald Place. They were among several club members who participated in the Centre singles.
These two qualified for post section as did Sherrie Cottle and Fiona Frew.
Congratulations. Post section singles were played Friday 16th November at Woodend.
Sherrie Cottle was defeated in the third round by eventual finalist Burnside’s Cait Bassett while the others made earlier exits.
Congratulations also to Jonathan Flint and Rod Greaney who qualified for men’s post section singles play. They faced each other on Friday 16th November at Parklands.
Greaney won that encounter but was defeated next round by Burnside’s Richard Hocking.
Well done to Rod Greaney’s team for qualifying for post-section Centre men’s triples that were played at 9.00 Sunday 18th November at Kaiapoi Club. Congratulations to Rodney Greaney, Stephen Ditfort and Ian Rule who reached the semifinals of the men’s Centre triples. They will play Tony Marshall from Riccarton Racecourse on finals weekend.
Well done also to Bruce Humphreys who qualified under the Beckenham banner.
Well done to Lynne Brown’s team and Chris Kibblewhite’s team for qualifying for post-section Centre women’s triples that were played at 9.00 Sunday 18th November at Halswell.
Congratulations to the women’s triples team of Chris Kiblewhite, Fiona Frew and Theresa Woodham who have made the finals of the Centre triples. In an all Elmwood Park affair in a semi final they defeated Lynne Brown, Pam Rowley and Lesley Campbell. Well done to both teams.
Chris’s team will face Tayla Bruce from Burnside in the final.
Well done to Fiona Frew and Chris Kibblewhite, Lois Grey and Lynne Brown and Mary Ann Johnstone and Joyce McKinnel who qualified for post section play in the women’s Centre pairs.
The men also had success in the Centre  pairs with Gary Lawson and Jason Dunn, Stephen Ditfort and Ian Rule, Paul McKinnel and Don Baker and Liam Eathorne and Matt Bassett qualifying for post section play. Well done also to Bruce Humpreys who qualified under the Beckenham banner.
Congratulations to the two women’s teams that qualified for post section in the Centre fours.
Lois Grey, Lynne Brown,  Pam Nicholson and Joyce McKinnel along with Bev Morel, Sherrie Cottle, Chris  Kibblewhite and Fiona Frew. They obviously survived an early start and a long journey to Methven.
The hard luck story  goes to the fours team of Pam Rowley, Lesley Campbell, Mary Ellis and Tania Woodham who lost each of their three games by only a point, an extra end included in there, and had to face two Burnside fours of Tayla Bruce and Angela Boyd, both Black Jacks. A great effort.
Congratulations to the John Mears, Paul McKinnel, Don Baker and  Liam Eeathorne and Gary Lawson, Stephen Ditfort, Lance Pascoe and Matt Bassett fours teams that also qualified for post section play.Congratulations to the John Mears, Paul McKinnel, Don Baker and  Liam Eeathorne and Gary Lawson, Stephen Ditfort, Lance Pascoe and Ian Rule fours teams that also qualified for post section play.
Congratulations to Neil Johnstone for making the post-section of the over 60 singles.
Congratulations  to Bruce Humphreys who is through to the final of the under 8s singles to be played on finals weekend 26th January; he will play Phil Austin from Halswell.
Tania Woodham also made post section in the women’s under 8s.

Well done to all these members who have helped keep the name of Elmwood Park to the fore.

Centre Finals Weekend  26 – 27 January 2019 at Parklands Bowling Club