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2016

Saturday 9 April was Opening Day 2016.


(Left) President Stuart Pendreich looks on as his wife, Wendy,  prepares to deliver the ceremonial silver jack.

 

(Right)  President Stuart  and the Ladies’ President, Frances Wood, pose for the camera.




The first final of the 2016 season was played out on a chilly Friday evening.  The winners of the McLauchlan Rinks are pictured here with posession of the handsome trophy.  They are... Bob Lawrie (Lead); Stuart Pendreich (Skip); Mike Fraser (Third) and Ivor Steel (Second).

Shame about the weather for the Ladies’ opening Hat Game.  However a good time was had by all, as may be seen in the photographs

Gordon Taylor and Peter Craig  beat John Kelly and Colin Arnot (photo on right) in the Final of the Seniors Nominated Four Bowl Pairs.

Pictured here is Gordon Taylor with Neil (from Brunstane B.C.  who he defeated at Maitland Bowling Club on Thursday 9th June to win the SBA Singles Final.  

Graeme Hyslop  Beat John Blyth to become the 2016 Club Champion and Sylvia Napier beat Linda Cassells to win the Ladies Championship for 2016. .

AYR 2016


The Willowbrae Rink of Peter Craig, Iain Pryde, Ian Paterson and Bert Munro lost 17 - 12 in their match against Thornliebank.

Also, sadly, Richard Dall lost 21- 11 to Melrose.

A brave effort by all - WELL DONE!


The winners of the Senior Gents

 were John Wood, Ivor Steel and Steve Barclay.  They beat Douglas Gibson, Mike Fraser, and  Jim Robertson.

Paul Archibald beat Richard Dall 25-22 to win the Gents  handicap competition for 2016.  

He is pictured being presented with the trophy by President Stuart Pendreich.


The winners of the Rinks competition 2016 are Ray Robertson, Gordon Taylor, Peter Craig and Iain Pryde.

They defeated Ed Hardy, Bill Campbell, Barney Quinn and George Connolly in a hard fought final.

                                                   



Here Gino is being presented with the  Peter Symetrophy by President Stuart Pendreich.


Ian Paterson had a fine win over George Wood to win the Two-Bowl Singles competition.