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  • October 9, 2017

21- 10 – 17
Windy conditions spoiled a fine day and a good green. 30 members had an enjoyable afternoon at Donald Place.



16 – 10 – 17
The second round of the Edwards Cup was played today in somewhat cool weather at Donald Place.

Edwards Cup
Round 1
16- 10 - 17Bernie BiggStarts 6 - 11 - 171.00 @ Donald Pl
Elmwood Park Bluev Fendalton Elmwood Park Bluev Barrington United
R. Prouting16-8 Elmwood Park Goldv Fendalton
R. Wear27 - 14
A. Reid22 - 23
Elmwood Park Blue 2Fendalton 1PointsTill 16/10
Elmwood Park Goldv Barrigton UnitedBarrington United4
B. McIntosh14 - 18Elmwood Park Blue4
K. Nicholson22 - 13Elmwood Park Gold2
G. Lowe14 - 16Fendalton2
Elmwood Park Gold 1Barrington United 2

Elmwood Blue almost had three wins. Allan Reid was down 0 – 15 and fought back to just get beaten 22 – 23. So near yet so far!!!


15 – 10 – 17
Congratulations to Mat Bassett, Neil Johnstone and Jonathan Flint who have qualified for the men’s singles post-section to be held on Saturday 29th October at Belfast, and to Sherrie Cottle who qualified for the women’s post-section to be held at Riccarton Racecourse on the same date.

16 – `10 – 17
Congratulations to the following Elmwood Park teams who have qualified for the men’s post-section triples to be held on Saturday 21st October at Bowls Papanui:
Paul McKinnel (s), Don Baker and Mat Bassett
Rod Greaney (s), Jonathan Flint and Ian Rule
Our two women’s teams played well in a very tough section and each won 2 games out of 4.

13 – 10 – 17
Due to heavy rain earlier in the week the montly Friday open fours tournament was cancelled on Wednesday. Pity as Friday turned out to be a great day with a temperature 0f  21deg.

6 – 10 – 17

   South Island Women’s Chartered Club. Success for Elmwood Park.   
Elmwood Park entered three teams in this week long competition held in Christchurch from 2 – 6 October. It involved over 50 teams of four from around the South Island.
In a great early season result for the Club, two of these teams made it through to the last 16 knock-out stage. Then each team won their next two games to make the semi-final. There, they unfortunately, were drawn against each other. Well done to both
teams which were:
Bev Morel (s), Sherrie Cottle, Theresa Woodham , Margaret Pilkington
Pam Phair (s), Mary Ann Johnstone, Pam Nicholson, Joyce McKinnel
In the semi-final, Bev’s team won in a close encounter on a somewhat difficult and heavy green at Beckenham and then went on to win the final against a strong Nelson team.
Bev commented that her front three all played very well and made her life as skip quite easy!
A great start to the season for Elmwood Park!