Hello Members, Sponsors & Patrons
SHARE THE DIGNITY
IT’S IN THE BAG
Three of the DDCC’s members have undertaken to help an excellent cause and are inviting all sporting bodies to consider taking part.
Estelle Perry, Lorraine Lewis and Janice Paddick-Hoover are promoting “It’s in the Bag” which is a cause set up by “Share the Dignity” and is currently being run throughout Australia.
The initiative is to help those ladies in our community who are or who are at risk of becoming homeless and also to help shelters for abused women with a handbag of essential items which we all take for granted.
Already they have had great support. The ladies who are currently playing Corporate Bowls have also been invited to consider helping, along with the tennis, golf and croquet. Members who belong to other organizations in Dunsborough have also taken this cause and are promoting it within their own circles.
A target of 50 bags has been made. With your help we can do this together.
Attached to this newsletter is further information.
Estelle, Lorraine and Janice.
Thursday Men’s Bowls 17/11/16 the winners were R Don and K Holyoake plus 36 with the runners-up on plus 25 being D Henderson and J Walker. The consolation prize went to E Bunbury and H Queckfeldt on plus 14 and the MB award was presented to Fred Vanranzow and R Prentice.
Pennants. Division Two. Dunsborough white beat blue 46-32 aggregate. The ladder has Margaret River on top with Duns blue second, white third.
Division One : We played Margaret River with 67-57 with one draw and two wins and the aggregate to take out 5.5 points and so we are on top with 31 points and MR and Augusta are on 19.5 points each. Geoff Benn is on top of the skip ladder with Ed Hoemberg in second place.
PLAY OF THE DAY: Clem Taylor’s 12 touches. Yes! 12 touches!
Ken Rowell Memorial Mixed Fours.
An overcast and coolish day were the conditions, with the sun peeping out very rarely. It was a great competition with lots of fun and some excellent bowls delivered to boot.
K Gibb’s team won last year and they were on the prowl to have a repeat. They lost M Patterson due to a cruise being more important but they picked up M Brown in her place. They won their first two games but then met M Hines team which had one win and a draw which ultimately became two wins and a draw.
But circling under the radar was Henk de Boer, Megan Black, Maxine Allum and Heinz Fischer who won their first two games and then put everything to bed with a huge win in their third match.
The winners were Henk and his crew, Maureen and her crew (I Creagh, R Don and N Gage) came second and coming in third was the crew from Busselton skipped by W Dawson.
Ken’s great grand-daughter Bree Hastie was there to present the winning cheques. She thanked the club for “carrying on Pop’s memory” and congratulated everyone for the day’s organisation.
ROB POLLARD WISHES TO ADVISE ALL THURSDAY BOWLERS THAT THE NOMINATIONS CLOSE AT 12.30 PROMPT. NO PLAYER WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 12.30.
IF YOU THINK YOU MAY ARRIVE LATE, PHONE CALLS TO HAVE YOUR NAME ON THE LIST WILL BE ACCEPTED.
PENNANTS PLAYED IN MARGARET RIVER TUESDAY NOV 15TH.
Windy conditions made the play tricky.
Dunsborough, Jean Kelly, Helen Reyolds, Megan Black and May Armstrong defeated Augusta Blue
and gained 6 points.
Dunsborough Blue, Sue Chester, Gail Barry, Jem Coupar and Samy Berryman played Cowaramup.
They drew the fours.
Gail Barry and Jem Coupar were one up in the pairs while Sue Chester and Sammy Berryman lost their pairs.
Cowaramup won the aggregate, so Dunsborough Blue scored 2 1/2 points.
SOCIAL BOWLS WEDNESDAY 16TH
15 players played a popstick draw. Unfortunately, the rain began after the first game and the day had to
Ladies enjoyed a chocolates and a sponge tastefully decorated with rats by Sharon Sharpe to celebrate
May Armstrong’s 80th birthday
CYCLE CLUB NEWS
Next Grassroots Ride- Monday Nov 28 from 3.30pm. Kids and adults welcome. Check out our Facebook page for more info.
FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER
Friday night meals are available between 6.00 pm & 7.00 pm.
Friday Night Menu
25th November 2016
Beef Lasagne with chips and Italian summer salad
Coq au vin ( French style Chicken casserole with red wine
mushrooms and bacon sauce) served with savoury rice and roast veg
Vegetable curry with rice and crispy pappadums
White chocolate and raspberry cake
Cost for two courses
$25 per person
Please advise of any dietary requirements prior to Friday.
To book your table Click Here
Friday Night Jackpot
The Jackpot Draw on Friday night was not won. This Friday nights jackpot will be $1000. Members must be financial and present to claim. The Jackpot is drawn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm in the Clubroom bar.