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Pugsley emerges victorious

THE Wallerawang bowlers have been active right up to the new year and in their major singles Craig Pugsley gave Lionel Hawkens some hurry up as he got away to lead 9-1.
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Hawkens got back to level at 13-all but ‘The Baker’ Pugsley shot away to win 31-23.

The two Ian Macs clashed and it was Ian McMillan who led 22-4 before going on with the job to beat Ian McManus 31-11.

Dave Nunan led Peter Piggott 11-7 early but then got over-run as Piggott found his range and ran away to win 31-23.

Tony Holden gave a lot of cheek in his game against ‘Tiger’ Feltham as he led 9-1 and then 14-7.

Feltham came back to level on 15-all and then took full control to win 31-16.

Pairs

In the pairs, president Des Francis combined with son Darren against Mike McNamara and Greg Anderson.

Darren was the best bowler on the green as he led his dad to a 15-nil lead after six ends.

It never got any better for Anderson and McNamara as they went down 28-11.

The Jasons — Nunan and Fraser — showed no Christmas spirit as they defeated Lance Gillespie and Ron Vidler 22-13.

Mixed pairs

In a semi final of the mixed pairs, Pommie Williams was given an armchair ride as his partner Cassie Ford found form early to give her team a 28-2 victory over Barbara Heath and Kim Alexander.

In the socials Geoff Flynn and Dommie Rainsford got up on the last end to beat Kim Alexander and Craig Pugsley 18-17.

Reg Warner has made a welcome comeback as he and Dick Bulkeley beat Daryl Archer and Greg Anderson 32-10.

Jim Brown and Ray Palmer beat Bob Ray and George Glencorse 17-14 while Jack Nicol and Bruce Robinson defeated the father and son team of Les and Ian Pender the score being 24-17.

Thursday Turnarounds

The Thursday Turnarounds continue with wins to the Swingers, The Tiggers, The Rangers. The No Bias beat the No Ballers.

The Builders the Gathers and the Dough Rollers were all winners.

Craig Pugsley

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