The finals of the Bowls Central Coast Mid-Week Triples were hosted by Munmorah United Bowling Club on Wednesday, October 1, and produced some close games and plenty of nail biting.
The A Grade final, between Halekulani and Terrigal, was a cliff-hanger with the scores on the master scoreboard seesawing throughout the game. Going into the last end the scores were locked on 61 each and, as the final minutes unfolded, the result was going to be in the hands of the skips. Terrigal looked to be holding shot but Terrigal skip David Limbrick put it out of doubt with his last bowl for a matching winning two shots and a 63-61 win on the big board. Halekulani won two rinks to one with Lindsay Willding defeating Darren Morrison 21-20 and Bill Constantine defeating David Limbrick 19-15, but a solid win by Terrigal’s Brendon Myer’s rink over Shane Gibbin 28-21 provided the match winning margin. The winning side was presented with a plaque by Bowls Central Coast president Mr Col Bray and each player received a winners badge to commemorate their success.
Media release, 3 Oct 2014
Kevin Dring, Bowls