Murchison Bowls Club’s new look a winning feeling

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VICTORS IN NEW OUTFITS… From left, Murchison Bowls Club players John Dunlop, Lester Trevaskis, Gordon Thompson, Wayne Brown, David Alderton, Bill Puts, Bill Saunders, Craig Irving, Garth Thompson, Derek Anderson, Paddy King, Alan Chambers and Jim Tweddle, in their new uniforms which they unveiled at the weekend where they came away victorious against East Shepp. Photo: Supplied.
VICTORS IN NEW OUTFITS… From left, Murchison Bowls Club players John Dunlop, Lester Trevaskis, Gordon Thompson, Wayne Brown, David Alderton, Bill Puts, Bill Saunders, Craig Irving, Garth Thompson, Derek Anderson, Paddy King, Alan Chambers and Jim Tweddle, in their new uniforms which they unveiled at the weekend where they came away victorious against East Shepp. Photo: Supplied.

 

VICTORS IN NEW OUTFITS… From left, Murchison Bowls Club players John Dunlop, Lester Trevaskis, Gordon Thompson, Wayne Brown, David Alderton, Bill Puts, Bill Saunders, Craig Irving, Garth Thompson, Derek Anderson, Paddy King, Alan Chambers and Jim Tweddle, in their new uniforms which they unveiled at the weekend where they came away victorious against East Shepp. Photo: Supplied.
VICTORS IN NEW OUTFITS… From left, Murchison Bowls Club players John Dunlop, Lester Trevaskis, Gordon Thompson, Wayne Brown, David Alderton, Bill Puts, Bill Saunders, Craig Irving, Garth Thompson, Derek Anderson, Paddy King, Alan Chambers and Jim Tweddle, in their new uniforms which they unveiled at the weekend where they came away victorious against East Shepp. Photo: Supplied.

THE unveiling of new uniforms sparked the Murchison Bowls Club players to give it their best shot against the favourite, East Shepp at the Goulburn Valley Bowls Division division four pennant game over the weekend, with Murchison coming away with a win, 97 – 93.

The two rinks that drew included Jim Tweddle and Derek Anderson and Gordon Thompson and Michael Harris and on the 25th end Michael killed it and put the jack out of bounds meaning they had to play one more end on that rink with Murchison winning by four shots.

Murchison Bowls Club player, Geoff Higgins said, “This is a great morale booster for the small numbered club. The Saturday pennant has 19 players to select from allowing three bankers each week on a rest/rotation basis.

“It has been many years since Murchison has had that luxury which will come in handy for our elderly gentleman as the weather heats up.”