Warwick Credit Union staff member Ian Tate, Pittsworth players Jane Muggleton, Sylvia Elsden, Debi Petersen and Rosie Rohde with Warwick East president Margaret Wright.
Warwick Credit Union staff member Ian Tate, Pittsworth players Jane Muggleton, Sylvia Elsden, Debi Petersen and Rosie Rohde with Warwick East president Margaret Wright. Gerard Walsh

Bowled over by teamwork at comp

PITTSWORTH pair Jane Muggleton and Rosie Rohde made it back-to-back victories in the Warwick East Bowls Club Rose Fiesta which finished yesterday.The two-day carnival is the major event on the Warwick East ladies calendar.

Muggleton, the Pittsworth skip, said her team came to enjoy themselves.

"If we won, we won, if we didn't, we didn't," she said.

"We like to follow the country clubs and will be back next year."

Muggleton and Rohde were the two who were in the winning team last year and shared more success three weeks ago with a runner-up finish at Cambooya.

A Pittsworth team recovered to come third after their club president withdrew after she fell on Tuesday night breaking a bone in her foot.

She was replaced yesterday by Warwick East bowler Gloria Brady.

Skip Trish Ehlers said the club was grateful to two people who came to the aid of their injured player in the street.

"We are grateful to Peter and Felicity for their help," she said.

A Warwick team skipped by Judith Cutmore won round 2.

Warwick East president Margaret Wright rated the competition a great success.

"We had two excellent days of bowls. There was $1600 prize money thanks to the support of major sponsors Warwick Credit Union and other sponsors," she said.

Ian Tate, of Warwick Credit Union, said the weather had been great but he hoped it was raining today.

 

Winners

  • Round 4 Warwick/Inglewood
  • Round 3 Coolangatta
  • Round 2 Warwick
  • Round 1 Combined team
  • Third overall Pittsworth
  • Second overall South Toowoomba/Drayton
  • First overall Pittsworth


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