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Deni dominant on road

By Deniliquin Pastoral Times

Deniliquin Bowling Club’s Midweek Pennant sides all returned home victorious last Friday, with all five rinks finishing the day as winners.

Division One travelled to Rich River, defeating the home side by 55 shots; 100 to 45.

Caryn Hillier (s) and her rink of Toni Brooksby, Maxine Norton and Winnie Pattinson won 19 of the 25 ends in a dominant 36 shot victory.

Final score, Deni 45 to Rich River 9.

Lindsay Franklin, Stefan Truelsen, Fay Munnerley and Jill Grimshaw (s) also got up, winning by 10 shots.

Final score, Deni 27 to Rich River 17.

Larry Seeley, Tony Danckert, Jenny Tonta and Linda Harris (s) finished off the clean sweep with a nine shot win.

Final score, Deni 28 to Rich River 19.

Following the win Division One are holding on to fourth place on the ladder, hoping for a win against City of Echuca to cement their place in the finals.

Teams for the all important clash are as follows:

G Nisbet, T Danckert, J Tonta, L Harris (s); T Brooksby, M Norton, W Pattinson, C Hillier (s); L Franklin, B Leetham, F Munnerley, J Grimshaw (s).

Thirds cars leave the club at 7.45 am.

Division Three have finished their home and away season as minor premiers with a 30 shot victory on the road.

Deni travelled to Tongala to record an overall 63 to 33 shot win.

Lorraine Tasker, Joy McArthur, Glenys Chessells and Cheryl Bradley (s) won on 15 ends, to run away as 15 shot winners.

Final score, Deni 34 to Tongala 19.

Noel Murray, Aileen Kennedy, Maureen King and Robyn Little (s) won 14 ends and also finished 15 shots ahead of their opponents.

Final score, Deni 29 to Tongala 14.

Division Three has a double chance in the finals as they prepare to claim the premiership.

They will have a one week break before they take on Moama Red in the semi finals on Friday, February 28.

Deni have beaten Moama Red twice during the season; with the locals hopeful of history repeating itself to win their way straight through to the grand final.