On Sunday, February 7 Kilcoy members took part in the first round of the annual Webster Shield competition at Toogoolawah.
Summer storms over the last week played havoc with lawn bowls around the region, forcing the abandonment of some games and the cancellation of others.
Hot summer weather and seasonal storms have kept a lot of bowlers off the greens this past week.
There’s been a lot of action around local rinks this week … and there’s some big plans in the wind
Twenty-six bowlers graced the greens of the Kingaroy Bowls Club for club selected Triples last Thursday.
2016 is just around the corner … and what a year 2015 has been.
Yarraman Bowls Club has certainly had its ups and downs this year, but now look like they will finish on a high note.
Yarraman’s annual Rosalie Fours competition attracted a full green over the weekend in near ideal weather conditions.
Proston’s annual Bottle Tree Carnival has been one of the region’s big bowls tournaments for many years.
Some people might say that Spring has sprung … but according to my thermometer, Spring has gone and Summer has definitely arrived, with temperatures in the high thirties becoming quite common over the last week or so.
Yarraman took a break in their calendar last week to take up an offer from Bowls Queensland to conduct coaching and umpiring courses
The weather completely disrupted bowls matches around the region over the last few days.
The rain in Spain may fall mainly on the plain, as my old elocution teacher used to insist, but last week the rest of it fell in various places around the South Burnett
Nanango’s Ladies Rose Bowl Carnival was held on Tuesday, and there was quite a roll-up.
The monthly triples clash between Nanango and Yarraman is always a keenly contested match. But last Saturday’s tournament was a real battle.
Sunday saw 18 teams take part in Kingaroy Bowls Club’s Mixed Pairs Carnival.
Yarraman had a great start to their weekend with their popular annual “Shirts versus Skirts” match.
One of the highlights at Yarraman Bowls Club this week was the semi-final of the Yarraman Men’s Mixed Triples.
The highlight of last weekend’s bowls in the South Burnett was the Kingaroy’s Ladies Carnival.
The Yarraman Ladies Club have finalised their championship calendar, and Honour Board winners were posted on the club’s notice board at the last meeting. Past President Helene Johnson almost scooped the pool.