It’s been a bit of a chilly winter around the region this lat week – sunny days but very, very cool nights and the occasional frost in some places to keep the greenkeepers worried.
The big event this part week was the Burnett District Ladies Singles competition held at Kingaroy last weekend.
It’s been a bit chilly over the last week and it looks like Winter has finally arrived after a long, unseasonally warm Autumn.
Cherbourg’s Ration Shed Museum will be opening a new exhibition during NAIDOC Week
The Queen’s Birthday weekend was a big one for Kingaroy, and they took the opportunity to finalise one of the remaining club championships: their Mixed Open Pairs.
It’s been great weather for bowling lately – and a great time of the year for visiting and hosting visitors.
What’s been happening at Nanango?
Yarraman has a new A Grade champion: Neil Johnson.
The Mother’s Day Bowls in Yarraman was a highly successful program.
One of the highlights of the Yarraman calendar has always been their Pines Carnival, held on the first weekend in May.
Most clubs are now well advanced with their Club Championships, and the weather is quickly sorting out the players from the stayers.
My online column is a little late this week because I wanted to include the latest news about yesterday’s Anzac Day competitions. I hope the slight delay won’t inconvenience regular readers.
Easter is already upon us and Anzac Day isn’t far away either.
It’s been great to see the rain, hasn’t it? The greens and grounds are looking great. But we could do with a little more rain again soon.
It’s been as bit drier this week after last week’s rain.
What’s been happening, you ask? Well, it’s been raining – which is good weather for ducks, farmers and bowling greens but a real hazard for bowl’s games directors trying to satisfy club members.
It’s been good weather for bowling, so there’s plenty happening.
There were a big couple of days in Kingaroy on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The dry weather has continued. And this week it continued so long that the South Burnett was drought-declared.
Goodness me … it’s the first of March already. March marks the start of autumn – though it’ll be hot for awhile yet – and some of the clubs are well underway with their club championships.