Tuesday Pennant – Round 3

Most of us thought we would never enjoy playing on the Murrumbeena surface which in recent years has resembled a road more than a bowling green.

Well, that has all changed with the club’s brand new surface a delight to bowl on and it will only get better over the coming seasons!

That we didn’t manage to get a win (44-58) was a bit disappointing but a very good effort nevertheless by a team which has seen a bit of rebuilding from last season.

Div 4 played out a thrilling finish at home to hang on for a 9/52 to 7/52 win over Armadale.

While I saw many fine shots during the last few ends of this match, Tony Gamble will certainly be able to dine out for a while on his first bowl of the last end of the match which snatched the game from the opposition.  If you have a few minutes to spare, ask Tony about it.

A great team effort this one!

Michael Classon
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Hello. I am Michael Classon. I have lived in Malvern most of my life. I call it my home town. Playing bowls is a great joy to me - I have always loved being part of a sporting team and being involved in the administration of the sport at club and State level has been a wonderful hobby where I have met many extraordinary people who have volunteered countless hours to ensure that our game continues to be available to all levels of participants. My message to new and experienced bowlers is make sure you have some fun every time you play.

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