Important Dates

Monday, 18 February 2019

February 18, 2019

2019 Bowler of the Year Tables take Shape


After the Fours and the Triples have been completed, Terrigal bowlers feature heavily in the top 10.  Last years Bowler of the Year Darren Morrison is once again on top sharing the lead with his team mate, Rod Rewko.


For the first time President's Reserve will be evaluated for a Bowler of the Year award.   At the moment no player has won points in more than one event.  This may change when the singles and pairs are played later in the year.



In the Seniors, Ettalong Memorial has the top 6 places with the 2018 Bowler of the Year John Roberts, currently in 6th place.


In the Under 18 Bowler of the year, Josh McDonnell and Bailey Meti are tied in the lead as they played together in winning the Fours and Pairs.  Much depends on the singles being played next weekend.

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Sunday, 17 February 2019

February 17, 2019

Ourimbah Maintain Upper-hand in Presidents Reserve Triples Final


Presidents Reserve Triples Champions ……..Adam Humphries, Tony Aldrich, Steve Balsdon Ourimbah RSL
Ourimbah RSL’s Adam Humphries, Tony Aldrich and Steve Balsdon where in control for most of the game defeating Ettalong’s Garry Eggleton, Carl Wilson and Michael Braham in the final of the Presidents Reserve Triples  29-20 played at Ettalong Memorial BC.
It was a good standard of a game but every time Ettalong threatened Ourimbah had the ability to come back to maintain the upper-hand.
It is the first year that the President Reserve Triples has been a Bowls NSW Championship event and the Ourimbah team will now play-off in the State Championships to be played at Ettalong later in the year.
Kevin Dring
BCC-Z15  Publicity Officer
Presidents Reserve Triples Runners-up…..Garry Eggleton, Carl Wilson, Michael Braham Ettalong

February 17, 2019

Last Bowl Snares Seniors Triple Title


Seniors Triple Champions (l/r) Garry Frost, Alan Lewin & Col Passfield
 Ettalongs Garry Frost, Alan Lewin and Col Passfield trailed for most of the game but leveled the scores at 15 all after 21 ends with four ends remaining in the two bowl Triples final against Avoca Beach’s Chris Angove, Daved Peckam and Kevin Bowcock.
They went into the last end needing two shots to win and Col Passfield played the big skippers bowl to snare victory 18-17. It was the only time they hit the front in the entire game.
They will now contest the Bowls NSW State Finals later in the year
Kevin Dring
BCC-Z15 Publicity Officer
Shell-shocked Triple’s Runners-up Chris Angove, Daved Peckam & Kevin Bowcock

February 17, 2019

Terrigal Capture Back to Back Open Titles


BCC-Z15 Triples Champions 2019 (l/r) Jeff Watson, Darren Morrison Rod Rewko
In an impressive display the Terrigal trio of Jeff Watson, Rod Rewko and Darren Morrison outplayed Ettalong’s  Zach Robertson, John Roberts and Lee Trethowan in a most convincing manner to take out the 2019 Bowls Central Coast Triples title 32-12 at Ettalong Memorial BC.
Both teams had strong semi-final wins and it promised to be a crackerjack of a final, but the Terrigal team came out firing and had the title in their keeping leading 19-3 after just eight ends.
Darren Morrison, BCC-Z15 Bowler of the Year in 2018, skipped Terrigal to a Fours title earlier in the year and he is now on track to achieving the “Grand Slam” with just the Pairs and Singles remaining.
Kevin Dring
BCC-Z15 Publicity Officer
Runners-up (l/r) Zach Robertson, John Roberts & Lee Trethowan

Monday, 11 February 2019

February 11, 2019

BCC Development Squad Plays the RSL State Side


The traditional challenge of the BCC Development Squad and the RSL State Side was also held on the weekend on 9th February 2019. A side of 24 persons of interest to the selectors had a good result against the very experienced RSL State Side "virtually drawing the game with their last bowl" according to David Cameron BCC Chairman of Selectors,   The players were being considered for a range of Representative Sides including the Open Side, Seniors Side and Reserves.



February 11, 2019

UNDER 18 PAIRS FINAL AN OUTSTANDING GAME


Bailey Meti & Josh McDonnell proudly display their winner’s medallions
Congratulations to Josh McDonnell and Bailey Meti on defeating Reegan Peterson and Travis Henley
19-12 in the final of the Bowls Central Coast Under 18 Pairs Championship played at Ettalong Memorial BC. It was an outstanding game with Peterson & Henley jumping away to an early 7-0 lead. McDonnell and Meti came back to lead 9-8 on the eighth end with both teams then leveling at 12 all after 12 ends. The skills and talent of the Central Coast youth was on full display and had the small crowd of spectators on the edge of their seats. It looked as if the title would go down to the wire, but one wayward end by Peterson and Henley dropping five shot cost them the title.
Kevin Dring
BCC-Z15 Publicity Officer
Halekulani’s Reegan Peterson & Travis Henley put up a bold showing in the final of the Under 18 Pairs championship

Sunday, 10 February 2019

February 10, 2019

Strong Team Effort Captures U18 Fours Title

Under 18 Four’s Champions for 2019 (L/r) Joshua Smith, Chelsea McKay, Josh McDonnell, Bailey Meti (skip)

Joshua Smith, Chelsea McKay, and Josh McDonnell skipped by Bailey Meti combined well as a team to defeat the less experienced Billy Waite, Reegan Peterson, Blayne Cook skipped by Travis Henley 18-7 in the final of the Under 18 Fours Championship played at Ettalong Memorial BC.
Played in hot and humid conditions it was a disciplined game of quality draw bowling with the game a lot closer than the score suggests. Both teams are to be congratulated on the manner in which the game was played as the Under 18 players are a tightly knit group under the guidance of the Under Bowls Coordinator Paul Wesche who is delighted with the progress of these players.
Kevin Dring
BCC- Z15 Publicity Officer
 
Under 18 Fours Runners-up (l/r) Billy Waite, Reegan Peterson, Blayne Cook, Travis Henley(skip)