Women’s Mid Week Pennant wrapped up

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The 2017 Women’s Mid-Week Pennant flags have been shared by 3 different clubs over the 3 grades.  Throughout the season, all three grades saw some entertaining and adroit games on display, with many games secured by only one or two shots in the end.
Queanbeyan were convincing victors in the Grade 1 dropping only one game for the season. Apart from their round 2 hiccup against Tuggeranong, where a competitive and tight match saw each team win a Rink but saw their opponents take the overall win, Queanbeyan played the season in a dominant and skilful fashion.  Canberra and Tuggeranong battled it out for the runner-up position, respectively achieving 5 and 4 wins a piece.
Tuggeranong Red narrowly defeated Canberra North for the grade 2 flag, with the result being decided only in the final round. Both teams won the same amount of matches throughout the season and were only separated by a handful of points.
Weston Creek claimed the grade 3 flag with 8 wins from 10 matches for the season.  Yowani Blue finished runners-up securing wins in the final two rounds to jump from 4th the 2nd on the ladder. Grade 3 had some tight games played from all sides throughout the competition with many of the bowlers capable of playing at a higher level in seasons to come.
Bowls ACT congratulates all involved in competition including the bowlers, umpires and host clubs.  A special shout out to the wonderful Greenkeepers, who as always, did a wonderful job of providing excellent playing surfaces.

The 2017 Women’s Mid-Week Pennant flags have been shared by 3 different clubs over the 3 grades.  Throughout the season, all three grades saw some entertaining and adroit games on display, with many games secured by only one or two shots in the end.
Queanbeyan were convincing victors in the Grade 1 dropping only one game for the season. Apart from their round 2 hiccup against Tuggeranong, where a competitive and tight match saw each team win a Rink but saw their opponents take the overall win, Queanbeyan played the season in a dominant and skilful fashion.  Canberra and Tuggeranong battled it out for the runner-up position, respectively achieving 5 and 4 wins a piece.
Tuggeranong Red narrowly defeated Canberra North for the grade 2 flag, with the result being decided only in the final round. Both teams won the same amount of matches throughout the season and were only separated by a handful of points.
Weston Creek claimed the grade 3 flag with 8 wins from 10 matches for the season.  Yowani Blue finished runners-up securing wins in the final two rounds to jump from 4th the 2nd on the ladder. Grade 3 had some tight games played from all sides throughout the competition with many of the bowlers capable of playing at a higher level in seasons to come.
Bowls ACT congratulates all involved in competition including the bowlers, umpires and host clubs.  A special shout out to the wonderful Greenkeepers, who as always, did a wonderful job of providing excellent playing surfaces.