WR Engineering Women’s Pennant Wrap Rd 4

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Round 4 – 24/25 Feb 2018

The Men’s grades were well and truly washed out – stay tuned for plans for the round.
 Women’s Grade 
It was glorious weather for the Women’s pennant round 4, and the Ladies from City took advantage of this by bouncing back into the winners circle. They travelled to Queanbeyan where they defeated Queanbeyan Gold comprehensively with wins on both rinks.  Loretta Gillespie‘s rink had a 13-19 win and Ruth Moore’s 14-20.  FS 27-49 (0-2).  QRSLM travelled to Yass to play the combined Canberra North/Yass team (half of their home games to be played at Yass, half at Canberra North) where they put on a great show to come away winners on both rinks.  Kelli Cartledge’s rink performed fabulously – Kelli making the match with seconds to spare after being up all night helping to deliver a baby (its ok, she does this from time to time, being a midwife!). On the other rink, Catherin Hunt’s team had a much closer bought against Spud Scott, winning by only one shot, on the last end.  FS 33-47 (0-2).  Canberra’s Helen Eggins lead her rink to a strong win over Canberra North Green 28-9.It was a closer score on the other rink, one shot being enough to give Canberra both rinks and 8 points. FS 48-28 (2-0). Belconnen also racked up 8 points with their two rink win over the Queanbeyan Blues.  Helena Megee was the better performed skip, winning by 11 shots.  FS 44-31 (2-0)   In the top of the table clash (Tug v WC) at Weston Creek, Sharon Harmer was in fine form and was well supported by her team mates, winning the rink 36-7.  Notwithstanding this, Gillian Harris-Mayes’s team must have run over half a dozen black cats on the way to the match – lady luck not being on their side!  On the other rink, Ingrid Griffiths maintained her unbeaten record with a 13-25 shot rink win.  Jenny Clout was in scintillating form for the Reds.  FS 49-32 (1-1).  The win sees WC now on top of the table followed by Tuggeranong and Belconnen, equal on points but Tug with a superior shots difference. Round 4 – 24/25 Feb 2018
The Men’s grades were well and truly washed out – stay tuned for plans for the round.

Women’s Grade 
It was glorious weather for the Women’s pennant round 4, and the Ladies from City took advantage of this by bouncing back into the winners circle. They traveled to Queanbeyan where they defeated Queanbeyan Gold comprehensively with wins on both rinks.  Loretta Gillespie‘s rink had a 13-19 win and Ruth Moore’s 14-20.  FS 27-49 (0-2).  QRSLM traveled to Yass to play the combined Canberra North/Yass team (half of their home games to be played at Yass, half at Canberra North) where they put on a great show to come away winners on both rinks.  Kelli Cartledge’s rink performed fabulously – Kelli making the match with seconds to spare after being up all night helping to deliver a baby (its ok, she does this from time to time, being a midwife!). On the other rink, Catherine Hunt’s team had a much closer bought against Spud Scott, winning by only one shot, on the last end.  FS 33-47 (0-2).  Canberra’s Helen Eggins lead her rink to a strong win over Canberra North Green 28-9.It was a closer score on the other rink, one shot being enough to give Canberra both rinks and 8 points. FS 48-28 (2-0). Belconnen also racked up 8 points with their two rink win over the Queanbeyan Blues.  Helena Megee was the better performed skip, winning by 11 shots.  FS 44-31 (2-0)   In the top of the table clash (Tug v WC) at Weston Creek, Sharon Harmer was in fine form and was well supported by her team mates, winning the rink 36-7.  Notwithstanding this, Gillian Harris-Mayes’s team must have run over half a dozen black cats on the way to the match – lady luck not being on their side!  On the other rink, Ingrid Griffiths maintained her unbeaten record with a 13-25 shot rink win.  Jenny Clout was in scintillating form for the Reds.  FS 49-32 (1-1).  The win sees WC now on top of the table followed by Tuggeranong and Belconnen, equal on points but Tug with a superior shots difference.
Round 4 Women’s Skips Ladder (points / shots difference)
Top Four:
Ingrid Griffiths (Tugg)    8 / 42
Helena Megee (Belc)    6 / 25
Loretta Gillespie (City)   6 / 20
Nicole Mengel (Bel)    6 / 18

NB: All results based on what clubs have recorded online.  Please notify the office if there are errors.

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