Karratha takes out ladies triples
A quick trip to Port Hedland earlier this month saw some members of the Karratha Bowling Club (KBC) pit their skills against teams from South Hedland, Port Hedland, Exmouth, Dampier and Paraburdoo.
The KBC’s ladies triples including Lek McFarland, Cathryn Quigley and Heather Jongedyk finished the weekend in first place with four points minus one shot.
South Hedland came in second with three points plus four shots, Exmouth came in third with three points plus 3 shots then Port Hedland with two points minus six shots.
And in the men’s pairs South Hedland came in first with eight points plus 20 shots, Port Hedland then in second with six points plus 14 shots, third was Exmouth with six points plus 13 shots, fourth was Karratha with five points minus 16 shots, fifth was Dampier with three points minus 29 shots and sixth was Paraburdo with two points minus two points.
Cathryn Quigley from the Karratha ladies triples said that over the weekend, everyone was performing in high standards.
“South Hedland always plays hard and because it was at their grounds they had one up as they were used to the environment which we bowled on,” she said.
Also in lawn bowl news, Karratha versed Port Hedland last weekend, June 11 and 12 with Karratha defeating Port Hedland 8-2.
With 20 players on each team, Ms Quigley said it was a nice enjoyable game with a bit of a chill from the weather.