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Monday, 15 July, 2024
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Thrashing edges Ceduna Blue closer

Ceduna Blue closed the gap at the top of the Western Eyre Peninsula bowls ladder with a comprehensive victory against Minnipa on Saturday. The round...

Cummins dominates EP tournament

Teams from Cummins won both the pairs and fours at the Anne Cornwell Bowling Carnival last week. Sandra Blacker led the winning fours’ team alongside...

Southern Eyre leads the way

Southern Eyre dominated the day and clearly outbowled their opposition in the first of three inter association men’s bowls matches played at Cowell Bowling...

Cowell team wins triples tournament

A Cowell team was victorious at Port Neill Bowling Club’s successful men’s triples tournament on Sunday, October 15. The team of John Braun, Richie Baker...

White rolls clear with third win

Streaky Bay White moved clear at the top of the Western Eyre Peninsula Bowls Association table with a close victory against second placed Ceduna...

Bruce reaches remarkable 70th season

Bruce Lawrie has reached his 70th year of bowls with Tumby Bay and to mark the occasion delivered the opening bowl of the 2023-24...

White goes top with victory

A strong round two victory on Saturday took Streaky Bay White to the top of the Western Eyre Peninsula Bowls Association ladder. White proved too...

Outstanding week for Whiting Carnival

Streaky Bay Bowling Club welcomed bowlers from across the country to take part in another successful edition of the Whiting Carnival. The carnival was blessed...

Kimba hosts bowls carnival

Bowlers from across Eyre Peninsula turned out to play in Kimba Bowling Club held a cosmo fours tournament on Saturday, April 1. Most travelled from...

Ceduna Gold celebrates triumph

Ceduna Gold emerged victorious in the Western Eyre Peninsula Bowls Association Thursday Pennant grand final. Played last Thursday at Streaky Bay against Streaky Bay Blue,...

Walking stick carries family history

When the Nosworthy forebears jumped on a boat and relocated from Devon, England to Inman Valley, South Australia, they brought with them a walking...