Around the Greens

THURSDAY WOMEN’S PRELIMINARY FINALS:

Overcast conditions greeted players for the Preliminary Final day in the city.  In effect the weather played no role in the matches played on the day.

PREMIER LEAGUE:

Tranmere v Club Holdfast at Tranmere:

After a nervous start Tranmere overcame Club Holdfast to gain a spot in next week’s Grand Final with a 74-55 home win.

Jackie Gardiner and her four prevailed 26-16 against Mila Grimshaw in the game’s most telling result.

Dianne Ferris skipped her rink to a 24-20 success against Sandy Wallace in another good result.

Mary Feddersen and her four also played well in a 24-19 win against Rachel Krebbekx.

Club Holdfast bows out after a solid season.  

Next week will see the clubs that finished 1st and 2nd in the minor rounds – Hawthorn and Tranmere play each other in the Grand Final.

DIVISION ONE:

Somerton v Semaphore at Somerton:

Semaphore moved through to the Grand Final after a 64-56 stunning success at Somerton.

It was a big performance away from home for a club which has played well all season.

Kerrie Sharkie skipped her rink to a 23-11 defeat of Wendy Rudd in a match winning performance.

Anne Dunstan and her four prevailed 23-22 against Yvonne Bekeris in a tight one.

For Somerton Lea Modra and her rink got up 23-18 against Edna Dimond.

Somerton bows out after a competitive season.

Next week will see West Lakes and Semaphore play each other in the Grand Final.

OTHER DIVISIONS:

Division 2 North – Beaumont defeated Toorak Burnside 66-51 to move into the Grand Final v Modbury.

Division 2 South – Ascot Park defeated Reynella 61-47 to move into the Grand Final v Henley.

Division 3 North – Salisbury defeated Hope Valley 68-49 to move into the Grand Final v Two Wells.

Division 3 South – Brighton defeated Ascot Park 77-42 to move into the Grand Final v Marion RSL.

Division 3 East – Walkerville defeated Kensington Marryatville 63-61 and will play Beaumont.

Division 3 West – Woodville defeated Novar Gardens 68-50 and will play Lockleys next week.

John Bevin – 25th March 2022