IT was a disappointing, but not entirely unexpected, opening to the season for Gawler’s metro division one bowls side, as it succumbed to Rosewater by 26 shots on Saturday.
GAWLER’S division one side can take some confidence into next season despite losing by one shot to Happy Valley on Saturday afternoon.
GAWLER’S division one team hosted third-placed Toorak-Burnside in a rare Friday night game due to the previous week being called off because of excessive heat.
IT was a resounding affirmation of the grit of Gawler’s division one bowls team when it travelled to Walkerville on Saturday without another quality player in Mark Newton, but still posted a 30-shot win.
GAWLER’S division one status is all but retained after it defeated Modbury by 20 shots, and took 14 of the 16 shots on offer, on Saturday.
GAWLER pushed division one ladder leaders Lockleys on its own deck on Saturday, but fell short by 15 shots.
GAWLER’S division one side posted a hard-fought win over third-placed Rosewater on Saturday, triumphing by 14 shots.
IN a game where the home ground is a definite advantage, Gawler’s division one team took full toll in blustery conditions last Wednesday, upsetting top of the ladder Tranmere by 21 shots.