Latrobe draws again

Latrobe hasbeen involved in its second draw is as many weeks after nothing could separate them and Penguin in their Bowls North West Thursday Pennant game.

To show how even the contest was, both teams walked away with six points after winning one rink each, while the third rink between Karen Redman and Erin Sesara finished at 17-all.

Mary Beaumont gave Latrobe the advantage after a 24-13 win over Lyn Franklin, but Gaylene Elsworthy erased that nine-shot gap with a comfortable 23-12 victory over Janine Thompson.

The result is blow to both teams as they lost ground on the top two sides, Devonport and Wynyard, who both continued on their winning ways.

Ladder leaders Devonport played host to South Burnie and used its superior depth to triumph 64-58 in muggy conditions.

Winning rink: Devonport’s Robyn Bassett starts the bowl on its journey during Thursday’s game against South Burnie. Picture: Cordell Richardson.

Maureen Feltham gave the visitors an ideal start after taking care of Jill Arnold 27-12.

But the advantage was wiped out by Robyn Basset, who defeated Jan Kerrison 30-14, and Jenny Dargavel, who was too strong for Marlene Singleton 22-17.

South Burnie’s Jan Kerrison assesses her options.

Second-placed Wynyard were made to work hard for its win at home to thelowly Ulverstone team, but eventually prevailed on its home greens 64-57.

Dee Harman had a great battle with Janice Clarke before eventually winning 22-19, while Chyril Nolan had four shots to spare by the end of her match against Joan Burley.

Ulverstone managed to take a well-deserved point from the encounter when Karen Bebbington forced a 22-all draw with Pam Cox.

Port Sorell made the long journey to Smithon and emerged successful after triumphing over the home side 62-54.

Helen McNamara mastered the conditions to beat Julie Oates 20-12, before Alison Munting extended the margin with a 21-17 win against Karen Neilson.

Patsy Medwin tried her hardest to eat into the deficit, but her 25-21 victory over Jan Marshall proved notenough.

The final game of the round saw Sheffield remain in sixth place on the ladder following a 66-50 win at home to Viewmont.

Carina Daly was the catalyst for the final margin after demolishing Maree Brown 29-12.

The remaining two rinks were far closer affairs with Colleen Fielding and Barbara Loane playing out a 19-all draw, and Viewmont’s Pam Zolati edging out Sheffield’s Judy Hope 19-18.

Division 1 ladder:Devonport 75, Wynyard 68, Penguin 66, Latrobe 61, South Burnie 55, Sheffield 44, Viewmont 35, Port Sorell 33, Ulverstone 28, Smithton 15.

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