It was a photograph end on the premier males’s pennants bowls within the Mid West, with Geraldton sides operating out first and second within the top-division Batavia Bowling League grand ultimate earlier this month.
Denison and Mullewa have been strongly represented because the golf equipment clashed at Geraldton Bowling Membership, the place a floor operating at 18 seconds allowed for assured play.
Geraldton Pink and Blue locked horns within the high division twice over the sequence, with each encounters happening to the ultimate bowl of the match earlier than Blue finally gained.
Geraldton Gold ran out with the second-division gong, beating minor premiers Denison in a high-standard match the place simply 5 pictures separated the combatants.
Geraldton Pink have been profitable within the second semifinal towards Blue, solely to satisfy them once more within the decider in a dramatic reversal of the consequence.
Wes Jones, together with Trevor Smythe, Dave Hunt and Peter Batten offered an identical consequence within the preliminary ultimate towards defending Denison, with the quartet displaying one other grandstand end. Jones’s second-last bowl of the encounter drew a first-time lead within the match, and Denison’s Joel Leeson narrowly missed the conversion try on two events to ship the Blues by means of by the narrowest of margins.
Blue and Pink have been stage for the primary 20 ends of the ultimate earlier than the Reds gained a 10-shot lead that they held on to till the ultimate 10 ends. Blue then closed the hole, and Wes Jones turned a two-shot deficit right into a five-shot consequence to ship the flag for his aspect.
The Golds required a number of ends in the second division.
These began with a 10-shot win within the knockout first semifinal over shock bundle Mullewa, who have been within the first finals in membership historical past. Gold repeated the end result within the preliminary, towards a top quality Wonthella Maroon aspect who had completed the season in second.
The ultimate match resulted within the rinks being shared between the 2, with Gold taking the consequence on mixture due to Scott Haleen, Noel Davey, Ali Roach and Jim Taylor.