The District Triples have been rescheduled to 12-13 October (provided the current restrictions on the sport are lifted from 30 September). The draw and venues remain the same; however, we have revised the documentation with the updated details — see below.
NOTE The Regional Play-Offs for all 2020 championship events will now be held from 19-22 October. The State Triples Play-Off will be at Club Malua on 4-5 February 2021.
If all three of the players entered in a team are not available for the rescheduled dates (or for the RPO and/or SPO), you have the option to reform the team before the first round provided at least ONE of the original members remains. The original and any new member(s) may play in any position. Refer to Condition 15(a) of the WBNSW Conditions of Play for Association Events & all State Championships 1 January-31 December 2020. Please inform District Match if reforming the team.
The Final of the District Triples was played on Wednesday 10 July at St Ives BC. In an all-Belrose contest, Lorraine Hazzard, Jeyam Siva & Billie Maas defeated Michelle Treadwell, Benita Andrews & Patricia Tan 17-10.
Results from all rounds below:
The final of the State Open Triples at District level was played on Wednesday 18 July on a very fast green at Forestville RSL Bowling Club, with Margaret Murphy, Daphne Menzies & Billie Maas (Belrose) defeating Dawn Spinks, Brenda Walker & Gill Barton (Neutral Bay) 22-11.
The Neutral Bay trio of Elizabeth Blackwell, Jenny Palmer and Jenny Hepburn became North Shore’s first “back-to-back Champions”, winning the Open Triples in 2017. They defeated Betty-Anne Cleveland, Trish Tamaoki and Judy Moyes of Mosman in a hard-fought final.
The final of the 2016 Triples was played on Wed 13 July at Neutral Bay in a bitingly cold gale. The Belrose team of Daphne Menzies, Jan Johnson and Lyn Needs had the measure of the conditions early, but the Neutral Bay team of Elizabeth Blackwell, Jenny Hepburn and Jenny Palmer tightened their game and pulled away to claim the game.
Triples Champions 2015: Annette Renshaw, June Moy and Joy Beattie (Warrawee)
Triples runners-up 2015: Kay Miniter, Shizuko Hashimoto and Helen Stromsmoe (skip).