Presentation lunch

On Sunday, 22nd October, our annual Presentation Lunch was held at the Masonic Hall. We had a good turnout but, sadly, several members were unable to attend due to ill health and work committments.

A fine lunch was provided by Vic and his team, during which we all had a stab at Tony Cekys’ quiz, which caused much head scratching.

Once lunch had finished, and the quiz answers and results revealed, we moved onto the presentations. These were hosted by David Matthews, with Tony Oldland making the presentations. Photos of the presentations can be seen at the end of this post. As you’ll see, flowers were presented to Jean Boxall for her continuing help with the teas at home matches.

Following the presentations, the raffle was drawn, with everyone hoping for a winning ticket, with much cheering and applause when a winning ticket was drawn.

A good time was had by all, and we look forward to next year’s lunch, which will be held on 21st October 2018, at the Masonic Hall.

Finally, a big thank you to David Matthews, who takes on so much for the club, including the organisation of this lunch.

Raffle prizesThe prizesRodney Morrison, Men's ChampionshipSue Reigate, runner up Ladies ChampionshipDebbie Ewins, winner Ladies ChampionshipKen Burburry, runner up Junior ChampionshipDavid Eqins, winner Men's ChampionshipRodney Morrison, winner Two Wood SinglesColin Mitchell, runner up Three Wood SinglesKend Burburry, runner up Novices Derek Oliver CupDavid Ewins, winner Novices Derek Oliver CupSusan Roberts and Sue Reigate, runners up Ladies Drawn PairsDebbie Ewins and Lorna Raison, winners Ladies Drawn PairsRodney Morrison and Colin Mitchell, runners up Men's Drawn PairsRichard Duddy and Ken Burburry, wiiners Men's Drawn PairsSue and Brian Reigate, runners up Mixed PairsDavid and Debbie Ewins, winners Mixed PairsBrian Taylor, runner up Three SetsDavid Ewins, winner Three SetsTony Oldland, winner of the President vs Chairman matchColin Mitchell, runner up Handicap SinglesBob Carey, winner Handicap SinglesKen Burburry, Most Improved BowlerDavid Raison, bowling with a damaged right handJean Boxall, flowers for helping with teas at home matches