Hot conditions did not stop the second round of Wagga and District pennant bowls

FINE FORM: Nathan Kemp sends down another bowl for Wagga Rules club during the second round of the pennants season on Saturday. Picture: Laura Hardwick
FINE FORM: Nathan Kemp sends down another bowl for Wagga Rules club during the second round of the pennants season on Saturday. Picture: Laura Hardwick

Hot conditions did not stop the second round of Wagga and District pennant bowls on Saturday.

With a change to conditions, play went on at greens across the region.

In grade 2, 3 and 4, Rules 2 were big winners over Rules 3 with a 72-53 victory.

Rules 4 didn’t have a lot of luck with with a 76-48 loss to Junee at Junee.

In the other clash Ganmain scored a narrow win over The Rock 60-58.

In grade 5 Junee took a 56-47 victory over RSL while Rules took a clean sweep the points against Coolamon courtesy of a 97-30 win.

In grade 6, Wagga RSL scored a 77-35 win over Rules 6.2 while Rules 6.1 went down to Lockhart 67-45.

Yerong Creek 80 proved too strong for Ganmain 51.

In grade 7 The Rock scored a narrow win over Junee 54-50, RSL scored a 62-59 win over Rules while Yerong Creek took a 78-44 win over Ganmain.

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