Sunbury keeps winning

Club Sunbury produced its best performance of the Bowls Victoria weekend pennant division 1, section 1 season so far to knock off Flemington Kensington on Saturday.

Flemington Kensington entered the match between the two old rivals undefeated, while Sunbury had lost one game for the season.

It was a dominant performance from Sunbury, winning all four rinks in the 85 (18)-49 (0) win.

Marc Bullows rink was the big winner, winning 27-12, while Lee Wesley’s won 21-11, Paul Cullis’ 17-13 and Mark Cowan’s won 20-13.

The win moves Sunbury up to second on the ladder, now one point ahead of Flemington Kensington.

Brunswick remains on top undefeated.

Sunbury this week faces Craigieburn as it goes for a fifth win in a row.

Club Sunbury second side which plays in division 2, section 1, suffered a 90 (16)-72 (2) loss to Deer Park 2.

The second side has one win from five matches.

In the Ballarat Highlands Bowls Region, Highlands division 1 competition, Kyneton Golf and Kilmore had a draw.

The two teams finished on 56 shots each, with Kilmore claiming two rinks to one in the 56 (9)-56 (7) result.

Adrian Plowman was the winning skip for Golf, winning 24-10.

Kilmore slips to second with the result and Golf, last season’s premiers, sit in third a point back.

Romsey moved to the top of the table with a convincing win against Trentham, 77 (16)-39 (0).

Cameron Austin’s rink won 18-14, Matt Brundell’s rink won 28-15 and Garry Templar’s rink won 31-10.

Romsey sits five points clear on top.

Lancefield won a thriller against Diggers Rest, winning 56 (13)-53 (3), while Kyneton defeated Broadford, 72 (16)-49 (0).

Gisborne had the bye.

In division 2, Kilmore 2, Gisborne 2, Broadford 2 and Woodend were the winners.

Tara Murray