Club Sunbury made it three on the trot in the Bowls Victoria weekend pennant, division 1, section 1 on Saturday.
After a slow start to the season, Sunbury has started to find some good form and continued that on Saturday, picking up a strong win against old rival Glenroy.
Sunbury claimed three rink wins to one, to come up with a big 80 (16)-71 (2) win.
Marc Bullows rink was the biggest winner on the day, with a 24-17 win, as all the rinks were close all day.
Paul Cullis’ rink won 21-18, while Mark Cowan’s rink had a 21-17. Lee Wesley’s rink was the losing rink, as it went down 19-14 to Cooper Wescombe’s team.
The win has Sunbury sitting third on the ladder on 50 points, behind Flemington Kensington and Brunswick, who are undefeated after four rounds.
Sunbury has its biggest test of the season so far this Saturday, taking on Flemington Kensington.
It will be a big week for Club Sunbury with the Bowls Premier League Cup and Bowls Premier League being held this week.
Club Sunbury was one of 12 teams from across Australia to compete in the league cup. Bullows, Cowan, Wesley and Sophie Kurzman are representing the club in the event that started Sunday in Queensland.
Club Sunbury’s Melbourne eXtreme is also in action at the same location as part of the 18th edition of the BPL.
Australian Jackaroo Kylie Whitehead makes her tournament debut and fan favourite Matt Flapper returns after missing the last event, joining Ali Forsyth in the team again.
Meanwhile in the Ballarat Highlands Bowls Region Highlands weekend pennant division 1 competition, Romsey got its fifth win of the season.
Romsey defeated Lancefield, 73 (14)-42 (2). Romsey sits second behind Kilmore by two points.
Kilmore, Gisborne and Kyneton were the other winners on Saturday.