NEWSLETTERS

Championship Week                                                                                                                                                      10 September 2020

Saturday 19th / Sunday 27th September

During the championship week members will  unfortunately have limited use of the greens for practice due to the need for allocation of games,  time needed for preparation and maintenance to a high level needed for this important series of games.

A Green will be the green which can be used for practising but is limited to being used only after ALL games on any green have concluded for the day.

Both the Saturday and Sunday games will preclude any use of A Green on these days due to the heavy scheduling of championship games.

Whilst recognising that members will have minimal use of the greens during this period it is important that the club prepares and provides the best possible conditions for this championship which can only enhance our reputation as a leading club in Bowls SA

Of course members are all welcome to come along on any day and show our club support to the states premier bowlers as they strive to win their respective disciplines.

Our club have the following members playing during the week….Darren Niblett, Mike Hocking, Guy Uren, Trevor Feast and Lynton Keen, I  am sure they will welcome your support.

Thank you for your understanding

James Gregory   Greens Contractor                          Dennis Reid        Greens Manager


Dear members,                                                                                                                                                                    20 August 2020

Just a reminder regarding Covid-19, please protect yourself and other club members from contracting this virus.

If you are showing any of the below symptoms, please stay home or consult a doctor. We respectfully request you do not attend the club for any reason until you have tested negative for the Covid-19 virus.

COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Most infected people will develop mild to moderate illness and recover without hospitalization.

Most common symptoms:

fever
dry cough
tiredness

Less common symptoms:

aches and pains|
sore throat
diarrhoea
conjunctivitis
headache
loss of taste or smell
a rash on skin, or discolouration of fingers or toes.

Kind regards,

Andrew Mackenzie, Administration Manager

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