THE Kinsella Championship Singles final between Gary Keep and Jim McElroy was a well played and close game with Keep pulling ahead over the last few ends to claim the title.
In the first semi-final Gary Keep beat Max Cubic 21-18. In the second semi Jim McElroy defeated Robbie Ferris 21-8.
Kevan McKenzie and Bill Barrett had a battle in the singles plate final, with only two points separating them for most of the game.
In the later stages McKenzie pulled away to lead 20-13.
Barrett fought back winning the next seven shots to tie the game at 20-20. McKenzie won the last end 21-20. Fourteen teams played the Collie Ridge Restaurant Corporate Bowls. Blue Heelers won with 20 points.
In second place with 14 points was Rigid Levers. Third with nine points was Big 4.
The Spider was won by Krys. Bill and Ann Barrett were the only team to win two games at twilight bowls and their score of two wins plus 25 made them easy winners.
In second place, with one win and a draw three points plus two were Daniel Smythe and George Saggers.
A draw and a close loss was enough to secure third place for Bill Mitchell and Tom Cant. Tuesday Pennants first division travelled to Busselton to play Eaton in the semi-finals.
For the second week in a row, Tom Edwards, Bill Barrett, Robbie Ferris and Kevan McKenzie drew 23-23.
Grahame Old, Ron Mumme, Jim Tyler and Ray Colgan lost 12-22.
Scores were Collie 0.5 to Busselton 3.5.
The result means the first division are eliminated from the finals this year. Collie Blue played the semi finals against Harvey.
After a two point loss in the first semi-final Rod Searle, Terry Uren, Jeff Crowe and Laurie White and Ron Guilfoyle, Kevin Ginbey, Gary Gray and Les McCamish won against Bunbury. Points: Collie Blue 4, Bunbury 0.
This win secured a place for Blue in the grand final in Harvey.
The Pine Hauliers meat pack attracted 26 players. Unusually, five teams won both of their games. Daniel Smythe and Tom Cant were the winners with two wins plus 26.
Second place was Peter Kaurin and Don Burgess four points behind.
Two wins plus 17 was enough to give John Shepherd and Gayle Riley third place.
The McCafe Scroungers had 31 players.
Rink winners were Brian Bass, Don Burgess, Phil Warburton, Bill Thomas, Kevan McKenzie, Bill Barrett, Ken Richards and Syd Riley.
Bass, Barrett, Riley and McKenzie progressed to the final and finished in that order. The highest score of 38 was made by Ken Richards.
The consolation winner was Daniel Smythe.