Congratulations to all club members for their outstanding efforts this year. Two of our first-year members, John Davis and Phil Hulbert, collected a trophy for their runner-up results this year. Ron and Susan Peng collected 5 between them and Joyce Watts' grand total was down a little on last year, but 4 is a commendable… Continue reading Club AGM and Awards Day
It's a very good question, with both a serious answer and one not so serious. One meaning is 'roc, the bird of legend'. Something like that is to be expected. A less traditional telling is that, back in 2012, 'Peng' was submitted to The Collins English Dictionary as a new word suggestion. It would be… Continue reading What IS the meaning of Peng?
In just two days' time, we'll be celebrating the achievements of our bowlers at Oakleigh Bowling Club for the 2018/2019 season. The Pengtastar, sadly, isn't a real trophy. But it could be! It honours the five (at last count) trophies Ron and Susan Peng will be taking home this year in a stellar season of… Continue reading It’s The Year of The Pengtastar!
Today. Anzac Day. Oakleigh Bowling Club was among the many community groups and individuals paying a beautiful floral respect to those forever young people who sacrificed their freedom and their lives for us.
It makes them sound like strangers, doesn't it? Anything but. Our very own Elias and Tommy Zafiropoulos dug deep for a combination of skill, experience, and frequent, audible calls for assistance from Jesus to place themselves so far in front at the end of the day, everyone else must have thought they themselves were coming… Continue reading Father & Son Team wins OBC Pairs Tournament
AAP Royterz Renowned UK statistician and mathematician Professor Les Fryhard of Scunthorpe University has published his breakthrough mathematical calculation determining the number of trophies a married couple can take home with them from a suburban lawn bowls comp. Professor Fryhard lost the press gallery a little on the finer points of the calculus,… Continue reading To The Power of Peng
The dust will be flying this weekend, bowlers, as the final two matches in this year's Club Championship are played. From our tournament committee Colin and Mick comes this: Hi Bowlers, Yes we are nearly there. This Saturday 30/3 @ 10.00am will be the COCO Final (Champion of Champions Oakleigh) between our Men's Champion &… Continue reading The finals of all finals