FIELDERS SKITTLES TEAM

FIELDERS SKITTLES TEAM

BERKELEY & DISTRICT
SKITTLES  LEAGUE

Fielders Home Alley
Rockhampton Cricket Clubhouse,
Boundary Field, Rockhampton

BERKELEY & DISTRICT
SKITTLES  LEAGUE

Fielders Home Alley
Rockhampton Cricket Clubhouse,
Boundary Field, Rockhampton

Averages Table

For 3 games or more played

 PinsGamesAverage
Mike Bovill7211451.5
Rob Child8651750.9
Nic Jones7441549.6
Dave Johns7921649.5
Carolyn Bovil6211347.8
Chris Bowden7121547.5
Josh Mountford7701745.3
Karen Jones4511045.1
Jim Carpenter7151644.7
Luke Carpenter173443.2
Richard Mountford5181243.2
Bri France170442.5
Veronica Stanley358939.8

Spares Table

PositionNameSpare(s)Pins
1Mike Boville4
14, 13, 11, 11
1Rob Child212, 13, 10
2Dave Johns214, 13
2Nic Jones112, 17
3Chris Bowden111
3Josh Mountford113
3Dave Hunt111

Duck Table

PositionNameNumber
1Jim Carpenter
2Josh Mountford
3Carolyn Boville
3Julie Bowen
3Rob Child
3Bri France
3Karen Jones
3Richard Mountford

RICHARD THOMAS GRIFFITHS 1944 - 2020

RICHARD THOMAS GRIFFITHS 1944 - 2020

The nicest gentleman skittler you’re ever likely to meet,
Always top of the averages, which is no mean feat.

Each week he entertained us with his comical whit,
His eyes would roll when we played really shit.

He’d remind us where the front pin was so many times
But our balls never seemed to go in straight lines.

Wise words for the youngsters helping to improve their skills
Friendly sarcasm for the older boys and girls.

‘Come on my boy’ and ‘Oh dear what a shame’
The phrases kept coming to encourage our game.

‘Jolly bad luck madam’ and ‘20p for the three’,
‘Spare On’, ‘nothing spoilt’ were said frequently.

He was an integral member of our little gang,
He gave us so much, a calm and funny man.

He is no longer here, sadly he has now gone,
But we will ensure his words will live on.

So ‘here’s’ to our Rich G, a Fielders goodbye,
Please raise your glasses to an all-round great guy.

The nicest gentleman skittler you’re ever likely to meet,
Always top of the averages, which is no mean feat.
Each week he entertained us with his comical whit,
His eyes would roll when we played really shit.
He’d remind us where the front pin was so many times
But our balls never seemed to go in straight lines.
Wise words for the youngsters helping to improve their skills
Friendly sarcasm for the older boys and girls.
‘Come on my boy’ and ‘Oh dear what a shame’
The phrases kept coming to encourage our game.
‘Jolly bad luck madam’ and ‘20p for the three’,
‘Spare On’, ‘nothing spoilt’ were said frequently.
He was an integral member of our little gang,
He gave us so much, a calm and funny man.
He is no longer here, sadly he has now gone,
But we will ensure his words will live on.
So ‘here’s’ to our Rich G, a Fielders goodbye,
Please raise your glasses to an all-round great guy.

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This page was last updated on: Mar 17, 2022 @ 10:10 am