Women’s CoC Singles Down to Round of 16
The 2021 Women’s Champion of Champion Singles has reached the Round of 16 and includes a star-studded list of players. Sectional play came to an end this morning with Round 3 matches completed at Lake Cathie and Port City Bowling Club. Players contended with a howling wind and lightning fast greens, producing amazing bowls in the conditions.
It was a similar story in the afternoon Round of 32 matches, with players battling the tough conditions in their knockout clashes. Cheryl Douglas (Belmont) was in fine touch, winning her match against Theresa Murphy (St Marys RSL) 25-4. She now plays Amy Macauley (North Haven) in what will be a cracking clash.
Joining them in the Round of 16 are an incredible list of names, including Sarah Boddington (Tuncurry Beach), five-time CoC Singles champion Karen Murphy (Cabramatta) and two-time defending champion Dawn Hayman (St Johns Park).
|Round of 16 Matches|
|Kayla Courtin (Padstow) v Karen Murphy (Cabramatta)|
|Amy Macauley (North Haven) v Cheryl Douglas (Belmont)|
|Robyn Beaumont (Tea Gardens) v Michelle Treadwell (Halekulani)|
|Jeanette Swan (North Epping) v Sarah Boddington (Tuncurry Beach)|
|Jessica Fisher (Maitland City) v Dawn Hayman (St Johns Park)|
|Cathy Verdich (South Tamworth) v Lorraine Scott (Narrabri)|
|Claire Kelly (Forster) v Christine Cadman (Wentworthville Leagues)|
|Edwina Skinner (Huskisson) v Sharan Hubber (Cowra)|
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