Weather looks to be fine but cool. We are having glazed corn beef, slow roasted onions, and slaw in rolls. And we are having fresh baked pizza for supper. Sounds goodish, hope to see everyone there. Cheers Alan M
Prospect Petanque Club celebrated their 25th Birthday today with a High Tea held in wonderful weather out in our wonderful surroundings. About 40 members, past and present, attended to see the Mayor of Prospect, David O’Loughlin, cut the cake and President, Allan Sanderson give a summary of the beginnings of the Club and the progress made over the years. A highlight of the Afternoon Tea were the petite biscuits that Wendy Dewey created with the Club logo imprinted on them.
Six lucky attendees won a commemorative bottle of red wine.
The celebrations will continue tomorrow, Sunday 18 April, with a Doubles competition with approximately 30 teams registered to compete.
Prospect Petanque welcomed members of the SA Chapter of French-Australian Chamber of Commerce (FACCI) yesterday, 8 April, 2021 when they joined us for a late afternoon of games, refreshment and socialising.
There was good competition between the players and good form was shown by our visitors and members.
Thank you to the members of FACCI who attended and to the many Club members who assisted with the preparation and running of this visit. We look forward to welcoming FACCI again.
Prospect Petanque Club will celebrate their 25th Birthday on Saturday 17th April with a High Tea and a complimentary drink. Come along and celebrate this milestone with fellow members. Pistes will be available for use and High Tea will be served during the afternoon.
As we will be celebrating our birthday, the Saturday Competition (usually held on the third Saturday of the month), will be postposed until the following Saturday, 24 April. Games commence at 3.00 pm, with registrations by 2.55 pm please.
Saturday 20 February will see the start of a new Saturday competition and, if all goes well, it will be held on the third Saturday of each month. Games will commence at 3.00 pm, with two 45 minute doubles games played with a short rest between them and a new draw for teams for the second game. Teams will comprise a male and female team drawn from ‘boules in the bucket’.
Players will accumulate an individual score and if there is a tie for a winner after the two games, players will play off over 5 ends. Entry is $2/person to create the prize pool and it will be winner takes it all.
Then, on the third Saturday of March we will do it all again with a new prize pool and new teams
See you there!! or just come along to watch or play your own game.