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DOMINION WOMEN'S FOURS • Post-section play in the Dominion women's fours championship, held in the Returned Servicemen's Hall, Grey Lynn, resulted as follows:— First Round: Auckland City (Mrs. Boles), a bye; Lancashire (Mrs. McAulilTe) beat Transport (Mrs. Robinson); Auckland City (Mrs. Roberts) beat Auckland City (Mrs. Gelding). Second Round: Mrs. McAuliffe, a bye; Mrs. Roberts beat Mrs. Boles; Mrs. Robinson beat Mrs. Gelding. Third Round: Mrs. McAuliffe beat Mrs. Roberts; Mrs. Robinson beat Mrs. Boles. Fourth Round: Mrs. Robinson, a bye: Mrs. McAuliffe beat Mrs. Roberts. Owing to illness of players in both teams, the finals have been postponed, leaving Mrs. McAuliffe (Lancashire), two lifer, to play Mrs. Robinson (Transport), a one-lifer. The Auckland Interhouse Association's fifth aggregate fours tourney resulted In a win for the Auckland Star C team. Results: Davenport and Co.. Auckland Star C, Auckland Transport (Low), 3 wins, no losses; New Zealand Dry Cleaners, Auckland Star (Hunt), Marsden and Co., Auckland Meat Co., Auckland Star (Snedden), Auckland Gas Co., Auckland Transport (Venville), George AValker, Paramount Bedding, 2 wins, 1 loss; New Zealand Herald (Ure). W. P. Pengelly, Auckland Electric Power Board, A.S.C. (Seafont), New Zealand Herald «(Swinton). AS.C. (Edwards), 1 win, 2 losses; New Zealand Breweries, J. B. O'Loghlen and Co., 3 losses. The plav-off resulted:—Transport (Low), a bye; Auckland Star C beat Davenport and Co. Final: Auckland Star C (G. Kendall. F. Scott, S. Elliott, F. A. Harris) beat Auckland Transport (Mrs. Larsen, P. Brady, Mrs. Robinson. L. Low). With one round still to be played, Marsden and Co. is in an unassailable position for the aggregate, unless it loses all its three remaining games and its two nearest opponents also win all theirs. Present aggregate leaders are:—Marsden and Co., 14; Auckland Star C and Auckland Transport (Venville), 11; A.S.C. (Seafont), Auckland Transport (Low). Davenport and Co., 10; Auckland Meat Company, Auckland Star (Hunt), Auckland Star (Snedden), 9.

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INDOOR BOWLING, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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INDOOR BOWLING Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945

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