ANOTHER twilight season has drawn to a close, with some top contests in the final day of play.
Division one wrap
Balls Deep v Whymees: The Whymees bowed out in drastic fashion here with “Greatzy’s” 31 the killer.
Flintstones v Bald Eagles: The Bald Eagles overcame lack of handicap to run away with this semi.
Final – Balls Deep v Bald Eagles: For yet another year Balls Deep ran away with this final.
Division two wrap
Crunch v Murrami Magic: Crunch’s 198 didn’t quite cut it in this semi, Messner the star here with 35.
Nob Trains v Tee’d Off: Much to Leeton professional Jason Mimmo’s surprise the Nob Trains got up as Patto saved the day with 31.
Final – Nob Trains v Murrami Magic: Murrami had the magic in this final, steam rolling the Nobs.
Division three wrap
LUFC Dropbears v Schitnoes: The Dropbears certainly dropped the ball here as they didn’t get close.
Getting Plastered won on on forfeit in the other semi.
Final – Getting Plastered v Schitnoes: The first nine was just a warm up for the Schitnoes who cursed in.
Division four wrap
ACME Aces v Guns n Roses: All roses and no guns in this final as the Aces had this semi covered.
Floggers v Men at Work: The Men that supposedly work got they bums flogged in this semi.
Final – ACME Aces v Floggers: Glenn Saddler ran out of Aces, the Floggers running away with it.
Player of the year: Nathan Carn
Solid player and would always find time to get a round it, loves the long ball and a cover drive.
Best all rounder: Matty Troy
Has gotten the golf bug over the last year, just loves the game and his new driver even if its for better or for worse. Played 40 odd rounds and improved from the previous season. Farewell Matty.
Most committed: Vince Campisi’s 54 rounds nudging team mate Bo Jarema by one game. Twice a week every week without substitute well deserved award for a ripper bloke.