For those new to the Avenue since 2014:
ALL residents of the Avenue are invited to play, young and old, first-timers or old-timers.
All Third and Second Ave residents are invited to play, no experience necessary.
There’s a kids comp* for over 8s
There’s a Kids Club** for under 8s
There’s a BBQ after [byo meat]
This is a social, fun event. Third Avenue needs you!
We would normally run the comp North Third Ave vs South Third Ave, or East vs West – but this time we’re taking on the mighty bowlers of Second Avenue. We’ve beaten them at Easter BBQs, and we’ve outshone them with our Christmas lights. So we may as well make it a 3 from 3!
Details: Sunday 5th February.
2.30pm kids club opens; rego opens – get there, pay the desk [correct money is appreciated – and all funds go to The Club] and get out on the greens – barefoot is best - for a practice.
3pm first roll.
5pm BBQ. Home time is when you make it – it’s a school night so any time’s a good time.
Fees: $25 per adult; $15 for 8+; $10 for Kids Club
* kids are welcome in the club - but there is an age limit of 8 on the green.
** I have arranged sitters [teenagers from Third and Second Ave] for kids in the clubhouse [bring a toy please].
Bring: hat, sunblock, meat for your family for the barbeque for the fridge [label it], cash for the bar.
Plates, cutlery, salads & rolls provided by the club, and your entry fee pays for this.
By email OR use the flyer we put through your letterbox yesterday and return it to my letterbox.
Everyone must register pls - we need to know numbers early please to organise the rinks. I need to know:
Your avenue name and your house number ____ _____________
Names of Adults playing ____________
Names of kids 13-18 ________________
Names of kids 8-12 ________________
Names of kids 0-8 ________________
Second Ave has less houses than Third, so already the good guys are off to a bit of an advantage. So we may need to re-adjust the sides a little, but see above about this being for fun J.
Any questions? email Graham on
or see me at 31 Third. Roger [President of the Club] lives at No.33, so feel free to ask him the hard questions.