The Club finals for 2016 continued on into Monday 17th August and were completed during August.

The Mixed Pairs final was between Patricia McCallan & Gary Mackie against previous winners Claire Dennett & Alan Air. Claire and Alan opened the scoring with a six at the first end followed by a single and a 4 to lead by 11 shots to 1 after four ends. Pat and Gary were not finished yet and they had a flourish of scoring adding 7 shots to their total to narrow the gap to just 3 shots however this did not last as Claire and Alan went on another scoring rush to win the trophy again quite comfortably.
The Junior under 16 Championship, always a delight to watch, with young Brandon Mackie- Fleming Under 16 Champion 2016 webfacing the more experienced Murray Grant who opened the scoring and swept into a lead of 16 shots to 4 after thirteen ends. Young Brandon was not for giving up easily and fought back to narrow the gap to 17 shots to 14 before Murray won the last three ends to win by 21 shots to 15, an excellent display by two young bowlers.
The Gents Captains final featured two players aiming for their first singles success at the John Pearce and David West. David opened the scoring in an excellent game before John produce three great ends scoring 11 shots to lead by 12 shots to 4. David kept plugging away to reduce the deficit and level the scores at 15 shots all after eighteen ends again John came back and the scores were level at 17 before David secured his first Singles win scoring the 4 shots need over the next two ends
Junior Champion 2016 webAlan Air in his 4th Final, the current holder figured again in the Under 25 Championship against Murray Grant who started the better and went into a 4shots to nil lead before Alan started his account and went into a 13 shots to 5 lead. Murray was not for giving in however and fought for every shot but in the end Alan retained his Trophy winning by 21 shots to 13.
Annette Christie again teamed up with Liz Fraser to face a new Ladies Pair Margaret Grant & Irene Wallace in the Ladies Two Bowl Pairs Final. Annette and Liz seasoned players started very well to lead by 6 shots to 0 early on. Margaret and Irene kept plugging away however it was not to be their day with Annette and Liz in good form and in the end they won the trophy comfortably in the end
The Gents Pairs final featured George Sneddon & Keith Tait against Iain MacDonald and Andrew Sneddon. This game was always going to be a cracker and produced some excellent bowling and was one of the closest games of the finals this year. Iain and Andrew held the upper hand early on and went into a deserved 10 shots to 5 lead. George and Keith narrowed that gap andGents Pairs Winners 2016 web levelled the scores at 10 shots all after 10 ends. Iain and Andrew then gained the upper hand to lead by 13 shots to 12 before they were dealt a massive blow losing a 6 at one end to go behind by 18 shots to 13. They were never able to recover from this end and were  beaten by 19 shots to 16. A game which kept the spectators on edge of their seats throughout.
On the other side of the green an equally good and close game was going on in the Senior Pairs final between Roger Jones & Robin Cavana and Walter Jamieson & Bill Reaney. Roger & Robin started well to add 7 shots without reply before Walter & Bill levelled the game at 8 shots all after nine ends. Roger and Robin scored in three of the next four ends to lead by 17 shots to 10. Walter and Bill made it a tense finish adding 5 shots to their score  to trail by only two shots at 15 17 going into the last end, which took a while with the studying of the head but in the Roger and Robin were the victors by 18 shots to 15. Another excellent Game
Ladies 4 Bowl Pairs Winners 2016 webThe final of the 4 bowls Balloted Pairs took place between Liz Fraser and Veronica Bell BEM and Marion McClenaghan & Jill Dacombe. The start of this game was very close with both pairs having the lead between early on until they were level at 5 shots all after 7 ends. From this point although the ends were closely contested Liz and Veronica took control to go on a scoring spree winnin10 of the remaining 11 ends to win the Trophy by a comfortable margin.
The last main stream final of the season, the Ladies Captains Trophy, Barbara Robertson, who has appeared in this final before met a new lady member Norma Campbell. The experience of Barbara was inLadies Captains Winner 2016 web evidence at the start as she raced into an 8 shots to nil before Norma scored in the sixth end. Barbara then added another 8 shots before Norma started to reduce the lead scoring 7 shots in three ends. Barbara then added  a further 3 shots, to Norma’s 2 to lead 19 shots to 13 before securing the two shots required to win the trophy by 21 shots to 13