Victoria Point players may not have won, but the club performed admirably at a Premier League competition.

BOWLS: Pictured is Kelsey Cottrell, Commonwealth games representative at the up-coming Commonwealth Games Kelsey Cottrell chats with Eneleh, Jaz and Ilya Saade during a recent Premier league round.

BOWLS: Pictured is Kelsey Cottrell, Commonwealth games representative at the up-coming Commonwealth Games Kelsey Cottrell chats with Eneleh, Jaz and Ilya Saade during a recent Premier league round.

It was a tight contest for the last home game of this season with Club Helensvale getting up by nine shots to defeat Victoria Point bowls club in the Premier League’s Round 11.

The games were played at a high standard  with Victoria Point’s Jade ‘Ice Man’ Groenewege defeating Commonwealth Games Australian representative Brett Wilke 22 to 14 shots.

Groenewege also finished the home and away series in fourth position out of 36 skips on the Premier League skips ladder.

In the second game Victoria Point’s Queensland representative Sean Baker went down to Aaron Sherrif, another Australian representative at next month’s Commonwealth games. Baker had to contend with a top team which also included Kelsey Cotterell, a Club Helensvale Commonwealth games Australian player.

The third game was again won by Club Helensvale with its Commonwealth games Australian player Nathan Rice too good for Sam Twining, winning 32 to 20 shots.

In the Premier Reserves matches, Victoria Point defeated Club Helensvale 89 to 72 shots led by Jason Heath who had a resounding win over Club Helensvale’s Darren Christie 32 to 16 shots.

The game was a charity round, played for the Cancer Council with more than $2000 raised by the Victoria point club. Some of the fundraising included beard shaving by Sean Baker and Darryl Peacock.