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As our 2020/21 season is about to commence, it promises this year to be a wide open affair. It’s hard to pick an out and out winner, you could mount an argument for 8 sides to finish in finals action. Likewise those same 8 sides if they don’t start the season well could find themselves in the relegation zone very quickly. Home ground advantage will play a key, so winning those away games will be like gold dust. Let’s look at each team in the order I think they will finish in the Blooms The Chemist Men’s Premier League for 2020/21 –

Cambridge (last season 7th)
OUT: Perica, P Harris
IN: Potts
I’ve put Cambridge first for a couple of reasons. Their home ground advantage is one of the best in the competition. They have solid players on every line and topped with some star skippers in Blake Nairn and Clive Adams. The loss of Sam Perica and Pieter Harris will hurt but the void can easily be filled by Cameron Harris, Ross Bolton or Steve Rushforth or many others. They have such flexibility between positions with the players that a loss of form in any position can be covered. They’ll be hard to beat.

South Perth (last season 4th)
OUT: N Reagan, Sharp
My next 2 selections have not been decimated as much in the off season and it’s hard to leave them out of the top 3 after strong placings last year. South Perth like Cambridge are very hard to top at home, especially when they play their Friday night fixtures. And like Cambridge are very flexible with their players, people like Glenn Pauling, Scott Walker, Ross Bresland, Neale Griffin, Tyrone Alberti and Mitch Biglin can play in any position. You add the quality of Justin Opie, and they are a strong side this season.

Manning (last season 3rd)
OUT: Withers
IN: Ayres
Manning have always presented a strong side on paper and yet for some reason have never been able to get the results their side could achieve. Flag winners in 2015 and 2017 could easily have a couple more so they will be hungry for success this year. Boasting top line skippers Tom Mitchell, Shane Knott, Lee Such and Anthony Williams, all are current members of the state squad. One to keep an eye on this year is Scott O’Brien, he continues to impress me and it will be interesting to see how Manning treat him. You can never discount Manning, they should play finals and that may be enough to see them fight for the flag

Bassendean (last season 2nd)
OUT: Rhodes, Margin, Neilson, A Smith
The surprise packet of 2020 and were on a roll when the season was prematurely ended at Round 16. Top 2 was almost certainly guaranteed, but they have lost some key personnel in the off season and it is hard to see them finish top 2 again this year. Fourth spot will be hot property, I see any of the next 5 teams fighting for this position. Bassendean don’t have a home ground advantage because of their wonderful greens, so they will be heavily reliant on skippers Simon Alden, Stein Davies and Dan Nicholls. It is a very well rounded team with experience (David Killisch von Horn) and young talent (Marcus Simpson) and for this reason I see them sneaking into the 4.

Kardinya (last season 6th)
OUT: Foy, McKay, Krajancic, Golem
IN: Perica, Leahy, White, Bates
It’s hard to know where Kardinya sit in this years fight for the flag as they have so many variables. Their Hunter Gold artificial surface was laid in the off season so while the players are adjusting to the new surface, it reduces their home ground advantage. With a high volume of ins and outs, how quickly will the new team gel? And is Daniel Brown playing this season, apparently so but he hasn’t been named for round 1? He is a quality player they will want in the team sooner rather than later and coupled with last years skippers who have departed in Rob Foy and Kevin McKay, it is a new look Kardinya Kats. David Rankin remains a difficult skipper to beat while Russell Bates adds some steel to the side. Difficult to predict how their season is going to unfold.

Osborne Park (last season 5th)
OUT: Kitto
IN: Biddle
Another team that is relatively unchanged and they are in a transition period. They have added another key young player in Connor Biddle to complement Jack East and Patrick Quinlan and with more exposure to these players from experienced players Neville Stevens, Kevin Pickering, Steve O’Neill and Gary Caffell amongst others. A side that boasts Cody Packer our reigning Rosenthal medallist will never be a pushover, but this team is one on the rise and building for future so it wont be a surprise if they finish higher than predicted.

Doubleview (last season 1st)
OUT: Brandsma, McIlroy, Bessant, Edmonds, Gallipeau
IN: Scott
The off season has not treated Doubleview very well at all. They were well on their way to claim another Premier League title before COVID hit and then the club decimated by key departures. That is a huge talent pool and experience that won’t be there this season and for that reason I see them dropping away. They still have John and Charlie Slavich and Ryan Moyle who are all class, but this season will test their depth. Their Blue North side hung on to demotion on Challenge weekend and they will have to draw on those players for the Premier League. Someone has to finish 8th, Doubleview have match winners and could easily finish 4th, but I can’t see it happening this season.

Sorrento (last season White 1st)
IN: McIlroy
The first of our promoted White sides and they will be very competitive this season. Two seasons ago they made the Premier League for the first for a lot of the players and they will have gained some valuable experience from it. Add to the mix seasoned campaigner Kyle McIlroy on top of multiple state champion Shane Loftus and Steve Rixom who comes with some hype, it is a squad of players batting a bit deeper than the side from 2 years ago. Could easily play finals and will cause some upsets but I just see them missing out on finals action this year. Rhett Butler late unavailability to the season will hurt their backend, he will return at some stage and we wish him a speedy recovery

North Beach (last season 8th)
OUT: Kuziela, Dempsey, McGinlay
As someone must finish 8th, so must 2 teams get demoted and I think North Beach will be one of those teams this season. It is largely unchanged from last year, Ron Kuziela moving down south won’t be playing and Ross Dempsey unavailable, so they will again be relying on Mark Douthie, Paul Walker and Brad Gillingham to pull them up to save their position in the Premier League. They were plucky last year and started the season extremely well but had a horror finish, they boast one of the best artificial surfaces going around but I don’t think it will be enough to save them.

Rossmoyne (last season White 3rd)
IN: Maesepp, C Edson, N Edson, Churcher, Barrett, Carter
Our other promoted side from One White and they gained promotion after defeating Wanneroo in the September challenge games. It is their first time in the Premier League as a club and for that it is a credit to the bowlers at all levels at the Rossmoyne club. It’s hard to see them retaining their position but they should look upon this as great experience, and a chance to probably go back a grade but build again and be a stronger unit when they next get promoted. Players like Eddie Gollan, Allan Petchell, Wally Harvey, Reza Vind will love mixing it this season but it’s hard to see them finishing anywhere but 10th.

124 October 2020South Perth v Manning
Kardinya v Rossmoyne
Cambridge v Sorrento
Bassendean v Osborne Park
Doubleview v North Beach
231 October 2020North Beach v Kardinya
Manning v Cambridge
Osborne Park v Doubleview
Sorrento v Bassendean
Rossmoyne v South Perth
37 November 2020Bassendean v Manning
South Perth v Cambridge
Doubleview v Sorrento
Kardinya v Osborne Park
Rossmoyne v North Beach
414 November 2020Sorrento v Kardinya
Osborne Park v Rossmoyne
Manning v Doubleview
Cambridge v Bassendean
South Perth v North Beach
521 November 2020Kardinya v Manning
Doubleview v Cambridge
Rossmoyne v Sorrento
North Beach v Osborne Park
Bassendean v South Perth
628 November 2020Cambridge v Kardinya
Manning v Rossmoyne
Bassendean v Doubleview
South Perth v Osborne Park
Sorrento v North Beach
75 December 2020North Beach v Manning
Rossmoyne v Cambridge
Osborne Park v Sorrento
Kardinya v Bassendean
Doubleview v South Perth
812 December 2020Doubleview v Kardinya
Bassendean v Rossmoyne
South Perth v Sorrento
Manning v Osborne Park
Cambridge v North Beach
919 December 2020Sorrento v Manning
Osborne Park v Cambridge
Rossmoyne v Doubleview
North Beach v Bassendean
Kardinya v South Perth
109 January 2021Manning v South Perth
Rossmoyne v Kardinya
Sorrento v Cambridge
Osborne Park v Bassendean
North Beach v Doubleview
1116 January 2021Kardinya v North Beach
Cambridge v Manning
Doubleview v Osborne Park
Bassendean v Sorrento
South Perth v Rossmoyne
1230 January 2021Manning v Bassendean
Cambridge v South Perth
Sorrento v Doubleview
Osborne Park v Kardinya
North Beach v Rossmoyne
136 February 2021Kardinya v Sorrento
Rossmoyne v Osborne Park
Doubleview v Manning
Bassendean v Cambridge
North Beach v South Perth
1413 February 2021Manning v Kardinya
Cambridge v Doubleview
Sorrento v Rossmoyne
Osborne Park v North Beach
South Perth v Bassendean
1520 February 2021Kardinya v Cambridge
Rossmoyne v Manning
Doubleview v Bassendean
Osborne Park v South Perth
North Beach v Sorrento
166 March 2021Manning v North Beach
Cambridge v Rossmoyne
Sorrento v Osborne Park
Bassendean v Kardinya
South Perth v Doubleview
1713 March 2021Kardinya v Doubleview
Rossmoyne v Bassendean
Sorrento v South Perth
Osborne Park v Manning
North Beach v Cambridge
1820 March 2021Manning v Sorrento
Cambridge v Osborne Park
Doubleview v Rossmoyne
Bassendean v North Beach
South Perth v Kardinya
Welcome back all to another very exciting season of what should hopefully be an uninterrupted season of fantastic bowls. The 14th of March seems like such a distant memory and so much has changed since then but it sure is greatly appreciated to be looking forward to Saturday for Round 1.
Just to recap for all involved and those tuning in from other divisions. We had Sorrento walk away with the Pennant with nearly half the games to go and even though they lost their last game away to Osborne Pk they were home and hosed finishing nearly 30pts clear of 2nd spot Wanneroo who just held off 3rd place Rossmoyne by 1.5pts. Unfortunately for the Roo's, it was the River Rats who edged the play-offs to grab the last ticket for the big PL dance. From PL, we have Mosman Park & Warnbro coming down to 1 White, where both will be formidable opposition for many teams.
From 1 Blue we also welcome Gosnells, Quinns Rock & Safety Bay. Quinns Rock finished about 2 games ahead in 1 Blue North & travelled well for most of the season with Gosnells doing very similar in 1 Blue South with only 1 point separating both sides in across both divisions. Safety Bay were 2nd behind Gosnells & used the play-offs to their advantage to grab a late spot. So in summary, unlike last year where we had the full allocation of movement from PL down to 1 Blue up (6 team changes), this year we only have 5 as Bassendean were lucky to save their bacon in the playoffs & probably shouldn't be being in that position as they ended up on 60.5pts with Warwick but it went down to a mere 15 shots difference over the 16 games, which shows the tight margins involved & proves every bowl matters. Dropping down to 1 Blue was South Perth, Cockburn & Morley. Morley were gone early in the season but did manage to snag a late win as consolation & will need to step it up to stay alive in 1 Blue. Cockburn did win their last 2 games but the damage was done with only 1 win between R2 to R14 & it was too hard to recover from there. South Perth lost their spot in the playoffs where they paid the price of their sloppy start with only 2 wins from their first 9 games. Like Cockburn they should be ok in 1 Blue & again they continue to recruit but still suffer from long term player retention leaving further gaps.
What 1 White seems to offer this year is superb high quality grass greens. Given the continued rarity of pure grass these should be an absolute pleasure for all teams to play on this year. I will again attempt to run some pre-season predictions & it worked did quite well over the last few years so maybe our luck could be running out but here we go anyway for some fun:

1st - I'm stuck between Mosman Park and Wanneroo but I think the Mossies will bounce back & even though there’s a decent dent in the crew with changes. They worked very hard behind the scenes over the years to get back to PL but they'll need another big effort to dust off & go again. If they're hungry they'll do well. They will require to increase the scoring & probably play with some more risk given the reduced chances of severe punishment for missing critical shots in 1White;
2nd - Going with Wanneroo here as they had games where they really dominated last season but any reservations revolve around the depth & dependency on a few big players on the back end. I was somewhat wrong last year in seeing a lack of depth in the 1st 16 as a major weakness as I thought with Rossmoyne, as they proved it wrong by the big players constantly delivering week on week & now they play PL this year. Yes the Roo's dropped 6 of the 16 last year which isn't ideal & only ran 50% win rate on the road but they are very capable of putting any team to the sword.
3rd - Warnbro for the third spot as the home ground advantage should play more of a factor in this division but only winning 3 games last year in PL might still be leaving a slight hangover as some of those games were particularly high loses but they have shown the quality of the years to easily survive & grab a finals spot later in the season.
4th - I'm going to swap Kardinya around here with Osborne Park compared to last year purely on the basis of the Kats poor start to the season & usual home win record of a mere 50%. If they switch on early they'll grab a finals spot as their away record was solid outside of the top 3 teams. Some new recruits to bolster the depth should help.
5th - Osborne Park as they showed plenty of fight last year & had a dreamy run until the knee buckled from R10 to R15 when they only picked up 1 win. Whether that was knowing they couldn't go up anyway or not is unlikely as they played to win every game. If the back end can pull off the winning streak that had them purring in the 1st half of last year they'll be right up there & easily top 4.
6th - Warwick should grab this spot & like last year it just might keep them out of trouble. The played it very fine last year by surviving by only 15 shots in scoring differential which is less than 1 shot per game played so they were very lucky. They sky dived from a finals spot by only winning 1 from R6 to R14, however I can't see that happening this year as I'm sure they'll have learnt a valuable lesson & will be keen to get a solid start like last year winning 4 from 5.
7th - Bassendean could easily finish a few spots higher but they'll need a good start to the first 5-6games so they don't leave themselves chasing wins late in the season. They had a wonderful mid-season run last year by only losing 1 from 9. Slightly concerned with some loses in both top teams but once their track is running fast they should do enough at home to stay around the safety zone.
8th - Thornlie for the bottom half but with some clever recruiting they could easily push up a few spots. Not many teams touched them last year & they scored at will when allowed so they’ll be here to win games & have their eyes set on finishing higher. The first 5 games will be critical for them as a good start settles everyone.
9th - Safety Bay are probably just shy of mid-table but some of the teams need to pack the lunch box to get to them from the Northern suburbs which might help given their home ground advantage. I can't say my knowledge holds much depth of how they performed last year but finishing 2nd by only losing 6 games is solid & probably the more impressive factor is they were the highest scoring team in 1 Blue South averaging 85 shots per game, so they'll certainly put some teams away by a big score if they get the chance.
10th - Quinns Rock have slotted into the wooden spoon spot in a non-derogatory way but I can't provide much on them other than they did exactly what was asked of last year & walked away with 1 Blue North with the highest scoring & toughest defence. I probably don't see the home game advantage carrying as much in 1 White but again I could be completely wrong. Again like some other sides they are quite over-weighted on 2 of the 4 skippers carrying a number but they are more than capable of handling themselves in 1 White so happy to be wrong here & maybe they finish mid-table.

Stay safe, have fun and look out for each other.
124 October 2020Gosnells v Kardinya
Warwick v Quinns Rocks
Warnbro v Safety Bay
Osborne Park v Bassendean
Wanneroo v Mosman Park
231 October 2020Mosman Park v Warwick
Kardinya v Warnbro
Bassendean v Wanneroo
Safety Bay v Osborne Park
Quinns Rocks v Gosnells
37 November 2020Osborne Park v Kardinya
Gosnells v Warnbro
Wanneroo v Safety Bay
Warwick v Bassendean
Quinns Rocks v Mosman Park
414 November 2020Safety Bay v Warwick
Bassendean v Quinns Rocks
Kardinya v Wanneroo
Warnbro v Osborne Park
Gosnells v Mosman Park
521 November 2020Warwick v Kardinya
Wanneroo v Warnbro
Quinns Rocks v Safety Bay
Mosman Park v Bassendean
Osborne Park v Gosnells
628 November 2020Warnbro v Warwick
Kardinya v Quinns Rocks
Osborne Park v Wanneroo
Gosnells v Bassendean
Safety Bay v Mosman Park
75 December 2020Mosman Park v Kardinya
Quinns Rocks v Warnbro
Bassendean v Safety Bay
Warwick v Osborne Park
Wanneroo v Gosnells
812 December 2020Wanneroo v Warwick
Osborne Park v Quinns Rocks
Gosnells v Safety Bay
Kardinya v Bassendean
Warnbro v Mosman Park
919 December 2020Safety Bay v Kardinya
Bassendean v Warnbro
Quinns Rocks v Wanneroo
Mosman Park v Osborne Park
Warwick v Gosnells
109 January 2021Kardinya v Gosnells
Quinns Rocks v Warwick
Safety Bay v Warnbro
Bassendean v Osborne Park
Mosman Park v Wanneroo
1116 January 2021Warwick v Mosman Park
Warnbro v Kardinya
Wanneroo v Bassendean
Osborne Park v Safety Bay
Gosnells v Quinns Rocks
1230 January 2021Kardinya v Osborne Park
Warnbro v Gosnells
Safety Bay v Wanneroo
Bassendean v Warwick
Mosman Park v Quinns Rocks
136 February 2021Warwick v Safety Bay
Quinns Rocks v Bassendean
Wanneroo v Kardinya
Osborne Park v Warnbro
Mosman Park v Gosnells
1413 February 2021Kardinya v Warwick
Warnbro v Wanneroo
Safety Bay v Quinns Rocks
Bassendean v Mosman Park
Gosnells v Osborne Park
1520 February 2021Warwick v Warnbro
Quinns Rocks v Kardinya
Wanneroo v Osborne Park
Bassendean v Gosnells
Mosman Park v Safety Bay
166 March 2021Kardinya v Mosman Park
Warnbro v Quinns Rocks
Safety Bay v Bassendean
Osborne Park v Warwick
Gosnells v Wanneroo
1713 March 2021Warwick v Wanneroo
Quinns Rocks v Osborne Park
Safety Bay v Gosnells
Bassendean v Kardinya
Mosman Park v Warnbro
1820 March 2021Kardinya v Safety Bay
Warnbro v Bassendean
Wanneroo v Quinns Rocks
Osborne Park v Mosman Park
Gosnells v Warwick
Welcome to the 20/21 pennants season – Please feel free to send any info on your games to Simon at Bowls 360 and he will forward to me to include in the weekly write ups. Obviously, I cannot be at games and can only report on the results so any info you can provide will assist greatly in making the Northam Blue Caps reports the best weekly report possible.

20/21 Ladder predication
1. Mt Lawley – Recruited very well and look destined for much bigger things.
2. Swan – Very consistent club at this level and should be right up there once again.
3. Joondalup – Very impressive young side that could quite easy push for promotion
4. Sorrento – Is there a stronger metro club? will be in the thick of things in one blue
5. Morley – Coming back from white and should be more than competitive in 1 blue.
6. Yokine - Had a great season last year and will trouble plenty of sides again.
7. Mundaring - Have lost a few key players in the off season which may tell in the end.
8. North Beach – Just avoided relegation last year so will need to improve to avoid being in the gun
9. Doubleview – Huge losses in the off season, this has to affect the strength of their second side.
10. Manning 2 – Two sides in 1 blue so depends which one they strengthen as to their destiny in 20/21.

124 October 2020North Beach v Joondalup
Manning v Mt Lawley
Yokine v Doubleview
Mundaring v Swan
Sorrento v Morley
231 October 2020Morley v Manning
Joondalup v Yokine
Swan v Sorrento
Doubleview v Mundaring
Mt Lawley v North Beach
37 November 2020Mundaring v Joondalup
North Beach v Yokine
Sorrento v Doubleview
Manning v Swan
Mt Lawley v Morley
414 November 2020Doubleview v Manning
Swan v Mt Lawley
Joondalup v Sorrento
Yokine v Mundaring
North Beach v Morley
521 November 2020Manning v Joondalup
Sorrento v Yokine
Mt Lawley v Doubleview
Morley v Swan
Mundaring v North Beach
628 November 2020Yokine v Manning
Joondalup v Mt Lawley
Mundaring v Sorrento
North Beach v Swan
Doubleview v Morley
75 December 2020Morley v Joondalup
Mt Lawley v Yokine
Swan v Doubleview
Manning v Mundaring
Sorrento v North Beach
812 December 2020Sorrento v Manning
Mundaring v Mt Lawley
North Beach v Doubleview
Joondalup v Swan
Yokine v Morley
919 December 2020Doubleview v Joondalup
Swan v Yokine
Mt Lawley v Sorrento
Morley v Mundaring
Manning v North Beach
109 January 2021Joondalup v North Beach
Mt Lawley v Manning
Doubleview v Yokine
Swan v Mundaring
Morley v Sorrento
1116 January 2021Manning v Morley
Yokine v Joondalup
Sorrento v Swan
Mundaring v Doubleview
North Beach v Mt Lawley
1230 January 2021Joondalup v Mundaring
Yokine v North Beach
Doubleview v Sorrento
Swan v Manning
Morley v Mt Lawley
136 February 2021Manning v Doubleview
Mt Lawley v Swan
Sorrento v Joondalup
Mundaring v Yokine
Morley v North Beach
1413 February 2021Joondalup v Manning
Yokine v Sorrento
Doubleview v Mt Lawley
Swan v Morley
North Beach v Mundaring
1520 February 2021Manning v Yokine
Mt Lawley v Joondalup
Sorrento v Mundaring
Swan v North Beach
Morley v Doubleview
166 March 2021Joondalup v Morley
Yokine v Mt Lawley
Doubleview v Swan
Mundaring v Manning
North Beach v Sorrento
1713 March 2021Manning v Sorrento
Mt Lawley v Mundaring
Doubleview v North Beach
Swan v Joondalup
Morley v Yokine
1820 March 2021Joondalup v Doubleview
Yokine v Swan
Sorrento v Mt Lawley
Mundaring v Morley
North Beach v Manning
We welcome all bowlers to the start of what should be an enthralling season of top pennant bowls. The Challenge Finals have been run and won, with Safety Bay winning a well deserved promotion to First White. They join Gosnells, who won promotion in what seems an eternity ago.
Unfortunately we lost Armadale and Vic Park Carlisle to second division, we wish them well.
However we congratulate Rockingham on there well deserved promotion. Joining us also are Cockburn, Kalamunda, South Perth.

My predictions for the year:
Hilton Park
South Perth

124 October 2020Hilton Park v Fremantle
Manning v Kalamunda
Leeming v Cockburn
Thornlie v Rockingham
Spearwood v South Perth
231 October 2020South Perth v Manning
Fremantle v Leeming
Rockingham v Spearwood
Cockburn v Thornlie
Kalamunda v Hilton Park
37 November 2020Thornlie v Fremantle
Hilton Park v Leeming
Spearwood v Cockburn
Manning v Rockingham
Kalamunda v South Perth
414 November 2020Cockburn v Manning
Rockingham v Kalamunda
Fremantle v Spearwood
Leeming v Thornlie
Hilton Park v South Perth
521 November 2020Manning v Fremantle
Spearwood v Leeming
Kalamunda v Cockburn
South Perth v Rockingham
Thornlie v Hilton Park
628 November 2020Leeming v Manning
Fremantle v Kalamunda
Thornlie v Spearwood
Hilton Park v Rockingham
Cockburn v South Perth
75 December 2020South Perth v Fremantle
Kalamunda v Leeming
Rockingham v Cockburn
Manning v Thornlie
Spearwood v Hilton Park
812 December 2020Spearwood v Manning
Thornlie v Kalamunda
Hilton Park v Cockburn
Fremantle v Rockingham
Leeming v South Perth
919 December 2020Cockburn v Fremantle
Rockingham v Leeming
Kalamunda v Spearwood
South Perth v Thornlie
Manning v Hilton Park
109 January 2021Fremantle v Hilton Park
Kalamunda v Manning
Cockburn v Leeming
Rockingham v Thornlie
South Perth v Spearwood
1116 January 2021Manning v South Perth
Leeming v Fremantle
Spearwood v Rockingham
Thornlie v Cockburn
Hilton Park v Kalamunda
1230 January 2021Fremantle v Thornlie
Leeming v Hilton Park
Cockburn v Spearwood
Rockingham v Manning
South Perth v Kalamunda
136 February 2021Manning v Cockburn
Kalamunda v Rockingham
Spearwood v Fremantle
Thornlie v Leeming
South Perth v Hilton Park
1413 February 2021Fremantle v Manning
Leeming v Spearwood
Cockburn v Kalamunda
Rockingham v South Perth
Hilton Park v Thornlie
1520 February 2021Manning v Leeming
Kalamunda v Fremantle
Spearwood v Thornlie
Rockingham v Hilton Park
South Perth v Cockburn
166 March 2021Fremantle v South Perth
Leeming v Kalamunda
Cockburn v Rockingham
Thornlie v Manning
Hilton Park v Spearwood
1713 March 2021Manning v Spearwood
Kalamunda v Thornlie
Cockburn v Hilton Park
Rockingham v Fremantle
South Perth v Leeming
1820 March 2021Fremantle v Cockburn
Leeming v Rockingham
Spearwood v Kalamunda
Thornlie v South Perth
Hilton Park v Manning