Werribee’s hot start to the Bowls Victoria division 1 season is showing no signs of abating.
The Bees made it three from three with a commanding 87-61 win over Brunswick on Saturday in their second away win in succession.
Bees committee chairperson Steve Weston said the club was delighted the winning buzz had continued.
“It was another tough ask on a green and against a side we were not familiar with,” he said. “The team came home with their third win in a row.”
Werribee had two up and two down in their four rinks.
The talk of Watton Street on Saturday night was the rink of young skip Rob Smith.
Smith’s quartet powered to a 34-14 win after coming back from 8-4 down.
Its Brunswick opponents did not score for 10 ends.
Ian Milledge was the other winning skip, finishing up 26-11. It was a huge result for Milledge, who has been promoted this season to skip for the first time.
The Peter Williams and Peter Yasser rinks had narrow losses.
Is Werribee the form team of the competition?
The Bees will find out when they host the other undefeated side, Glenroy, in a blockbuster at Chirnside Park on Saturday.
In division 2, Hoppers was on the losing end for the first time this season, upended 83-73 by Altona Sports in the top-of-the-table clash at Hoppers Club.
The result leaves Sports as the lone undefeated side in the competition, while Hoppers has fallen to fourth ahead of a trip to winless Melton this Saturday.