Sunbury suffered a shock loss to Glenroy in Bowls Victoria pennant, division 1, section 2.

Hoping to gain some momentum after a good win the previous week, Sunbury was upset on its home green.

While it was a close match all day, Sunbury came away with just two points in the 91 (16)-78 (2) loss.

Sunbury’s David Glennon said it was a disappointing result.

“To get only two points was disappointing,” he said.

“Glenroy has been pretty strong over the years and always a tough nut to crack, but it was a game we had expected to win, especially at home.”

Carla Krizanic skipped the only winning rink, winning 24-19.

Jay Bye-Norris’ rink lost 22-18 and Todd Trewarne’s rink lost 25-23.  Mark Cowan’s rink had a big loss, 25-13.

Sunbury

Mark Cowan. Picture Mark Wilson

PHOTO GALLERY: Sunbury vs Glenroy

Glennon said Peter White, who was in Krizanic’s rink, was the standout in the loss.

Despite the loss, Sunbury remains in second spot. Top side MCC also suffered a loss.

Glennon said they were in a good position after six rounds.

“It’s a nice position and it was only a minor blip on the season.

Overall it’s a good position to be in.”

It was a good weekend for the club overall, with four of its six sides getting wins.

The second side had a 98 (18)-52 (0) win against Werribee 3. Derek Houghton’s rink had a day out, winning 30-5.

Bowls competitions across the state have a bye this weekend, with the Vic Open being held.