Wallan Bowling Club’s weekend Pennant sides have again asserted its dominance among its metropolitan competitors, with both sides claiming impressive home wins at the weekend.

The division four side travelled to play fourth-placed Buckley Park, hoping to maintain its undefeated record, and did so in a convincing 91-58 shot victory.

Paul Warren’s and Steve Duncan’s rink both got off to flying starts, leading 16-2 and 14-1 at certain stages of its matches respectively, and were able to keep the opposition at bay for the rest of the matches.

Greg Cowan’s rink started slowly and trailed at the sixth end, however it picked up eight shots on ends seven and eight to take the lead and never looked back, eventually running out 10 shot winners.

Steve Williams’ rink also trailed early and with three ends to go were still four shots behind, however a strong finish allowed the rink to pick up eight shots in the final three ends to win by four shots.

“The win makes it 10 out of 10 for the season, however the club and the players must only think of next week’s game against Moonee Valley,” club secretary Peter Glass said.

Wallan’s division six A took on an undermanned Glenroy side, which was playing short due to illness at the club, but comfortably won 115 to 52.

Paul Delnegro’s rink produced a standout performance, which recorded a 32 shot win and was closely followed by Tim Gascoigne’s rink, which finished 19 shots up from its opponent.

Steve Doig’s rink was also clinical in its eight shot win, with Mark Sims’ rink rounding out the quadrella by recording a four shot win.

The win gets the side within two points of top side Thornbury, which Wallan beat last week and provides a good foundation for the final three games of the season.

In the midweek Pennant, Wallan’s division five side hosted Lalor, a team that proved a difficult opponent last time they met but also managed a 64 to 49 shot win.

“The win maintains the side’s unbeaten record so far this season, but the run home is a tough draw, so players will need to bring their A-game each week,” Glass said.

Wallan’s second midweek side were the only team unsuccessful this week, falling to Sunshine VRI by 16 shots, 27 to 43.