GOOD RESULT: Paul Carlyle and his Midlands Golf side was able to land a narrow victory over Avenue in Monday's premier division clash.
Midlands Golf has snuck home to just its second victory of the Monday Pennant bowls competition.
The team prevailed by a solitary shot over Avenue in the premier division clash in Bacchus Marsh.
Elsewhere on Monday, top side Ballarat Memorial Sports beat Clunes and Buninyong defeated Creswick.
The games at Daylesford and Central Wendouree were both abandoned due to rain.
DAYLESFORD v SEBASTOPOL (abandoned)
CENTRAL WENDOUREE v CITY OVAL (abandoned)
AVENUE 71 lt MIDLANDS GOLF 72
Judy Auty, Alan Hewitt, Donna Lyons, Frank Pomeroy 27 d P Kennedy 22; Paul O'Farrell, Lita Foot, Gerard Coughlan, Marie Russell 28 d Paul Carlyle 27; Andrew Dickson, Bev Kemp, Laurie Burke, Dian Hardiment 16 lt David Speechley 23
D Vorbach, R Martin, L Dixon, L Tucker 19 lt D Hampson, R Walker, L Bryce, J Ryan 22; A Shields, B Laws, E Spong, J Dellavedova 23 d B Ryan, G Allan, J Bedggood, C Bryce 21; M Harris, T Kinnersly, D Annear, M Vorbach 17 lt J Lindsay, M Hampson, R Hickman, R Bedggood 28.
BUNINYONG 76 d CRESWICK 64
B Woolcock 23 d S Glasspool, L Hocking, R Burt, B Huntley 22; K Chapman 25 lt D Taylor-Irwin, B O'Malley, L Hetherington, G Flapper 27; W Morgan 28 d D Riordon, H Seiler, B Hetherington, J Caddy 15.