Warrnambool Gold skipper Graeme Sharp hasn't experienced premiership success in about a decade but he might break that drought this pennant.
Gold thrashed City Memorial Green 99-39 shots at Warrnambool Bowls Club (WBC) on Tuesday.
Sharp's side is leading the Western District Bowls Division midweek pennant with one round to go.
It has 11 wins, one loss and one draw.
"We've got a good team, they've been very reliable," Sharp said.
"Made my job pretty easy."
Sharp was last involved in a WBC premiership side in about 2010 but hasn't tasted the ultimate glory since.
"I've been in the finals a lot but haven't got the premiership," he said.
Sharp said it would be great to take out the pennant this year.
"It would be unreal, it would be great," he said.
The bowler of 32 years said his group was taking it one week at a time ahead of finals.
Sharp, who is originally from Camperdown, is also skipper for the Warrnambool White division two team in Saturday pennant.
The long-time bowler said the WBC Autumn Classic was the next big event on the club's calendar.
It's a six-day tournament with three days of pairs and three days of fours. The total prize pool is more than $20000.
It's on from Tuesday April 14 to Sunday April 19.
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