Now is an opportune time to bowl

WITH the "silly season" upon us, now is an opportune time to visit your local bowling club.

Not only will you enjoy Christmas cheer and all the usual festivities, but you can participate in the generous raffles the clubs run this time of year.

The Urangan Mens Fours Carnival was held with great success last weekend.

D Weymouth's team were the overall winners.

Congratulations to the winners and the event organisers.

The format of the Taylor Classic Challenge for the 2016 season has been decided:

  • Division One: each club will consist of 22 players. This is made up of two mens fours, one ladies fours, two mens pairs, one lades pairs, and one mixed fours team.
  • Division Two: each club will consist of 19 players. This is made up of one mens fours, two mens pairs, one mens triples, one ladies fours and two ladies pairs teams.

 

Gympie's Albert Park Bowling Club will host trials for the district mens fours team this Saturday.

While the selection process was by invitation only, members of the public are more than welcome to go along and watch.

Best wishes to all players trying out.

Fraser Coast District

Office bearers for 2016

President: Clive Williams

Snr vice president: Peter Tinley

Jnr vice president: Raymond Relton

Treasurer: Kerry Dunn



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