85 Years and Still Going Strong
President Wes Lascock and Secretary Ron Alchin welcomed BCC Deputy President Tony Hegyi representing Bowls Central Coast (BCC) and State Councillor and BCC Secretary Doug Rose representing the RNSWBA. A Royal Merit Badge was presented to Robin "Bob" Fraser for his hard work around the Club generally and particularly for organising the catering for the Mariners supporters. BCC Name Bars were presented to Warwick Ellis and Graham "Knocker" Norris. RNSWBA ladies broaches were presented to Fay Fathers and Susan Berry.
After the presentations the players took to the greens to contest the Keith Rumbelow Memorial Trophy. President Wes reminded the members that Keith is the man they should thank for the Club surviving the demolition of their old majestic club house to make way for the stadium. “It is through his staunch actions and persistence that we are where we are today and we should never forget the efforts of Keith” President Wes said. The Trophy was won by Dick Franklin, Wayne Balfe and Scott Taylor wrapping up a most enjoyable members day in the 85th year of the Club.
State Councillor and BCC Secretary Doug Rose presents Robin "Bob" Fraser with a Royal Merit Badge
Deputy BCC President Tont Hegyi presents BCC Name Bars to Warwick Ellis and Graham "Knocker" Norris