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Hali Takes Out Triples in Final of Two Halves

The Halekulani team of Mitch McDonnell and Pat Reynolds skipped by Michael Stead were in total control of the Bowls Central Coast Triples Final leading 17-7 after 13 ends of the 25 end final played at Ettalong on Saturday 17th February. But the Terrigal team of Jeff Watson, Sam Chapman and James Cook rallied to win the next six ends to get within one shot at 16-17 and it was “Game on!”

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It was the third consecutive year that Hav’ago Pairs attracted over 120 non registered bowlers to test their bowling skill on the green with a registered bowler team mate. The outright winner after three games was the Davistown RSL Pair of Mark Simpson & Alice Diamond

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BCC Emerging Side defeated by the RSL State Side

In what is now a traditional encounter, a BCC Side of emerging players competed against the RSL State Team at Davistown RSL Bowling Club. The game is of 5 rinks of fours. While the atmosphere was very social, the competition was intense. The BCC Side started well. After 11 ends of each rink, the BCC Side was ahead by 3 rinks to 1 with the other rink drawn at 13 all. However the RSL Side performed brilliantly to turn the match around in the next 10 ends on each rink. The RSL Side won 4 rinks to 1 and by 120 to 96.

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Terrigal Captures First Zone Championship Title for 2018

Terrigals Wayne Hensley, Peter McCarten and Jeff Watson skipped by Tony Shoebridge captured the first Zone Championship title for 2018 when they defeated Umina’s Glen Simington, Peter O’Sullivan and Lindsay Hicks skipped by Shane Starkey in the final of the “Open Fours “played at The Entrance BC.

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Everglades Club Persons of the Year

At Everglades' glittering Presentation Night on Friday 24th November, active Club member Max Hull was declared Club Person of the Year. Long serving Club member Jon Gibbon was announced as Men's Pennant Player of the year. Most Improved Men's Bowler was Gary Clarke. Board member and Past President of the Bowls Section Ray Benton was awarded a Bowls Central Coast 15 year merit badge by BCC Secretary Doug Rose.

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