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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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At the 2017 Presentation Day for his beloved home Club of Umina Beach, long serving Zone and District Official, Wal Rainbow was presented with his life membership of Bowls Central Coast. Wal has been a dedicated Bowls Administrator at District and Zone level for over 30 years. Credited fas the man behind the Central Coast District Bowling Association becoming a Zone, Wal is also the man responsible for introducing personal grading to our state pennants competition.
Umina Beach held its 60th Presentation Day on Saturday 18/11/2017. It was a great day with the two available greens filled to capacity. Outstanding bowls administrator Ian Jarratt was presented his Life Membership to which he was elected at the last Annual General meeting. It fell to Glenn Simington to present Achievement Awards to Roger Twells and Shane Starkey, and the prestige award of the day, the Bowler of the Year to Lee Patterson. Lee has now won the Major Singles title for the three years in a row.
The Central Coast Past President's Association held its AGM on Sunday 12th November 2017. Munmorah's Charlie Cassar was elected President. Jim Turner (Munmorah) Senior Vice President and John Hall (Umina Beach) Vice President. The position of Secretary/Treasurer was divided into two roles with Kay Hall (Umina) elected Secretary and Pat Wallis (Everglades) elected Treasurer. Retiring President Stan Rogerson (Ettalong) and Retiring Secretary/Treasurer Maureen Turner (Munmorah) remaining members of the Committee. Stan Rogerson was voted in as a Life Member of the Association.
The old saying “Save the best to last” was certainly the case with the blue ribbon State Singles final between Ettalong’s Aron Sherriff and Engadine’s David Ferguson bringing the eight day Bowls NSW State Championships played at Ettalong Memorial BC to an exciting and successful conclusion.