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Far South Coast District Women's Bowling News


Monday 25 September started as a beautiful spring day to host the Far South Coast Districts ( FSCD) Versatility Challenge.

This competition is open to all clubs in the district to enter teams of four players. It is an interesting competition, the format is to play four games of 10 ends, no roll up and one dead end per team per game - after that any dead end will give 3 points to the other team. Each team member play in a different position each game, with each to their normal position in the last game.

A total of fourteen teams from Tomakin, Malua Bay, Narooma, Tuross Head, Dalmeny and Moruya contested the day. While the sun stayed for most of the day, the weather conditions changed and the wind became a challenge later in the day.

It was a very friendly day, with plenty of laughter heard a cross the green. Some of the laughter may have been attributed to interesting Jack rolls, when the regular skips were playing in the lead position - something many of them do not do very often.

The winners of the FSCD Versatility Challenge were:

First Place - Tuross Head: Carol Williams, Rita Downie, Irene Macdonald and Doreen Monks.


Second Place - Tomakin: Colleen Beadon, Maureen Devine, Joan Colfax and Cate Parker.


Third Place - Tomakin: DIane Ziebell, Jennie Hogan, Francis Bradstreet, and Margaret Carney


Congratulations to all players who participated on the day.

#Sports #Tuross #Tomakin

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