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Tuross Head Men’s Bowls

Presentation Day

Members of both the Women’s and Men’s Clubs celebrated the 2017 achievements at the recent Presentation Day.

Denise Lidbury was the star winning every club event she entered as well as the District Champion of Club Champions Singles and the Zone Fours. She won the Major Singles, the Consistency Singles, the Major Pairs with Averil Cox, the Triples with Averil Cox and Lorraine Wake and the Mixed Pairs with husband Bruce.

Above: Rita Downie Celebrates with Denise Lidbury

Above: John Fahey a Multiple winner at Tuross Bowls

John Fahey stood out among the men. He was the runner up in the major singles and won the Major Pairs and Fours. Peter Macdonald also celebrated an excellent year. He won the Consistency Singles and was in the winning Fours side. He was runner up in the Minor Singles and the Triples.

Ham Day

The Annual Ham Day was another success with eighteen teams competing for some Christmas bounty. For the first time in many years, local teams took out the two top prizes. Jim Macklan, Bruce Lidbury and John Fahey won the day while Michael Kennedy, Noel Downie and Joe Kosanic came second.

The best last game went to Moruya visitors Phil Rollison, Dave Johnson and Don Burgess.

Lightning Pairs

Unfortunately, the knockout stage of the Lightning Pairs has been postponed due to the weekend rain. Hopefully, they finals will be played thus week.

2018 Program

The first version of the 2018 Program is ready. A copy has been emailed to members. Copies of the program is available at the Club for those members who do not have an email address.

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