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Far South Coast District Bowling News


THE FAR SOUTH COAST IS OFF TO STATE PLAYOFFS

On the 14 and 15 March the Regional Playoffs for the Triples, Senior Pairs and Open Pairs was played between Bega Imlay, Snowy Mountains and Far South Coast Bowling Districts. The event was played at Bodalla over the two days, where some exceptional bowling was displayed by the competitors.

On the first day Triples were played, and the Tuross Head team of Denise Lidbury, Rose Farrington and Averial Cox were victorious over Adaminaby and Tura Beach.


( l-r Averial Cox, Rose Farrington, Denise Lidbury)

The second day the Senior Pairs and Open Pairs were decided. In the Open Pairs, Tuross Head team, Sue Fahey and Doreen Monks had the bye in the morning and then defeated Merimbula in the final that afternoon.


( l-r Sue Fahey, Doreen Monks)

In the Senior Pairs, Tomakin team of Jenny Hogan and Milka

Starkovski had a bye, then played and were victorious over Cooma in the final.


( l-r Milka Starkovski, Jenny Hogan)

The FSCD had the “trifecta” - congratulations to all players who contributed to this event.

The FSCD at this stage has three teams who will now compete at the State Championships in September at Taren Point - congratulations to these players who will be representing our district.

#Tuross #Sports #Tomakin #Paper #Narooma

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