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Grabbing life by the bowls to create world record

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Gone are they days when lawn bowls were the exclusive realm of the aged but young at heart.

Also gone are they days when all you saw on the green were nanas in their whites.

Now we do love our nans and pops but these days bowls is for all the family and what better what to highlight what a great game it is than by creating a world record.

Frank Penigual arrived at the Brunswick Bowling Club all fired up for his 312th game since January 10.

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Aiming for more than 600 games of bowls, Frank Penigual, centre, with Blossom McCormick and Gary Rendell, visited the Brunswick Heads Bowls Club in his quest for world record glory.

Frank is creating the world record while visiting and playing at more than 600 bowling clubs in Australia within one year.

His game at the BHBC was cool and clear. Frank played an exciting game of 10 ends with Gary Rendell, a board member, while Blossom, a long-term member, marked the game.

We wish Frank all the best in his efforts as he heads to the Mullumbimby Bowls Club for another round.

The Brunswick Heads Bowls Club is open all year round. Bring the family and friends along for a game of bowls any time at no charge.

 


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