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Junior bowler Lenix McKenzie was getting into the roll of things at the Autumn Corporate Bowls last Friday.
Junior bowler Lenix McKenzie was getting into the roll of things at the Autumn Corporate Bowls last Friday.

The Mullumbimby Ex-Services Club’s Autumn Corporate Bowls comp is well underway with perfect conditions on the green last Friday evening.

In Pool A, the race for the top spot has become very tight with Mullumbimby Hot Bread and the IGA Invincibles on 48; Bananarama and CSR on 47; Toads at Leisure 46.

Also having tonnes of fun are the Darkside, Can’t Nail Us Down, Team Sassy, Ben Leeson Mechanical, Gusto, The Lifters, Take A Dump, Mullumbimby Milk and Dunno on 25.  

In Pool B, the Bruns Bums are still out in front on 58 points followed by KRP on 50; Mr Plug 47; SJE 43; Stay True 40; the Steel Men on 39; Pen Pushers and Unco-operatives on 38; In Line Carpentry and Tyrepower Jems 37; Five Blind Mice 35; Sack Bar and Grill on 32; the Brew Crew on 31; and the High Rollers on 29.


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