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The ‘old fellows team’ of Kooka, R Grobb and R Parker rose to the occasion and won the Jay McKay memorial at the Mullum Ex-Services Bowling Club.

The pair won the event with two wins + 25 to wrestle the prize away from a field of 20 teams in the 2 x 15 ends game, played in warm and windy conditions on ­Saturday.

The entry of a team by the District Past Presidents, of which John McKay had been a staunch member over many years and serving in many positions, was a most fitting tribute for John.

Coming in second was the team of A Moroney, T Fenwick and A Lumsden on 2 wins + 22, while the team of S Thomas, M Esau and S Doherty on 2 wins + 15 took out third place.

In other club news Team Dunno beat Toads @ Leisure to lift the coveted Coopers Twilight Corporate trophy, and having all the bragging rights till the autumn event.


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