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For the third year running the Brunswick Heads women have come second in the Tweed Byron District Women’s Bowling Association grade three Pennants Competition.

Cabarita topped the table with 25 points ahead of Brunswick on 14.

Cabarita won the flag despite losing to Brunswick 38–36 in the (rain delayed) third round of the competition played last week at
Brunswick Heads.

Darilyn’s team took off with a strong lead, Cabarita fought back with the score ending in Brunswick favour 19–16. Blossom’s team also took off strongly leading until Cabarita caught up and finished winners 20–19.

The game still to be played between Brunswick Heads and Ocean Shores will determine whether Ocean Shores or Kingscliff finished third in the Pennants.


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