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L–R: Andrew Spice (Ocean Shores Country Club GM) with the winning team of Kelvin Kerkow, John Bain, Scotty Dejong and Brett Wilkie. Photo supplied
L–R: Andrew Spice (Ocean Shores Country Club GM) with the winning team of Kelvin Kerkow, John Bain, Scotty Dejong and Brett Wilkie. Photo supplied

Former international-level bowlers Brett Wilkie and Kelvin Kerlow along with partners John Bean and Scotty Dejong won the Great Northern Classic Fours held at the Ocean Shores Country Club last weekend.

As winners the four shared in $5,000 worth of prizemoney out of the total pool of $15,000 that was up for grabs.

Teams competed over five games and two days of play.


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