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Finalist win through for Byron Bay Bowling club fours

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Busy times have seen the finalist for the Club Fours determined at the Byron Bay Bowling Club.

In the first semifinal Toby Schott, Werner Borkhardt, John Nasser and Bulla Burton got the win over Ken Rutgerson, Paul Bezrouchko, Dean Dhnaram and Syl Reid.

The other semi winners were Craig Johnson, Glen Ward, Mark Brown and Paul Clark, who defeated Brett Luker, William Green, Aaron Richter-Steers and Steve Hammond on Saturday in the rain.

The Final is scheduled for this Thursday, December 14.

Last week’s Twilight Bowls were won by Marie Lawlis, Pam Scarborough and Pat Bigg with Eileen de Kantzow and Bulla Burton runners-up.

Socially, Thursday’s self-selected Pairs was taken out by Brett Luker and Steve Hammond.

Bev Gawned and Ivan Eastern got the second prize while Brett got the T-Bone tray.

The Margins Jackpot did not go off and goes to $70 this week.

This Sunday the club is holding its annual Christmas Mixed Pairs starting at 12.45 pm. It is three-bowl Triples, played over two games of 18 ends and there are plenty of Christmas goodies for prizes.

Limited spots available so ring the Club on 6685 6202.

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