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Bulla and the boys win triples at Byron

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Triples finalists (L to R): Duncan Elphic, Bulla Burton, Toby Schott, Greg Daniels, John Nasser, Stephen Chilcott.

Toby Schott, John Nasser and Bulla Burton got the better of Stephen Chilcott, Greg Daniels and Duncan Elphic to claim the Byron Bay Bowling Club triples championship for 2018 last Sunday.

Duncan’s side was not disgraced as they overcame some good teams to reach the final, but the winners were able to deliver a great team effort.

The game was played in front of a good crowd of interested onlookers. 


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