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March 3, 2021

Kerry and Jeff take mixed pairs at Brunswick Heads

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Brunswick Heads mixed pairs champions Jeff Winter and Kerry Dexter.

Kerry Dexter and Jeff Winter have claimed a strong win against Sherril Pearce and Greg Aprker last Saturday to claim the mixed pairs championship at the Brunswick Heads Bowling Club.

Kerry and Jeff took the lead early in the game with Sherril and Greg fighting back with some great bowling.

The score of 28–11 did not show the true quality of the game.

The game was the final championship game for the club in 2018.


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