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Hadwell wins C-grade bowls at Byron

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Anne Hadwell (R), winner of the 2018 C grade singles championship, and Sharon Morrison finalist. Photo supplied

On the last day of the bowling calendar for the year two inaugural finals were decided at the Byron Bay Womens Bowling Club:

The C-grade singles championship and the Consistency Singles were closely contested and played on a holding green in very warm conditions. 

Anne Hadwell won the singles championship against Sharon Morrison, while Pat Bigg won the consistency singles from Beverly Gawned.

‘It was a great way to finish what it was a very successful year for our club,’ Mirtha Christian BBWBC match committee member said.

‘We are looking forward to welcoming everyone back for another succesful year on January 15, 2019’. 


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