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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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