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March 9, 2021

Sam and Robin win mixed pairs

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Robyn Knaus and Sam Skehan BBBC mixed pairs winners.

Sam Skehan and Robyn Knaus won the Byron Bay Bowling Club’s mixed pairs final last weekend.

The final was played under hot, humid conditions and on a true rolling green.

The first ends were closely contested, but Sam and Robyn were too strong for Peter ‘the fox’ Lofts and Pam Scarborough, who had to settle for second place. 


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