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Mixed-fours winners: (L-R) Brian Howell, Lee Roberts, Janine Howell and Judy Williams.

Last Sunday six teams vied for mixed-fours honours at the Ocean Shores Bowls club.

After some close games, and a few upsets, Brian Howell, Lee Roberts, Janine Howell and Judy Williams came through as the eventual winners.

On the previous Friday in doubles, the teams of F Collins and G Collins got the better of L Wickham and B Linabury, while J Williams and M Bertoli had a draw playing against J Busch and G Johnston.

Playing a consistent game this week H Rowland held a good lead throughout to defeat M Enright. The final between Heather Rowland and Janine Howell will be played next Friday.

Byron Bay

At the Byron Bay Bowling Club’s Fours played last Thursday; Paul Bezrouchko, Mark Brown, Craig Johnson and Paul Clark defeated Phil Boyd, Ian Burston, Toby Schott and Bulla Burton.

In the other match, Dean Dhnaram, William Green, Steve Hammond and Aaron Richter-Steers were defeated by Martin Berger, Syl Reid, Peter Lofts and Gavin McPhail.

The Club’s Mixed Pairs games are pending.


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