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Sam and Barbara dominate bowls at Ocean Shores

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The formidable force of Sam (L) and Barbara have won four Ocean Shores pairs title in a row.

For the fourth year running, Sam Curtis and Barbara Sprengel have won the Ocean Shores Women’s bowls pairs after winning the final 22–9 last Saturday.

Their opponents, Margaret Enright and Janine Howell, started the game well and led for the first half of the game. But Sam and Barbara dug deep and played some great shots to race ahead and ultimately win the game with a comfortable margin. 

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