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Championship Fours decided at Byron Bay Bowling Club

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Club Fours Championship finalists: (L-R) Syl Reid, Craig Johnson, Mark Brown, Gavin McPhail, Mark Barry, Paul Clark, Martin Berger and Peter Lofts.

Mark Barry, Craig Johnson, Mark Brown and Paul Clark took the honours at the Byron Bay Bowling Club’s Fours Championship last week.

It was a tight game with only one shot in it with four ends to play. The final result was 21-15.

Martin Berger, Syl Reid, Peter Lofts and Gavin McPhail were runners up.

The competitors in the final of the mixed pairs were also decided after Robyn Knaus and Sam Skehan won their semifinal against Pam Scarborough and Werner Borkhardt.

In the other semi Linda Child and Bulla Burton won through to the final with a win over Julie Higgins and Peter Darby.

The doubles will be decided this week ahead of the club’s annual presentation night this Friday 20th of December.


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