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Ocean Shores’ first mixed-bowls team enjoys narrow victory over Bangalow

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Ocean Shores first mixed-bowls team: J. Phillips, B. Hay,
N. McLeod, K. Olive, D. Hayer, D. Pyne, D. Harman, A. Lovasi, M. Flesser, J. Howell, S. Preston, G. Le Clere. Photo supplied

In a first for bowls in the Tweed/ Byron District, men and women played together in the pennants competition together.

The Ocean Shores sixth-grade team had two women playing, Anna Lovasi and Janine Howell. 

‘We played some very close games against the men at Bangalow, and in a nail-biting finish we were overall winners by one point 61-60,’ Janine Howell, Ocean Shores secretary, said.


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