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Brunswick Heads bowlers celebrate 70th birthday

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Kerry Dexter

The Brunswick Heads Women’s Bowling Club recently celebrated their 70th birthday with a gala day of bowls action that included 28 visiting teams.

In all, 112 women attended the August 25 event coming from Coolangatta, Cudgen, Kingscliff, Cabarita, Ocean Shores, Byron Bay, Ballina, Bangalow, Lennox Head, South Lismore, Lismore Heights and Casino.New district president, Sue Goode, also attended.

The winners on the day included: overall winner, P Johns (Ballina); runner up, J Matthews (South Lismore); first round winner, G Martin (Lennox Head); and second round winners, S Skennar (Ballina) and friendship team player, M Martello (Bangalow).

Margaret Darby, President, cut the cake along with life member Darilyn Guest.

It was an extremely busy day for the female members but well worth it to celebrate the club’s 70th birthday with such a great group.


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