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Pairs champions decided at Brunswick Heads Women’s Bowling Club

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The Brunswick Heads Women’s Bowling Club Championships are underway and have delivered the Open Pairs winners.

The final was a great and hard fought game according to BHWBC publicity officer, Kerry Dexter.

Runners up were newish bowlers Julie Quigley and Jenny Andrew (skipper), but the newly crowned champions were long-time bowler Marcia Crichton, and Sharon Allen (skipper).

‘These ladies did extremely well to get to the final, defeating many experienced bowlers and past champions along the way,’ Kerry said.

District triples

Pauline Foster, Marcia Crichton and Sharon Allen (skipper) competed in the open division of the of Tweed-Byron District triples competition held at Ocean Shores, while Sherril Pearce, Kerry Dexter and Blossom McCormick (skipper) entered the senior division.

Both teams made it to the final but couldn’t get a win.

In the open division BHWBC went down to Pottsville, and in the senior division the locals lost by four to Kingscliff.

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