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Other Club competitions played were the 3 wood challenge Cup, which was won by Dave Fussell, the Sam Barnes Trophy which was won by Julie Potter and Jean Matthews.

Terry Eldridge won the Hayward Cup in a tight final to win his first competition.

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Considering we only had 6 bowlers that play indoors this was an excellent result.

Alan Blackwell's rink had the best result on the day with a 26-22 win, he was assisted by Greg Dunford, Marion Smith and Barry Osman, well done.

The day’s format was fancy dress, and some of the outfits were truly amazing!

The committee arranged a fun day with a number of events, starting with a new version of Target Bowls that was well supported and successful.

The Allen Cup between the Men and Ladies was this year won by the Men, in our final internal Club competition.

The Committee decided that we would support various Cancer Charities this season and Don Stevenson, the Gents’ Captain and the President John Stevenson have been raising money over the season.

Other events on the day included “Name the baby”, “Guess the baby food”, Guess the number of sweets”, “Build the best paper plane” and “Guess the cake weight”.

The food yet again was delicious, and thanks go to Greg & Linda Dunford, Toni Lacey and Sue Metzner. As a club we had a number of highlights: We retained the Parkhill Trophy & the Rose Bowl against Rosehill with the men winning 2-1, and the ladies doing likewise.

After a slow start, Marion unfortunately just couldn’t pull back the early deficit and lost 21-16, unlucky.

The Jack Goff Trophy was lost by us this year - EHBA were the victors.

The buffet hit all the right notes, and everyone was very appreciative of the great spread. The Pamart Cup was virtually won after the first leg, with us leading by 88 shots.

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