Waiuku Bowls marks the opening of the season

 

 

Opening day at WaiukuBowling Club was held last weekend, with patrons Ila Hair and Ross McNaughten rolling the kitty and first bowl of the new season. There was a good turnout of members and the club is looking forward to a great season.
Their first Open Triples Tournament was held recently at the Pukekohe Indoor Centre.
The results are as follows: Waipipi, first; Papakura, second; Patumahoe, third.
The next tournament will be held at the Waiuku grounds on Friday, October 9.

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