Ball a stylish start to race

Pilbara News - - News - Re­becca Par­ish

More than 200 rev­ellers at­tended the an­nual Mar­ble Bar Ball on Fri­day night, kick­ing off the week­end’s race round in style.

En­ter­tain­ment was pro­vided by Perth rock band Bro­ken Tides, while a smor­gas­bord of food in­clud­ing beef pro­vided by Yar­rie Sta­tion was served up to guests.

The an­nual pre­sen­ta­tion of belle and beau of the ball this year hon­oured Pil­bara pilot Ross McDow­ell, with wife, Chrissie, ac­cept­ing the award for beau in trib­ute to her late hus­band.

New­man’s Lisa Jef­fery took out the ti­tle of belle of the ball, with a se­quinned red, floor-length gown and pur­ple feather ad­di­tion ce­ment­ing her win.

So­phie and Chrissie McDow­ell. Pic­tures: Re­becca Par­ish

Guests donned their best frocks for the event.

Bro­ken Tides en­ter­tained rev­ellers at the Ball.

Joan Fo­ley.

Greg Tay­lor and Amy Mukher­jee.

Jenna Dodge.

Kelly Bell, Jess O'Dea and Court­ney Fowler.

Alex Dandie, Amy Fla­herty and Sarah Mary Pi­card.

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