Green­less bowlers wel­comed in Bowen and Prossie

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -

Last Tues­day, the ladies divi­sion had its monthly meet­ing, which was well at­tended, and af­ter­wards seven ladies went to Wan­garatta in Bowen to play in the af­ter­noon.

Once again, the club was wel­comed with open arms dur­ing the pe­riod that the Air­lie Beach green has been out of ac­tion.

On Wednesday af­ter­noon, mem­bers went into Proser­pine to play, as they have been do­ing for some weeks. In Sun­day’s so­cial bowls in Proser­pine, four rinks of triples com­peted for the prizes that were on of­fer, which were pro­vided by Air­lie Beach Bowls Club.

A sausage siz­zle was pro­vided af­ter the games as a thank you to Proser­pine for hav­ing the Air­lie Beach bowlers over these past few weeks.

The Air­lie Beach ladies One-Day Car­ni­val that was sched­uled for Mon­day has had to be can­celled due to the green not be­ing avail­able.

To­mor­row, mem­bers and friends are in­vited to come to the club for a so­cial get-to­gether.

Din­ner will be avail­able at a cost of $10 per per­son, and the club looks for­ward to see­ing as many mem­bers as pos­si­ble come along.

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