Long and Cuffe win best bowler ti­tles

Irish Examiner - Farming - - MACRA -

Last week marked the end of Glan­mire Macra’s six-week sum­mer bowl­ing league. Zara Long won best fe­male bowler and Tomás Cuffe was best male bowler. Mem­bers got plenty of prac­tise in and are feel­ing con­fi­dent ahead of to­mor­row night’s Se­andún re­gional com­pe­ti­tion.

The league wasn’t just about the com­pe­ti­tion of course, it was a great way for mem­bers to so­cialise and cel­e­brate the start of a new Macra year. A spokesper­son for the club said: “Last year was a great year for us due to our suc­cess in many com­pe­ti­tions, not to men­tion our suc­cess in gain­ing the ti­tle of na­tional prize winners in both vol­ley­ball and farm skills. We hope to con­tinue our suc­cess­ful streak and make this year an­other suc­cess.”

The club’s sport night got back up on run­ning this week, and will con­tinue every Tues­day at 9pm in Up­per Glan­mire Hall. It costs €4 and new mem­bers play for free on their first night. Any­one in­ter­ested in join­ing Glan­mire Macra can find the club on Face­book.

Donal O’Cal­laghan and Will Daly of Glan­mire Macra.

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