Prizes on pa­rade

Rutherglen Reformer - - Bowling -

Kirkhill Bowl­ing Club rounded off a suc­cess­ful year of bowl­ing with their an­nual prize­giv­ing night.

Around 50 peo­ple had a lovely evening at the event, where pres­i­dent Sam Maxwell wel­comed the mem­bers.

The gath­ered crowd en­joyed them­selves, with cheese, wine, crack­ers and pate freely avail­able be­fore and after the cer­e­mony.

San­dra Keary, the ladies cham­pion, and Hugh McNulty, the gents cham­pion, made ex­cel­lent speeches when re­ceiv­ing their prizes, en­cour­ag­ing oth­ers to em­u­late their suc­cess.

One of the themes of the night was the suc­cess of the newer bowlers with two new mem­ber ladies win­ning prizes while three gents who were first-time win­ners of sin­gle-handed com­pe­ti­tions.

Thanks were ex­pressed to all helpers who or­gan­ised the night par­tic­u­larly Chris­tine McLeod and Gor­don McLen­nan who set out the tro­phies, and kept to the run­ning or­der for Sam.

Top three Gents nom­i­nated triples win­ners from Kirkhill Bowl­ing Club (from left) Gor­don McLen­nan, Jim Proc­tor and Gor­don Cun­ning­ham

Han­dover The pre­sent­ing trio of Gor­don McLel­lan, Chris­tine McLeod and Pres­i­dent Sam Maxwell at Kirkhill Bowl­ing Club

Cham­pion Ladies cham­pion San­dra Keary with pres­i­dent Sam Maxwell

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