Te Awamutu Courier

Cyclone adds element of difficulty

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Despite Saturday having four seasons in a day and Sunday’s strong winds caused by the fringes of Cyclone Dovi, Bowls

Te Awamutu club singles championsh­ips were completed over the weekend of February 12-13.

Skill was certainly required to play shots over the whole weekend, due to the strong winds which came from various angles.

In the women’s event, Lou Roughton took the title, with Elske de Bruyn coming runnerup.

The men’s title was won by Warwick Flintoff, with John Apeldoorn as runner-up.

 ?? Photos / Supplied ?? Bowls Te Awamutu women's singles winner Lou Roughton (left) with runner-up Elske de Bruyn.
Photos / Supplied Bowls Te Awamutu women's singles winner Lou Roughton (left) with runner-up Elske de Bruyn.
 ?? ?? Bowls Te Awamutu men's singles champion Warwick Flintoff (left) with runner-up John Apeldoorn.
Bowls Te Awamutu men's singles champion Warwick Flintoff (left) with runner-up John Apeldoorn.

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