Ruth Bowden Trophy Day

President of Karuah Women's Bowling Club Kim Post, kissing the Trophy with Robyn Webster, President of Tea Gardens Women's Bowling Club.
President of Karuah Women’s Bowling Club Kim Post, kissing the Trophy with Robyn Webster, President of Tea Gardens Women’s Bowling Club.


Tea Gardens Women’s Bowling Club

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TUESDAY 10 October: No social bowls played due to a tournament being played.

Wednesday 11 October: 18 bowlers travelled to Karuah RSL Bowling Club to participate in the Ruth Bowden Trophy Day. This is an annual event between the two clubs.

Eighteen bowlers, 6 teams for Triples.

Scores from each team are added together to determine the winner.

Play commenced at 10.00am and finished at 12.15pm.

Scores were calculated from results after 14 ends.

Tea Gardens Women’s Bowling Club has won the Trophy for the last 15 years, unfortunately this year the Karuah Bowlers out bowled our teams winning 91 v 84.

Well done Karuah, great bowling.

TGWBC are determined to win the Trophy next year and hopefully for the next 15 years.

Despite losing a great day was had by all, thanks to the ladies from Karuah.

Morning tea and lunch amazing, it’s hard to be rivals when you are such a hospitable group.

Thursday 12 October: Just a small group of bowlers turned up for social bowls. Those present enjoyed a “roll up”, the format was a practice session for consistency in preparation for the Open Consistency Competition commencing on Tuesday 17 October.



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