Teams fight it out at Claremont Bowls Club

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MORE than 84 people battled it for glory in the Two Bowl Triples at the Claremont Bowls Club in early February.

The significant number was one of the largest amounts of entries in the event to date, and a great day was had by all involved.

The winners of A Grade were Kerry Hill, Noel Hyland and Wayne Clark from New Norfolk, while Keghan Booth, Isaac Maughn and Jack Ellis came second.

In B Grade, the team of Michael Pursell, Kevin Mann and Michael Berens came first.

Labor Member for Derwent Craig Farrell was one of the main sponsors of the event and said it was an entertaining day for the community.

“The Claremont Bowls Club put on a fantastic event, and I was more than happy to sponsor the competition,” he said.

“With more than 125 members, the Claremont Bowls Club is an important community organisation and has been a meeting place for people of all ages since 1960.”

Mr Farrell said that members came from across the region, including New Norfolk, Bridgewater, Glenorchy and Moonah.

“People come from across our community to participate in bowls and have a good time,” he said.

“The Two Bowl Triples is just one of many great events the Claremont Bowls Club puts on, and I enjoyed meeting members of the club at this event.”

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