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pennant. Although they did not register
went down by just 11 shots in the three
matches played. Club President Richard
Grob congratulated the side on their per-
formance and said the experience gained
will be of great benefit to all players
for future competitive fixtures, and will
improve bowling standards at the club.
MULLUMBIMBY Ex-Services -- Results
from Major Pairs final: S. Purdie, R.
Day 28 d B. McClymont, C. McClymont
10.THE Cudgen Leagues BC has held its
annual BCiB men's triples tournament.
For the club's second money tournament
in a row, it was mainly local players to the
fore, with the team of Ted Conlon, Richard
Allen and Ron Hutchinson collecting the
major share of the prizemoney. Brian Mur-
ray, Norm Bradbrook and Trevor King had
to settle for the runner-up share.
DISTRICT President's Day held at Potts-
ville was a great success, with repre-
sentatives from all District clubs attend-
ing. District President Darren Townsend
welcomed all members and thanked them
for their support.
THE 2010 Lismore Workers Heights
Club Championship winners are: Club
Fours -- Lido Cheli, Norm Miller, Max
Harris, Olivo Dardengo; Club Triples --
John McEvoy, Terry Stephen, Jim rank;
A-grade Pairs -- Peter Morrissey, Stuart
Cameron; A-grade Singles -- Peter Morris-
sey; B-grade Pairs -- Rocco Barillaro, Bob
McGrath; B-grade Singles -- Terry Stephen;
C-grade Singles -- Bob McGrath.
CASINO RSM Club championships have
now been finalised for the year with
the playing of the A Grade Triples final.
The successful team was Doug Moa, Garry
Burt and David Ball, who were victorious
over the team of Mark Albert (Jnr), Gregg
Duhigg and Mark McPhee 31-10.
By Denis Broad
Phone: 4929 3441
A FEATURE of the 50th Annual
Zone 2 Mattara Carnival was the
number of history-making perform-
The Carnival catered for a record
number of 1162 participants, an increase
of 32 from last year.
Sam Laguzza (Swansea) won his third
consecutive, and 5th overall, Les Parrott
Memorial Mattara Open Singles, defeat-
ing 2000 and 2003 titleholder Tony Miller
(South Tweed) 25-15 in the final.
Laguzza dominated the later stages of
the match, after Miller fought back from
a 7-15 deficit to trail 14-16 after 21 ends.
Miller also made a tremendous recov-
ery in his semi-final against Brendon
• Mrs Kathy Artery, Manager, Greater
Building Society Ltd, Lambton Branch,
congratulates Lennon Scott, Jason Stokes
and Clay Parker (Raymond Terrace) on
winning the Frank Neat Memorial Classic
KO Club Nominated Men s Triples.
• Sam Laguzza (Swansea) receiving the Les
Parrott Memorial Mattara Open Singles
winner s trophy from Mrs Merle Parrott and
Ms Anne-Maree James-Yates, Manager,
Greater Building Society Ltd, Belmont
• Sam Laguzza (Swansea) closely watches
Tony Miller (South Tweed) deliver a bowl
in the Les Parrott Memorial Mattara Open
• Aaron Cobbin (Catherine Hill Bay)
winner of the Mattara Restricted Singles
congratulated by Robert Atkins (Redhead)
on creating history by becoming the rst
Catherine Hill Bay bowler to win a Mattara
Plunkett led 17-5, but Miller displayed
all his fighting skills to win 25-20.
Laguzza proved too strong for Trevor
Aitchison (Cardiff) in his semi-final, win-
Aaron Cobbin created history in the
Restricted Singles final when he became
the first Catherine Hill Bay bowler in the
50th year history of the Carnival to win
Cobbin dominated the final, beating
Robert Atkins (Redhead) 25-8. In contrast,
the two semi-finals were both close, hard-
Cobbin beat David White (Lambton-
New Lambton RSL) 25-20 after the scores
were locked 20-all, and Atkins downed
Trevor McDonald (Swansea Workers) by
the same scoreline.
The Raymond Terrace trio of Clay Park-
er, Jason Stokes and Lennon Scott won a
very entertaining Frank Neat Memorial
Classic KO Club Nominated Mens Triples
final, beating the talented Soldiers Point
trio of John Collins, David King and Neville
Downes lead 5-0 early, but then trailed
12-7 after 9 ends before hitting the front
18-13 after 15 ends.
Scott's team then won the next five
ends to establish a match-winning 25-18
advantage, and then held on for a 3 shot
In the semi-finals, Scott thumped
defending titleholders Dick Hadley, Brian
Hitchcock and Rick Clark (Stockton) 31-6,
and Downes accounted for Craig Hines,
Kevin Robinson and Terry Antram (Nelson
Trevor Aitchison received compensation
for his Mattara Open Singles semi-final
loss when he skippered the Cardiff team
of Adrian Berry, Gary Martin and Terry
Crook to the club's first Mattara Fours
title.They led all the way in the final to
defeat John Rutherford, Chris Evans, Ian
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