Etwell and Nash Bowl Them over at City Club

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Etwell and Nash Bowl Them over at City Club


LAWN BOWLS

Bruce McKean

NORTH Mackay bowlers Jeff Etwell and Ian Nash totally dominated the B pairs Champion of Champions event held at the weekend.

Only one team, Souths Suburban, scored double points against them as they cruised to the championship title.

The two-day event was played on the carpet at the City Bowls Club in Shakespeare Street and attracted 10 clubs.

In the final, Etwell and Nash scored a strong 32-9 win over the Pioneer Valley pair of Clive Purvis and John Morrow.

The Pioneer Valley players were able to win only four ends against the strong North Mackay bowlers who consistently out-drew their opponents all weekend.

In the earlier semi-finals North Mackay defeated Northern Beaches 29-8 and again the Northern Beaches side could only win four ends in the match.

Results: Round one: Souths Suburban d Mackay 30-19. Quarter-finals: RSL Memorial d City 26-16; Pioneer Valley d Moranbah 20-19; Northern Beaches d Marian 21-18; North Mackay d Souths Suburban 23-14.

Semi-finals: Pioneer Valley d RSL Memorial 23-19; North Mackay d Northern Beaches 29-8.

Final: Jeff Etwell, Ian Nash (North Mackay) d Clive Purvis, John Morrow (Pioneer Valley) 32-9. …

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