The Big Buddy Tournament was held and again it was Queanbeyan getting the rewards.
Only two weeks ago the Queanbeyan side won the Tulip Time triples and this time they have taken out the Big Buddy Tournament.
Skipper Sean Robinson said his side will go-anywhere for a good game of bowls, but he admits Bowral has been a happy hunting ground over the past three weeks.
In the final playoffs for the Big Buddy, teams competed from Bowral, St. John's Park, Penrith, Queanbeyan, Wallacia, Hunters Hill, Western Creek and Robertson.
Prize money was paid to the first four places.
The matches played over five matches of ten ends.
- 1st Rhys Spiteri, Hemi Palmer, Sean Robinson (Queanbeyann) five wins.
- 2nd Ian Bradburn(Robertson), Josh Woodcock(Bowral), Dugald Braithwaite(Bowral) four wins.
- 3rd Ashley Lewis, Mick Spong, Mick Armstrong(Bowral) four wins.
- 4th Oscar Whalin(Bowral), Guido(Robertson), Dave Coltman(Bowral) three wins.
Organiser Carl Spilker was happy with the response and hoping next year will even be better.
Bowls secretary Dan Ticehurst has all ready stated that clubs who travelled to Bowral this year have indicated they will be back.