Home town win for Chipper’s four

Brian ‘Chipper’ Allen and his team of Grenville Mead, Bronnie McGowan and Glenys Carter ran out clear winners after the Central Bowling Club’s Classic Two-Day Open tournament on the weekend.

Teams from Hamilton, Pukekohe, Tauranga, Putaruru, Ohope, and Cambridge entered and chasing the much valued first prize.

The leader board changed several times during the two days but it was the home-team four that emerged the victors.

Winners: l to r Bronnie McGowan, Glenys Carter, Brian ‘Chipper’ Allen, Grenville Mead and sponsor Michelle Rolley of Forsyth Barr.

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