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JUNIOR lawn bowlers from Burnett Bowls Club, Gin Gin Bowls Club, Elliott Heads Bowls Club, Gayndah Bowls Club and Urangan Bowls Club competed in the annual junior-senior triples.

After a great performance at the recent Pine Rivers Junior Classic and High School Cup, Kyle Franks continued his winning streak with three wins and a score of 48 to take out the overall prize.

Kyle joined forces with his father Simon and Darryl McDonald. Second went to Nick Sailor, who was joined by Keith Sinclair and Leonie McDougall, third place went to Rikki-lee Kemp, Andrea and Fred Cook, fourth place was Kirsty DeWaard and John and Lyn Scougall, and fifth place went to Scott Hawkins, Lyn Long and Glenys Lock.

Rikki-lee Kemp drew 11-11 with state player Kirsty DeWaard in the second game, in which both put up a great fight. In the younger age division, it was Matthew Bailey, Del Baxter and Chris Pickwick who took first place. Second place went to Tim Zahl, Sashko and Brendan Harris, while third went to Jayden Alberts, Gwen Weston and Barry Peardon.

Fourth place went to Taleah Putney, Kevin Putney and Bill Comney and fifth to Jen Boutell, Terry Lovett and Sean Lovett.




First visitors arrive on new four-day rail, rum, reef tour

First visitors arrive on new four-day rail, rum, reef tour

Tour package to put region on rail trail map

Gayndah gathers to remember the fallen

Gayndah gathers to remember the fallen

Gayndah locals headed into town to pay respects to our ANZACs

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