WINNERS: Boyd Baker, Phillip Grambower, Leo Taticek, Kit George, Rita Alsemgeest and Beryl Palmer with their trophies at RSL Indoor Bowls 2018 Club Championships.
WINNERS: Boyd Baker, Phillip Grambower, Leo Taticek, Kit George, Rita Alsemgeest and Beryl Palmer with their trophies at RSL Indoor Bowls 2018 Club Championships.

Beryl named best bowler of the year

GAYNDAH'S RSL Indoor Bowls held their annual Club Championships last Thursday night and Beryl Palmer was blown away when she realised she cleaned up.

Palmer won the Club Consistency Consolation, Consistency Bowler of the Year, Open Bowler of the Year as well as the raffle.

"It was very unexpected, I was so surprised and excited,” Palmer said

"I knew I was getting the consistency consolation but I had no idea I was getting the other two awards.

"The person who does the books was the only one who knew and I'd been away travelling a it so I didn't think I would win.”

Trophies were presented at the Golden Orange Hotel after the indoor bowlers enjoyed a dinner.

"We had a great meal and great service too, the night was very enjoyable,” Palmer said.

"We liked to have the championships to recognise the bowlers efforts throughout the year and it's something different.”

Next week the group will hold their Christmas break up.

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

Club Consistency:

Consolation Winner- B. Palmer

Runner Up- R. Alsemgeest

Winner- R. Miller

Club Pairs:

Consolation Winners- L. Taticek and K. George

Runners Up- R. Miller and P. Grambower

Winners- L. Miller and M. Hunt

Club Singles:

B Grade Winner- M. Hunt

A Grade Runner Up- L. Taticek

A Grade Winner- R.Miller

Consistency Bowler of the Year

Runner Up- P. Grambower

Winner- B. Palmer

Open Bowler of the Year

Runner Up- B. Baker

Winner- B.Palmer


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