Bowlers set to strike



COFFS Harbour's ten-pin bowlers have Grafton in their sights after the first round of the Storm northern junior challenge at Holiday Lanes.

Grafton hold the lead with four Coffs Harbour teams hot on their heels in a series which will also see rounds at Port Macquarie in July and Grafton in September to decide the overall winners.

The four Coffs Harbour teams sharing second position on the points table after round one are:

Coffs Harbour 1: David Christensen, Sam Brauer, Heather McGinty, Daniel Amiguet.

Coffs Harbour 2: Madison McGinty, Karly Cronin, Michellie McGinty, Jacob Strange.

Coffs Harbour 3: Kirra White, Troy Kingman, Barbara Tanner.

Coffs Harbour 4: Jessica McGinty, Mitch Rose.

The junior challenge has been introduced this year to give the younger bowlers a taste of higher level competition similar to the senior country challenge.

n From Saturday, the Coffs Coast Advocate will publish weekly scores from the various ten-pin bowling league competitions.



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