Support: Don Riley of RBS Morgans presents the Over 60s bowlers with their new flag.
Support: Don Riley of RBS Morgans presents the Over 60s bowlers with their new flag. Brendan Ray

Long-time support acknowledged

IT’S a fair indication that a sponsor has stuck solid with an organisation when the sponsorship flag needs to be replaced.

That is exactly what took place when the Coffs Harbour and District Over 60s Social Bowls replaced a flag, which was presented by RBS Morgans and had been flying for years, during play on Monday at Sawtell.

The membership of the group draws from the Park Beach, West Coffs, Sawtell, C-ex Coffs Harbour, C-ex Woolgoolga and Red Rock clubs and for more than 30 years the lawn bowlers enjoyed the support of Neil Cole at RBS Morgans.

In recent years Don Riley has continued the company’s support that saw Cole made a life member of the Over 60s club.

The next day’s play for the Over 60s will be held on May 10 at Bellingen when Coffs Harbour and Bellinger Valley meet in their annual Shield Day.



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