West Coffs bowler June Boulton watches her bowl as Jeanice Schiemer from Park Beach looks on at the Pot Luck Triples yesterday.
West Coffs bowler June Boulton watches her bowl as Jeanice Schiemer from Park Beach looks on at the Pot Luck Triples yesterday. BRUCE THOMAS

On a roll in the showers

THE afternoon showers did not stop almost 80 bowlers taking to the greens at West Coffs yesterday as the Pot Luck Triples got under way.

The ladies may have returned from lunch a little later than scheduled to avoid some of the precipitation but overall the annual event enjoyed a successful first day.

Now into its third year, the Club Coffs event began with 26 teams, some from as far south as Forster/Tuncurry and as far north as Grafton making their way to the club to play. Each of the trios played two games yesterday and will play another two today, as well as a fifth and final match tomorrow morning before a winner is decided.

With a $1200 prize for the winning team up for grabs, there is sure to be some hot competition before this year’s event is finished.



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