Lithgow Workies women win Versatility 6's competition

1st place, Lithgow Workies: Beryl Evans, Cath Kenniff, Barbara Watters, Ruth Harries, Irene Piasevole, Lyn Green. PHOTOS: Jacob Gillard. lm112916bowls

1st place, Lithgow Workies: Beryl Evans, Cath Kenniff, Barbara Watters, Ruth Harries, Irene Piasevole, Lyn Green. PHOTOS: Jacob Gillard. lm112916bowls

The Lithgow Workies recently hosted the local lady bowlers’ Versatility 6’s competition, bringing together bowlers from across the region to take part in a great event.

Through some hot conditions, 12 teams of 6 people each battled it out in games of 4’s, two triples games and 1 pairs battle.

Lithgow Workies women’s bowlers ended up coming out on top.

2nd place, Lawson: Caroline Collins, Robyn Fitzpatrick, Chris Semmler, Ruth Smith, Mimi Coleman and Mona Soergel. lm112916bowls1

2nd place, Lawson: Caroline Collins, Robyn Fitzpatrick, Chris Semmler, Ruth Smith, Mimi Coleman and Mona Soergel. lm112916bowls1

Lawson came in close behind in second place, followed on the podium by Lithgow City who came in third.

All teams enjoyed refreshments and something to eat after, and raffles after the games were drawn out by Sue Metcalf and announced by President of Lithgow Workmen’s Club women’s bowlers Leslie Townsend.

Those who played would like to thank Ray Warren and Don Milligan for their help in umpiring, and anyone who had a hand in organising the day.

Well done to all who played and congratulations to the Workies women for taking out the day.

3rd place, Lithgow City: Carol Posker, Norma Thomas, Robyn Patterson, Lyn Drury, Karyn Mitchell and June Barnes. lm112916bowls2

3rd place, Lithgow City: Carol Posker, Norma Thomas, Robyn Patterson, Lyn Drury, Karyn Mitchell and June Barnes. lm112916bowls2

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