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Australia Day Social Bowls at the Katanning Country Club

Daniel RooneyGreat Southern Herald
Club members enjoyed an afternoon of friendship and fun.
Camera IconClub members enjoyed an afternoon of friendship and fun. Credit: Daniel Rooney

Members of the Katanning Bowls Club enjoyed a relaxing afternoon of social bowls at the Country Club on Australia Day.

Katanning Country Club president Ian Hanna.
Camera IconKatanning Country Club president Ian Hanna. Credit: Daniel Rooney

The afternoon was perfect for a game or two, with little wind and plenty of sun.

“It’s an Aussie Day thing that we’re starting, this is the inaugural one,” bowls club president Ernie Maples said.

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“Hopefully it gets bigger and better as we go on.

“Corporate bowls start on Friday 3, we’re looking forward to it. It’s a fun night, there’s no competition as such, we mix some of our bowlers in to make up teams and everyone has fun together for an hour or so on the green.

“Get up here and have some fun.”

President of the Kattaning Bowls Club Ernie Maples with Linda Maples.
Camera IconPresident of the Kattaning Bowls Club Ernie Maples with Linda Maples. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Phil Welstead.
Camera IconPhil Welstead. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Allan 'Kiwi' Voice.
Camera IconAllan 'Kiwi' Voice. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Linda Maples.
Camera IconLinda Maples. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Ernie Maples.
Camera IconErnie Maples. Credit: Daniel Rooney
A casual game on a sunny afternoon.
Camera IconA casual game on a sunny afternoon. Credit: Daniel Rooney
Chloe Hart.
Camera IconChloe Hart. Credit: Daniel Rooney

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