Corrimal Women’s Bowling Club push to boost playing stocks

Roll up: Wendy Tweddle welcomes new bowlers at Corrimal Women’s BC.

Roll up: Wendy Tweddle welcomes new bowlers at Corrimal Women’s BC.

Corrimal Women’s Bowling Club have two pennant teams and a loyal group of bowlers but need new members to remain competitive.

The ladies club have only about 20 bowling members who played in its Grade 1 or Grade 4 pennant team this season.

‘’Everyone at the club is fully committed but if we’re to stay competitive we will need new bowlers,’’ Corrimal women’s club spokesperson Wendy Tweddle said.

Ninety one year-old Noreen McCudden is the ladies club’s oldest player, while Pat Purdie and Robyn Buhagiar are Corrimal’s Illawarra representatives and helped the club finish third in their section of Grade 1 pennants.

Corrimal stalwart Mary Kerr also provided a club highlight this season by winning her first Minor Singles championship.

Prospective new members are welcome at the club’s social bowls event on a Tuesday morning.

Free coaching is available for new bowlers with the ladies club emphasising participation, plus being active and forming friendships.

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