CALLING FOR PLAYERS: Players are invited to join indoor bowls competitions in Wondai and Kingaroy.
CALLING FOR PLAYERS: Players are invited to join indoor bowls competitions in Wondai and Kingaroy. Keagan Elder

Free coaching for new indoor bowls players

WONDAI and Kingaroy indoor bowlers are calling on new players to join their weekly competitions.

New players are invited to take part in competitions at Wondai Town Hall each Tuesday evening at 7pm and in Kingaroy tournaments at the town hall on Thursdays at 1pm.

Free coaching is on offer to all new players from teenagers to seniors looking for a new sporting challenge .

The annual Vince Lakin Shield was decided last week at the first indoor bowls tournament for 2019 at the Wondai Town Hall.

Three games were decided with the highest score going to the combination of Keith Kratzmann, Beth Weier and Daphne Ladlow with 46 points.

Runners-up was the Kingaroy side of Sue Bowling, Leila Rea and Graham Myers with a total of 44 points.

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