Meigh Bowling Club News

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Monday, February 27th, 2012
While the 2011 Pairs Tournament was successful, it was the first the club had run in over a decade and taking into account that it was limited to just three nights, this year must rate a few notches higher in terms of quality. This is borne out by the fact that there were four nights, three of them full to capacity and the fourth just a few short of the target. Another interesting fact being that all but two of last year’s qualifiers were beaten in a really enthralling contest of top rate bowling which was thoroughly enjoyed by spectators and players alike. All of this leads to what promises to be a thrilling final night on Tuesday 28th February at 8 pm. So if you have any interest in the bowls game and would like to see it played to its very best, in terms of tactics and skill, you cannot afford to miss those remaining players battle it out for the honours of this tournament in Meigh Community Centre. The final eight qualifiers are; Anthony Reel & Noel Mackin, Cullyhanna,  Rosemary McAnenly & Pat McCartan, Errigal, Co. Tyrone. Gerry McCabe & Diarmuid McMahon Cooley & Carrickmacross, Kevin & Donna Conroy, Redeemer. Carol & John McMahon, Carrickmacross. Paul & Patsy Duff, Louth. John Murnaghan & Jason Hand, Cooley and Corduff. Michael & Shane Hand, Corduff. Meigh Bowling club would like to acknowledge and thank all who supported and participated in the success of this year’s Pairs Tournament, the sterling teamwork of their own members, especially the ladies and men who provided the teas etc, sold tickets and helped out in various ways. Finally, we are extremely grateful to Paddy Mee and Larry King for the use of their P.A systems that made such a difference to the overall performance each night.  
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