Bowls champions crowned at close of challenging season

From left: Kirsteen Anderson, Jean Miller, Shirley Bannatyne, Lorraine Brodie, Ryan McLachlan, Dugald Graham and David Brown.
From left: Kirsteen Anderson, Jean Miller, Shirley Bannatyne, Lorraine Brodie, Ryan McLachlan, Dugald Graham and David Brown.

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Campbeltown Bowling Club’s truncated season came to a climax last weekend when the Stronvaar green hosted the lockdown singles and pairs championship finals.

The singles on Saturday saw Archie Johnston defeat Ryan McLachlan to take the men’s title and Shirley Bannatyne overcome Lorraine Brodie to take the ladies’ title.

The pairs finals were played on Sunday and David Brown and Ryan McLachlan defeated Dugald Graham and Hugh MacDonald in the men’s match, while Shirley Bannatyne and Kirsteen Anderson defeated Lorraine Brodie and Jean Miller in the ladies’ competition.

Earlier in the season the mixed pairs was held as a trial event and this was won by Neil McCormick and Alan McSporran, who defeated John McLean and Ryan McLachlan in the final.

The finals weekend was sponsored by Andrew Thompson Plastering and Decorating and the winners were presented with commemorative bottles of ‘lockdown’ Kilkerran malt.

President David Brown, who has presided superbly over the most challenging year in the club’s history, thanked all who had taken part and those who had given him so much support during the season.