Triples battle it out for Edith McFadyen trophy

Back row, from left: Vice president Gordon Graham, Kenny Kerr snr, Stephen Gorman, Kevin Stone, Kenny Kerr jnr, JD McCallum and John McLatchie. Front: the three young ladies who presented the trophy, Christina McMillan, Aimee McIlroy and Grace McMillan, great-granddaughters of Edith McFadyen.
Back row, from left: Vice president Gordon Graham, Kenny Kerr snr, Stephen Gorman, Kevin Stone, Kenny Kerr jnr, JD McCallum and John McLatchie. Front: the three young ladies who presented the trophy, Christina McMillan, Aimee McIlroy and Grace McMillan, great-granddaughters of Edith McFadyen.

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Eight teams in two groups took to Argyll Bowling Club’s green at midday last Sunday to compete for the Edith McFadyen Triples title.

The final was played by the highest scoring team from each section.

It was a close final, six shots to five, but the winners were Stephen Gorman, Kenny Kerr jnr and skip John McLatchie.

The runners up were Kevin Stone, JD McCallum and their skipper Kenny Kerr snr.

‘Congratulations to the winners and thanks to all teams taking part and making for a good competition,’ said a club spokesperson.

‘Special thanks to Charles McFadyen and McFadyens Transport Ltd for sponsoring the competition, our greenkeeper for preparing the green and members who helped with the bar and the kitchen.’