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Bowls In Focus : March April 2010
14 Bowls In Focus Coolum Seaside is fast becoming the preferred destination for lawn bowlers escaping the southern winter chill. You can enjoy Coolum Beach Bowls Club which is an easy walk away. Take a stroll along the beach, or satisfy your appetite for food and fashion along the prominade. Choose from designer 2 or 3 bedroom apartments, or, stylish studio's. So whether you're keeping ahead of your game, or enjoying a day trip to one of the many tourist spots the coast and hinterland has to offer, Coolum Seaside is your luxury by the green. AAAT Mention this ad when you book your stay for a 10% discount. Book now, call 1800 809 062 or www.coolumseaside.com Coolum Seaside has the holding shot Apartments Sunshine Coast Security parking, lift access Tennis court, swimming pools, spa's, and heated lap pool Gym and BBQ areas Library and internet lounge Award Winning landscaping Long term rates for over 4 weeks Proud Sponsors of Coolum Beach Bowls Club grounds for complaint, although officials claim the qualifying process will be 'tightened up' in future. With the dealing done, it was off to the big show at the excellent Shepparton Park and Mooroopna venues. The main Open draw comprised 128 men and 64 women in the singles, 64 men's and 32 women's pairs, along with 64 men's and 32 women's triples. And to be sure, there's rarely a dull moment as the greatest show on Australian turf unfolds, as results of the first day's competition clearly demonstrated. It started out with a sensation in the morn- ing's women's pairs first round when defending champions and reigning Commonwealth Games gold medallists Karen Murphy and Lynsey Armitage were eliminated by relatively unheralded Queen- slanders Coral Withers and Christine Baxter from Springwood. Incidentally, it was Withers who also dashed the repeat win hopes of defending women's singles champion Kelsey Cottrell in round two. Similarly, day one finished with another upset when pint-sized South Australian 15-year-old Nathan Pedersen eliminated Malaysian superstar
Bowls In Focus May 2010