Ron Hollandy Trophy indoor bowling

Stephne Joyce, of Green Island, keeps a careful eye on progress. Photos by staff photographer.
Stephne Joyce, of Green Island, keeps a careful eye on progress. Photos by staff photographer.
Lyn Rance, of Green Island, hopes for the best as she releases the bowl.
Lyn Rance, of Green Island, hopes for the best as she releases the bowl.
Town player Ann Cottrell, of Burnside, watches her bowl on its way down the green.
Town player Ann Cottrell, of Burnside, watches her bowl on its way down the green.
Enjoying a lunch break during the tournament are (from left) Keith Ruthven, of Momona, Noeline...
Enjoying a lunch break during the tournament are (from left) Keith Ruthven, of Momona, Noeline Harris and Heather Rae, both from the Mosgiel RSA, and Michele Cadogan, of Momona.
Tournament umpire Stan Rae (left), from the Mosgiel RSA, takes a breather with Taieri Sub...
Tournament umpire Stan Rae (left), from the Mosgiel RSA, takes a breather with Taieri Sub-Association Indoor Bowls president Bob Crawford (centre), of Momona, and hall controller Ian Hore, of North Taieri.

Country beat Town in a tussle for the Ron Hollandy Trophy on the indoor greens at Wingatui Hall on Saturday.

Thirty-two competitors took part in the 23rd trophy event, hosted this year by Taieri Sub-Association Indoor Bowls.

Country won the tournament with 431 match points and 68 game points over Town's 387 match and 44 game points.

Tournament hall controller Ian Hore, from the North Taieri Indoor Bowling Club, said the event went very well.

"We were pleased out this way,'' Hore, a life member and vice-president of the Taieri sub-association, said.

The Country team comprised players from Momona, Henley, the Mosgiel RSA, Silverwings, North Taieri and Taieri bowling clubs.

Town was made up of players from the Prince Albert, Mornington, Green Island, Kew, Kaikorai, Burnside, Waikari and Hillhead clubs.

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