Curling bonspiel at Manorburn

The teams gather on the Lower Manorburn Dam.
The teams gather on the Lower Manorburn Dam.
Drinks on ice.
Drinks on ice.
Drinks on ice.
Drinks on ice.
The Wilson Rosebowl surrounded by refreshments on an improvised picnic table.
The Wilson Rosebowl surrounded by refreshments on an improvised picnic table.
Members of the Poolburn team, the defending champions: Wes Flannery, Al Williamson, Lindsay Scott...
Members of the Poolburn team, the defending champions: Wes Flannery, Al Williamson, Lindsay Scott and Shane Turfus.
Pat Cooney (Chatto Creek) delivers his stone.
Pat Cooney (Chatto Creek) delivers his stone.
Jack Davis (Lowburn) delivers his stone.
Jack Davis (Lowburn) delivers his stone.
Pat Cooney (Chatto Creek) watched by Jack Davis (Lowburn) as he delivers his stone.
Pat Cooney (Chatto Creek) watched by Jack Davis (Lowburn) as he delivers his stone.
Ian Clouston (Chatto Creek) delivers his stone.
Ian Clouston (Chatto Creek) delivers his stone.

Wilson Rosebowl curling competition held at the Lower Manorburn Dam yesterday. Photos by Gerard O'Brien; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz

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