CAMARADERIE, friendship and fun are some of the benefits participants can expect if they take up the Mayor’s challenge to give lawn bowls a go at the Murray Bridge Green 2018 South Australian Masters Games in April.
“Come and give it a go,” said Rural City of Murray Bridge Mayor Lewis.
“We have two great clubs here in Murray Bridge and they are very welcoming of new and visiting players.”
Sport Coordinator Noel Kneebone and his wife Karen Kneebone joined the Mayor in inviting people from 30 years+ to register for the games and try the Murray Bridge RSL Bowling green.
“You’re never too old to give it a go,” said Noel.
“I wish I’d started it earlier – it’s great for the body and great for the mind.”
Noel said many young people moved away from the sport once they became busy with young families and work, but once children were grown and people retired and found more time for themselves many were finding it a good time to return to the sport.
“For retirees it’s a good time to start again,” he said.
The Murray Bridge Green 2018 South Australian Masters Games will be held Thursday 19 until Sunday 22 April 2018 at a variety of venues throughout the region.
Murray Bridge RSL Bowling Club will host mixed fours on Thursday 19, open pairs on Friday 20 and open fours on Saturday 21 April 2018, and anyone over the age of 30 can register.
Register online at http://murraybridgemastersgames.com.au/
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Image: Rural City of Murray Bridge Mayor Lewis, Sport Coordinator Noel Kneebone and Karen Kneebone on the Murray Bridge RSL Bowling Club green.
Events Coordinator Mildy Raveane
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