Bowler Bryn breaks club record

PUBLISHED: 15:38 14 September 2011 | UPDATED: 15:42 14 September 2011

Bryn Evans is presented the trophy from WGC Bowls Club president Doug King, and left, runner-up Keith Ames

Bryn Evans is presented the trophy from WGC Bowls Club president Doug King, and left, runner-up Keith Ames

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TEENAGER Bryn Evans has become the youngest ever player to win WGC Bowls Club’s Men’s Championship.

Bryn, aged just 19, beat Keith Ames in the final in a hard-fought match, which was level at 20 shots each, with Bryn winning the final end to win by the narrowest margin of 21 shots to 20.

In the ladies final, Ruby Avery won the Championship.

In another very close final played against Ruth Brett, Ruby came back, after being behind, to also win by 21 shots to 20.

Gordon Avery beat Tom Stevenson in the Open Singles and in the Handicap Singles Gordon Avery defeated Steven Budge.

In the Two Woods Singles Neil Sharp saw off Mick Stephen.

The Veterans Cup saw Tom Stevenson beat Brenda Collins by 21 shots to 18.

In the Novices Singles Bryn Evans beat Wendy Goodyear.

Mick Stephen and John Kilmister beat Ruby Avery and Wendy Goodyear in the Pairs Competition final.

And in the Triples final, Brenda Hughes, Richard Middlewood and Doug King beat Maureen Foulser, Brian Hewitt and Allan Budge by 17 shots to 15.


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