Kyabram Bowls Club’s pairs champions Dave Cartwright and Greg Shilling now have their eyes on the Masters Pairs, a tournament with prize money of $2500.November 22, 2012 4:34am
Another title for Greg Shilling and David Cartwright _ this time Kyabram Bowls Club Pairs champions.
Dave Cartwright and Greg Shilling have won Kyabram Bowls Club’s pairs title for the first time.
They beat Chris Preddy and Rob Anset in the final after knocking out Rob Sceney and Russell Locke in the semi final.
The win qualifies them for the Masters Pairs, a tournament with prize money of $2500 which begins at Kyabram on Sunday, although their section does not play until Tuesday.
Cartwright and Shilling, playing with Darren Boswood and Locke, have also reached the Goulburn Valley fours final and the pair have been selected in the group side for regional competition as well.
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