Pictured are two bowlers from each of the three divisions playing in next week's regional pennants finals. From left: Kath Proctor (Div 1), Rhonda Jones (Div 4), Maureen Schneider (Div 3), Betty Beddoes (Div1), Pam McAnnany (Div 3) and Margaret Ninnes (Div 4).
Pictured are two bowlers from each of the three divisions playing in next week's regional pennants finals. From left: Kath Proctor (Div 1), Rhonda Jones (Div 4), Maureen Schneider (Div 3), Betty Beddoes (Div1), Pam McAnnany (Div 3) and Margaret Ninnes (Div 4).

Regional teams in pennants battle

AN exciting battle for Cunningham District pennants glory is about to take place at United Bowls Club.

All divisions of the ladies pennant final series will be contested at the East Ipswich venue starting at 9.30am on Monday.

The pennants finals will continue on Tuesday.

Twelve sides are playing for the honour of winning their division in the district.

Three sides from United and one from Goodna are contesting the series.

Bowlers and the public are invited to the United Sports Club in Joyce St to watch some of the finest women's bowlers in the Cunningham District.

Pictured are two bowlers from each of the three divisions playing in the finals. From left: Kath Proctor (Division 1), Rhonda Jones (Division 4), Maureen Schneider (Division 3), Betty Beddoes (Division 1), Pam McAnnany (Division 3) and Margaret Ninnes (Division 4).



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