Bowls royalty

Catherine ONeill with her grandmother Fran Olley, the president of the Northern Rivers District Womens Bowls Association.

Local girl Catherine ONeill from the East Lismore Bowling Club joined 42 young men and women from across NSW for the Royal Bowls Talented Athlete program recently.

The week-long intensive was hosted by Harbord, Warilla and Manly Bowling Clubs and included fitness testing and lectures on drugs and drug testing.

National bowls legend Steve Glasson lectured and tutored the group on different shots and what is expected of players in each position of their team. The group also had an opportunity to play on both indoor and outdoor greens.


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