Bowlers cash in for charity funds

PUBLISHED: 13:01 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 13:51 04 May 2010

From left: Rosemary Easy, Win Smith, Audrey Knott and Pauline Turner

From left: Rosemary Easy, Win Smith, Audrey Knott and Pauline Turner

MORE than 100 bowlers helped to raise £755 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association at City of Ely Bowls Club. Thirty four teams competed in the George Piper Charity Triples, and winners Rosemary Easy, Audrey Knott and Pauline Turner were presented with

MORE than 100 bowlers helped to raise £755 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association at City of Ely Bowls Club.

Thirty four teams competed in the George Piper Charity Triples, and winners Rosemary Easy, Audrey Knott and Pauline Turner were presented with a trophy by City of Ely president Win Smith.

Judy Graven, Tony Pearson and Timothy Graven were runners-up.

Susan Piper, whose husband died of motor neurone disease, said: "The tournament was a great success and a magnificent sum of money was raised. A special thanks goes to the bowls club for allowing us to run the tournament and to Ian Brown for organising the order of play.


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