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Wait is over for bowls trio at Masters event

PAYDAY: Pete Bonsor, Guy Vozza and Joe Samaha took home $3000 each after winning the Griffith Exies 2 Bowls Masters Triples Tournament. Picture: Ben JaffreyThe Western Bulldogs, the Cronulla Sharks both claimed drought-breaking wins in 2016 and now theTowradgi Park Bowling Club team can be added to the list.
Nanjing Night Net

Whilst not quite as long a wait as the AFL and NRL premiers, Towradgi Park Bowling Club claimed theGriffith Exies 2 Bowls Masters Triples Tournament crown for the first time on Thursday.

Two thirds of the team, Joe Samaha and Guy Vozza,have been making the five-and-half-hourtrip for the past five years in the hunt for glory.

The third member, Pete Bonsor, has been in and out of the team andwas glad he made the trek after committing to the trip late in the piece.

“I was, I’ve got a bit of workat 8am in the morning and Ididn’t want to commit to come down here for three or four days,” Bonsor said.

“The boys agreed they’d travel back tonight after the last game. We were expecting to get back about two or threein the morning but we only had to play five games, so it worked out well.”

Towradgi Bowling Club came close two years ago when the side claimed second.

This time around, Towradgi was the only side to claim five wins for the tournament but the games were by no means easy.

The bowlers won theirfirst game but just five ends before clicking into gear to win their next three rounds by 13, 21 and eight ends respectively.

A five-end win in the final round secured the top spot but the hardest game was saved for last.

“Thelast one wasthe close one,” Bonsor said.

“We needed to win it to guarantee it and things tightened up a little bit.”

With $33,000 worth of prizes up for grabs, Vozza, Samaha and Bonsor pocketed $3000 eachfor their efforts.

The top 10 teams along with last place all took home aprize whilstteams also claimed cash for each round win.

Teams from as far as Queensland make the trip to the annual tournament in the pursuit of the top prize.

Bonsor said the prize money was just one aspect that made the tournament the best he’d been to.

“It’s just the hospitality they give you down here,” Bonsor said.

“They look after you from day one.You get a fun game on the first day with the sponsors then a galadinner on the middle night where you meet up with the sponsorsand have a few drinks.

“The quality of the tournament is awesome and the prize money too.The sponsors and the Exies Club just look after you that well.”

Towradgi Park Bowling Club’s Pete BonsorThis story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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