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Busy Week at Woombye!


The 17th Annual Woombye $10,000 was held the weekend 13, 14, 15  November, bringing 96 bowlers in 24 teams to our Woombye Bowls Club.

The  Brian  Slatter team from  Dalby won the first prize of $4,000 winning all 7 games plus also acquiring the Calcutta pot of over $3,800.

Teams travelled from far and wide to compete-- such as Tara, Chinchilla, Toowoomba, Dalby, Wellington Point, Geebung, Brighton and various Sunshine Coast clubs. This carnival is the highlight of the year at Woombye Bowls Club.

During their stay, they also supported many local Woombye food, beverage and hospitality businesses, so beneficial to the economy of our area.

Tournament Director, Howard Riach, praised the efforts of all involved- bowlers, supporters, volunteers, staff and our dedicated greenkeeper, Geoff Steele, in their show of strong community support to once again make this a stellar event.

Even in these tough and unpredictable times, our club has grown its bowling and social member numbers and we are proud that more people see that bowls at WBC is not just about bowling, but also about community engagement, social interaction, fun and laughter.

A  great weekend was had by all involved.

Our club was established in 1947 and has always welcomed anyone in the Woombye/ Diddillibah/Forest Glen area and beyond to pop in to our Cobb’s Camp Kitchen for yummy, reasonably-priced meals on Friday nights, free bowls coaching Friday afternoons from 3pm or during the day for a cool drink in air-conditioned comfort. Come along, relax and meet the locals as we are always willing to welcome arrivals to our friendly club.

Pam Cranney.




Third placegetters- a team skippered by Chris Ryan.

2nd placegetters- a team skippered by Allan Newman

Overall winners with 7 /7 wins

Skip Brian Slatter and his team Allan and Jessie Slatter and Jon King from Dalby, with Woombye Men’s President, Ian Cranney, and organiser Howard Raich