July turned out to be a very Massive Month here at Caboolture Bowl we had National Tournaments Running, while others were achieving greatness and Personal Bests, here is a run down on what we had in store:
2014 Queensland Ladies Classic
This year was the 16th running of this Prestigious Event, Obviously going by the name of this Tournament it is restricted to Female’s only, So that means all the guys get to have a chance to sit back and see how the Women in Australia can bowl and really show what their made of, And I can say after being here all weekend that they didn’t disappoint, with 49 entries in this year’s event there was a very high standard of bowling from all the ladies with most of them travelling here from all over Australia.
All 49 Ladies had to bowl 16 games of qualifying to make that next step of winning the tournament by coming in the top 15 for Qualifying, The average needed to make the Top 15 was a 186, After that the ladies had to bowl another 7 games of Match play to find out who the 2014 Queensland Ladies Classic Winner (Queen) for this year was.
After it was all said and down it was Bec Whiting from Victoria that was the Queen for 2014 she had been bowling very impressively all weekend and didn’t slow down the whole time averaging a clean 206 for the weekend, in 2nd was Emma Walsh with a 199 ave and Kate Pilkington (Defending Queen) coming in 3rd with a 196 average.
I would like to thank all the Ladies that participated in this year’s event, I am confident that this tournament will be running for another 100 years and I’m sure Mary will still be around for all of them.