TRIPLE TREAT: Pictured after their hard-fought victory in the Lismore Workers Heights Women’s Bowling Club triples championship are, from left, Lyndall Riordan, Jan Donadel and Caterina Danelon.
TRIPLE TREAT: Pictured after their hard-fought victory in the Lismore Workers Heights Women’s Bowling Club triples championship are, from left, Lyndall Riordan, Jan Donadel and Caterina Danelon.

Nail-biting win at women's bowls triple

CATERINA Danelon, Lyndall Riordan and Jan Donadel are celebrating after claiming nail-biting success at Lismore Workers Heights Women's Bowling Club.

The trio united to take a narrow 17-16 victory in the final of the club triples championship.

It was a hard-fought triumph, with the match against Dianne Quail, Anne Fields and June Matthews going to an extra end.

Skip Danelon said she was delighted with the triumph, which she felt was the result of solid teamwork.

"I think we just gel really well as a team," she said.

"It was good fun and a nice mix of serious and fun play.

"It's bowls and you have your good days and bad, but overall we did well."

Meanwhile, sides across the region have been celebrating pennant success.

Flag presentations have been held at clubs across the Northern Rivers to mark victories in the various competitions.



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