KILMORE Bowls Club has recognised Tommy O’Lynn’s distinguished service to the club by awarding a life membership.
O’Lynn was presented with a life member badge at a special players’ night on October 6.
He served the club as a committee member, maintained the greens and surrounds, attended to maintenance work, served in and maintained the bar, worked as the function coordinator and helped to raise money for the club.
He has been an active member since 2006-7 and was recognised for his conscientious work behind the scenes to ensure the smooth running of the club.
O’Lynn’s daughter Maree and grandson Bradon attended the presentation.
Kilmore’s division one team went down to Trentham in Ballarat Highlands Association on Saturday.
The final score was Trentham shots 51, points 14 defeated Kilmore shots 48, points 2.
Kilmore lost two out of three rinks with its only winner of the day the rink of J. Reimann, J. Coates, L. Hawkless and T. Macgrotty.
Broadford also suffered a loss at the hands of Lancefield, who proved too strong on the day.
The final score was Broadford shots 45, points 4 to Lancefield’s shots 46, points 12.
Broadford won two rinks on the day, with rink two, made up of R. Chapman, T. Young, B. Goddard and A. Price winning 18-15; and Broadford’s rink three, D. Ellis, K. Inness, R. Campbell, and L. Gleeson, winning 15-12 shots.
Lancefield’s rink of J. Holmes, J. Parks, G. Stewart and H. Matthews won 19-12 shots.