The 2016 State Multi-Dis competition saw only two out of seven winners taking home their first gold. (Pictured left: 2014 & 2016 Life Stream Singles winner and Glasshouse Country Bowls Club member Phillip Siggers.)
Day two of the 2016 State Multi-Disability Championships at Chermside Bowls Club (August 28 – 31) proved to be fruitful for previous Multi-Dis competition winners, with five out of seven gold medal winners having previously won gold at the event.
This year Lynne Seymour took home gold in the Blind Bowls Association Ladies Singles event, making it her fourth gold in four years.
Dennis Wormald managed to take home his second Multi-Disability gold in the Men’s Blind Bowls Singles event after his initial win in the 2014 competition.
In the Life Stream Open Singles event Phillip Siggers came back with a vengeance after missing out in 2015, he took home his second gold since his 2014 win.
Gold medal veteran Diana Reddick paired up with Barry Greentree to win him his first gold at the competition in the Deaf Bowls open pairs section.
David Weir and Clive Williams, not content with winning last year decided to go back to back with wins and took home gold in the Sporting Wheelies Open Pairs.
The event will be back tomorrow and wrap up on Wednesday (August 31)
To see the full results and fixtures of the competition as it unfolds click here.