Back to back gold
Clive Williams and Diana Reddick double up on their gold medal tally at this year’s State Multi-Disability Championships. (Pictured left: Bowls Queensland Chairman Peter Williamson giving Diana Reddick her second gold medal in this year’s competition.)
Two competitors at this year’s Annual State State Multi-Disability Championships (August 28 – 31) managed to take home two Gold medals each from the competition.
The impressive feat was pulled of by Clive Williams and Diana Reddick at the event held at Chermside, Clive says he was pleased with his success this year.
Clive won the Sporting Wheelies Pairs event with his playing partner David Weir and followed up with a win in the singles event narrowly beating Shane Kerr in the overall leader-board by a margin of three to win another gold.
“It’s been good this year, I was pleased with the way I have played except for the fact we were dead last after the first round,” Williams said.
Meanwhile Diana who won gold on day two in the Hearing Impaired Singles, teamed up with Barry Greentree to push on to a comfortable win in the pairs event with a margin of 15, bringing her total to two in this year’s competition.
The last day of the event also saw John Stuart and Samantha O’Dea team up to grab themselves a gold medal each in the Life Stream Pairs draw.
In the Hearing Impaired Singles was won by Barry Lynne who dominated the field winning every game putting himself ahead of silver medal winner Barry Greentree by a margin of 49.
Serena Bonnell also collected a gold after her efforts in the Sporting Wheelies Ladies Singles draw, winning all four of her games.
Christine Henry and Jake Fehlberg managed to defeat Wayne McDonald and John Vance in the Queensland Blind Bowlers Association open pairs event to win themselves a gold medal each.
To see the full results and fixtures of the competition of the games click here.