State Multi Disability Championships – Day 2

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Day Two of the 2017 State Multi Disability Championships saw five of the 10 titles played for in the finals. Day two of the 2017 State Multi-Disability Championships at Chermside Bowls Club (August 27 – 30) was the deciding day for half of the 10 state titles up for grabs in the competition.
 
In the Life Stream Open Singles Phillip Siggers (Glasshouse) defended his title in a tough final against veteran muti-dis player Brian Hampson, the decider was closely fought but Siggers came out on top.
 
Thuringowa City’s Lynne Seymour pulled off her fifth straight singles title win in the QBBA Vision Impaired Women’s Singles after defeating silver medalist Marion Morrison (Aspley), Seymour has yet to have lost this event since first entering the competition in 2013.
 
In the Men’s Vision Impaired competition John Vance (Mt Tamborine) picked up a gold for his efforts against defending champ Jake Fehlberg in the final.
 
In the Hard of Hearing Open Singles Brian Taylor (Logan City) collected a gold after he defeated Victoria Point’s John Price.
 
The Sporting Wheelies Pairs title went to the husband and wife combo of Anthony and Serena Bonnell (Burleigh Heads), they claimed their gold medals after beating the Tweed Heads combo of Richard Rombouts & Damien Delgado in the final.
 
Day Two’s finals results:
 
Life Stream Open Singles:
Gold – Phillip Siggers
Silver –  Brian Hampson
Bronze – John Stuart
 
QBBA Vision Impaired Women’s Singles:
Gold – Lynne Seymour
Silver – Marian Morrison
Bronze – Joy Forster
 
QBBA Vision Impaired Men’s Singles:
Gold –  John Vance
Silver – Jake Fehlberg
Bronze  – Bill O’Rourke
 
Hard of Hearing Singles:
Gold – Brian Taylor
Silver- John Price
Bronze – Gordon Heselwood
 
Sporting Wheelies Pairs:
Gold – Serena Bonnell & Anthony Bonnell
Silver –  Richard Rombouts & Damien Delgado
Bronze – Bernie Wolland & Brett Sellars

To see the full results and competition draw click here.