Multi dis wraps up

by admin on August 30, 2017

Beautiful weather blessed Chermside Bowls Club for the final day of this year’s Multi Disability State Championships. In the QBBA Vision Impaired pairs competition, the gold medal playoff came down to Aspley’s Wayne McDonald and Jake Fehlberg (Burleigh Heads) against the pairing of Bryan Forster (Enoggera) and Lynne Seymour (Thuringowa City).

The well-oiled machine of McDonald and Fehlberg were able to come up trumps winning the final 19-11 and hand Froster and Seymour the silver.

In the bronze medal playoff, Don Dias (Enoggera) and Bill O’Rourke (Tin Can Bay) were able to come away with a bronze medal for their efforts after they defeated Marian Morrison (Aspley) & Joy Forster (Chermside).

In the Sporting Wheelies Women’s Singles competition Edge Hill’s Kaytlyn Smith pulled off a 21-16 win to secure the title over second placed Louise Hoskins (Sth. Johnstone) while Deb McGarry (Burrum Heads) was able to beat Serena Bonnell (Burleigh Heads) to take bronze.

It was a great first outing for Tweed Heads’ Damian Delgado at this year’s Multi-Dis, Delgado was able to defeat Anthony Bonnell (Burleigh Heads) in an incredibly close final match which saw the comp debutant able to just get over the line and win his first title 21-20.

The bronze medal went to North Ipswich’s Don Currie who was able to defeat Andrew Reed and claim third place honours in the Men’s Sporting Wheelies Singles.

Chalking up his second gold medal of the event Glasshouse’s Phillip Siggers teamed up with Darren Davis (Diggers Memorial) to beat Durak Inala’s Ian Smith and Brian Hampson (Jindalee) 15-14 in the Life Stream Open Pairs, while John Stuart (Holland Park) and Krystie Ebert (McKenzie Park) collected bronze.

While in the Hard of Hearing Pairs Victoria Point’s John Price & Robyne Riddle took out the title leaving silver for Sandgate’s Stuart Orr & Gordon Heselwood, while Mooloolaba’s Gail Dellar and Logan City’s Brian Taylor picked up the bronze medal.

Winners of the 2017 Multi Disability State Championships:

QBBA Vision Impaired Pairs
Gold – Wayne McDonald & Jake Fehlberg
Silver – Bryan Forster & Lynne Seymour
Bronze – Don Dias & Bill O’Rourke

Sporting Wheelies – Women’s Singles
Gold – Kaytlyn Smith
Silver – Louise Hoskins
Bronze – Deb McGarry

Sporting Wheelies – Men’s Singles
Gold – Damien Delgado
Silver – Anthony Bonnell
Bronze – Don Currie

Life Stream Pairs
Gold – Darren Davis & Philip Siggers
Silver – John Stuart & Krystie Ebert
Bronze – Ian Smith & Brian Hampson

Hard of Hearing Pairs
Gold –  John Price & Robyne Riddle
Silver – Stuart Orr & Gordon Heselwood
Bronze – Gail Dellar & Brian Taylor

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.