Club Tweed’s nonagenarians surrounded by their friends

Club Tweed celebrates its nonagenarians

by bqmedia

Club Tweed celebrated its bowlers in their 90s last month, with 27 out of 34 of age 90-plus bowling members in attendance. After morning tea, Club Tweed’s Chairman, Leigh Tynan, addressed the room of over 90 bowlers.

Leigh commended the bowlers’ achievements, as most are still full bowling members who play social bowls or in Club Tweed’s over 90s singles championship.

The self-proclaimed “oldest of the oldies” Rex Dell, who was born in 1923 (99 years old) extended his thanks on behalf of the over 90’s crew. Club Tweed’s Board and Management applaud the over 90s for their health and continued membership at Club Tweed.

Bowls is a sport for all ages, walks of life, gender and disabilities. This group is a prime example that bowls is a sport for life and some could say it is the key to longevity.

Contributed by Emma Boyd