Kurt Empen and Greg King at Stanthorpe Twilight Triples bowls on Wednesday, February 8.
Kurt Empen and Greg King at Stanthorpe Twilight Triples bowls on Wednesday, February 8. Liana Turner

Twilight triples back at the bowls club

Twilight bowls has returned for another round at Stanthorpe Bowls Club.

President Justin Liddy said last Wednesday the games were rained out after a short time, but they hoped for a good turnout this week.

"We had a short session again, unfortunately,” he said.

"It came down fairly heavily and they got a bit wet.”

Last Wednesday marked the second week back for Twilight Triples.

Liddy encouraged anyone to come along and give it a try, regardless of bowls experience.

"The more, the merrier,” he said.

He said they had a capacity for up to 42 players, and could even spill onto the other green if necessary.

"We'll take anybody,” Liddy said.

"We've got bowls that suit kids and they can have bit of a muck around, while the parents have a more serious game.”

But he reaffirmed this form of bowls was mostly for fun.

"It's all there for the fun,” he said.

Players gather at 5.30pm for a barbecue and 6pm start each Wednesday. More info: contact Justin Liddy on 0409 447 422.

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