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Browston boasts its own bowling golden girls quartet

PUBLISHED: 18:15 15 March 2017 | UPDATED: 18:15 15 March 2017

Browston's Paula Cleeter, Sally Webb, Pam Spooner and Shirley Lloyd toasting their success. Picture: Jon Carter.

Browston's Paula Cleeter, Sally Webb, Pam Spooner and Shirley Lloyd toasting their success. Picture: Jon Carter.

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Browston Hall Ladies now boast Golden Girls, the fours team who travelled to Norwich and won their National Fours match against Dereham 21-16. They now play Shotford in the next round on April 2.

Browston Hall Indoor Bowls Club members ready to do battle for the Matt Munro Trophy at Browston. Picture: Jon Carter.Browston Hall Indoor Bowls Club members ready to do battle for the Matt Munro Trophy at Browston. Picture: Jon Carter.

In the picture are Paula Cleeter, Sally Webb, Pam Spooner and Shirley Lloyd, toasting their success after their match.

Meanwhile players gathered together on Sunday, March 5 to pay their respects to Matthew Munro, a promising young bowler who sadly succumbed to cystic fibrosis in 2012.

A match was arranged between Norfolk and Suffolk to play for the trophy. The trophy was reclaimed by Norfolk 135-113. Irene Hughes, Matt’s mother, once again presented the cup.

Top rink for Norfolk was Shirley Lloyd, Sally Webb, Owen Smith and Sheila Bailey and for Suffolk, Mike Howell, Jan Moody, Nigel Lawson and Chris Howell.

An auction raised charity funds of £400.

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