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Updated September 5 2016 - 4:36pm, first published 8:31am

There was 22 participants, ten in A grade seven in B grade and five in the Ladies round robin. Michelle Goodlock went through undefeated with Kathy Whitehouse right behind running second. The grand final got underway, Michelle ran hot looking towards take out this year championship when Kathy came for behind to steal the victory 2-1. 

Men's B grade saw seven participants. Mitchell finishing first on top five wins. Chris Martin and Brady L'Estrange both finishing on four wins forcing a playoff second and third with Chris sealing second place. Michael Adams and Stephen Eldridge both fighting for the four spot Stephen edged Michael take the win. 

Semi final was between Chris and Brady, Mitchell and Stephen. Both games coming down to the deciding leg Chris edge out Brady 2-1, Mitchell 2-1 Stephen. 

The grand final, both players Mitchell and Chris went hard with Mitchell winning 3-2. A grade Double, with two boards of five with top four going through to final. 

Board one had last year’s winner Anthony Hatch trying reclaim his title. Hatchy coming out on top sheet followed behind Paul Rose second. John Laybutt finishing third, Patrick took final spot. Adam Harvey just missed out. Board two was last year runner up Greg L'Estrange who had a tough afternoon, scraping though in first place. Next three competitors came down to the last game to see where they slotted in. Paul Kennedy took second, Shannon Genge finishing third, Todd and Nichols taking last spot with Brendan just missing out. 

Quarter final: Anthony was up against Todd but Todd unfortunately had to leave on a family matter so Brendan step up to plate. Hatchy was too good, winning 4-0. Vic - Shannon went game for game with Shannon winning 4-3, Paul versus John with John taking win 4-3, Greg versus Patrick, Greg was winning 4-1. 

Semi finals:  Hatchy - Shannon, hatch taking win 4-0, Greg versus John, was close start with Greg coming home 4-2. 

Grandfinal: Last year’s winner Anthony hatch and runner up Greg L'Estrange where back to face off again. The first leg, Greg landing first win, the second leg Anthony took first win and the third leg Anthony taking second win. The fourth leg, Greg opening up with 160 start. Anthony replied with 140 start. Anthony wins he's third leg. In the fifth leg, Greg got his second win. The sixth leg, Anthony lead out with 160 start claiming he's fourth. The seventh leg, Greg lead out with 120 start. Anthony was not far behind with100 start, then back with two more 100s then edging close to the double when Greg landed 122. This put him on the double when Anthony seal the victory 5-2, claiming double start two years in a row.

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