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November 26, 2003

Hayward, Holland association's best

From: Orange Central Western Daily, Australia - Nov 26, 2003

ORANGE bowlers were rewarded on the weekend at the Orange Tenpin Bowling Association presentation night and annual general meeting.
Deaf bowler David Hayward was awarded the male bowler of the year having won gold medals at the Australian Deaf Championships in the men's singles, double and teams and finished fourth in the masters event.
At the National Deaf Championships Hayward won the masters event and also bowled the men's best overall average.
At the New Zealand Deaf Championships Hayward won the men's doubles with Colin Williams (NZ) and was sixth in the triples, eighth in the singles and third on handicap in the men's masters.
Visually impaired bowler Donna Holland was awarded the female bowler of the year having bowled as part of the NSW team in the inaugural Australian Blind Tenpin Bowling Championships this year.
At the Macarthur Disabled Tenpin Bowling Association regional championships Holland won a gold medal in the A grade teams, silver in the all events and bronze in the singles.
Caitlin Hanley was named the junior female bowler of the year and Bathurst's Lewis Brooks the junior male.
The junior male high game of the year went to Trent Rosser who bowled a 276, the junior female high of 244 was bowled by Belinda Irwin.
Bruce Clements and Jason Belmonte both bowled perfect 300 games to take out the men's high game award and Tenielle Smith bowled the women's high game of 268.
Jason Brown was recognised for his contribution to junior bowlers and Colleen Wells was awarded for her contribution to disabled bowlers.

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