Players from The Summit Bowls Club will travel to Toowoomba for the Zone Championships.
Players from The Summit Bowls Club will travel to Toowoomba for the Zone Championships. Photo Contributed

Pennant team prepares for comp

BOWLS: Members of The Summit Bowls Club will be taking a short trip to represent their club at the 2016 Pennant Championships.

Twelve men will make the trip to Toowoomba on Sunday, October 9, to compete, after winning a recent club competition, said president Rob Parker.

"They won the A-grade pennant here and now they're off to represent us in Toowoomba on the ninth," he said.

The team is off to compete against three other teams in the zone finals.

"It'll be against Maranoa, Condamine and Roma," Parker said.

"There are 12 teams of four sides, so 48 players from four zones."

If The Summit team wins this competition, they will travel to the next round, which will be held in Brisbane or on the Coast.

The Summit Bowls Club has also begun preparations for its annual Apple Blossom Carnival.

The Carnival will take place at The Summit clubhouse on Saturday and Sunday, October 29 and 30.

The carnival consists of pairs on the Saturday and fours on the Sunday.

This year, Parker is hoping to surpass the 17 teams that entered last year's carnival.

"I'm hoping to get 26 teams," he said.

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