New Ditch Rubbers Installed

Bowlers at Club Kawana can continue to roll-up knowing their bowls are protected and the lifetime of their bowling green extended thanks to the local Sunshine Coast Council Grants Program. The local Sunshine Coast bowls club has been proudly supported by Sunshine Coast Council’s grants program, which allowed the Club to install new ditch rubbers to one of their bowling greens.


President of Club Kawana, Barry Wolgast said the funds from the local Sunshine Coast Council’s Grants program was very timely, “The club’s greens were desperately in need of replacement ditch rubbers, as these are integral part of protecting participants bowls”.

Proudly supported by the Sunshine Coast Council’s Grant Program, the Club was awarded with funding to purchase these new strips of rubber. Which both protect bowls and extend the lifetime of the concrete ditch edging.

“Thanks to the generous support of the Council, we can continue to play bowls on this green without fear of damage to both bowls and the bowling green.” Mr. Wolgast added. “It also ensures we have quality-green that is capable of hosting competitive bowls tournaments attracting interstate players.”

Club Kawana currently has around 500 registered bowling members with 18,000 social members and guests visiting the venue throughout the year.

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