THE Wolumla Football Club celebrated its end of season presentation night with a round of bowls on Saturday.
A horde of club members descended on the Candelo-Kameruka Bowling Club for an afternoon of fun and frivolity, playing barefoot bowls before a barbecue.
The club had a fun dress-up theme on the night of “I wish I was” with vampires, twins, wrestlers, Iron Man and a Navi from Avatar all making an appearance on the night.
Luke Adams was named the senior club person of the year, while Tegan Grant was named the club’s rookie of the year.
In the men’s division awards went to Dale Nixon, Tom Adams, Dusty Rogers and Matt O’Reilly along with plenty of other novelty awards handed out by coach Lee Kettle.
Kettle, Aiden Bailey, Ben Joyce, Daniel Kennedy and Jarrod Dewberry were awarded for their efforts in reserve grade.
In the ladies keeper Kathy Brisbane was named players’ player while Kirsty Whitby-McBeath, Lee Collimore and Amy Cullen all claimed a trophy on the night.
Following the presentations, club members enjoyed some “twilight” bowls and danced the night away to Garry Carson Jones and the Poddy Dodgers.