Rosehearty opens for the season, win for Broch Rotary

The Fraserburgh Rotary Club are presented their trophy by Fraserburgh Club president Anne Brodie-Allan.
The Fraserburgh Rotary Club are presented their trophy by Fraserburgh Club president Anne Brodie-Allan.

On Saturday, April 26, Rosehearty Bowling Club opened for the outdoor season.

Vice- President, Harry Pittam, welcomed returning and new members and asked the clubs oldest male member, Sandy Mutch to open the green by throwing the first jack and the clubs youngest female member, June Thomson, to throw the first bowl.

Fun games are played on a Tuesday and Thursday at 2pm and on a Wednesday and Friday at 7pm.

Anyone interested in giving the sport a try is encouraged to come along to the club where they will be made most welcome. Current members range from the age of 18 to 90, so no one is too young or too old.

Elsewhere, the annual Rotary Bowls match between the Rotary Clubs of Fraserburgh and Peterhead took place.

Fraserburgh, again, proved to be winners. A great evening of fun and fellowship was said to be enjoyed by all, however.

Please submit your club’s bowls reports this season to news@fraserburghherald.com for inclusion.