COREY Townley was crowned champion of the 2015 Judy Cloak Memorial ten pin bowling tournament, beating a field of 12.
Each bowler needed to complete seven games, playing for points against the other bowlers on their pair of lanes.
While many were competing for the first time in the tournament, all bowled ably to finish better than their entry averages.
Corey, Tyson Key and Douglas Jorgenson started strong to score 10 points each after three games.
Tyson and Corey continued to battle for first place and with one game to go they were again even on 20 points.
Both struggled in their final matches on their respective lane, however Corey managed to gain two points whereas Tyson could only manage one, leaving Corey the tournament winner.
Harmonee Jorgenson finished in third.
High handicap games for the day were: Josh Smith 249, Jayden Mills 230, Tyson 271, Douglas 255, Corey 233 and Harmonee 236.