Glenbrook Bowling Club reveals new-look strip

Glenbrook’s pre-Pennant Shoot-out event participants.
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The greens of the Glenbrook Bowling Club will have a new look about them this coming Pennant Season and beyond.

After many years in a predominantly blue strip, the club has made a change to more closely align its colours with those of its parent club, the Panthers.

Accordingly, the shorts, pants and skirts are now black with an offsetting grey top, each with coloured stripes that match the Panthers strip. In a nod to tradition the Bowling Club’s logo depicting the nearby iconic Lennox Bridge remains.

The new strip was launched at the club’s annual pre-Pennant Shoot-out event on February 17, with over 70 bowlers participating.

Di Laugier, Tom Pfeiffer, Bayley Dalton, Dan Walker (McGrath Real Estate), Sebastian Jeffrey, Kathy Borich (Manager, Glenbrook Panthers) and Chris Hall.

This project was the culmination of a respectful collaboration between the two clubs, along with support from other key sponsors, McGrath Real Estate (shirt sponsor), Chapman Real Estate (shorts/pants sponsor) and Coffey Engineering Group (sleeve sponsor).

The bowling club’s marketing manager, Mark McLean, was instrumental in the process.

“It was time to get on board with the parent club and it is very pleasing to see the final product,” McLean said.

“With the help of our wonderful sponsors we were able to provide the full uniform to all our bowling members free of charge.”

The new uniforms have been revealed.

Lawn bowls is suited to all ages, boys and girls, men and women and the club is always welcoming of new bowlers. There are ladies, mens and mixed social days throughout the week and a junior development program.

A great way to start is just to come down and book in to play bare foot bowls with your mates or family.

Contact the club for details, or Mark on 0421 198 720.

Troy Dodds

Troy Dodds is the Weekender's Managing Editor and Breaking News Reporter. He has more than 20 years experience as a journalist, working with some of Australia's leading media organisations. In 2023, he was named Editor of the Year at the Mumbrella Publish Awards.

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