Hancock Rewarded for Persistance

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Canberra player Julie Hancock was having the week from hell!  Her car was broken into, her bowls and bowls gear stolen and on top of that, she had the worst kind of toothache.  How did she react?  She played her way to a berth in the National Champions of Champions event being held at Coolum Beach, Qld 16th to 18th September this year; that’s how! 
In a competition depleted in number by players being unavailable, and others forfeiting, Julie and Weston Creek junior, Jessica Hogan battled it out for supremacy.   Although clearly at the top of her game in recent weeks, Jess was unable to get the shots she needed to break Julies winning streak.  Final score was 25 (27) – 19 to Julie.

  Canberra player Julie Hancock was having the week from hell!  Her car was broken into, her bowls and bowls gear stolen and on top of that, she had the worst kind of toothache.  How did she react?  She played her way to a berth in the National Champions of Champions event being held at Coolum Beach, Qld 16th to 18th September this year; that’s how! 
In a competition depleted in number by players being unavailable, and others forfeiting, Julie and Weston Creek junior, Jessica Hogan battled it out for supremacy.   Although clearly at the top of her game in recent weeks, Jess was unable to get the shots she needed to break Julies winning streak.  Final score was 25 (27) – 19 to Julie.