Bowling honour for Megan

LAST month, Ballycastle Bowling Club celebrated a special occasion in the life of the Club.

Monday, 16th August 2010, 9:28 am
Updated Monday, 16th August 2010, 9:32 am

Megan Morrow, a member of the Ballycastle Ladies Bowling Club for the past two years, was selected to represent Ireland in the Irish Women's Bowling Association, U25 Junior International Series held in Worthing from 24th-27th of July.

Megan, 12, who lives in Ballycastle, is the daughter of Teresa and Fred Morrow and a pupil in Dominican College, Portstewart.

Megan is a very popular member of the Ballycastle Club and practises regularly with her father who is a member of the men's Club. Megan has been practising regularly with the Irish U25 Ladies Team both Indoors and Outdoors for the past 16 months and has gained much valued experience.

This is a tremendous achievement for Megan and of course the Members of Ballycastle Bowling Club are thrilled with her success. Officials from both the Ladies and Men's Bowling Clubs presented Megan with gifts to assist with her travelling expenses.

She can be assured of the Club’s best wishes for a very successful International Series and hopefully this is the first step on the pathway to a future in International bowls.