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News Team Henselite Team Henselite success so far at Australian Open
February 16, 2010

As Australian Open week builds towards an exciting finish, Henselite bowls are once again proving that they are the choice of champions.

With the business end of each section now approaching, many of Australia’s best bowlers and members of Team Henselite are still in the running to take out all titles.

In the men’s Singles Australian squad members Anthony Kiepe and Lee Schraner are among those going into today’s round of 32, along with Victoria Barrie Lester, New Zealand ace Ali Forsyth and South Australia’s Scott Taylor.

It’s quarter finals day in the women’s singles with National Junior Champion Carly Griffiths of QLD hoping to use her Alphas all the way to the final. State compatriot Lyn Cuthbertson will also be hoping to make it all the way to Saturday’s final.

In the Men’s pairs, Victorian dream-team Lee Schraner and Neville Rodda have been performing consistently well with their Dreamlines and will need to keep up their good form with the likes of Australian Squad member Mark Jacobsen, QLD state player Sean Baker  and Warilla young gun Jesse Noronha still in the hunt.

Earlier in the week comeback queen, Kate Carriage (ACT), provided one of the best stories of the Open so far reaching the semi-finals of the pairs and the triples after a 12 year break from the sport. She will be hoping to use her ABT-evo bowls all the way to the title.

Victorian State Player Nick McIntyre provided one of the upsets of the tournament with his triples combination overcoming a team of Australian Squad players to advance to the next round.

With so many talented players still in the mix and $125,000 to play for, it promises to be an exciting few days of bowls!
 

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Team Henselite success so far at Australian Open