WBC laud longstanding Panaga Club’s venue

|     Fadhil Yunus     |

THE Wisdom Bowls Club (WBC) hailed the good condition of Panaga Lawn Bowls Club Field in the Belait District after making a recent visit.

The local club said that the field is known to be one of the oldest which is still in existence in the country which still manage to maintain its authenticity and retain its beauty complete with lush beach surroundings serving as a backdrop.

To commemorate the visit, the WBC held a friendly against a mixed pair of Republic of Ireland’s Neil Lynch and Australia’s Damian Brady.

Johari Achee, the President of WBC, said that the purpose of the goodwill visit is to open roads towards establishing close ties in addition to creating a multi-national network.

“Cooperation between the two clubs will continue to be enhanced from time to time for the sake of the sport’s progress in the nation,” stated a WBC press release.

A WBC delegation led by Haji Md Taha Haji Md Tahir, Deputy President II was welcomed by Neil Lynch, the President of Panaga Lawn Bowls Club, who later provided a briefing about the club.

WBC has also succeeded in providing new experiences for its players through various initiatives such as competing in regional competitions.

Neil Lynch (4th from left) and Damian Brady with the WBC players in a group picture. - WBC
Neil Lynch (4th from left) and Damian Brady with the WBC players in a group picture. – WBC