Graeme Rossiter skips Tumut team to victory at Holbrook's annual Trevor Craig memorial triples tournament

SO CLOSE: Duane Crow's Holbrook team finished second on the weekend.

SO CLOSE: Duane Crow's Holbrook team finished second on the weekend.

A team of bowlers from Tumut won the annual Trevor Craig memorial triples tournament at Holbrook on the weekend.

The two-day event was claimed by Graeme Rossiter, his son Jarrad and Barry Stitt, who snared the $1500 first prize pool.

The Tumut trio won all six of their matches with a margin of 71 shots to hold off the home team of Duane Crow, Gavin Jones and Peter Wornes, who claimed six wins plus 48 shots.

In third place, with five wins plus 59 shots was North Albury's Stephen Broad, Alan Ross and Norm Honey.

Rounding out the prize winners was the Culcairn team of Jim Lee, Brian Watson and Daryl Lawson in fourth place, ahead of Batlow's Adam Peel, Richard Sedgwick and Ron Rhynhart.

"It was an excellent tournament and there were plenty of good teams," organiser Peter Wornes said.

"There were only two teams to finish on six wins which showed how even it was."

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