‘Addictive’ Jack Attack gets the thumbs up at Aspley
Aspley Memorial is the latest bowls club to enjoy success from Bowls Australia’s (BA) social program Jack Attack.
The club commenced its first Jack Attack program in several years on September 28, with 16 teams taking part.
The club has teams from ranging from the neighbouring Hornets AFL club the local Aveo Lifestyle Village, club sponsors and members with their family.
Club organiser Karen Robison has done an amazing job to source all of the competitors for the program, with rave reviews already coming in.
“I can’t wait for next week, it was nothing like I thought it would be, it was great fun,” one participant said.
“I can see how this would become addictive,” said another.
To get involved with Jack Attack or to learn more, click here.
Contribution by Micheal Sorrensen – Regional Bowls Manager (South East Queensland)
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