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ROLLERBOWL
Sat 16th Nov 2013 to Sun 17th Nov 2013
organised by Highland Scotland

Car Count : 7
 
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ROLLERBOWL INVERNESS
The Hi-5s Social with a spin!


Saturday 16th Novemberber 2013
Eating at 1900hrs and bowling at 2000hrs

The nights are drawing in - as are the days so we've decided our November "run" should take the form of a social night in the warmth of ROLLERBOWL, Inverness.

We had our first outing here earlier this year and we had a "ball"!  So much so that Doug is really keen to demonstrate his reverse flip shot again!

We've just spoken to Shaun - yes, that's the guy who scored a perfect 300, pretty impressive stuff.  He tells us that a bar supper plus two games is going to cost a mere 16 per head - not bad for a night out!

We can fit a maximum of 6 people on a lane so we've provisionally booked 2 lanes - 12 peeps.

Hopefully we will get more than that coming so please get your names down early as we may well have to book another lane or two.  The more the merrier.

FAB





Attending so far: 7 CARs

02 - Brian & Frankie
03 - Ralph
04 - Phil
05 - Wendy
07 - Jimmy & Jill
09 - Andy & Dorothy
11 - The Als


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17th Nov 2013 09:18 :: wendy
Hi guys what a great night at the Roller Bowl really enjoyed it, and the company, nice to see Al back home with us. and plus sorry to hear about Treeny get well soon wendy

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