After a recent washout, the zone 11 bowls open triples finals went ahead at Forster Bowling Club.
The final saw Robert Austin, Warren Cocksedge and Kym Wakefield from Leagues play Steve Swan, Dave Richardson and Steve Harris from Tuncurry Beach.
Kym Wakefield came in as a late replacement for Phil Lindfield, who was no longer available due to the postponement.
Steve Swan also stepped in as a substitute for Les Wilmott on the Tuncurry team.
Both teams took comfortable wins on their way to the decider.
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It was a match played in two halves.
The first half was close, with hardly a shot between the two teams.
After nine ends the teams were tied at 9-9, before Tuncurry went to 12-10 after 12 ends and Leagues bounced back to lead 13-12 after 14 ends.
It was anyone's game to win.
Then came the second half, where Tuncurry won eight ends straight and scored 14 shots in the process.
Of those eight ends, six of them were singles, so it wasn't as though Leagues weren't in the end, they just couldn't get the shot.
From leading 13-12, Leagues now found themselves trailing 13-26.
With three ends to go the lead was insurmountable.
Tuncurry ran out comfortable 26-14 winners.
Earlier, in the semifinals, Leagues overcame Shannon White's team from Forster.
Leagues hit the ground running and after nine ends had established a 12-2 lead.
They kept building on this, extending the lead to 21-8 after 16 ends.
The Forster team then staged a comeback to trail by just three shots with two ends to play.
But Leagues won both remaining ends to wrap up the first semi.
The second semi saw Tuncurry Beach coast to victory over Mark Boyd's Bulahdelah team.
Tuncurry raced out of the blocks to lead 13-0 after just eight ends.
Buladelah lifted their game after that, but were unable to make any inroads, with the final score being 26-13.
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