East Cessnock hosts leg of charity fundraising lawn bowls record attempt

Charity bowler Ricky Holt is raising funds for cystic fibrosis and autism by bowling at 50 clubs in 50 days.

Charity bowler Ricky Holt is raising funds for cystic fibrosis and autism by bowling at 50 clubs in 50 days.

East Cessnock Bowling Club is hosting a leg of lawn bowler Ricky Holt’s Australian Book of Records attempt to bowl at 50 clubs over 50 days.

Holt will bowl at East Cessnock on Friday in a special day to help raise funds for cystis fibrosis and autism.

Bowls and charity fundraising at Holt’s two passions and Cessnock bowlers can join in the fun from 2.30pm.

To ensure he enters the record books, Holt will take on all-comers in pairs and singles formats.

Depending on numbers, Holt could be in for a long day. People wanting to take part are asked to make a $5 donation and can turn up in the day or enter before hand at the club.

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