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Saints set to step out in APL

The third Mandurah APL is set to kick off this weekend with 32 teams in the hunt for a place at the Bowls Premier League to be played at Club Pine Rivers in November.

This year, Ossie Park will be represented by some of the clubs youngest bowlers with club stalwart John Goddard handing over the reins to his younger protégés. Cody Packer, Lewis Grigg, Hailey Adams and Patrick Quinlan will take up the challenge to try and take out the Mandurah Cup.

Play at the APL mimics the Bowls Premier League format seen on TV over recent years with three bowl pairs, power plays and substitutions all making for an exciting way to play. Its great for the spectators too with sets play and time limits meaning the games are fast paced and sure to draw a "specky" shot or two.

The action kicks off Saturday morning with Ossie Park taking on the BWA Inclusive practices side first up. With Mandurah so close, and it being a fantastic place to visit, why not get down and see some great bowls action.

More information about the teams and the draw is available on the Bowls WA website by clicking here.

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