Husband and wife teams battle it out for Pairs title

Morvern MacLeod, centre, presented the Duncan Campbell Pairs trophy to Neil and Anne MacDougall in memory of her late father.

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It was an early start for Oban bowlers on Saturday as 20 teams converged on the green in a bid to lift the Duncan Campbell Pairs trophy.

Four pools of five teams played a round robin format consisting of four games of six ends with the winners of each pool progressing to the semi-finals.

Following some hard fought matches Sandy Carr and Kirsty Gargan, Fiona and Malcolm Scott, Anne Stewart and Marion Carr and Neil and Anne MacDougall all went through.

The final saw the Scotts and MacDougalls go head to head for the honours with the latter pair getting the better of the last two ends to take the title.

Morvern MacLeod, daughter of the late Duncan Campbell, presented the trophy to the winners.