Stewart Cup competition sees plenty of bowls action

RAILWAY BOWLING CLUB STEWART CUP Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Bowling Club Stewart Cup
RAILWAY BOWLING CLUB STEWART CUP Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F22 Bowling Club Stewart Cup

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Blue skies and sunshine greeted competitors in the Railway Bowling Club’s Stewart Cup match on Saturday.

After a long day on the green, winners were William Thain and Alan MacDonald (right) with runners up Peter Black and Elizabeth Kennedy (right).

The trophy, which is one of the oldest pieces of silverware in the club, which dates back to when the green was in Fort William, was presented by vice president Eddie Downs (centre).

The trophy itself carries an inscription saying that whoever wins it over three successive years becomes its permanent custodian, although this does not seem to have happened over the several decades if has been played for.