Cowell bowls volunteers recognised

RECOGNITION: Beverley Stocker and Denise Rehn are presented service awards. Names in story.
RECOGNITION: Beverley Stocker and Denise Rehn are presented service awards. Names in story.

Cowell bowling identities Denise Rehn and Beverley Stocker were acknowledged by Bowls SA for services to the game recently.

Individually, both members have put in a mountain of work which has been recognised at state, association and club level as invaluable to the sport.

Rehn has been a long serving officiator of the game and gives up countless hours to ensure that matches played at all levels is done at a high level.

In addition, Rehn assists the area by delivering courses to train the next generation of officials and ensures that the education is of a standard that will see the game prosper.

Stocker's great work has been in the field of administration where serving as both association and club secretary she ensures that policies, communication and announcements are all delivered at a prompt and professional level.

The time spent attending meetings, recording minutes and relaying decisions is a thankless task that can often go under appreciated.

With this recognition Rehn is also a finalist for the Official of the Year award and Stocker is a finalist for the Administrator of the Year for the Bowls SA awards night, where the winners for each award will be announced on Friday, May 24 at Morphettville. 

Pictured are Cowell member Robert Udy, Administrator of the Year finalist Beverley Stocker, Cowell President Richie Baker, Official of the Year finalist Denise Rehn, Bowls SA CEO Mark Easton and Eastern Eyre President Rodney Haywood.