Mayor battled it out in a bowling fundraiser for Muswellbrook High School

ROCK N BOWL: Muswellbrook mayor Martin Rush and rival Tim 'The Killer" Kane at the first Great Balls of Fire fundraiser. The current total raised is $870 out of a desired $1000. Picture: Tony McTaggart.
ROCK N BOWL: Muswellbrook mayor Martin Rush and rival Tim 'The Killer" Kane at the first Great Balls of Fire fundraiser. The current total raised is $870 out of a desired $1000. Picture: Tony McTaggart.

ONCE the competitors turned up, it was clear they were going to have a challenge on their hands.

A Ten Pin Bowling challenge that was no doubt entertaining for those watching on.

Event organiser Kevin Doherty enlisted the skills of Tim “The Killer” Kane to battle against Muswellbrook Shire mayor Martin Rush in a bowling challenge to raise funds for Muswellbrook High School.

The challenge was aiming to raise $1000 of the total $3000 required for  Datalogger Smart Q Sensor for the school’s Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) department.

Among the contributors was Edward Higgins Parkinson First National Real Estate, who donated $20 per strike.

After a neck and neck competition, Mr Kane took out the title with a three-strike ending. Those interested can still contribute by direct deposit to Muswellbrook High School P&C, Bank – Regional Australia Bank (Muswellbrook, BSB – 932-000, Account – 738874, Details – Datalogger.