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                   Commonwealth  Games Baton 

Melbourne 2006 Queen’s Baton Relay is the world’s longest, most inclusive relay, traveling more than 180,000 kilometres and visiting all 71 Nations of the Commonwealth in a year and one day.

BOWLS JERSEY AND THE BATON
  Jersey 2005

On 14th of April at 8.30am, a team of 12 bowlers comprising of 2 from each club and 2 from Bowls Jersey (selected by their clubs and Association), carried the Commonwealth Baton through the Millennium Park. The first two were Frank Hambly  and Alison Camacho from St Saviour, they passed it to Peter Horn and Margaret Osmont  from the Sun BC, who passed it to  Bill Larbalestier and Karina Bisson from St Brelade. They then passed it to  Chris Andrews and Brenda Foord from JBC, who passed it to David Villars and Betty Villars  from  Les Creux. They passed it to  the final pair Margaret .Le Sueur and Peter.Mavity from Bowls Jersey who carried it to  Les Creux Bowls Club where photos were taken. The baton was then taken to La Moye School where Karina Bisson handed it to the Constable of  St Brelade.

Officials and Baton relay team 

Baton Relay Team

St Brelade  BC 

 Sun BC

 Les Creux BC

       St Saviour  BC 

    Jersey Bowling Club    

Alison & Karina

 Lawrence De Gruchy &   Pat Henwood

  Alan Cadoret   & Carol Rudderham   

David & Elizabeth Humpleby

Peter Horn passing Baton to Bill Larbalestier

  Karina Bisson passing Baton to Betty Villars

 David Villars passing Baton to Brenda Foord  

Chris Andrews passing Baton to Margaret Le Sueur

Peter Mavity carrying Baton to Les Creux BC

 Bill Larbalestier carrying Baton To La Moye School

Karina Bisson hands over Baton to St Brelade Connetable Max De La Haye at La Moye School