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Minister Simon Harris with his daughter Saoirse and Boz Quinn, Owner of Bray Bowl.

Minister Simon Harris with his daughter Saoirse and Boz Quinn, Owner of Bray Bowl.

Randal and Sarah McAlister with their children Yumiko and Ciara McAlister.

Randal and Sarah McAlister with their children Yumiko and Ciara McAlister.

Sophia and Isabelle Eagney.

Sophia and Isabelle Eagney.

David and Freya Prendergast with their children Asa and Fern.

David and Freya Prendergast with their children Asa and Fern.

Tessa and Fia Cullen.

Tessa and Fia Cullen.

Denise and Lloyd Murphy with their children Ava and Shauna Murphy.

Denise and Lloyd Murphy with their children Ava and Shauna Murphy.

Millie Davis with Carol Quinn and Cara Martin Byrne.

Millie Davis with Carol Quinn and Cara Martin Byrne.

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Minister Simon Harris with his daughter Saoirse and Boz Quinn, Owner of Bray Bowl.

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BRAY BOWL revealed some of its newest features at a special relaunch event last Sunday, after being closed for a month for their transformation.

The event saw the unveiling of all-new lane pinsetters, seating, lighting and arcade games.

The team at East Coast FM Radio were on hand to provide the soundtrack as well as a four-hour live broadcast.

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There were also complimentary pizzas and coffee provided by the brand-new café and pizzeria called ‘Lane 13’, as well as free games of bowling and laser tag.

The relaunch was well attended and well received with guests young and old admiring the results of Bray Bowl’s four-week hiatus.

“It’s brilliant, the bowling lanes are a no-brainer compared to what we used to have,” said Bray Bowl’s Baz Quinn.

“The old lanes were problematic, so it’s fantastic, state of the art.

“You will see a huge difference, it’s bigger and better.”


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