PHOTOS: Ballina bowlo buzzes as elite players roll up
UPDATE, 4.10pm: FORMER champion Aaron Teys and Alstonville bowler Peter Taylor have made it through to post sectional play at the Summerland Singles.
Both won all three games and were joined by the likes of Adam Liddell, Terry McFadden, Kobi Barton and Jayden Christie.
Some sections are yet to be decided with bowlers still playing their third game of the day.
Another 32 bowlers will play tomorrow with the finals on Saturday.
Defending champion Ben Twist will play tomorrow along with Australian rep Corey Wedlock.
Original story: THE 59th annual Summerland Singles is off and rolling at the Cherry Street Sports Club, Ballina.
Thirty two bowlers are currently out on the greens including Ballina product and current Australian rep Aaron Teys.
Cherry Street Sports club general manager Tere Sheehan welcomed the bowlers.
"We've pulled the field back so it's more of an elite tournament and the next few days are huge for us," Sheehan said.
"We get a full house and trying to find seats for everyone is a good problem to have."
Alstonville bowler Peter Taylor continued his recent run of form with a convincing 21-9 win over Les Rootsey in his first game.
Chris Herdern was also a big winner in a 21-4 win over Warren Nugent while Ballina bowler Luke Jones had a 21-18 win over Justin Weir.
Most bowlers have just started their second game.
Updates on Jones, Taylor and other bowlers throughout the day.