Doreen Prout loves her club and is looking forward to a fun summer ahead.
The Lawn Tennis Green division one midweek pennant skipper said there was a host of events coming up.
"She's a great little club," Prout said.
"We're a small club, we'd like to extend.
"There's a good social side of it, a very good social side of the club."
Prout's team fell 77-46 to finals-contender City Memorial Gold at City Memorial Bowls Club on Tuesday.
The skipper said the club's summer calendar included the Corporate Cup and summer holiday bowls in January.
"At the end of December and in January, the campers come down and enjoy the bowling and we put on barbecues for them," she said.
"We have a great cake stall in January."
The long-time bowler said the club had managed to get some new members on board this pennant.
"Yes a couple of new members have come in from other clubs and we do have a couple of brand new players, so that's good too," she said.
Prout said it was important to provide support to a team as skipper.
"It's about encouragement, it's no good growling," she said.
"That doesn't get you anywhere with them (her team)."
"Definitely encourage them because we all started at the bottom somewhere."
Prout has lived in Warrnambool for 50 years.
"I grew up around Garvoc area and went to Terang High School," she said.
Prout, who has played for Lawn Tennis since 2012, used to play for St John's Bowling Club until it folded.
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