Senior citizens from across the Wiregrass competed in a Wii Bowling Tournament.
Players from Ozark, Geneva, New Brockton and Eufaula gathered at Rose Hill Senior Center in Dothan to play.
The Wii consoles, equipment and television we donated to the center by the Alabama Sport's Festival.
Their goal is for seniors to have fun and exercise at the same time
"It is much better sitting around and watching T.V. and playing cards because it is some physicial exercise there and the compeition is always good for us, it keeps us young," said Amber Horath of Wii Pros at Rose Hill.
Players are competing for trophies and the title of champion.
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