Rewa hosts interclub competition
Over the weekend, clubs from across the whole Waikato Region competed in the 2nd and 3rd days play of the Waikato Interclub.
Clubs may enter teams in the Premier Men’s Division 1 or 2; Premier Women’s and the Mixed 5s.
The Premier teams consist of 7 players who play Singles; Pairs or Fours, and the Mixed 5s play Pairs and Triples.
Three points are awarded for a win and one for a draw. The draw and allocation of venues take place at Waikato, and are sent out to the Clubs.
On Saturday the Premier Women played at Rewa. The weather was sunny but breezy and the rain managed away.
The ladies weren’t so lucky last weekend as the first days play had to be cancelled due to the rain. This means that the Premier Women may not complete their play until December 10.
Also, one team had pulled out prior to the start of the Interclub leaving the Women’s Clubs with a bye. All eyes will be on the results to see who could be in the running to win overall.
On Sunday, the Premier Men Division 2 had their 3rd days play at Rewa. After the 1st days play, the team in contention for Division 1 were Hinuera – ahead by 6 points; Division 2: Rewa; Hinuera; Te Kuiti and Hillcrest; Mixed 5’s: Raglan; Te Kuiti and Arapuni. to stay
Rewa’s Jocelyn Hart in a pairs match with Central’s Glenys Cater, during the Waikato Interclub Bowls tournament held at the Rewa Bowling Club.