Rewa hosts in­ter­club com­pe­ti­tion

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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.

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