Players compete in capital
It has been a quiet week for the Hinuera Bowling Club compared to the past 10 weeks.
The club had three players representing Waikato in the National Intercentre in Wellington.
Bev Corbett and Debbie White were part of the ladies team which made it through to the semi finals.
Paul Casey Jnr was in the men’s team which qualified but went out in the quarter final.
Last Thursday the club hosted its final open tournament for the season with the Joanne Prevett Travel/Broadway Funeral Home/ FMG sponsored optional triples.
The winning team was skipped by Jim Savage from Tokoroa and runner up was the Hinuera group of Kevin Smith, Paul Casey Snr and Fay Settle.
Last weekend the Waikato Centre had the Champion of Champion singles and pairs being held.
The club had Stu Settle and Bev Corbett in the Singles.
For Bev it was a tough draw and after taking two big scalps earlier in the day she couldn’t carry the momentum through the semi final and was knocked out.
For Stu it was a clean sweep through to the final in which he will play Jim Savage from Tokoroa.
In the pairs competition Bev Corbett and Debbie White have got through to the final and will face off against Rewa.
In the men’s, Stu Settle and Bruce Milne, like the girls, have won their way through to the final and will play Rewa.
All finals will be played at Te Kuiti on April 29.