Play­ers com­pete in cap­i­tal

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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.

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