Pick n Pay Night Bowls – Round 3

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THE third round of the Pick n Pay Night Bowls com­pe­ti­tion got un­der­way on Fri­day evening in beau­ti­ful weather af­ter the rain of the pre­vi­ous two Fri­days where one was ac­tu­ally rained-out.

In Round two teams shared the “Per­former of the Night” prize be­cause of their same scores. Sec­tion A, DP En­gi­neer­ing and Sec­tion B, Pig and Whis­tle with their big wins of six points plus 21 shot profit. The swin­dle board raf­fle was won by Chris from Pig and Whis­tle team and the roll-over com­pe­ti­tion was won by Chris Roberts Con­struc­tion who they were not in at­ten­dance at the last two prize-giv­ing.

Round 3 prize-giv­ing started with the swin­dle board raf­fle be­ing drawn and CM He­u­nis won the bot­tle of whisky on a team ticket. Next the roll-over com­pe­ti­tion was drawn and the score for the four ends was “one” and, as hap­pens, there were four teams with a score of one for the night so the prize money rolls over to next round which makes the next rounds prize R120.

“Per­former of the Night” was handed out to the win­ners of the third round for their win of six points and shot profit of 13.

“Lions do a won­der­ful job of keep­ing the hunger pangs at bay with the sale of their fast foods from the pav­il­ion and the mu­sic belt­ing out over the greens,” event con­venor Mike Tom­lin­son said.

“There is no ban­ning on the Lions’ disc jockey, as with the St Ge­orge’s Park band who were ap­par­ently both­er­ing the um­pires [dur­ing the sec­ond test against Aus­tralia].

“The fourth round is sched­uled for Fri­day March 16, so see you all there and bring the fam­ily and friends along for a won­der­ful so­cial evening around the greens.”

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