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Women’s Open Pairs Fi­nal, Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 15: Win­ners: Marinda and Rene – Mar­itzburg West. Run­ners- up: Heather and Gill – Col­le­gians. Satur­day and Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 21- 22: The Har­vard House Group league con­tin­ues while Spec­Savers Pro 10 Pairs will be played at var­i­ous venues. If any­one would like to play in this com­pe­ti­tion, con­tact Beryl at 083 708 9017 as there has been one with­drawal which can be filled.


Sun­day’s lucky draw of 5- 6- 9 saw no win­ners with a carry over of R220. Tues­day saw three full greens in the 2- 4- 2. Women’s win­ners: C. C and Zelda, Anne and Jean, and Jean and Emily. Men’s win­ners: Bobby and Suva, Nithia and Rod­ney, John and Vic, Gil and Alan, and Alan and Harry. Dat­cen­tre 2 teams for Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 21: E Agnew, J Al­lan, T An­der­s­son, D Bearpark, A Bond, G But­ler, D Carruthers, S Fin­cham, M Hat­tingh, G Hen­wood, D Mead­ows, P Muir­head, R Nefdt, A Peech, A Ram­say, B Rudling, Z Siebert, M Smuts, R v Rens­burg, J Squires, M v Rooyen and T Cad­man. Fix­tures: Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 21: 8.30 am – Dat­cen­tre 2 bowl trips 1.15 pm – League: 1st away at Creighton and 2nd at home v Hil­ton Sun­day, Fer­bru­ary 22: 8.30 am – Tabs in duty mem­ber G But­ler Spec­Savers Pro 10 Pairs Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 24: 1.30 pm – Spec­Savers X 2- 4- 2. Please ad­vise Rowan if you can’t play Wed­nes­day, Fe­bru­ary 25: 8.30 am – Tabs in mufti


Re­sults of club com­pe­ti­tion: Pairs: Win­ners: Bobby Naidu and Dharam Bridge­mo­hun. Run­ners- up: Rughs Harku and Bob Latch­manan. Fours: Win­ners: Bobby Naidu, Budgie Aniff, Dave Main­prize and Vis Pa­day­achee. Run­ners- up: Y. C. Mood­ley, Ran­jeeth Singh, Dharam Bridge­mo­hun and Doc Sewram. So­cial Bowls: Tabs in on Thurs­days ( sub­ject to club com­pe­ti­tion) Time: 8.30 am. Dress: Ca­sual with flat- soled shoes Bowls devel­op­ment: Skills prac­tice on Tues­days fol­lowed by tabs in af­ter tea.


At the AGM last Thurs­day Rob and Jean Tosen and Dave Trick­ett were elected to fill va­cated posts. Ron Buchel, the trea­surer has agreed to con­tinue in his post for a few months. Women’s and Men’s Sin­gles ti­tles went to Jean Pluke and Dave Stevenson re­spec­tively, both for the sec­ond year in a row. Doug and Gil­lian Robert­son also re­tained the Mixed Pairs tro­phy. Awards for the Most Im­proved Lady and Gen­tle­man bowler went to Margie Seale and Richard Lis­ter. Re­sults: Ar­ti­san’s Pizza and Pasta 2- 4- 2 tour­na­ment, Fri­day, Fe­bru­ary 13: Win­ners: Dave Gar­rard and Margie Seale. Other prize win­ners were John Pat­trick, Lorna Allen, Tony Bar­ring­ton, Ju­lia Stra­chen, Mike and Janet Fairhurst, Mike and Thelma Mylne. Satur­day, 14 Fe­bru­ary – Rock­afella’s Restau­rant meal voucher comp: Win­ners: John Pat­trick, An­gus Snow­den and Andy Hitch­cock. Run­ners- up: Tom Hart­ley, Margie Seale and Tony Bar­ring­ton. Neil Tain­ton and John Arnott won the Pairs com­pe­ti­tion.


Re­sults: 68 Mains monthly com­pe­ti­tion, Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 10: Win­ners: Nor­man Che­maly, Buzzy Bas­son and Pam Sim­son. Scot­tish Leader com­pe­ti­tion, Fri­day, Fe­bru­ary 13: Win­ners: Den­nis Lariv­iere, Soren Jonn­son and Buzzy Bas­son. Run­ners- up: Mike An­drew, Dave Beyers and Theo Botha. Third place: Rolf Gre­gor, Ian An­drews and Ian Forrest. Fix­tures: League, Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 21: Women are home to Mar­itzburg, Men’s Pre­mier are away to Mar­itzburg, First are home to Mar­itzburg West, and Third are away to Mooi River. Full league prac­tice is to­mor­row for all teams. So­cial Bowls: Ev­ery Tues­day morn­ing, tabs in by 8.15 am, and Thurs­day af­ter­noon, tabs in by 1.30 pm, both ca­sual. Satur­day af­ter­noon: tabs in by 1.30 pm, in white. Coach­ing is avail­able on Wed­nes­days at 2.30 pm. Con­tact Al­lan Dak­ers at 078 445 5417 or Den­nis Lariv­iere at 083 271 0100.


Re­sults: NIBA Women’s Pairs fi­nal, Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 15: Win­ners: Marinda and Rene of Mar­itzburg West. Run­ners- up: Heather and Gil­lian ( Col­le­gians) The draw for the Spec­Savers Pro 10 Pairs is up on the no­tice board at the club. Start time for Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 22 and March 1 is 8.30 am, re­port by 8.15 am at the lat­est. Both play­ers must wear match­ing colour cloth­ing. Tabs in days and times: To­day: Mixed or oth­er­wise Fours tour­na­ment. Satur­day: Mufti – Play starts at 1.30 pm de­pen­dent on the weather. Sun­day: Pro 10 Pairs at Lyn­wood – 2 greens be­ing used.


Wil­fie Brown and his team con­tinue to lead the Mag­nath­om­son- spon­sored Ed­die Telfer Fours with three rounds of this an­nual tour­na­ment left to play. Re­sults: Fri­day, Fe­bru­ary 13 ses­sion win­ners: Bob Rad­cliffe’s team skipped by Kevin Wil­liams. Women’s Bowls and Lunch takes place to­mor­row at 8 am for 8.30 am. Fix­tures: Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 28: Mar­riot- spon­sored Break­fast Pairs — at 8 am for 8.30 am. R800 meat prizes is up for grabs. Place your team on the no­tice board or con­tact Bruce Thomas at 073 186 2249. Wed­nes­day Mixed Fours, March 8 – at 8 am for 8.30 am. Tabs in on Tues­days and Thurs­days ( at 8 am for 8.30 am) is open to ev­ery­one – dress whites. Sun­day tabs in ( at 9.30 am) is open to ev­ery­one – dress mufti. Last Sun­day’s lucky draw chicken win­ners: Kevin Wil­liams, Chris van Vu­uren and Don Jou­bert. Les Cor­lett got the first touch Pres­i­dents free drink. March 13 – at 2.30 pm: Fri­day af­ter­noon so­cial bowls will re­sume.


Thurs­day, Fe­bru­ary 19 – tabs in by 1.30 pm: 2- 4- 2 Pairs for Chick­ens ( if more than 12 play­ers) – dress mufti. To­mor­row, Fri­day, Fe­bru­ary 20 – at 5.15 pm: Bat­tery Man Last Man stand­ing. R5 per per­son, with Bat­tery Man match­ing the prize money. To­mor­row, Fri­day, Fe­bru­ary 20 – at 6.45 pm: At­ten­dance draw: R300. Bring and braai. Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 21 – at 1.15 pm: NIBA League, Men’s and women’s teams and venues is on the no­tice board from Tues­day. Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 21 – at 1.30 pm: Mixed tabs in – vis­i­tors are wel­come. Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 22 – at 8.30 am: 1st round Spec­Savers Pro 10 Pairs. Fe­bru­ary 27: Pub supper fund raiser: Bunny chow ( beef) and bingo evening. Tick­ets are R50. Kids can or­der hot dogs for R10.


To­mor­row: Fri­day bowls – Fri­day morn­ing bowls ( mufti) con­tin­ues – tabs in by 8.30 am. Jerry and Rolly to wel­come. Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 21: Pre­mier league bowls play­ing Mar­itzburg West at home. So­cial bowls as usual – tabs in by 1.30 pm. Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 22: Spec­Savers Pro 10 Pairs com­pe­ti­tion – mark­ers re­quired. Wed­nes­day, Fe­bru­ary 25: Friendly bowls. Tabs- in by 1.30 pm ( mufti). Up­com­ing at­trac­tions: Busi­ness Bowls spon­sored com­pe­ti­tion, is on Fri­day March 5. Late en­tries to Ron or Roger at 082 805 3221 or 083 454 8355 re­spec­tively.


Half­way Toy­ota How­ick spon­sored bowls Wed­nes­day, Fe­bru­ary 11: Win­ners: Ber­nice Bur­den, Tim War­ing and Margie Holl. The Lawn­mower Shop, Gio­vi­sion and Green­dale Spar spon­sored bowls: Win­ners: Bar­bara Brook, Tim War­ing, Mar­i­anne van Wierin­gen and He­len Em­ber­ton. Forth­com­ing events: Wed­nes­day, Fe­bru­ary 25 spon­sored by J Les­lie Smith and The Health Nut March 7 and 8: Um­geni Wa­ter­fall will be host­ing a group of 55 tourists from the UK. Mem­bers of Hil­ton and How­ick Bowl­ing Clubs are in­vited to join our mem­bers on Sun­day to show the vis­i­tors true KZN hos­pi­tal­ity. Club du­ties next week: Tabs duty: Graeme Cameron, Margie Holl Re­fresh­ments: Brian El­li­son Tues­day tabs in: 8.15 am ( Ca­sual dress) Wed­nes­day and Satur­day: 1.45 pm ( Bowl­ing at­tire).


Satur­day, Fe­bru­ary 14, Valen­tine’s Fun: Win­ners: Jean Squires, Glory Reynold and Sonja Schulz. Hugo Hohls won the spi­der. Sun­day, Fe­bru­ary 22: Church youth and fam­i­lies wel­comed to the club. There will be a short ses­sion of in­tro­duc­tion, fol­lowed by a braai. There­after, some games will be played with the help of our club mem­bers. Please give us your sup­port. Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 24: Com­mit­tee meet­ing - at 5 pm. Fri­day, Fe­bru­ary 27: Twi­light devel­op­ment bowls, fol­lowed by a braai. Please con­tact Gina at 033 503 1811 or 082 454 1388 for free coach­ing.

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