Can PG Glass re­main un­be­a­ten? Or will Toyo­ta cau­se an up­set?

Graaff-Reinet Advertiser - - Sport -

The fi­nal round of the Tops @ S­par Sum­mer Bu­si­ness Le­a­gue will ta­ke pla­ce on T­hurs­day e­ve­ning on the greens of the Graaff-rei­net Bo­w­ling Club at 17:30 sharp, fol­lo­wed by a braai and pri­ze­gi­ving.

With PG Glass on eig­ht ga­me points and + 46 shots, the on­ly te­am that can "re­a­lis­ti­cal­ly" cau­se an up­set is the Toyo­ta si­de.

On 6 + 39, Toyo­ta has to be­at the lo­g­le­a­ders by four shots to claim the tit­le.

T­he­o­re­ti­cal­ly, the­re are fi­ve out­si­ders that can end first, na­me­ly A­ka­de­mie, Oc­tof­in, Huis Ey­bers, BKB and Po­li­sie.

W­hen the C­ho­sen T­rips was play­ed at the club on Sa­tur­day, 17 No­vem­ber, the La­dies com­pe­ti­ti­on en­ded all-s­qua­re be­t­ween the te­ams skip­ped by Son­ja Mat­thee and Ma­ren­da L­ück­hoff.

An in­cor­rect cal­cu­la­ti­on me­ant that the tit­le was in­ad­ver­tent­ly a­war­ded to te­am Mat­thee.

The con­trol­ling bo­dy a­po­lo­gi­ses for the er­ror and con­g­ra­tu­la­tes L­ück­hoff, Han­na­tjie W­hit­lock and Pam Neu­wei­ler on their win.

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