Bowls tourney a success

2009-02-12 00:00

The mini district tournament that was played last weekend at the Margate and The Village bowling clubs was a great success with very good bowls being played in hot and windy conditions.


Men, A side: Port Natal, Kingfisher, Natal Inland and KwaZulu-Natal Country.

Men, B side: KZN Country, Natal Inland, Port Natal and Kingfisher.

Men, seniors: Port Natal, Natal Inland, Kingfisher and KZN Country.

Women, A side: Port Natal, KZN Country, Kingfisher and Natal Inland.

Women, B side: Port Natal, KZN Country, Kingfisher and Natal Inland.

Women, seniors: Port Natal, Kingfisher, KZN Country and Natal Inland.

The Warwick Bowls South Africa Masters Singles Championship will be played at the Wingate Park Bowling Club in Pretoria this weekend. Play starts tomorrow and continues through until Sunday. Natal Inland will be represented by Sean Lightfoot and Bradley Robinson in the U25 junior masters, while Jean Squires will be playing in the senior masters.

Bowls SA has received numerous requests from various parties regarding the use of “Crocs” footwear. It is the policy of Bowls SA, and also that of Natal Inland, that this footwear is not acceptable on the greens. This applies to all players, markers and officials.

The Natal Inland men’s and women’s district fours start on February 21 at venues in and around Pietermaritzburg. Play will be on a sectional basis until the play-offs start on March 1 at the Maritzburg West Bowling Club. Players are reminded that play starts at 1.30 pm and 9 am.

All Inland clubs wishing to apply for their greens and facilities to be used during the Specsavers KwaZulu women’s bowls tournament from May 16 to May 24, are reminded that they are required to complete the questionnaire and return it by no later than February 27.

Both the men’s and women’s Inland inter-district teams will be having a compulsory practice this Saturday afternoon. Anyone unable to attend must contact their respective conveners of selection.

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