Amanzimtoti Sports Centre

2016-11-30 06:01
The Amanzimtoti bowlers had reason to smile. Photo: supplied

The Amanzimtoti bowlers had reason to smile. Photo: supplied

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Amanzimtoti Tennis Club news

There was some social tennis played on Saturday afternoon.

On Friday night vandals attempted to steal our light-meter boxes by chiselling away the concrete area around it.

A big thank you to Robbie, Alan, Mike and Rob Jack for the work done to secure our box. A big thank you also to Brightman and Gabriel who showed us their bricklaying skills.

Our year-end function is on Saturday 3 December. There will be usual social tennis in the afternoon and Alan will light the braai fire at about 5pm.

Don’t forget to bring your meat – salads will be supplied. We are looking forward to an evening of good food, music and perhaps some dancing. Our fund-raiser hamper will be on display in the clubhouse on Wednesday and Saturday for ticket sales. Support from all our members will be greatly appreciated. We hope to do the winners draw on Saturday 3 December.

Our midweek ladies’ Christmas lunch will take place on Wednesday 7 December.

Posters are on display with lists for bring-and-share details.

Get well wishes are extended to Georges who had a nasty fall on court on Saturday and is in the Kingsway Hospital. Our development clinic will close after Saturday’s session and commence in January when school reopens. Collections for Bobbi Bear is ongoing - a box for donations is in the clubhouse.

Amanzimtoti Bowling Club

There were happy faces in the club after another success. Toti teams took first, second and eighth places in the PN fund-raiser.

Top finishers:

First - Doreen Salmond, Heather Brown, Nicky Stirzaker and Talla Stephens-Viviers.

Second - Barbara Beamson, Julie Sutherland, Amanda Ninow and Denise Bingham.

Eighth - Jeanne Alexander, Pam Chalder-Royle, Marion Crouch and Adrienne Robbins.

The were accompanied by with Doreen Salmond, Jeanne Alexander, Julie Sutherland, Amanda Ninow, Nicky Stirzaker and Talla Stephens-Viviers. - Supplied.

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