From the ditch

2017-02-22 06:00

ALOHA - Hawaiian dinner dance – this much awaited function on your social calendar has arrived. It is on at the Greytown Bowling Club on March 4. Come along in Hawaiian garb and enjoy braaied Hawaiian kebabs and a fun evening.
Cost is R110 per person and the function is restricted to the first 60 people. To avoid disappointment contact any bowler to book. The best dressed couple will be awarded a prize, so give it some thought.

Business league is starting up again so make sure you and your team are available on Thursdays 9 and 16 March, 20 April and 4 May. Last year was a great success - remember there can be only one bowler per team. Contact Wessel Pretorius on 072 266 0835 to book.

The NIB fours was held last Sunday and Greytown was represented by Tony Smith, Chris and Erika Fischer, ad Jacques Minnaar. They won two of the three games and qualified to go through to the next round this Sunday with Sannie Balzer in the team.

The men’s team won their league match against Lynwood on Saturday afternoon. Chis Fischer, Tony Smith, Wolfie Lubowitski and Schalk Jacobs were the team.

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