RESULTS: The competition sponsored by Halfway Toyota Howick was most interesting due to the poor turnout caused by the sudden onset of really chilly weather. Some folk played 2-4-2 while others played trips. The winners of the competition based on overall shot average were Jo Boonzaier and Mark Taylor, runners up were Barry Bedworth, Denise Rocher and Malcolm Tait.
Margie Wheelwright, representing Halfway Toyota, displayed the latest Toyota Yaris and also presented prizes. We are grateful to Halfway Toyota Howick for their continued generous sponsorship.
Umgeni Waterfall Bowling Club had two members enter the KZN Singles which took place from Saturday, 19 August to Monday, 21 August. It was most interesting to see how well the young folk play and how they seem to be attracted to clubs which have changed from the traditional ‘whites’ to multicoloured clothing of various styles.
Colin Burden of Umgeni Waterfall who played in the KZN Singles got through to the final 16 players out of a field of over 100 but was knocked out on Sunday afternoon by D Schoeman of Richards Bay.
We welcome everyone who may be interested in playing the game of bowls. Pop along on a Tuesday Morning and/or Wednesday and Saturday afternoons.
News supplied by Umgeni Waterfall Bowls Club.