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Intervaal bowls clubs groom champions for inter-district competition

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Intervaal hosted their sub districts event in Schweizer-Reneke with six men’s sides and two women’s sides taking part in the competition to see who will progress to inter-district fours which will be held next weekend in Kimberley.

The Intervaal Bowls Club’s Men’s Fours competition winners are (from left): Theo Joubert (Intervaal competition secretary), Jan Brits( Intervaal president), Wihan Smit, Fanie Smit, Giepie Nel and Johan Mcleod. Picture: Supplied

Three of the four bowls sports sub-districts of the Northern Cape namely Intervaal, Kalahari, and Conroy held their Districts Fours competitions this past weekend, while the Kimberley sub-district held theirs over two weekends.

Intervaal hosted their sub districts event in Schweizer-Reneke with six men’s sides and two women’s sides taking part in the competition to see who will progress to inter-district fours which will be held next weekend in Kimberley.

In all 16 teams from all four sub districts will compete in the Kimberley event next weekend.

Last weekend in the Intervaal meet, the men’s title was won by Bloemhof Bowls Club. Vryburg Bowls Club came a close second while Hartswater Bowls club took third position and Warrenton Bowls Club fourth. These four men’s sides will progress to the top 16 event to be held in Kimberley.

The women’s title was won by Hartswater Bowls Club followed by Schweizer-Reneke. Both women’s sides will progress to the top 16 competition.

The final draw of the top 16 team members to compete for the women’s Kimberley sub district competition is six candidates while Kalahari will get four places, Intervaal two and Conroy four.

In the men’s Kimberley sub district contest six candidates will be selected while Kalahari will get four, Intervaal four and Conroy two.

The Top 16 event in Kimberley will determine who is district champion that can lay claim to being the best Fours team in Northern Cape.

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