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NC bowlers tune up for SA U/30 Masters

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Two talented bowls players from the Northern Cape, Charles Peter Mathewson and Driaan van Niekerk, have clinched their spots in the upcoming Bowls South Africa Under-30 Masters tournament.

Northern Cape bowls players Charles Peter Mathewson and Driaan van Niekerk are preparing for the upcoming Bowls SA Under-30 Masters tournament. Seen here is Van Niekerk in action. Picture: Danie van der Lith

TWO TALENTED bowls players from the Northern Cape, Charles Peter Mathewson and Driaan van Niekerk, have clinched their spots in the upcoming Bowls South Africa Under-30 Masters tournament.

The prestigious event, slated to take place at Wingate Park Bowls Club in Pretoria from February 9 to 11, will feature 12 promising players from around the country. The tournament is divided into three categories – Open, Under-30, and Veterans – and promises an exciting showcase of bowling prowess.

Mathewson, a seasoned Protea bowler, brings a wealth of experience to the U/30 Masters.

Having participated in the SA Open Masters in recent years, Mathewson is no stranger to high-stakes competition and has set his sights on claiming the elusive SA U/30 Masters title this time around.

Aeasoned Protea bowler Charles Peter Mathewson in action on the bowling green. Picture: Danie van der Lith

The Protea Squad, also known as the Gold Squad, is currently holding a camp at The Nest in the Drakensberg, where Mathewson is busy honing his skills.

The weekend camp will serve as a valuable opportunity for the talented bowler to fine-tune his game for the U/30 Masters.

Van Niekerk is set to make his second appearance at the SA U/30 Masters.

His recent selection for the Green Squad, designed to fast-track high-performance players with Gold Squad potential, is a testament to his burgeoning talent.

Van Niekerk is gearing up for a camp at The Nest next weekend, a crucial step in his journey towards top-tier bowling excellence.

As these two Northern Cape bowlers prepare to take centre stage at the U/30 Masters, anticipation builds for a thrilling display of skill and determination.

Bowling enthusiasts and supporters alike eagerly await the action-packed tournament set to unfold in the heart of Pretoria.

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