On Saturday Bernie Turton set down a solid foundation on the opening nine, a net 30 for 24 points. Nineteen points in the second nine saw him return an unmatched 43 points total and a win in the Cub competition.
Brenton Marthinus was the runner-up on 41 points. The final prize was won by birthday boy Kevin Antill on 40 points.
A count-out on 22 points placed Parks Mashabao first and Daryll Alexander second in the Sun Flamingo Niner on Friday. Peter Salo was third, alone on 20 points.
Derrick Dobson and Shane Arthur were fourth and fifth, each on 20 points.
The absence of Marlene Posthumus raised the snowball draw to R3 900 for Friday December 29.
Nico Ross, with two successful powerplay options on the first and the fifth, returned 26 points for a comfortable win in the KWV Powerplay Niner on Thursday.
Tenderson Manyetsa posted a big six on the fourth and 22 points in total finish second on the day. Andries Kori was third on 21 points, sans a powerplay.
Outside of the prize winners Machiel Cronjé recorded an eight-pointer on the first, while Herbie Woodbridge and Dave Wilson each claimed a big six.
The top scores in Wednesday’s Leon’s House of Liquor sponsored IPS competition reflected little of the discomfort of the hollow tyne.
Bernie Bennett was first on 39 individual stableford points.
B Schoeman and J Kriek were second and third, each on 38 points.
The Coming Week
There will be a Thursday KWV Niner today, a Friday Sun Flamingo Niner followed by the R3 900 snowball draw tomorrow and a Saturday Competition with morning and afternoon times available.