THE women's inter-regional tournament held at Western Suburbs over the weekend was won by Eastern Areas. The club players were: S Wiblin (skip), K Beavis (skip), G Bartlett (skip), J Wallace, R Low, M Heale, D Deenik, M Jacobs, J Armitage, J McLachlan, A Wood, G Duncan. The Eastern Areas team of Bartlett (skip), Heale, Armitage and Duncan also won the team prize.
THERE is Wednesday morning mixed bowls at Park Drive, tabs in 9am. Other playing sessions are: Tuesday 1.30pm, Saturday 1.30pm, Sunday 9.15am, and public holidays 9am.
The 100 Club draw will take place on Friday (6.30pm).
The next round of the Saturday morning pairs will be held on Saturday. Players to report by 8.30am. Inquiries: Richard Shepheard (082-979-3205).
Walmer BC have social bowls on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon at 1.30pm and Sunday at 9.15am.
The Algoa Toyota men's tabs-in pairs is played on Wednesday (1.30pm).
At the annual meeting the committee elected was: president: John van der Berg, men's vice-president: Mike Pfotenhauer, women's vice-president: Ann Meyer, treasurer: Ethely Herselman, secretary: Jenny Hollis, men's captain: John Inkin, women's captain: Deanne Inkin, additional members: Sandy Purse, Lyn Cronning, Wayne Williams, Henry Kurnyta.
THE Castle Lager Classic held at the PE Club at the weekend was a huge success. The overall winners were: 1 Kurt Fischer; 2 Piet Slabbert; 3 Gary Vermaak.
Drake's Pride Bowls Bag won by: Wilma Gouws (Western Suburbs).
The PEBC programme is:
Tomorrow, afternoon: mixed trips; annual meeting (5.30pm), attendance is imperative. Friday, morning: Bob Mott's Nedbank Friday morning pairs.
Saturday, afternoon: social tabs-in bowls; attendance draw (6pm).
Sunday, morning: men's arranged games and arranged mixed bowls; fines master: Alf Hicks.
Tuesday, afternoon: men's and women's tabs-in bowls.
THE players selected for the working squad for the 2014 EP women's inter-district teams are: Diane Ahrens, Yolande Arndt, Jeanette Botha, Moira Buchanan, Charlene Burger, Barbara Coetzee, Ilda Forbes, Helena Gardener, Liesl Hayward, Terry Henebury, Annette Herselman, Karen Korkie, Helen Louw, Pam March, Sylvia Mauer, Wilma Mcclachlan, Jenny Mclachlan, Shirley Mclachlan, Dalena Muller, Suzette Naude, Yvonne Olivier, Elaine Paris, Midge Perks, Desi Rosenblatt, Marlene Senekal, Sandy Smart, Petro Toerien, Rosa Tunstead, Lorraine van den Berg, Lourenza van der Merwe, Frieda Visser, Sandra Wiblin.
The players must attend the next squad practice at Park Drive on September 8 (8.30am). Any player not able to attend must contact Pat Hand (083-720-7111).
THE next technical officials forum meeting will be held at Westview on Tuesday (2pm). All technical officials or interested parties are invited to attend.
THE winners of the King Cars Thursday morning men's pairs competition played on August 22 at Western Suburbs were John Roberts and Willem Gouws.
THE programme at Summerwood this week is: tomorrow: mixed social (8.45); Saturday: men's and women's social (1.45); Monday: men's social (1.45); Tuesday: women's social (1.45).
The last round of the Summerbreezz Spar men's pairs will be played on September 16 (1.15).
There are still vacancies for the Summerwood Warwick mixed fours tournament on Heritage Day (September 24). Inquiries: Monty (083-261-9268).
THE skips to report for the PE Moth women's Classic by 8.30am tomorrow are: M Lindley, D Ahrens, S Harmer, E du Toit, N Rubin, M Morgan, F Visser, C Botha, J Botha, M Muller, B Elfick, M Message, P March, I Forbes, M Cantor, M Papenfus, L Harte, H Mitchell, D Inken, A Kovachi, A Tshop, P Cullen.
THE final of the Oddy's pairs will be held today (1.30pm) between Brian Kelly/Monty Ware and Keith Varnfield/John Morgan. Julian Bernstein/Myron Sandwick play Chris Nel/John Kapp for third place. All players who participated in the Oddy's pairs are requested to put their tabs in to support the finalists. The final will be followed by the prize-giving.