The second group of the 28 teams competing in Tzaneen Bowls Club’s Business League, took to the court on Thursday evening the 30th of September. Photos: Roelof de Jonge

The first round for the second group of teams playing in the Tzaneen Bowls Club’s Business League commenced on Thursday the 30th of September. A total of 28 teams are currently competing for top honours.

After last Thursday’s matches, the team from Tzaneen Tennis Club took the lead amongst the second group on 11 points. Next in line on 10 points respectively are the teams of Lannie Motors and Wile E Coyoties.

The points for the positions from fourth to sixth was also quite a tight affair, with three teams sharing
these spots on 9 points apiece. With a best total point aggregate of 5, the team of Bisset Real Estate 1 is currently fourth, followed by the players of Lowveld Labels in the fifth spot and BB Nissan in sixth position.

This week, the second round of the Business Bowls League took place. The scores for this week’s matches, Tuesday the 5th and Thursday the 7th of October, will be published in the follow-up report.

Sarie Vermaak, communications and media liaison of Tzaneen Bowls Club, also competed in the second round of the Business League on Thursday.

The management of Tzaneen Bowls Club encourages participants of the Business League to support the catering and bar facilities at their newly revamped clubhouse which has recently been outsourced to a local restaurateur. And it is not only the club’s players or the current competitors of the Business League who are welcome to make use of these facilities, but any person is also welcome to come and support this service, which offers a wide variety of food and drinks.

For more information regarding playing bowls or to render the club’s catering facilities, persons are welcome to contact club committee members Joan Bisset (083 893 5135) or Stoffel Vermaak (083 981 4994).

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