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Help revise the WP Competitions – 2022/2023

WP Bowls hosts a number of District competitions every year – and many of them were played in the same format for many years. Last year a Competitions Committee was formed to look at each of these competitions in details – and everyone was invited to participate! This exercise is being repeated this year! WP…
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2022 Power Trips Winners

Congratulations to all the finalists of the WP Bowls Personal Trust Power Trips! Tier 1Goodwood A – 1stWPCC B – 2ndEdgemead A – 3rdWPCC A – 4th Tier 2Durbanville C – 1stSomerset West B – 2ndDurbanville B – 3rdEdgemead D – 4th Tier 3Pollsmoor A – 1stGoodwood C – 2ndMilnerton D – 3rdOld Oak D…
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2022 Personal Trust Power Trips Information

The first year of the Personal Trust Power Trips was very popular but did have several challenges. We have (we believe) learnt from those challenges! All the input received has been carefully considered and some changes have been made. While all the details are covered in the Conditions of Play, they are summarised here for…
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2022 Champion of Champions – Singles

Congratulations to our 2022 WP Club Champion of Champions – Open and Novice! Thank you Meadowridge BC for hosting the final day with all your amazing volunteers, Personal Trust our sponsor, Executive members for handing out the awards, Noel Solomon for live streaming the finals, and of course to all the spectators! Keep it rolling…
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2022 Singles Champions

Our 2022 WP Singles Champions – Congratulations to you all! Open Men Winner – Herman Huisamen (Goodwood) Runner up – Nic Rusling (WPCC) Semi finalists – Helio Andrade (Oakdale) and John Paynter (Constantia) Open Ladies Winner – Maggie van Zyl (Durbanville) Runner up – Anneke Snyman (WPCC) Semi finalists – Cheryl Bradley (Goodwood) and Susan…
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2022 Avion Park Differently Abled Tournament

At Avion Park this past weekend there was a high standard of bowls with 2 visually impaired bowlers, 5 physically disabled and one able bodied player all on the BSA long list for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. The rain made play interesting with green speeds changing on average 6 times a day due to puddles…
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