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first_imgOn Wednesday, we saw the Midlands Trials take place in Bergville.  They were very different trials this year, as before any games were played, every bowler had to participate in an exercise that many had not done in years, if at all.Two circles were drawn on the green, one at 28 metres and one at 24 metres.  The object of this skill is to draw your bowls into the circles, two bowls at 28 metres and two bowls at 24 metres.  There was much laughter and some strong language heard, but it brought home the fact that if you do not practice drawing to the jack, and other disciplines, your chances for selection will be slim.Congratulations to our members who were selected. Men: Rodney Perrin, VJ Singh and reserve Bob Corringham. Women: Barbara Baleri, Fran Baleri, Janet Barnardo, Magriet Coetzee, Barbara Elworthy, Des Maartens, Veronica Malan, Liefie Oosthuizen, Nora Simpson, Shenaaz Singh and Maureen Streatfield. Reserves: Fathima Moola and Melissa Streatfield. Congratulations to these bowlers! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite On Monday, we had a sponsored tabs-in and after a cool start, the weather and the games warmed up, with the winners being Ron Richmond, Bennie Malan, Veronica Malan and Rod van Deventer. Runners-up were Clyde Newton, Jean Crane, Shenaaz Singh and Clyde Newton Jnr. Well done to all of you!Birthdays in May: Barbara Elworthy, Eros Jannon, Naomi Johnson, Hans Bender, Shenaaz Singh, Maureen Streatfield and Colin Wheeler. Here’s wishing you all a wonderful day and a great year ahead!“See you on the greens!”DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter  why not join us there?last_img