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FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016

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BUILDING FOR JESUS

Amathole Museum hosts Regional National Science Week, NSW Programme

THREE days of fun, educational

and competitive activities

extending from 10 to12 August

2016 constituted the regional

National Science Week

programme which was hosted by

the Amathole museum.

Activities which targeted school

learners between grade 10 and 11

included guided tours through the

museum’s natural science displays,

an essay writing competition, a

debate competition and a talk given

by a young Rhodes University post

graduate.

Continued on Pg. 02...

WINNERS: Prize winners at the NSW week hosted at the Amathole Museum recently

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Amathole Museum hosts Regional

National Science Week, NSW Programme

Continued from Front Page...

National science week is a

country-wide celebration of

science and an initiative of the

Department of Science and

Technology which is aimed at

raising awareness and

advancing science and

technology in the country.

Amathole Museum has

previously participated in

National Science Week,

staging events in 2012 and

2013.

Amathole Museum Director,

Fred Kigozi said that this

previous experience weighed

heavily in favour of the

museum being granted

funding by the National

Research Foundation, NRF

and the international Union of

Biological Science, IUBS to

host NSW this year.

The theme for 2016 National

Science Week was “Science

for sustainable development

and improved quality of life”.

'This theme reverberated in

the museum’s competitive

activities. Learners were

invited to participate in an

essay competition where they

had to write on how

biotechnology can benefit the

Nation to achieve its goals in

terms of improved quality of

life for its people,' said Fred.

Participating schools were

also required to take part in a

debate with the topic, if you

were in authority what would

you do to achieve a better

protected environment, and

how would you promote

sustainable development with

due consideration to nature

conservation”.

On the agreed day of the

twelve schools’ participation in

this NSW programme the

museum covered costs for

transport for at least 12

learners and the

accompanying educator.

Catering was also provided for

the learners and the educator.

Prizes were given out for the

best five essays, and the first

three debating panels

comprising of three learners

each.

Thembalabantu High School

from Zwelitsha won the

debate competition, and the

first prize for the essay

competition went to Andile

Nyingwa of Grade 11 at

Hector Petersen High School.

A funding requirement which

was placed on the museum by

NRF and IUBS was to involve

unemployed young natural

science graduates in the

execution of the programme.

This was intended to develop

capacity by giving the youth

opportunity to work with

experienced museum

practitioners.

The museum educator, Ricky

Brecht provided the required

mentorship and guidance to

Zimasa Potolwana and

Andisiwe Kubusi, both young

biological science graduates,

and the former already

stationed at the museum on a

12-month internship.

The two ladies interfaced well

with the school learners and

were a great source of

inspiration and motivation,

since the learners identified

well with them.

The three day programme was

wound up with a talk by a

guest speaker, Ms Zezethu

Mnqeta who is a Masters

student at the department of

zoology and Entomology of

Rhodes University.

Asked how does Amathole

Museum fit in the science

world,Fred explained that “the

museum houses the

Shortridge Mammals

Collection which is the 3 rd

largest terrestrial mammals

collection in Southern Africa.

“The collection is of

immeasurable research value,

and has provided research

projects for both local and

international scholars and

students”.

“Many research dissertations

and theses have flown out of

this collection and copies of

these are kept in the museum

research library.

“The research collection

provides materials for

biodiversity, biogeography,

systematics and ecological

studies,” he concluded.


FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016 THE BUGLE 3

The Potters House donate essential items to

King Williams Town Child & Youthcare Centre

THE Potters House made a

much needed donation of

various items to the King

Williams Town Child &

Youthcare Centre on Tuesday.

Included in the donation

was toothpaste, shoe

polish, rice, and Nestum

valued at about R3 500.

Pastor Alex McCann of Potters

House said:”I picked

up that home is always in

need of essential items

through several articles in

the Bugle.

'I am also on the KHS Governing

Body and learners

also made me aware of the

crisis at the home,' he said.

He said he liaised with

KWTCYCC

Secretary/Housekeeper

Wendy Linde and was

given a list of essential

items in need.

“I then put a challenge out

to members of the Potters

House congregation and

challenged them to donate

towards buying items for

the home,' he said.

“They came to the party

and an amount of R3 500

was collected,” said Mc-

Cann, adding that Pastor

Xola Mohapi was also involved

and that the Potters

House intended to do

more for the home in the

future.

Wendy said:' The donation

will help the home tremendously.

The items donated

are much in need by the

children in residential care.

“Thank you so much Potters

House.'

HAND OVER: Pastor Alex McCann and Pastor Xola Mohapi of the

Potters House handing items in need by the KWTCYCC to Wendy Linde

and Nomsa Mandoyi on Tuesday


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Venue: Malcolm Andrew Sports Centre

Time: from 18:30 - Cost: R70 pp

THE Rotary Anns are having a Books, Pancakes

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15. Shove

17. Pilot

19. Third letter of the Greek

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22-Sinus, 24-Tope


FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016 THE BUGLE 5

Lions serve others at weekend

TO SERVE: Lions members arrive at Kingspark where they served residents with a meal on Friday evening

SERVING others can be fun – Grahamstown and made families of farm workers in

especially when doing so

with friends – and rewarding

when experiencing the joy

Lions Snugglers, sleeping

bags for the homeless out of

plastic and newspaper, and

need on Sunday morning

and gave them food parcels.

Someone once said: 'People

and appreciation on the proved to be quite an do not care how much you

faces of those being served.

This past weekend the KWT

Lions were busy at several

attraction to the passers-by.

Saturday afternoon saw Lion

President Uli Hagens and

know until they know how

much you care”. Lions love to

care.

places, bringing joy in Lion Susan and others take

different ways to different

people.

several of the Kingspark

residents to the concert by

On Friday evening several the Happy Feet Dance

Lions and family members Studio at Dale College.

gathered to serve the “We thank Sally Collett and

monthly meal to the residents the Happy Feet Dance

at Kingspark and to spend a Studio for once again treating

short time chatting to them our seniors to their

and encouraging them with outstanding show,” Uli

their knitting of squares for Hagens said.

the blanket drive.

On Saturday morning Lions

Russell Volker and Vic von

Abo and others met with the

“They enjoyed it immensely

and were tapping their feet all

the way home.”

As if that were not enough,

members of the Lion President Uli Hagens

Grahamstown branch of the and Lions Peter Moses and

KWT Lions Club in Desmond Coetzee visited

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lant struggle and went home

on August 2,” said Trevor.

Cheryl was well-known for

her cheerful and happy laugh

along with a wonderful personality.

The Karshagen and Murray

families wish to thank everyone

for their moral support,

flowers, cards, and phone

calls after the passing of

Cheryl.

Congratulations Meyers on the premises,

it looks outstanding

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FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016 THE BUGLE 7

Meyers Motors expand in King

MODERN: Tango Qaba, Graham Richter, and Bradley Hall in front of the new Meyers Motors premises in Buffalo Road

MEYERS Motors, King Williams

Town, have moved their

new and used car operation

from the Meyers main branch

in Taylor Street to state-of-the

art new premises in Buffalo

Road.

The 'new' Meyers became operational

in July.

The current Meyers branch

will still have new and used

cars on site and will also maintain

its servicing and parts

department at the Taylor

Street operation.

Meyers general manager,

Gordon Gobey said the motive

behind the decision to

open the new premises in Buffalo

Road 'was purely down to

a space problem.'

'At the main branch the number

of new cars on the showroom

floor and used cars on

the forecourt created an

'overcrowding problem' which

we had to address.'

A decision was taken to construct

the new facility in Buffalo

Road.

Gordon said:' The premises

that became available in Buffalo

Road was perfect for our

needs and customer satisfaction.'

'The new premises offer customers

easy access and ample

parking with more stock

on display all displayed undercover,'

he said.

Gordon said in the future it

was planned to move the service

and parts departments

from the main branch to the

Buffalo Road operation.

'But in the meantime the service

and parts department will

remain at Meyers in Taylor

Street,' he said.

On hand at the new Meyers

branch to deal with all your

new and second hand motor

car needs are Bradley Hall,

Graham Richter and Tango

Qaba.

“All are experienced in the

new and used car game

and will tend to all your requirements

in a professional

manner,' said Gordon.

He added that longstanding

customers and prospective

customers can visit the fully

air-conditioned branch and

browse around at the variety

of new and used cars in

a relaxed atmosphere.

“We will try and give you a

'cool' deal on any one of our

large selection of cars,' Gordon

concluded.

Wishing Meyer success in their awesome new

premises in Buffalo Road

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PERSPECTIVE: I have been

fortunate enough to run 3

amazing races over the last 3

weekends, two on the trails

(Grahamstown and De Hoop

Nature reserve ) and one on

the road.

It struck me while doing these

events just how fortunate I

am to be able to do what I do

.

Exercise has truly changed

my life and I cannot emphasize

enough just how much

being/getting fit can and does

benefit a person .

Mentally and physically the

benefits of exercise far outweigh

any disadvantages (if

there are any.)

The other thing that struck me

the last 3 weekends is how

much a leveler running is. I

have run with /against folks of

all ages and sizes and I have

been royally brought back to

On the run

with

Mike Webb

ground with a thump at times

due to the sheer pace and

strength of some of the runners

and also due to a niggling

hip injury. One never

knows how fit you really are

until tested against others .

Races are always a good

gauge of one’s fitness and it

is important to race on a fairly

regular basis if you want to

improve.

It is also a great place to

make /reacquaint yourself

with friends as well. I was

fortunate enough to meet an

old friend of mine on Sunday

who in this year alone has

run 30 full standard marathons

and 9 Ultra marathons

already !!

He is trying to beat the record

of 50 marathons and 6

ultras in a year ! This may be

overdoing it a tad I think but

he is having fun !

SPOIL SPORT

Wayde van Niekerk did South Africa

proud with his record breaking gold

medal performance in the 400 metres

at the Rio Olympics yesterday.

However, there is always some twit

who will try to spoil the party as

happened yesterday. This bright

spark posted something on twitter

that read like this - “well done,

Wayde – now please don't shoot

your girlfriend”...??...enough said !

SEE ME, DON'T SEE ME ?

There is a moerse hoo-haa in

Cannes (..again) in the south of

France. The local council, and supported

by the French prime minister,

have banned the “burkini”(..a full

body cozzie that resembles a very

loose scuba divers outfit) on French

beaches. The “burkini” is worn by

Muslim women and has been labeled

as provocative to the antimuslim

paranoia in France. Whats

the bottom line, if you will excuse

the pun. French law says you must

PIRATES CLUB

Buccin Ears

BY ROB ROY

show more flesh and the Muslims

say you must cover up and show

less flesh...it does not look like a

win-win situation over there.

Luckily, Martin lives around here,

because if he wore a bikini bottom

at Cannes, he would be arrested

for indecent exposure as they

would not be able to see it, and, if

he wore a burkini, he would be

arrested for illegally erecting a circus

tent on the beach...just another

example of a no win-win situation

!...N.B...the writer will be wearing,

yes you guessed it, a suit of armour

when next going off to Pirates !

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...Frid – snacks and snorts at four.

...Frid – steakhouse.

...Wed – King Bottle Store attendance

draw.

AND FINALLY

“I want my children to have all the

things that I could not afford....then

I want to move in and stay with

them !”

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FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016 THE BUGLE 11

Parkrun attracts new faces

LOTS of new faces at the last

weeks Parkrun....This was

Parkrun number 26 in King

and we were very encouraged

to see so many new

faces this week.

'We also had a lot of visitors

from East London and even

one from Cape Town,' said

organiser Mike Webb.

'We had 21 new local runners

and all had an absolute ball.

It is also very noticeable that

at least 60 % of the field is

made up of ladies,' said Mike

'Clearly Spring is on its way

and all the ladies are keen to

get in shape for Summer.

Kick your hubbies out to join

you ladies,' added Mike.

FRESH FACES: A group of new runners at last weekends Parkrun at the

King Golf Club

A few personal best times

were recorded this week.

One VERY happy Parkrunner

was Ingrid Schenk who

had great delight in yet another

personal best time.

This was also Ingrids

22nd King Parkrun and clearly

she is enjoying every minute.

Watch out Kim Williams!!

Other notable performances

were : Malwande Magadla

22.00 minutes , Khaya Siyata,

M. Mabanga, L Mahlangeni

,B Mbonda , Ayanda

Gugushe, Shaheen Nawaz ,

Mike Mettam and Margaret

Foxcroft .

'Ailsa Nelson is now on 45

runs and is rapidly closing in

on that coveted Red T shirt,'

sais Mike.

Gordon Smith has now done

24 of our 26 runs and is followed

closely by Aunty Margaret

Foxcroft (23 ) Ingrid

Schenk (22) , Kim Williams

(21 ) , Vinotha Yengopal (21)

, Barbara De Man (20) , Debbi

Rossouw (20 ) , Lynn Neuper

(20) , Mel Osmond (20) and

Msimelelo Fiko (20) .

'We have a large number of

runners closing in on 20 King

Parkruns as well. Fantastic to

see this commitment.

'Many thanks to our volunteers

as always. Veronica,

Sandra and Tarryn will not be

available this week so if you

can volunteer please let me

know (Mike) on 084597824....

remember to bring money for

the delicious bacon and egg

rolls as well,' he said.

He concluded:'We would also

like to thank Risk Management

Services for supplying

a security guard to look after

our vehicles during Parkrun.

This is done FREE of charge.'

We wish you all the greatest success for

the future in your new premises

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FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016 THE BUGLE 13

Former KHS learner makes

SA U21 netball team

STAR: Former KHS learner Nolusindiso Twani who has made the SA U21

netball side

FORMER KHS learner,

Nolusindiso Twani, who left

the school in 2014, has been

selected for the South African

Under 21 Netball Squad.

While at school she excelled

in netball as a regular selection

in the First Team from her

Grade 10 year.

Her coach, Ms Debbie Herbst

recalls that “Lucy”, as she

was affectionately known,

was, “a dedicated player, who

pushed herself tirelessly in

pursuit of excellence.

'Furthermore she was a natural

leader who led by example

at all times. Despite her glowing

success on the netball

court Lucy always remained

humble,” she said.

Lucy was selected for all the

Eastern Cape teams, at every

age group stage, ending

up in the SA Under 19 squad.

She has followed up this

youthful yet illustrious career

with her present selection,

while in her second year as

a student at NMMU.

At school her achievements

were not limited to the netball

court. A natural leader she

was a house captain.

John Kerr, KHS deputy principal,

said: “I am not surprised

by her success. She gave

100% at everything she did

and was never happy with

second best”.

The Lions Club of King Williams Town

Proudly presents their 3 rd Trivial Pursuit Evening

Date: 10 September 2016

Entries: Team of 4 R 500.00

Individuals Participating R 130.00

Supporters meal only R80.00

Time: 18:00 for 18:30

Venue: Malcom Andrew Sports Centre

Meal: Steak included

Cash Bar Available

Contact: 083 321 3522

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SUB CONTRACT NRA N.006-015-2013/1– SC A

for

ROUTINE ROAD MAINTENANCE ON

NATIONAL ROUTE N6

SECTION 1 (N6 1 km 0.0 – km 5.0)

EAST LONDON

PACKAGE NO. A for LITTER COLLECTION

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST NOTICE

Expression of Interest applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified

Exempted Micro Enterprises (EME) for the collection of litter next to the N6.

Contractors who are actively registered as 1 CEPE or 1GBPE with the

CIDB may apply.

The following documentation is to be emailed to email1@gmail.com

• CIDB registration (1 CEPE or 1GBPE designation)

• CIPC(CIPRO) Document, Company Registration and Shareholders

Information

• Valid Tax Clearance Certificate

• Letter of Good Standing with Department of Labour

• Copy of Sworn affidavit stating Annual Total Revenue and Level of

• Percentage of Black Beneficiaries or B-BBEE certificate.

• ID Copy (Must be an Owner/Shareholding member of the company)

• Contact Details: Name, Cell No and Email

Sub-contract packages for the Collection of Litter will be implemented in the

following areas: Ducats South, Ducats North, Macleantown South,

Macleantown North, Cathcart South, Cathcart North, Ezibileni,

JJ Serfontein, Lesseyton 1, Lesseyton 2, Jamestown South, Jamestown

North and Aliwal North (south).

Exempted Micro Enterprises based within each of these towns will be given

preference and are encouraged to submit their relevant documentation.

Only 1 package will be awarded per contractor.

The required documents must be sent via email to

email@email.com before or on xx April 2016.

KARATE KIDS: Alicia Maartens, Sharmian Christian, Chloe Lange, Sabian

Welman and Sempei Ann von der Decken who competed at the recent Karate

competition at the Fish River Sun.

An Information Briefing meeting will be held with the Exempted Micro

Enterprises who have submitted their relevant documentation and have

met the minimum criteria. Tender documents will only be made available

at the information briefing meeting.

No late entries will be accepted.


“Memories”

A delightful programme of

Music, Dance and Song

presented by

Kingsridge High School for Girls

DATE: Saturday, 27 August 2016

TIME: 19:00

VENUE: KHS High School Hall

COST: R75

( includes a 3-course meal )

Please bring own basket

Tickets available from

the KHS Bursar’s Office

THE BUGLE FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016

The Final Whistle

From Mike Eddy, Dale College head

EVERYONE who was present at the Dale 1st XV vs Selborne

rugby match last Saturday witnessed an outstanding spectacle

of schoolboy rugby. Both teams played their hearts out. They

each played for “their” school. Unfortunately, on the day, Dale

were not to be winners. There is usually a fine line between

success and failure.

All at the ground need to remember that Dale teams are not

simply entitled to win. These teams will give their “everything”

in their collective effort when playing.

All the matches on the CB Jennings “A” field are officiated by

officials (Referees) supplied by the Border Rugby Referees

Association. These Referees give up their time to ref these

matches. I believe that each is trying his best and is “learning”

all the time. Yes, mistakes are made, yes the linesman could

assist more to ensure that correct decisions are made; yes,

they must keep time as the electronic scoreboard went on the

blink!!

So for a few spectators to harass the officials after the match

is unacceptable. We at Dale College, the Staff and Dalians,

wish to stress that we totally disassociate ourselves from this

group and their abusive, cowardly act against these officials.

I need to remind everyone that ALL matches on the ‘A’ field

MUST be conducted by officials accredited and provided by

Border Rugby. So to antagonise and abuse officials is not

serving the interest of either rugby or Dale College.

Spectators who wish to engage in such activity are welcome to

stay away. Where are these spectators now? Reading the

rule book I hope! Please get BOKSMART at the same time.

The actions of these spectators left a far more bitter taste than

the result of the match.

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SWIMMING AND WATER SAFETY LESSONS

FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS.

Sounding Off

I was with a friend in a café when a noisy

car alarm interrupted our conversation.

"What good are car alarms when no one

pays any attention to them?" I wondered

aloud.

"Some are quite effective," my friend corrected

me. "Last summer, my teenager

spent a lot of time at the neighbors’. Whenever

I wanted him home, I’d go out to our

driveway and jostle his car."

Unfinished Repairs

My sister Darlene has the courage—but

not always the skills—to tackle any homerepair

project. For example, in her garage

are pieces of a lawn mower she once tried

to fix. So I wasn’t surprised the day my

other sister, Jesse, and I found Darlene

attacking her vacuum cleaner with a screwdriver.

“I can’t get this thing to cooperate,” she

explained.

“Why don’t you drag it out to the garage and

show it the lawn mower?” Jesse suggested.

In Total Control

My family has a tradition of naming the

cruise control on our cars. We were used

to hearing my father proclaim, "Take it,

Max," as he flipped on the cruise control

during long trips in our station wagon.

Recently, I was traveling with my parents

in their new car when we hit a wide-open

expanse of highway. My dad leaned back

and said, "I think I’ll let Tom drive for a while."

"Tom who?" I asked.

My mother translated for me: "Tom Cruise,

of course."


FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016 THE BUGLE 15

Nzingo wins 51st Amathole Marathon

hope to be back next year,'

he said.

So far this year Julian has

competed in 39 Marathons

and Ultra Marathons.

Mike Webb said:' The Amathole

Marathon is always a

great run...the weather was

perfect and I do not know

why more runners do not particpate.'

MARATHON MEN AND A LADY: Xhaya Siyata, Thandabantu Poswa, Mike

Webb, Toto Bata, all members of BCM, with the winning lady, Liezl

Heideman (second from left) of Queenstown Harries after completing the

Amathole Marathon last Sunday

THE 51st Amathole Marathon

between King William's Town

and Stutterheim on Sunday

was won by Nkosinati Nzingo

(Nedbank) in a time of

2:31.17

It was Nkosinathi's second

successive win in the race

which was sponsored by

Twizza and the Metlife Mall

and is the oldest Marathon

on the Border.

The event drew 157 entrants

….well up on last years figure.

“The event was well organised

and I enjoyed the

scenic run in perfect weather

conditions,” said Nkosinathi.

Second place went to Aubrey

Flepu (Bloemfontein

Striders)in a time of 2:45:26

with Mdeni Zulu of Oxford

Striders in 3rd place in a time

of 2:49:27

The woman's section was

won by Liezl Heideman of

Queenstown Harriers in a

MClean is KWT Bowling

Club Men's Single champ

Continued from Back Page...

All the competitors gathered

on the green for the playing

of the national anthem prior

to the commencement of

play. The four matches,

played over fifteen ends,

were hotly contested with the

Presidents teams winning

two matches and the Rats

time of 3:59:26.

“It was a nice run but when

you drive the route by car you

do not notice all the uphill

sections on the route,' said a

happy Liezl, adding that she

would be back next year.

One of the race finishers, Julian

Karp of Cape Town, competing

in his second

Amathole Marathon had the

day before (Saturday) competed

in a marathon in Limpopo.

“After the event I rushed to

catch a plane at the OR International

Airport and flew to

East London and then drove

to King where I overnighted

with Mike Webb,” he said.

After finishing the Amathole

race it was a dash back to the

airport to catch a plane to

Cape Town.

“I enjoyed the run and was

happy to finish. The event

was well organised and I

and Mice winning two. The

Presidents won the event on

overall points, 47-44.

Gordon McCune and Mike

Nel, the original challenger,

received the underpants and

both were seen wearing the

said garment on their heads

after the match!

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MClean is KWT Bowling Club Men's Single champ

traditional competition for the

club which involves the newer

bowling members challenging

the President of the

Club and the more experienced

bowlers to a match.

The losing team is awarded

with a stunning pair of khakigreen

underpants. The challenge

was accepted by club

president, Warwick Osmond,

and four teams turned out for

the Presidents side against

four teams for the Rats and

Mice – thirty-two competitors

in total. The event is taken

very seriously – the players

in Presidents teams were all

wearing ties for the occasion

while some of the rats and

mice had specially made t-

shirts.

Continued on Pg. 15...

BOWLING MEN: Bowlers who took part in the Presidents versus Rats

challenge at the King Bowling Club on the green

THE final match to decide the

the KWT Bowling Club men’s

singles champion was played

last Sunday morning in front

of an appreciative group of

club spectators.

The competing finalists were

Brian MClean and Piet

Jacobs. Brian had won his

semi-final match against Gordon

McCune while Piet had

defeated John Schulein in the

semis.

The final match produced excellent

bowls from two of the

King Club’s veteran players.

Brian went into an early 10 –

5 lead, but Piet came back

into the match to lead 18 –

12 at one point.

In singles the match is won

by the player who first scores

twenty-one points. Brian

fought back and reached sixteen

points before Piet was

able to close out the match,

winning 21 – 16.

Presidents versus the Rats

The singles final was followed

by the annual

“Presidents versus Rats and

Mice” challenge. This is a

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