Home team win bowls

Kihikihi won the triples tournament held at home last week.

Twenty eight teams contested the Edward’s and Hardy-sponsored event held in perfect winter conditions – fine and sunny with only a light breeze.

The winning Kihikihi team, from left Rance Wilson, Gay Millin and Mike Proffit. Photo: Supplied.

The first three placed teams won all four of their games and were separated by ends won.

Kihikihi team’s Mike Proffit (skip), Rance Wilson and Gay Millin were successful on 23 ends, followed by the Claudelands combination of Kevin Quinton (skip), Ian Swetman and Merv Mosen with 21 ends then the Steve Liddington-skipped Frankton Junction team with Deano Te Momo and Eddie Knox with 18 ends in third place.

Pirongia’s Denise Te Momo (skip), Lynda Bennett and Nvenka Drnasin secured fourth place.

Action at Kihikihi Bowling Club. Photo: Supplied.

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