By NORMAN WOODS
Round 10 in the Midweek section of men's bowls was played
Competition leader Kaka Point Orcas went down to Balclutha
White, 26-13. The lead in the competition has passed to
Owaka, which came away with a good win over Clinton, 27-11.
• Finegand also remains in contention for the competition. It
was too strong for T and C, winning 25-10.
• Balclutha Red came back to form with a 27-10 win over Kaka
• In the other game played, Waihola beat Milton 20-10.
Men's sevens: Round six in the men's sevens has been
Clutha Valley retained top place, beating Lawrence-Waihola
In the fours, Don Cameron (Combined) held off Ken Rishworth
9-7. The pairs result was also a close one, as Dawson Cowie's
Valley team nudged out Brendon Hollander's combined team,
13-12. The singles went to Robert Wilson, who had a tough
tussle with John Moana, winning 25-21.
• Kaka Point took maximum points against Owaka, winning 6-0.
John Bisset's four gave the seasiders a good start, winning
20-10. In the pairs, Dave Bichan and John Hurst combined well
for Kaka Point, and took the honours 25-15. In the singles,
Peter Twaddle was too good for Bruce Wilson, of Owaka),
• Balclutha also remained in contention with a 6-0 win over
Stirling. Neville Thomson led the Balclutha four to a 15-6
victory. Tony Cook and Darren Wolland won the pairs game for
Balclutha, 24-20 over Jamie Nicol and John Sutherland
(Stirling). This game was a thriller, which could have gone
In the singles, Gareth Thomson scored a win over Bob Sanders
South Otago open singles: Robert Wilson (Clutha
Valley) achieved his 17th centre title, when he won theSouth
Otago men's open singles championship, beating Brian Cowie
Wilson was too good on the night, while Cowie did notfind the
sort of form he had produced in the previous rounds.