Finals race heating up with two rounds to play
The race for spots in the SA Super League finals is heating up following a massive double header on Sunday at the Salisbury Bowling Club.
Round four of the League competition saw the Southern Blazers score a hard-fought win over the Western Rogues, with James Mader and Sam Denton leading the way with a 13-shot win in the pairs.
A five-shot win by Karen Gatto in the singles headlined an important win for the Central Chargers over the Eastern Raiders.
The Mallee Pirates registered a narrow win over the South Eastern Spartans, with Jose Gil, Matthew Hull and Vicki Arbon scoring a six-shot win in the triples.
The Northern Knights continued their strong form with a win over the Heysen Comets, with Simon Dorr starring with an 11-shot win in the singles.
The ladder leading Knights backed up their round four win with a victory over the Pirates in round five, thanks largely to a 13-shot win by Todd Brand and Corey Jackson in the pairs.
The Chargers stayed in the hunt for the minor premiership with a tough win over the Blazers, with an 11-shot win by Wayne Ruediger and Nathan Pedersen in the pairs proving crucial.
The Comets bounced back to form with a win over the Spartans, with a 14-shot win by Tim Hicks and Brett Davis in the pairs proving key.
The Raiders kept their finals hopes alive with a win over the Rogues, which included a 14-shot win by Andrew Burton, Jeff Krebbekx and Paul Uranjek in the triples.
The Reserves competition sees the Raiders leading the way at the top of the ladder by two points over the Spartans, while the Blazers sit a further three points back in third.
The junior competition has seen the Rogues move into top spot, with the Raiders, Blazers and Chargers all just one win behind.
The minor round comes to a close with a double header for rounds six and seven at the Salisbury Bowling Club this Sunday.