Bowls: four South Perth Bowling Club men’s teams set for post-season action

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SOUTH Perth Bowling Club men’s pennant teams concluded their regular season last week, with four of seven sides to feature in pennant or promotion finals.

Thursday One White defeated Manning 67-60 (5-1), and finished second behind Sorrento who earn the right to host the pennant finals.

A rematch with Manning this week will see the winner make the pennant final and promotion to Premier League should Sorrento defeat Spearwood.

Two White, who secured automatic promotion the week before, were beaten 49-69 (1-5) at Leeming.

South Perth will travel to Quinns Rocks to play Yokine with the winner moving into the pennant final.

Four Blue continued their winning form, travelling to Morley and recorded a 85-35 (6-0) win, their sixth in a row.

With that result The Millers were able to overtake Yokine and will play promotion finals hosts North Perth.

Two more wins would earn promotion to third division next season.

The South Perth and Como combined Six Red side finished their season with a victory over Manning, 40-30 (4-0).

The win enabled them to leapfrog their opponent and finish second on the table but unfortunately there are no promotion finals for teams in sixth division.

The Saturday Premier League side had secured its place in the top tier next season in round 17, and finished the year off on a winning note with an 86-74 (7-1) away win at Morley.

One Blue North had to beat Osborne Park to avoid a sudden-death challenge match to keep their place in first division.

They duly accounted for the visiting Saints side, 86-67 (7-1) and climbed to fifth to retain first division status.

Four White hosted first placed Rossmoyne and upset heir guests 79-66 (5-3), and held onto third place on the ladder.

They will play Leeming at either at either Pickering Brook or South Perth, with the winner earning the right to play for promotion to third division.

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