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NBA awards best bowlers

27/07/2018
by Rodney Pienaar
Sports

The Namibia Bowling Association held its annual awards ceremony for its best performing bowlers of 2017 last week in the capital.

The Most Promising Bowler award was awarded to Huipie van Wyk, who showed enormous potential and is very committed to becoming a top class bowler.

Sportsmanship award was awarded to Colin Peake.

Team of the year was won by African States Tournament 2017 Ladies team, consisting of Lesley Vermeulen; Sheena du Toit; Marietjie van den Bergh; Amanda Steenkamp and Anjuleen Viljoen, who won Bronze in Fours, Gold in Singles and Pairs and Silver overall.

Ladies Player of the Year, award winner is Marietjie van den Bergh. Men's Player of the Year was scooped by Will Esterhuizen.