"The medical aid provider has sponsored the 37th edition to the tune of P20,000," Botswana Bowling Association
(BBA) public relations officer, John Gaborutwe
said in the ladies's fours, Selebi-Phikwe emerged as leading contenders after going through the round-robin stages unbeaten.
pointed out that the winner from last year, George McKechnie from Orapa is not participating in this year's competition.
observed that with a number of fancied players also due to meet in the first few rounds, the draw is likely to be thrown wide open.
said the Championships would continue for the entire week, culminating in the finals in all disciplines on Saturday.
Meanwhile, BOMAID business development manager, Thulaganyo Molebatsi
said they saw it fit to sponsor the tournament for the third year running.
said that they could not have found a better sporting code to be associated with.
"We have to note that the bowling team from Botswana will be participating in the World Bowls Championship this year.
This is evidence of the results of hard work that BBA
has in the past years," he