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Bowler Bash

It started in March 2009 when we decided to invite all of the bowlers from arcross Namibia to our then Club Manager's farewell function. The event was hugely successful with well over 100 people in attendance and so was born our biannual Bowler Bash.

The party usually has a relevant theme and although it takes place after the League games on a Saturday, most bowlers and their guests make some effort to dress accordingly.

Our next Bowler Bash is scheduled for 25 June 2011. The unusually long rain season may have wreaked havoc with our plans though. Visit the News page regularly for any updates..

*If you have attended any of our Bowler Bashes and have photographs of the occasion, let us know, we'd like to include them on this page.

21 - Relive your coming of Age

March 2011

Our Bowler Bash evening on the 12th March lived up to all expectation,  despite the afternoon downpour. The theme, "21 - Relive your coming of age", was in celebration of Namibia's 21 years of Independence.



Incredible India
July 2010

It was great to see so many people took to the theme and dress up for an evening in New Delhi to the celebrate the 19th Commonwealth Games.

With every bowling club making a presence at the party it seems we are developing a reputation for putting on a good time.

The Social Committee did a great job to organise the event with only two week’s notice.

Thanks to all the members that stepped in to help make this a success, your contributions are much appreciated. A special thanks also to Piet Du Plooy and PJ Services for giving up their time to enclose the front and back verandas of the Club House for the occasion.


2010 Feva World Cup
March 2010

Our World Cup Bowler Bash was, once again, a rip-roaring success.

With most dressed supporting their favourite team, the vuvuzela blaring and bowlers catching up with happenings across the country there was a real atmosphere of 
community.

Thanks to everyone that helped out with the organising.

Round 'em Up
June 2009


Rodney's Farewell

March 2009


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