The Victor Harbor Bowling Club has had a busy week holding some top events.
The March Classic Carnival was a two day carnival, which attracted 46 teams from across the metropolitan and regional areas of the state.
The show case event was held over two days with teams playing a total of four games of 21 ends each.
There were only four teams who won all their four games to share the aggregate prize money.
The winning team was a combination of bowlers from several clubs and was skippered by Glen McGough.
Peter Hammond from Brighton, Ian Williams from Naracoorte and Paul Harrison from Ascot Park finished off the top four.
Bridgestone Super Triples held its penultimate round of super triples and was sponsored by Harcourts Real Estate and Carly Schiiling was on hand to present the winners, Jeff Hollitt, Royce Munn and Ian Morris with their awards.
Their score of 59+36 was three points ahead of the rest of the field.
The final week will determine the winners of the aggregate scores for the whole season.
There are several teams within striking distance of the leaders, so the result could come to that final bowl.
RAA Night Owls continued and it was a return to cooler weather which did not stop an enjoyable night of bowls for the 24 teams.
With one week to go Snoozers and Shafted are locked in a battle for top spot.
The winners last week were Crikey Mate with a score of 30+22. Strange Encounters finished a close second with 29+11.