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24 November 2017

After a solid start for George Maris in the Mick George Sports Challenge, that saw him gain an early lead following the Golf encounter, attention swiftly turns to the second trial.

Despite a sterling effort from Brad Halliday which saw him come a close runner-up after a strong finish, the same can’t be said for striker Uche Ikpeazu, who we can safely assume will be glad to see the back of the Golf Course in favour of a new venue.

This time around, the player’s credentials will be tested on the Bowling alley.

Already ahead, George Maris approached the challenge with an air of relaxation, while Brad Halliday was determined to get revenge on his housemate, and Uche Ikpeazu was hoping to improve on his previous performance.

As it turned out, one player is quite the dab-hand at Bowling and managed to score 149 after finishing strongly, with a 'Turkey' - 3 consecutive strikes!

But who was crowned the U's Kingpin? Can George Maris extend his lead, can Brad Halliday go one better than previously or can Uche Ikpeazu redeem himself after his former display?

Find out by watching the full video at

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