With over half the league season gone the latest triples table shows the Falcon team top of the table unbeaten in all nine matches played. In second place is the Dove team with six victories. In the pairs competition the last two weeks matches have been affected by the weather.
Apologies for the delay! The final results are in and the indoor league tables have been updated. Congratulations to the following winning teams: Morning League – Pershore DH Afternoon League – Littleton SH Triples League – Chris Winnett’s team Rinks League – Rob Heming’s team – with a special call-out for completing the season unbeaten …
Ladies Singles Vicki Vernon 21 Bridget Cresswell 10 Secretary’s Cup Mike Emms 21 John Riley 17 Ladies Pairs Vicki Vernon/Jackie Glover 25 Bridget Cresswell/Pat …
In what proved to be a very close competitive season the Dove team won the league by 5 shots from their nearest challengers the Buzzards. Three teams finished on 16 points and only 5 points separated them from the bottom team.
Falcons 14 Avocets 22 Harriers 23 Canaries 9 Buzzards 21 Eagles 9 Gulls 8 Doves 29
Eagles 27 Canaries 11 Gulls 14 Falcons 11 Avocets 16 Harriers 17 Doves 16 Buzzards 21
There was another good turnout for the Annual Federation Day Event on Saturday 4th August. The winning pair were Linda Ogg and Dave Smith with a score of plus 14 and collected the Joe Newnham Trophy. Runners up were Andrew Auger and Paul Dunkley.
Congratulations to Jordan Shelton and Will Heming on winning the Mens County Pairs. In the final they beat Vines Park 18-17. On the way to the final they had wins over Chester Road 21-17, St Dunstans 23-7, Manor Park 35-6, Oldington 20-12 and in the semi-final Barbourne 23-15.
The final between Littleton and Vines Park will take place on Sunday 5th August at 10.00am at Chester Road Bowling Club, Kidderminster. Team Selected: Gardner, Ormsby, I Heming, Shelton W Heming, Cresswell, R Heming, Emms Tweney, Roberts, Norledge, Corbett Smith, Winnett, Martin, Cleaver. Reserves: Griffin, Gensler
After 9 matches only 5 points separate all eight teams. Falcons have gone top after beating previous leaders Buzzards 16-15 this by gaining two shots on the final end. Canaries 20 Gulls 11 Doves 26 Avocets 19 Eagles 28 Harriers 10 Falcons 16 Buzzards 15