Leaders too tough for Neaton
WATTON (Loch Neaton) Bowls Club Ladies, at home to league leaders Thetford on Monday, were beaten by 7-1. They are at home again on Thursday in a rearranged match with Swaffham.
WATTON (Loch Neaton) Bowls Club Ladies, at home to league leaders Thetford on Monday, were beaten
by 7-1. They are at home again on Thursday in a rearranged match with Swaffham.
Only one match was played in the ADL when the C team lost 6-2 away to Feltwell B. The games for the A team, home to Ashill, and B team, away to Dereham St Nicholas, were cancelled due to the wet.
The men recorded a fine away win at Hingham B Max and John's rinks both won whilst Kevin was overcome by Alf and his rink. The shots went to Watton by 59 to 55, resulting in a 4-1 victory.
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The final match of the season is at home to leaders Thetford B.
Dorothy and Ron hosted President's Day on Saturday. On a perfect bowling day 30 players turned out in their whites to contest five mixed triple games over 18 ends. The eventual winners were Pam Crockett, Phil Douglas and John Walkling.
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The visitors on Sunday were Brookers of Stevenage. This is an annual fixture, which has been going now for many years. This was a special day for young Ryan Rudling, making his debut for Watton.
Having only started bowling a few weeks ago he has made remarkable progress and is one to watch for the future. Being on a winning rink was his icing on the cake.