Watton bowl their way through

Watton Loch Neaton Bowls Club played the first round of the Bales Cup annual competition and travelled to Dereham at the St Nicholas bowling green. Watton were successful in winning on all three rinks and go through to the second round which is to be played at Ashill on June 4.

Watton Loch Neaton Bowls Club played the first round of the Bales Cup annual competition and travelled to Dereham at the St Nicholas bowling green.

Watton were successful in winning on all three rinks and go through to the second round which is to be played at Ashill on June 4. Watton then travelled to Shropham where they lost on two rinks, on Saturday with a difference of 10 shots.

It was the annual Captain's v Vice-Captain's match which was triples, followed by tea and biscuits in wonderful weather.

The vice-captain Tony Watson was a worthy winner, outbowling captain Max Hodges with a score of 87-64.


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The Norfolk U25 Singles Match was held between Nathan Watson and Ryan Rudling at Watton on Friday. The winner was Nathan with a score of 21-14. He now goes through to the next round.

The club would dearly love to see more U25's come along and bowl. On Friday evenings the club offers free tuition from 6.15pm onwards. Come along and try it!

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