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Thame Bowls Club weekly report 6


 

Thame Bowls Club ladies won again during the week to maintain their 100% record so far this season. They beat Aston Clinton by 25 points to 21 with Janet Shannon, Jill Brooks and Caroline Walker and Jane Kimber, Marion Keal and Shirley Foster sharing the honours of highest winning rinks.

Their male counterparts in the Oxfordshire League suffered a resounding defeat against Shiplake 46 points to 95 losing on all rinks and dropping to fifth position overall. The mixed sides also lost to Aylesbury Town and Long Crendon but the Midweek Cup, a new internal competition has been well supported with the final taking place this week.

The Whitsun Trophy was also keenly contested over the Bank Holiday weekend and the eventual winners were Ann Ashfield, Marion Keal, Sharon Heafey and skip Ron Duncan who beat Roger Mackriell, Maire Duncan, Mike Ralls and John Ashfield in the final. The beaten semi finalists were Kevin Sharman, Frances Goodyear, Graham Watson and John Walker and Mike Zakaszewski, Jane Kimber, Jill Brooks and Chris Shannon.

The Club also continues with the ‘Go Active Gold’ campaign designed for brand new bowlers every Tuesday evening at 6.00 pm and the numbers of attendees so far has proved very encouraging.


 

Mike Ralls

 

27 May 2019

 

 

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