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Thame Bowls Club weekly report 7


 

Thame Bowls Club played three friendly matches during the week and although the ladies could only draw 47 points each against Princes Risborough, to spoil their 100% record to date (highest winning rink Marion Keal, Jill Brooks & Doreen Penn), the two weekend games were heavy defeats against Abingdon and Chesham. It was encouraging however to see a number of new bowlers take to the Green for Thame and results will inevitably improve with practice.

The home leg of the Norfolk Cup against South Oxford finished 52 points to Thame and 64 points to Oxford with Thame’s highest winning rink played by Ron Duncan, Mike Ralls, Les Canfield and skip Bill Giles. The away leg will be played on Friday 7 June at South Oxford’s green when the trophy will be awarded to the winning team.

The Midweek Cup, a new competition this year, with sixteen bowlers competing over three weeks, drew to a close and the trophy was taken by Barry Green, Val Sawyer, Jill Brooks and Leonard Grimshaw by a winning margin of just 2 points.

Mike Ralls

 

3 June 2019

 

 

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