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Thame Bowls Club weekly match report 9

Thame Bowlers survived most of the weather during the last week to complete three matches. The men beat a strong Bloxham side in the Oxfordshire and District League, Division 3 by 64 shots to 56 giving them a useful 4 league points; the best rink was played by Ron Duncan, John Ashfield, Les Canfield and skip Bill Giles.

The home match against High Wycombe was a good win 130 – 88 and the highest winning rink was played by Ian Rutherford, Derek Goodyear, Keith Brooks and Marion Keal that included a maximum ‘Hot Shot’ score of 8 on one end, but the Sunday game against Princes Risborough saw a defeat by 74 shots to 90. Thame’s best rink was played by Jesse Matthews, Marion Keal again and newcomer Gini Williams.

The Club has participated in the SODC ‘Go Active Gold’ campaign, designed to promote sports for all ages and they have benefitted by a number of new bowlers taking up the offer of a free six week course which comes to an end this week. Approximately 20 new members have joined the Club so far this season thereby bucking the trend seen in other clubs over recent years.

Mike Ralls

17 June 2019

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