Feniton B bag brace of Over-60s Triples League points

11:25 19 August 2014

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In the over 60s triples league, the B team secured two points against Marina C when they lost narrowly by 33-35, writes Roger Smith.

The winning rink was L Crook, C Maynard and D Evans (18-17). The A team lost to, top of the table, Seaton A by 19-48 and are still at risk of possible relegation.

The ladies lost their NBTL match against St Thomas by 29-34. The winning rink was J Evans, D Phillips and R Veitch.

However, they defeated local rivals Ottery St Mary by 32-27. The winning rink was G Blackmore, D Phillips and R Veitch (32-27).

The mixed team defeated visitors Chagford by 57-33. The winning rinks were J Evans, S Goodenough and D Coyne (25-7), J Smith, G Skinner and D Evans (7-13) nd E Goodenough, S Kury and R Smith (15-13).

They also had another good win against visitors Uffculme by 83-64.

The winning rinks were C Maynard, A Pritchard, D Conbeer and D Coyne (27-11), I Veitch, G Skinner, E Rolph and G Philllips (21-10) and T Young, R Lovering, S Kury and K Lovering (24-21).

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