Having been without for three weeks, the Oaktree Arena saw the action return on Wednesday evening, with the first leg of the South Western Challenge, as the 'Cases' Somerset Rebels Select side took on the National League's and local rivals, the Plymouth Gladiators, writes Dave Thompson.
On a very dry course, competing for the monthly Medal was, as usual, a daunting prospect for some, while, for others, it appeared not to be a problem as there were several handicap reductions, writes Ann Desmoulins.
Sidbury chalked up a fifth straight win of the Tolchards Devon League G Division East campaign, but they did see their 100 per cent record, in terms of points banked, ended by visiting Countess Wear 2nd XI.
The first Sunday of June saw Chardstock bowlers host a meeting with the Nomads, a group of bowlers from all over the south of England, who play matches to raise money for charity, writes Vaughan Fletcher.
Kilmington may have lost for the third time in five Tolchards Devon League B Division outings when they visited Plymstock, but skipper Brett Garner was remaining very upbeat post match - and with good reason.
Axminster lost for the second time this season in their Tolchards Devon League F Division East campaign when they were beaten by three wickets in a low scoring affair at home to table-topping Clyst St George.