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PUBLISHED: 13:29 18 August 2011 | UPDATED: 13:29 18 August 2011

Playing for Honiton Bowls Club is Rick Gordon against Ottery St Mary on Saturday. Photo by Terry Ife ref mhsp 7326-29-11TI To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Playing for Honiton Bowls Club is Rick Gordon against Ottery St Mary on Saturday. Photo by Terry Ife ref mhsp 7326-29-11TI To order your copy of this photograph visit www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Feniton ladies’ recent run of success continued with another good win away at Honiton by 62-57. The winning rink was Anne Edwards, Jane Sherwin, Ruby Veitch and Sue Kury 25-15, writes Roger Smith.

The over-60s’ teams continued their roller coaster ride of results. The B team was unlucky to lose by one shot to Tiverton Borough 34-35, thereby securing just two points. The A team lost on both rinks to Marina B by 33-43.

The mixed team enjoyed a close victory away at Tiverton Borough by 92-87. The winning rinks were John Dibble, Lynda Dommett and Sue Kury 17-9, Eddie Cox, Graham Phillips and Tony Kury 17-11 and Bob Crowe-Swords, Glenys North and Les Ley 14-12. In another away match at Madeira, the mixed team lost a close match by 71-79. The winning rinks were Frank Brooks, Ted Goodenough, Lynda Dommett and Roger Smith 22-12 and Gill Smith, Judy Smith, Frank Imms and Don Conbeer 22-21.

The mixed team finished off the week with a convincing win away to Cullompton by 79-66. The winning rinks were Frank Jones, Eddie Cox, John Rolph and Sue Kury 26-17, Norma Cox, Bob Crowe- Swords, Robin Cooke and Kevin Lovering 18-14 and John Dibble, Colin Cheesley, Les Ley and Tony Kury 18-16.


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