Axminster bowls winners

PUBLISHED: 19:06 10 October 2012

Colin Eaton (right) from Honiton hearing centre presents new shirts to Honiton bowls club. Also in the photo from the left are Sam Eaton,Chairman Keith Parsons,Kieran Daniels,Hannah Morfey and President Doug Hirons.Photo by Terry Ife ref mhh 1226-35-12TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Colin Eaton (right) from Honiton hearing centre presents new shirts to Honiton bowls club. Also in the photo from the left are Sam Eaton,Chairman Keith Parsons,Kieran Daniels,Hannah Morfey and President Doug Hirons.Photo by Terry Ife ref mhh 1226-35-12TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Axminster OBC have completed their competition finals with Andy ‘Star’ Spiller living up to his nickname, winning all seven of his finals!

Ladies’ four-wood singles-Winner Margaret Crompton, R/U Ann Clayton: 2-wood singles -Winner Ann Clayton, R/U Liz Earl; Singles ‘101’-Winner Ann Clayton, R/U Margaret Crompton; PAIRS (4-wood)- Winners Margaret Crompton and Margaret Brown, R/U Joan Quick and Barbara Mowatt

Men’s four wood singles- Winner Andy Spiller, R/U David Harris; 2-wood singles- Winner Andy Spiller,R/U Bob Sherborne; Singles ‘101’- Winner Andy Spiller, R/U Les Clark; Pairs (4-wood)- Winners Andy Spiller, Steven Apsey, R/U Brian Clark and John Hill; Mixed pairs (4 wood)- Winners Margaret Crompton and Andy Spiller,R/U Ann Clayton and Les Clark; (3-wood)- Winners Marion Harris and Andy Spiller, R/U Margaret Crompton and David Harris

Open singles (4-wood)- Winner Andy Spiller, R/U Ann Clayton; Non-winners’ Trophy- Winner Mary Preston, R/U Liz Earl; Club umbrella -Winner David Harris, R/U Margaret Brown; Triples- Winner David Harris, R/U Les Clark.


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