Chardstock B win well at Belmont C in Over-60s League match

PUBLISHED: 13:47 05 July 2018

Sidmouth bowling club hosted a tournament at the weekend. Ref shsp 28-16AW 2225. Picture: Alex Walton

Sidmouth bowling club hosted a tournament at the weekend. Ref shsp 28-16AW 2225. Picture: Alex Walton

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In the Over-60s Triples League, Chardstock B team continued their impressive start to the season with an away win against Belmont C, writes Vaughan Fletcher.

Having won six of their nine games, they are currently third in their division.

On a beautiful Monday evening the club played host to Feniton in the East of Exe League.

Unfortunately, the result didn’t match the weather with Feniton being comfortable winners.

Recent Results:

Exeter & District Over-60s Triples League:

Marina B 39, Chardstock A 22; M Copp, J Rolph and J Porter (8-25); M Rogers, K Wakelin and N Denslow (14-14).

Belmont C 28, Chardstock B 50; G Bodily, B Howard and T Dredge (19-17); A Badley, D Eldridge and W Kerr (31-11)

East of Exe League:

Chardstock 42, Feniton 64: R Pratt, A Badley, J Porter and T Dredge (18-15); P Baldwin, D Eldridge, G Campbell and J Rolph (10-10); M Copp, J Pratt, G Bodily and S Jeffrey (5-22); N Mugridge, V Fletcher, E Rolph and A Dredge (9-17)

Friendly Matches:

Chardstock 67, Charmouth 31: M Davenport, A Callagan and S Jeffrey (17-10); J Currie, J Pratt and A Sebright (24-9); P Waddington, P Baldwin and J Rolph (26-12)

Yeovil Ladies 48, Chardstock ladies 48: J Tinkler, J Porter and G Campbell (15-17); D Emery, P Baldwin and A Sebright (13-19); M Davenport, C Bradford and A Dredge (20-12)


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