Feniton men suffer humiliating defeat at hands of Honiton in County Trophy

PUBLISHED: 12:32 25 June 2014 | UPDATED: 12:32 25 June 2014


The Feniton men’s team suffered a humiliating defeat to local rivals Honiton in the County Trophy competition losing on all four rinks by 45-104, writes Roger Smith.

In the Foxlands competition Seaton gained revenge for an earlier defeat in the Top Club competition winning by 43-28.

The winning Feniton rink was C Maynard, A Evans, D Evans and R Smith (22-20).

In the men’s over 60s triples league, the B team continued their winning ways defeating Sidmouth C by 45-25.

The winning rinks were E Goodenough, G Skinner and D Conbeer (24-13) and T Young, C Maynard and D Evans (21-12).

The A team lost again, this time being beaten 37-33 by Budleigh Salterton. The winning rink was D Sanders, R North and P Edmonds (20-14).

Feniton ladies lost to Madeira on all five rinks in the Grace Matthews competition. However, all the rinks were closely contested.

Meanwhile, in the NBTL competition they overwhelmed Phear Park by 45-17. The winning rinks were J Evans, D Phillips and R Veitch (24-7) and G. North, J Smith and A Coyne (21-10).

The mixed team lost 74-50 away to Chagford with the winning rinks being; F Jones, J Smith and J O’Sullivan (18-11) and M Mitchell, T Young and I Veitch (17-12). The week ended on a high note when they defeated tourists Watford and District by 135-121.

The winning rinks were J Evans, E Cox, J Mitchell and A Kury (41-16), G Blackmore, M Mitchell, T Young and D Coyne (27-12) and E Goodenough, A Coyne, M Chipperfield and R Smith (20-19).

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