Feniton B finish Over-60s Triples League as Division Three runners-up
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The past week was another successful week for Feniton Bowls Club, writes Roger Smith.
In the Exeter and District over 60s league the A team defeated Budleigh Salterton 40-25 to finish as runners up in Division Three and thereby win promotion to Division Two for next year.
The winning rinks were D Sanders, R North and J Skinner (24-13) and M Evans, A Smith and R Smith (16-12). The B team finished their season with a good 41-28 away win at Crediton and consequently finished mid-table in Division Five. The winning was C Maynard, L Let and R Clarke (23-8).
The mixed team lost their friendly with local rivals Ottery St Mary by 94 shots to 84. The winning rink was V Jones, A Morgan, J Smith and I Veitch (27-12).
However, they enjoyed a comfortable 127-93 win against visitors Wellington.
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The winning rinks were V Jones, T Cox and R Clarke (31-8), M Evans, F Jones and D Conbeer (24-11), G Blackmore, D Sanders and L Ley (25-13) and A Hughes, B Bowden and R Vietch (21-17).
The week concluded with the Club President’s Day. Club president, Mr Richard North laid on an excellent spread and the whole afternoon was enjoyed by everyone.
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The Spider was won by Roy Lovering and the bowls competition was narrowly won by F Jones, Ru Clarke and R Smith with a score of plus 14. The proceeds from the day of £230 went to the Parkinson’s Society.