Feniton B win final Triples League game and now sit and wait to see if they’ll be promoted.

PUBLISHED: 16:54 02 September 2014 | UPDATED: 16:54 02 September 2014

Feniton Bowls Club 3-bowls pair's competition and the two sets of fianlists that ended with Sue Kury and Roger Smith defeating Dave Sanders and Liz Morris.

Feniton Bowls Club 3-bowls pair's competition and the two sets of fianlists that ended with Sue Kury and Roger Smith defeating Dave Sanders and Liz Morris.

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Feniton’s final Exeter and District Over-60s Triples League matches produced a maximum points win for the B team, writes Roger Smith.

Belmont B were beaten 37-23 with the winning rinks being; C Maynard, D Conbeer and D Evans (20-11) and L Ley G Phillips and R Clarke (17-12).

However, promotion cannot yet be confirmed as the second and third teams in the table have games still to play.

Meanwhile, Feniton A defeated Culm Vale C 42-38, to finish in a mid-table berth. The winning rink was; D Sanders, A Smith and A Evans (24-15).

The ladies final match in the NBTL against Heavitree was drawn, with both teams sharing the points, as a consequence of heavy rain curtailing the match after six ends. In their final EDL the ladies went down 37-25 to Madeira. The winning rink was G Blackmore, J Mitchell, D Phillips and R Veitch (17-12).

The mixed team lost 77-51 at Cullompton where the winning Feniton rink was the one of A Hughes, R Lovering, S Kury and K Lovering (18-10).

The mixed team bounced back to win narrowly at Culm Vale by 80-78. The winning rinks were; A Coyne, A Hughes, Ro Clarke and J Skinner (24-17) and L Ley, G North, D Conbeer and D Coyne (23-20).

The weekend was taken up with the Club 3-bowl pair’s competition. In the semi-finals both matches went to a deciding sudden-death end.

David Sanders and Liz Morris defeated D Phillips and K Lovering 20-18 and Sue Kury and Roger Smith defeated Cara Sanders and Tony Kury by 12-10.

In the final Sue Kury and Roger Smith overcame Dave Sanders and Liz Morris by 21-7.


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