Feniton bowlers have excellent week on the green

PUBLISHED: 15:47 04 June 2013 | UPDATED: 15:47 04 June 2013

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The men’s section has had a most successful week, writes Roger Smith.

It started with a win against Madeira in their first County Trophy match of the season by 77-75, despite winning on only one rink and tying on another, thereby securing nine points.

The winning rink was R Cooke, G Phillips, J Skinner and P Spreadbury with a 17-9 triumph.

This was followed by a nail-biting victory in the Top Club competition defeating Phear Park by three rinks to two.

The match hinged on the pairs, with the score tied at 19-19, after 21 ends and an extra end had to be played which Feniton won. The winning rinks were G Phillips, J Skinner and P Spreadbury17-9, R Cooke, A Smith, D Evans and R Smith 19-15 and I Veitch and K Lovering 20-19.

In the over 60s men’s triples league the A team returned to winning form with a win against Culm Vale C by 31-20, gaining eight points.

The winning rinks were J Livings, R North and R Arundell 17-9 and E Cox, M Chipperfield and R Smith 14-11.Unfortunately, the B team lost on both rinks away at North Tawton.

The ladies lost their Inter Club match against Sidmouth by 36-48. The winning rink was D Phillips, A Pritchard, G North and R Veitch 25-19.

The mixed team lost away at Phear Park by 63-74. The winning rink was J Evans, J Wheatley, G Skinner and R North 30-14. They also narrowly lost away to Chudleigh by 110 -116.

The winning rinks were R Veitch, D Viles and I Veitch 22-14, S Dommett, D Phillips and P Spreadbury 22-15 and G Smith, B Purkiss, D Evans and A Kury 18-13.

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