Feniton Bowling Club celebrates a wonderful 2012
Feniton Bowling Club held its annual dinner and presentation night at The Tumbling Weir Restaurant, writes Roger Smith.
The Club celebrated a most successful season with the ladies finishing runners up in the East Devon League.
The two men’s over sixties teams finished third in the respective division in the Exeter and District league. They also finished third in the Section 3 County Trophy competition.
President, Michael Chipperfield, announced that Christine Granger had gained her County Badge.
He then made the presentations to the winners and runners up of the annual competitions.
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The full list of winners is: Club Singles, Steve Dommett (winner), Tony Kury (winner); Ladies Singles, Lynda Dommett (winner), Di Phillips (runner-up); Men’s Handicap, Robin Cooke (winner), John Rolph (runner-up); Ladies Handicap, Judy Smith (winner), Glenys North (runner-up), Mens-2 Wood, Tony Kury (winner), Graham Philllips (runner-up); Ladies 2 Wood, Di Phillips (winner), Judy Smith (runner-up); 3-Bowl Singles, Martyn Eveleigh (winner), David Evans (runner-up); Club Pairs, Don Coyne and Dave Sanders (winners), David Evans and Richard North (runners-up); Mixed Pairs, John Livings and Eileen Rolph (winners), Mike Evans and Di Phillips (runners-up); Mixed Triples, Joan Evans, Graham Phillips and Jo O’Sullivan (winners), Ruth Clarke, Les Ley and David Evans (runners-up); 3-Bowl Pairs, Jim Skinner and Sue Kury (winners), Tony Kury and Bonnie Halse (runners-up), Husband and Wife, Ian and Ruby Veitch (winners), Roger and Judy Smith (runners-up); Sir John Acland, Di Phillips (winner), John Livings (runner-up); Founders Shield, Joyce Lovell (winner), Graham Perryman (runner-up), Marjorie Ferguson Trophy, Di Phillips (winner), Liz Morris (runner-up); Singles League David Evans (winner) and Les Ley (runner-up).
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