Feniton duo in Madeira Triples triumph

PUBLISHED: 09:38 22 July 2015

The triples team of Ian Veitch and Kevin Lovering (Feniton) together with Exonia bowler Colin Mees and the Madeira Triples trophy.

The triples team of Ian Veitch and Kevin Lovering (Feniton) together with Exonia bowler Colin Mees and the Madeira Triples trophy.


In the Two Counties League, Feniton defeated Hemyock 86-63, writes Roger Smith.

The winning rinks were S Goodenough, D Phillips, L Crawford and K Lovering (28-11), J Smith, R Lovering, S Kury and A Evans (25-11) and G Blackmore, E Cox, S Crawford and A Kury.

In the Over-60s men’s Triples League Feniton A lost a rearranged match against Starcross by 38 shots to 30.

The winning rink was M Evans, A Smith and J Skinner (20-14).

That reversal was followed by another defeat, this time at Dawlish Marina with the home side winning 34-26.

The successful Feniton rink was the one of R North, P Edmonds and A Evans (15-13). The B team travelled to Uffculme where they banked just a brace of points.

Defeat also for the ladies as they went down 34-26 in their NBTL match at Exonia. The winning Feniton rink was the one of V Jones, J Smith and G North (19-15).

However, there was success for the mixed team as they landed a thrilling 56-54 success at Heavitree. Here the winning rinks were: V Jones, D Bowden and K Lovering (20-8), L Crook, A Hughes and A Morgan (15-12) and F Jones, M Evans and R North (15-13).

The next game, at home to Tiverton West End saw the visitors secure a 120-77 win with the lone home success a 24-15 win for F Jones, B Bowden, M Mitchell and A Smith.

Last, but not least in team matches, there was a 63-50 home defeat to Uffculme.

Elsewhere there was a terrific success for a Feniton pairing who ventured to Exmouth to take part in the Madeira Triples competition.

Ian Veitch and Kevin Lovering teamed up with Exonia bowler Colin Mees and the threesome landed a trophy triumph.

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