Feniton enjoy win double in Over-60s Triples League meetings with Okehampton teams

PUBLISHED: 17:38 12 August 2015 | UPDATED: 17:38 12 August 2015

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There was double success for the Feniton A and B teams in their respective Over-60s Triples League matches last week, writes Roger Smith.

The A team defeated Okehampton A 24-17 to ease any concerns about relegation.

The winning rink was R North, A Smith and R Smith (15-8), with the other rink being tied at 9-9.

The B team won against Okehampton C with success on both rinks, by 31-22, to secure maximum points and thereby maintain their second position in the league and hopes of promotion for a second year running!

The winning rinks were C Maynard, A Morgan, D Conbeer (18-11) and L Crook, D Sanders and G Phillips (13-11).

The men’s team lost to tourists Pembrokeshire County Bowling Association by 88 shots to 123 with the winning rink being; T Cox, B Bowden, A Morgan and R Smith (17-14).

The mixed team lost narrowly, 104-97 to tourists Stratford-upon-Avon.

The winning rinks were; L Crook, J Mitchell, D Coyne and K Lovering (30-17) and B Bowden, M Mitchell, S Goodenough and A Kury (25-18). They then defeated Tiverton West End 86-71 and here the winning rinks were; L Ley, J Smith, M Whitmore and A Kury (21-12) , D Bowden, G Skinner, S Kury and R Smith (19-16) and B Bowden, J Skinner, G Phillips and I Veitch (26-23), and the other rink was tied. Finally, there was an excellent 139-116 success against Branksome Park by 139-116. The winning rinks were V Jones, J Wheatley, R Cooke and K Lovering (30-10), L Crook, J Skinner, D Conbeer and S Kury (21-13), G Blackmore, G Skinner, S Kury and I Veitch (20-13), F Jones, A Pritchard, T Cox and D Coyne (19-15), A Hughes, E Cox, J Mitchell and C Granger (20-19) and F Brooks, E Goodenough, J Smith and R Veitch (20-19).


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