Feniton men enjoy great run of success

PUBLISHED: 22:43 24 July 2013 | UPDATED: 22:43 24 July 2013

Feniton’s men ‘s teams are enjoying a fine recent run of success, writes Roger Smith.

In the past month they have reached the section 3 finals of both the Foxlands competition and the Top Club competition.

In reaching the final of the Foxlands competition they defeated Axminster by 53-14.

The winning rinks were; I Veitch, A Smith, A Kury and D Evans (30-5) and R Cooke, D Coyne, P Spreadbury and K Lovering (23-9).

Unfortunately, they lost on both rinks in the final against Madeira.

In the Top Club competition they defeated Chardstock by four rinks to one.

The winning rinks were; S Dommett (2 wood) 22-19, A Kury (4 wood) 21-11, I Veitch and K Lovering (pairs) 32-14 and A Smith, E Cox, Ro Clarke and D Coyne (fours) 19-7.

Against Axminster they were victorious on all rinks played!

The winning rinks were A Kury (4 woods) 21-13, S Dommett (2 woods) 21-15, I Veitch and K Lovering (pairs) 36-4, A Smith, R Clarke, D Evans and R Smith (triples) 30-7 and R Cooke, D Coyne and P Spreadbury (fours) 11-5.

They will now meet Madeira in the section final.

In the County trophy competition they have had a fine 81-67 win over Honiton where the winning rinks were; I Veitch, E Cox, A Kury and S Dommett (29-8), R Cooke, G Phillips, J Skinner and P Spreadbury (19-17) and A Smith, R Clarke, D Evans and R Smith (18-16).

The 101-52 success over Budleigh Salterton produced the following wining rinks; A Smith, R Clarke, D Evans and R Smith (29-7), A Evans, D Viles, D Coyne and K Lovering (27-12), R Cooke, G Phillips, R North and P Spreadbury (23-15) and I Veitch, E Cox, A Kury and S Dommett (22-18).


If you value what this story gives you, please consider supporting the Midweek Herald. Click the link in the orange box above for details.

Become a supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Latest from the Midweek Herald