Feniton men’s Over-60s Triples League teams have mixed success

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The past week was one of mixed fortunes for the players involved with the Feniton men’s Over-60s Triples League teams, writes Roger Smith.

The A team defeated Tiverton Bowling Club by 33-27 with the winning rink the one of J Livings, A Smith and R Smith, who won 20-9.

However, they then lost their rearranged match away at Topsham C by 44 shots to 24.

The B team won their rearranged match against Crediton 43-29. The winning rink was C Maynard, G Phillips and R Clarke (23-9). However, they then lost 40-20 away at Pinces Gardens.

The Feniton ladies won their Over-50s League match against Seaton Reds by 32 shots to 29.


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The winning rink was P Figg, A Coyne and G North (20-11).They were also victorious against local rivals Ottery St Mary in the NBTL winning 39-28. The winning rinks were P Figg, D Bowden and D Phillips (24-14) and C Sanders, V Jones and Ru Clarke (15-14).

The mixed team had a convincing win in their East of Exe League meeting, also against Ottery St Mary who they defeated 78-57 with wins on all rinks.

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The successful rinks were D Downs, D Sanders, R Veitch and I Veitch (22-11), R Cooke, S Kury, A Smith and R Smith (18-12) , G Blackmore, G Phillips, P Goodwin and K Lovering (20-18) and T Cox, J Smith, A Evans and A Kury (18-16).

They mixed team also drew away with Heavitree in a friendly match 70-all.

The winning rinks were E Cox, D Bowden, A Kury (24-15), F Brooks, V Jones and G Phillips (16-10) and M Evans, B Bowden and J Livings (14-13). However, they won at home against Belmont by 74-59.

The winning rinks were A Pritchard, D Downs and I Veitch (27-11), F Jones, C Maynard and P Edmonds (20-14) and L Crook, M Whitcombe and G Phillips (16-15). They also had a very narrow victory away at Topsham by (102-101). The winning rinks were D Bowden, R Lovering, P Goodwin and D Coyne (30-12), D Downs, V Jones, G Phillips and I Veitch (18-17) and F Jones, B Bowden, J Smith and Ro Clarke.

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