Feniton out of County Trophy Section Three final at hands of Madeira from Exmouth

PUBLISHED: 16:29 06 August 2013 | UPDATED: 16:29 06 August 2013


Feniton men’s dreams in the County Trophy Section 3 final were thwarted by a strong Madeira team, writes Roger Smith.

Feniton lost three rinks to one with one rink tied.

The successful rink was the 4-woods team skipper by A Kury that won 21-14.

In the men’s Over-60s Triples League the Feniton A team continued their excellent form with a fine 46-24 win at Culm Vale B.

The winning rinks were; A Smith, R Smith and R Arundell (31-12), and E Cox, P Edmonds and A Evans (15-12).

The B team narrowly lost 33-29 to North Tawton C with the successful rink being that of G Skinner, T Young and D Evans (18-15).

The men’s team also defeated Seaton in a friendly match by 85-75. The winning rinks were S Nevill, J Skinner and D Evans (25-16) and J Wheatley, L Ley and A Kury (22-14).

Unfortunately the Feniton ladies’ lost their friendly meeting with Seaton ladies, going down 57-46.

The sole winning rink was that of G Smith, Ru Clarke, J Smith and R Veitch (22-15).

In their East Devon League match against Crediton Feniton were in good form and triumphed 44-34. The winning rink was G Blackmore, Ru Clarke, S Miller and S Kury (29-13). However, they lost away against Honiton in a friendly match by 39-55. The winning rink was G Blackmore, G North and S Kury (17-15).

The mixed team lost a close encounter with Pinces Garden by 116 to 119.

The winning rinks were; G Blackmore, C Sanders, T Young and P Spreadbury (34-20), M Evans, E Goodenough, D Phillips and D Coyne (19-12) and L Crook, E Cox, Ru Clarke and A Smith (25-20). They returned to winning form beating Topsham by 137 to 100.

The winning rinks were L Crook, E Cox, D Phillips and K Lovering (28-10), N Cox, D Morris, R North and G Phillips (30-16), M Evans, J Smith, L Ley and S Kury (22-12), G Blackmore, E Goodenough, E Rolph and A Kury (24-17) and L Morris, J Rolph, D Coyne and R Cooke (17-14).

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