Feniton Over-60s B secure promotion In the final match of their Over-60s Triples League campaign Feniton A narrowly lost 43-39 to Division Three champions Tiverton West End A, writes Roger Smith.
PUBLISHED: 17:38 07 September 2015
In the final match of their Over-60s Triples League campaign Feniton A narrowly lost 43-39 to Division Three champions Tiverton West End A, writes Roger Smith.
The winning rink was M Evans, J Livings and M Chipperfield (39-43).
Meanwhile, the B team have seen their season end on a successful note with them being promoted out of Division Six. This, despite losing their two most recent outings. Results elsewhere went in their favour to confirm them as runners-up.
In other action the men’s team lost to Middlesex Presidents team 141-111. The wining rink was M Mitchell, J Mabbutt, T Cox and D Conbeer (28-11).
The mixed team lost a very close match against Tiverton Borough, edged out 65-57.
However, they managed a convincing 96-57 win against Axminster by 96-57 with the winning rinks; F Jones, C Maynard, G Skinner and L Ley (31-10), F Brooks, E Goodenough, B Bowden and S Kury (30-9) and L Crook, J Skinner, A Coyne and T Cox (21-19).
The Finals Weekend of the internal club competitions saw Tony Kury defeat Alan Smith in the Men’s Singles by 21-8 and Ruth Clarke defeat Di Phillips by 21-10 in the Ladies Singles final.
The Club Singles was won by Stuart Crawford who defeated Tony Kury in a closely contested final 21-17.
The Club Pairs was won by Alan Smith and Don Coyne who emerged victorious over Mike Sellick and Liam Crawford by 26-15.
The Mixed Pairs was won by Di Phillips and Dave Sanders who overcame Glynda Blackmore and Richard North by 29-10 The Mixed Triples competition was won by Bill Bowden, Judy Smith and Liam Crawford who defeated Di Bowden, Dave Sanders and Graham Phillips by 20-14. The Husband and Wife competition was won by Stuart and Tracey Crawford who defeated Richard and Glenys North by 23-8.
Tracey Crawford defeated Val Jones by 22-3 in the final of the Marjorie Ferguson competition and in the Sir John Acland Trophy Roy Lovering defeated Bill Bowden 7-4, 7-4 7-5.
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