Feniton pair into Section Three final of the County singles competition

PUBLISHED: 14:45 31 May 2018 | UPDATED: 09:29 04 June 2018

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The Feniton men’s Over-60s A and B teams both returned to their losing ways last week, writes Roger Smith.

The A team narrowly lost away at Budleigh Salterton by 29 shots to 32 with their winning rink being the one of R Smith, G Phillips and J Skinner, 18-13. The B team lost away at Madeira C, beaten on both rinks.

It was better though fore the ladies was they had a good win in their Over-50s League match against Exeter St Thomas, winning 38-26. The winning rink being the one of G Blackmore, A Pritchard and D Phillips, 21-8.

Unfortunately, the ladies lost their Inter Club match against Byeways, going down by 40 shots to 46. The one successful rink was that of P Figg, D Bowden, A Coyne and J Smith, 22-15.

In their first East of Exe League match, the mixed team defeated Tiverton Park by 76 shots to 51. The winning rinks were C Maynard, D Bowden, D Coyne and J Skinner, 28-9 and D Sanders, V Murdoch, R Binmore and K Lovering, 21-17

The mixed team defeated visitors Axminster by 80 shots to 42. The winning rinks were L Crook, S Kury and A Kury, 26-7, G Skinner, D Bowden and L Ley, 21-9 and V Murdoch, B Bowden and D Conbeer, 16-9.

They the won away at Bridport by 90 shots to 63 and the winning rinks were A Murdoch, A Coyne, S Kury and A Kury, 29-8, L Crook,V Murdoch, R Smith and G Phillips, 26-13 and D Bowden, B Bowden, D Sanders and A Smith, 21-15.

Last, but certainly not least from this latest report, congratulations, to Ian Veitch and R Binmore, who have reached the Section Three final of the County singles competition.


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