Feniton return to winning ways

PUBLISHED: 14:11 19 August 2009 | UPDATED: 00:00 16 June 2010

The Feniton Men s Over-60s B team lost a re-arranged fixture to Tiverton by 35 shots to 42.

The Feniton Men's Over-60s B team lost a re-arranged fixture to Tiverton by 35 shots to 42.

The winning rink was E Goodenough, T Young, and L Ley, who came back from being 12-20 with three ends to play to win by 25-20.

On Tuesday, the Feniton mixed team lost a most enjoyable match against Budleigh Salterton by 97-129.

The winning rinks were E Goodenough, J Skinner, F Imms and A Evans 23-16 and C Cheesely, S Nevill, E Tuck and R Smith 19-17.

On Wednesday, both the A and B teams were in action in the Over-60s triples competition.

Both teams returned to form with the A team defeating Okehampton by 46-27.

The winning rinks were E Cox, M Chipperfield and A Williams 26-15 and A Smith, R Smith and R Arundell 20-12.

The B team won a close encounter with Tiverton West End A by 29-28. The winning rink was F. Jones, A. Godfrey and D. Conbeer 16-15, the other rink being tied.

On Wednesday evening, the Ladies' team entertained Seaton and lost by 52-66. The winning rink was P. Usher, J. Lovell, J. Rowles and L. Eveleigh 21-19 with one of the other two rinks being tied.

Thursday saw the Mixed team visit Tiverton Borough and lose by 91-105. The winning rinks were A. Edwards, G. Skinner and R. Smith 24-16, M. Eveleigh, J. Skinner and R. Arundell 17-13 and S. Nevill, J. Rowles and L. Ley 13-12.

The Ladies' triples team of L Eveleigh, J. Edwards and C. Granger reached the last 16 of the Benevolent Triples Competition.

The winners of the Club three wood mixed pairs were S. Kury and M. Eveleigh. The runners-up were L Eveleigh and A Kury.


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