Feniton’s festive flurry

PUBLISHED: 17:21 13 May 2009 | UPDATED: 23:31 15 June 2010

IN A BUSY week, Feniton Bowling Club on Bank Holiday Monday entertained Westlecot, a touring team from Swindon. In a close friendly match, the visitors ran out winners by 109-104.

IN A BUSY week, Feniton Bowling Club on Bank Holiday Monday entertained Westlecot, a touring team from Swindon.

In a close friendly match, the visitors ran out winners by 109-104. The winning rinks were: R Cooke, J Lovell, T Young and D. Coyne 20 -17, M Eveleigh, E Cox, G Skinner and S Kury 20-14 and G Blackmore, J Livings, J Smith and L Eveleigh 23 -13.

On the Tuesday, the club lost to Chardstock by 86-47.

The over 60s A team had a close match away against Honiton C team losing by just four shots 34-30 and gaining two points. The winning rink was E Cox, A Evans and R North 17 -16. The B team were away against Chagford losing by 46-26 and gaining one point for a tied rink.

The highlight of the week was on Thursday when the club entertained the president of the Devon County Bowling Association's team. In a close match, the president's team won by 102- 90. The winning rink was F Jones, G Phillips, R Clarke and R Arundell 30-9 with another rink tying.

Saturday, Feniton played host to Bridport Bowling Club, in an exciting match the result was a tie 105 -105. Winning rinks for Feniton were R. Cooke, R. Crowe-Swords, J. Smith and M. Chipperfield 24 -16, A. Pritchard, E. Cox. A. Coyne and R. Smith 22 -14, A. Edwards, F. Jones, D. Conbeer and D. Coyne 21 -17 and T. Pyle, J. Skinner, A. Godfrey and R. Veitch 20 -18.

On Sunday Feniton played away at South Molton and won by 102 - 84. The winning rinks were G. Blackmore, M. Eveleigh and S Kury 22-10, G. Phillips, R. Veitch and A. Kury 22-11, D. Phillips, l. Eveleigh and I. Veitch 17-11 and A. Pritchard, G. North and R. Smith 15-10.

By Roger Smith

Feniton Bowling Club


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