Honiton bowler Lambert wins mixed singles handicap

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New member Tracy Lambert landed Honitons’ mixed singles handicap competition and received her prize and the cup last Saturday at Presentation evening, writes Julie Grant.

New member Tracy Lambert landed Honitons’ mixed singles handicap competition and received her prize and the cup last Saturday at Presentation evening, writes Julie Grant.

Tracey defeated Gareth Richards in the final. Sue Evans won three other singles events defeating Yvonne Rayner in the ladies’ singles and the two wood singles and Yvonne Williams in the ladies’ handicap.

Scott Eveleigh won the men’s singles by beating Roger Binmore, but Scott lost the Open singles to men’s captain Gerry Stafrace. Gerry and Maureen Parsons, the ladies captain, presented the prizes.

In the mixed friendly matches last week, Honiton won two and lost two. Away at Ottery St Mary, Honiton lost 89 shots to 98, top rink Myra and Barrie Singleton, Dulcie Broughton and Clive James (29-14).


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A 70-51 loss was suffered in the home meeting with Masonic.

Here the top triple was the one of Joan Mackintosh, Daphne Courtney and Gerry Stafrace (23-14).

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Honiton were victorious over Tiverton Borough by 81 shots to 52, top triple Di Hawkins, Daphne Courtney and Gerry Stafrace (26-7).

In the game against tourists from Pershore, Honiton claimed a resounding 104 to 52 win, but only because, as the green was flooded, the match was played indoors and much fun was had!

The best rink was the one of Iris Long, P Robinson, Carole Pidgeon and Ann Hillyear (23-1).

Last, but not least, the ladies won their friendly at Sidmouth by 63 shots to 42, best triple were Di Hawkins, Laraine Carless and Dulcie Broughton (27 -9).

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