Honiton Bowls Club latest – Fish and Chip supper follows Teignmouth game

PUBLISHED: 17:20 22 February 2015 | UPDATED: 17:20 22 February 2015

Popular and enjoyable, a Fish and Chip Supper took place at Honiton Bowling Club last Friday, so thanks to David and Tony Tooley for doing the cooking, writes Julie Grant.

Actually, there was a friendly bowls match with Teignmouth, before the supper and the visitor’s won 70-53. Honiton’s winning rink was skipped by Alan Fuller with Val Kille, Jimmy Smith and the ladies captain Linda Gadd, who won 17-15.

Over last weekend tourists from West Berks were shared by several local bowls clubs and Honiton enjoyed their company on two occasions victorious overall by two shots.

Saturday saw Di Hawkins, Mike Uniacke, Tony Williams and skip Heather Chambers win 20-14. On Sunday Eileen Dommett, Yvonne Williams, Alan Fuller and skip Gerry Dommett won 23-8.

The ladies also won two friendly games, against Axminster 67-53 with the top rink being; Yvonne Williams, Daphne Courtney, Linda Gadd and skip Marian Vessey, 35-16, and then, against Devon County Ladies, the top rink was the one of; Phyllis Milner, June Lee, Dulcie Broughton, and Shirley Hiscocks, who won 28-9.

Good luck to the two Honiton teams playing in the Devon County Ladies semi-finals on March 6 and 7.

The fours; Joan Heard, Dulcie Broughton, Carole Binmore and Sue Evans and the triples; of Ann Brown, Julie Grant and Shirley Hiscocks.

In the Lane League the ladies had a tough match with Madeira, but did manage to bank three points with the win rink being the one of Judith Broom, Julia Collins, Gill Munslow and skip Heather Chambers, 18-11.


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