Lyme Regis ladies still have work to do to preserve top flight status

PUBLISHED: 09:43 30 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:43 30 August 2018




There were just three points banked by the ladies playing in Division One last week as they went down at home to Dorchester, writes Paul Moffitt.

The 64-45 defeat leaves the team still with work to do over their final two games if they wish to remain in the top flight.

There were also two friendly matches played last week. A visit from South Dorset resulted in an 82-71 defeat while the visit of Silverthorne Tour resulted in a narrow 118-112 defeat for Lyme Regis.


Dorset Ladies Div 1: Lyme 45, Dorchester 64; H Dowling, C Pomeroy, L Broom, C Barber, 19-15; A Allman, A Darvill, A Rattenbury, P Weech, 18-18; J Moffitt, N Driscoll, S Rowe, N Stephens, 8-31.


Lyme 71, South Dorset BA 82; D Sarson, N Solomon, A Rattenbury, P Weech, 21-18; B Smth, J Hare, A Henson, S Pomeroy, 16-21; J Moon, V Henson, A Darvill, A Weech, 24-16; A Curtis, E Sarson, A Nabarro, B Moon, 10-27.

Lyme 112, Silverthorne Tour 118; T Allman, A Nabarro, S Pomeroy, Chris Barber, 26-18; E Sarson, J Bishop, S Dowling, B Rattenbury, 21-16; D Mayo, T Young, A Rattenbury, A Weech, 19-15; P Ward, P Stephens, A Sherring, H Dowling, 22-16; R Bishop, A Darvill, J Moseley, N Stephens, 11-28; L Young, J Hare, B Parsons, Chas Barber, 13-25.

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