Lyme Regis bowl to victory against Norfolk County ladies’

PUBLISHED: 15:18 16 September 2014 | UPDATED: 15:18 16 September 2014

Lyme Regis Bowls Club finals teams

Lyme Regis Bowls Club finals teams

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The Lyme Regis ladies’ have managed to save their place in Division One of the Dorset League, not by their own endeavours going down 10-0 away to Dorchester but, Poole Park very kindly managed only six of the possible eight points which would have seen them stay up and Lyme relegated, writes Paul Moffitt.

Lyme Regis Bowls Club finals teamsLyme Regis Bowls Club finals teams

The men wait to see if their future lies in the championship league, rightfully they would be relegated, but last minute adjustments to the league structure may come to their aid. We wait to see!

Of the three friendlies played only the ladies managed to win against a strong touring side from Norfolk.

Congratulations to Lesley Broom who has won the Coburn Trophy for the second time, a competition open to all officers of Clubs within Dorset.

Results:

Friendlies:

Lyme 86; Dorset Patrons 98.

D Perry, S Wood, J Parsons, A Preece 21-16; M Bartlett, C Bell, B Parsons, A Weech 19-11; M Knight, P Stephens, P Weech, D Meylan 17-16; K Faragher, A Rattenbury, N Stephens, Chas Barber 10-40; M Heneghan, D Wood, R Legg 19-15.

Lyme Ladies 83; Norfolk County Ladies79.

Y Moody, P Knight, M Gillett, N Stephens 9-20; F Sell, S Wood, J Parsons, C Barber 21-17; M Bartlett, J Perry, J Moffitt, K Clissold 23-14; J Barnish, H Dowling, J Kesterton, P Weech 21-11; P Cole, D Courtenay-Smith, A Rattenbury, A Allman 9-17.

Lyme 117; Topsham 119.

C Clissold, N Solomon, A Preece, C Barber 29-12; R Turpin, B Smith, J Beadsley, R Cridge 12-25; R McLennan, A Nabarro, D Wood, K Clissold 14-29; M Heneghan, A Foster, T Payne, D Meylan 26-9; J Moffitt, P Stephens, E Skeemer, A Weech 14-23; B Downes, S Wood, G Clode, P Moffitt 22-21.


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