Lyme Regis ladies enjoy good week


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In the league the Lyme Regis ladies have had a busy week and a successful one, writes Paul Moffitt.

They opened up with a fine 8-2 win against Greenhill at home on Tuesday before travelling to Branksome Park the following day from where they returned with a further seven points.

In the men’s league, Lyme One played the in-house derby match against Lyme Two.

This should have been 10 points for Lyme One, but Paul Pomeroy’s rink went walkabout in the last few ends and threw away a good lead! However, 8-2 is still a good result and keeps them in charge of proceedings in Division One.

In the South Dorset League, Lyme were unfortunate to gain only four points from their game at Portland BO despite winning on two rinks.

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In the one friendly played, Lyme were 110-69 winners over Ottery St Mary.


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West Dorset Men Div 1.

Lyme One 743, Lyme Two 34: C Barber, P Eagles, K Hickman, P Moffitt 31; S Dowling, B Parsons, J Beadsley, D Wood 6. M Knight, T Allman, S Pomeroy, P Pomeroy 17; M Heneghan, J Moseley, D Pomeroy, R Legg 19. D Meylan, G Clode, A Weech, B Rattenbury 25; R McLennan, P Stephens, E Skeemer, R Cridge 9.

South Dorset Men.

Lyme 55, Portland BO 62: M Heneghan, A Nabarro, M Knight, R Legg 25-19; B Downes, B Smith, T Payne, E Skeemer 10-26; D Read, B Parsons, N Solomon, R Hobbs 20-17.

Dorset Ladies Div 1.

Lyme 60, Greenhill 59: J Moffitt, M Gillett, L Broom, N Stephens 28-11; H Dowling, A Rattenbury, J Parsons, C Barber 13-29; A Allman, M Bartlett, S Rowe, P Weech 19-19.

Lyme 61, Branksome Park 51: J Moffitt, M Gillett, L Broom, N Stephens 22-10; J Parsons, A Rattenbury, H Dowling, C Barber 21-20; A Allman, M Bartlett, S Rowe, P Weech 18-21.


Lyme 110, Ottery St Mary 69: D Read, B Smith, J Parsons, K Clissold 23-15; C Elmore, P Knight, T Payne, E Skeemer 23-8; P Ward, F Sell, A Nabarro, R Cridge 29-16; A Foster, C Clissold, C Bell, N Solomon 25-11; Y Moody, D Courtenay-Smith, T Allman, R Hobbs 10-19.

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