Lyme Regis ladies make Top Club progress

PUBLISHED: 09:48 22 May 2015 | UPDATED: 09:48 22 May 2015


There was another round of mixed results for the Lyme Regis bowlers in recent outings, writes Paul Moffitt.

Lyme One picked up eight points in their meeting with Greenhill A, but Lyme Two drew a blank when they visited Melcombe Regis.

The ladies did well away to Broadstone Wessex, securing six points in what is always a tough fixture.

In a friendly against Wyrral Park, Glastonbury, Lyme lost 120-107.

Late News, just in!

There was excellent news though for the Lyme ladies who had a splendid victory over Dorchester in the Top Club first round.

They were successful in three of the four disciplines and that moves them smoothly into the next round of the competition.


West Dorset Men Div 1.

Lyme 1, 59; Greenhill ‘A’ 50.

T Allman, S Pomeroy, S Chant, P Pomeroy 21-9; C Barber, P Eagles, K Hickman, P Moffitt 24-18; D Meylan, G Clode, A Weech, B Rattenbury 14-23.

Lyme 2, 0; Melcombe Regis 10pts.

Dorset Ladies Div1.

J Moffitt, M Gillett, L Broom, N Stephens 17-28; A Allman, M Bartlett, S Rowe, P Weech 23-15; H Dowling, A Rattenbury, J Parsons, C Barber 18-15.


Lyme 107; Wyrral Park Glastonbury 120.

P Ward, C Elmore, J Parsons, A Weech 24-21; B Downes, M Gillett, B Parsons, Chris Barber 20-20; J Bishop, R McLennan, S Rowe, D Wood 11-27; B Smith, M Bartlett, K Clissold, Chas Barber 22-16; A Rattenbury, N Solomon, E Skeemer, P Moffitt 22-10; S Wood, C Clissold, P Weech, J Beadsley 8-26.

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