Lyme Regis trio bowl to victory at Winchester

PUBLISHED: 16:55 02 September 2014 | UPDATED: 16:55 02 September 2014

The Lyme Regis men had a rest from league duty this week as it coincided with the Bank Holiday, writes Paul Moffitt.

The ladies played at home to Gillingham and could manage only two points.

In four friendly matches the club managed a 50/50 split in fortunes.

However, they did suffer a heavy defeat against the touring team of Leicester Cavaliers.

Paul Pomeroy together with Barr and Angela Rattenbury travelled to Winchester to take part in the ‘Bert Lucus’ triples open competition, being one of twenty-one teams. They managed to take the title winning the final against a familiar Winchester trio.



Lyme 93; Leicester Cavaliers 171.

R McLennan, D Courtenay-Smith, P Stephens, A Preece 15-28; D Perry, B Smith, S Wood, K Clissold 18-44; C Clissold, J Perry, J Moseley, C Barber 11-35; B Downes, M Gillett, R Hobbs, B Parsons 14-27; J Barnish, G Clode, D Wood, B Rattenbury 25-16; F Sell, T Payne, J Parsons, K Hickman 10-21.

Lyme 141; Winchester 94.

P Stephens, J Perry, S Pomeroy, K Clissold 23-11; B Smith, D Courtenay-Smith, S Wood, B Rattenbury 24-20; T Young, B Parsons, J Parsons, D Meylan 27-14; F Sell, B Collier, P Weech, D Wood 21-23; C Clissold, J Kesterton, A Rattenbury, J Moseley 24-16; I Forster, P Johns, N Benson, A Weech 22-10.

Lyme 124; St Thomas D/T 92.

M Knight, F Sell, J Moseley, K Clissold 17-19; P Knight, S Wood, N Benson, B Rattenbury 28-15; K Farragher, J Hare, J Beadsley, A Preece 13-16; C Clissold, A Nabarro, A Rattenbury, A Weech 19-16; Y Moody, T Allman, Chris Barber 16-13; B Downes, A Allman, P Weech, D Wood 31-13.

Lyme 107; Sherborne 111.

D Read, S Wood, S Rowe, K Clissold 16-18; P Cole, B Smith, N Solomon, A Weech 18-18; D Perry, F Sell, M Gillett, B Parsons 10-22; Y Moody, M Knight, N Benson, D Wood 25-11; B Downes, D Courtenay-Smith, T Payne, R Legg 17-25; C clissold, V Cozens, G Clode, Chris Barber 21-17.

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