Quarter final success for Honiton Bowls

Yvonne Rayner, Sue Evans and Tracy Lambert

Yvonne Rayner, Sue Evans and Tracy Lambert - Credit: Honiton Bowls Club

 
 
Honiton supporters were treated to an excellent Quarter Final match in the Devon County Ladies 2 Wood Triples match played at home.   
Yvonne Rayner, Tracy Lambert and Sue Evans bowled against Barbara Allen, Sandy Kellaway and Sue Porrritt from Plymouth. Honiton won the match (19 - 7). 
Sue Dando and Di Morley travelled to Bideford play their Quarter Final match of the Devon County Ladies Over 70’s pairs, their opponents were Margaret Hearden and Sue Owen (Bideford).   
The Honiton ladies were in brilliant form and won (19 - 8) after 16 of the 18 ends played when Bideford conceded, much to the delight of the eight other people who travelled to support the ladies. 
The semi finals for both of these competitions are scheduled for the morning of September 18th at Crediton and the finals will be played in the afternoon. 
As the Outdoor Bowling Season draws to an end in September, our thoughts go to bowling indoors. 
We are holding two open days for Indoors on Friday 17th September 7pm –9pm and Sunday 19th September 10am – 2pm. 
We are asking for people to pre-book via our website www.honitonbowlingclub.co.uk or phone Sue Evans on 01404 41076. 
We are really excited to welcome new people to our club and can guarantee that you will have plenty of time on the green testing your skills, meet our friendly club members and learn about how you can be part of our friendly, local club. 
There'll be fun competitions, refreshments on offer and lots of laughs. We'll be putting measures in place to ensure your experience will be delivered in a Covid- safe manner. 
Ask you need is to do is just bring along a flat pair of trainers. Anyone from aged 10 + are very welcome and try out the game of bowls.

Di Morley and Sue Dando winning Quarter final at Bideford

Di Morley and Sue Dando winning Quarter final at Bideford - Credit: Honiton Bowls Club


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