Resounding win for Fenny

PUBLISHED: 10:00 26 August 2009 | UPDATED: 00:03 16 June 2010

In the Over-60s men s triples competition, Feniton's A team won a re-arranged fixture against Honiton A by 33-29.

In the Over-60s men's triples competition, Feniton's A team won a re-arranged fixture against Honiton A by 33-29.

The winning rinks were E Cox, A Evans and R North 17-15 and A Williams, R Smith and R Arundell 16-14.This win reinforced their position of third in division 3.

On the Tuesday, the club entertained the Supreme Bowling Club, a touring side from Surrey. On a pleasant sunny afternoon, Feniton mixed team lost by 95-124.

The winning rink was C Cheeseley, F Jones, F Imms and L Eveleigh 24-17 with another rink being tied.

On Friday the over-60s triples teams were both in action. The A team lost to bottom of the table Heavitree B by 35-45. The winning rink was S Nevill, E Cox and R North 21-15. The B team beat Exeter Isca B by 46-33, thereby helping their efforts to avoid relegation. The winning rink was C Cheeseley, G Skinner and F Imms 35-14.

On Saturday, the mixed team had an away fixture at St Thomas and won by the narrowest of margins 91-90. The winning rinks were L Crook, F Brooks, C Granger and I Veitch 24-11; T Pyle, J Rowles, R Clarke and R Arundell 24-13 and E Cox, J Cartland, F Imms and R Smith 19-16.

On Sunday, the Feniton mixed team scored a resounding win over Belmont winning on all rinks by 81-35.

The winning rinks were E Cox, R Cooke and S Kury 21-8, R Crowe-swords, E Tuck and G Skinner 22-11; L Crook, T Young and R Veitch 21-10 and F Jones, J Mitchell and I Veitch 17-7.


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