Seaton bowlers enjoy successful week with plenty of victories

PUBLISHED: 07:58 27 August 2014

Seaton started the week with a friendly game against Tiverton West End that saw the Mid Devon side edge success, writes Linda Stone.

In a match that was lost 83-77 the top Seaton rink was that of Audrey White, Keith Richards, George Mabon and Joan Miles.

Next up were some Wednesday morning Over-60s league matches and Seaton B recorded a superb 49-22 victory at home to Crediton C to bank all eight points available.

The top home triple was the one of Richard Whitworth, Bob Scull and Dave Yardley. The win ensures promotion to Division Four and sets up the final league game against North Tawton B at home to decide who ends this season as Division Five champions!

Seaton A played their penultimate game for the season in Division Three when they entertained Marina B of Dawlish.

Seaton A were 21 shot winners at 44-23 to seal all eight points. The top triple was that of David Ford, Roy Carnell and Roger Woolland who won by 17 shots.

Seaton then entertained a touring side of seven rinks from Bristol. The game was played in good weather and with much friendly banter and enjoyment. Seaton ran out big winners with the final score being 167-89 with victory on six of the seven rinks contested. The top home rink was the one of Audrey White, Alice Carter, M. Carvell and Phil Critchard.

Last Thursday Bridport were the visitors to Seaton and they were beaten 96-55. The top home rink was the one of Mike Clarke, Geoff Fullalove, Keith Miles and George Mabon. A busy week continued with a Friday home game against Taunton and once again the Seaton bowlers were in good form, landing an 86-74 success with the top rink being Audrey White, Alice Carter, Reg Pluck and Dave Yardley.

The final game of the week was the Saturday meeting with Culm Vale in the Two Counties League. Seaton won 77-68, winning on three of the four rinks with the top rink being, Graham Thomas, Peter Grigg, Don Yaxley and Phil Crichard.

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