Seaton bowlers win well at Tiverton Borough
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Seaton bowlers have been enjoying more good form in recent matches, writes Alan Nicholas.
A friendly away at Severalls saw Seaton win on three of the four rinks to seal an overall success of 82 shots to 71.
The best Seaton rink was that of Liz Wilde,Graham Thomas,Peter Greenwood and Angie Mathew.
Carol Seaward, who was playing in her first bowls match, played very well and in addition won a prize in the raffle!
That was followed by a visit to Tiverton Borough for an East of Exe Mixed League meeting and in Mid Devon, Seaton enjoyed success on all four rinks to secure an overall 88-48 win.
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The best rink was the one of Carol Armitage, Peter Newton, Graham Thomas and Terry Hurley-Smith.
Next up, a County Trophy match against Feniton that saw two rinks contested at home and two away.
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The result was two rinks each, but the shots total went in favour of Seaton at 74-63. The best Seaton rink was the one of Norman Stone, Mat Tyne, Terry Hurley-Smith and Ken Shean.
Seaton ladies’ Over-50s Triples League Blues team entertained Sidmouth Yellows in a midweek encounter.
The triples were shared, but Sidmouth took the match on shots, by 41 to 22. Best triple for Seaton being; Carol Armitage, Angie Mathew and Marian Vessey.
Last, but not least, a friendly meeting at home to Phear Park saw the four triples shared, but Seaton took the match on total shots scoring 70 against 57. The best triple being; Peter Jones, Ruby Grigg and Dave Yardley.