Seaton enjoy East of Exe League success over Feniton
PUBLISHED: 14:58 21 August 2018 | UPDATED: 14:58 21 August 2018
The Seaton bowling week began with an East of Exe Mixed League match, at home to Feniton, writes Alan Nicholas.
Seaton won on three rinks and drew on one – that a rink where they made up three shots on the last end, and it all helped towards an overall 70-52 score.
The top Seaton rink was the one of Ruby Grigg, Kevin McCarthy, Peter Barradell and Roger Woolland, 23-9.
Tuesday took the ladies’ Over-50s Red team to Shaldon where they found one of the home triples to be in terrific form, dishing out a 32-5 rink defeat!
Thankfully, Seaton’s other triple of Liz Wilde, Chris Barradell and Sue Dando won their match 23-13, which left the final score one of 45-28 to the home side.
Wednesday saw two Over-60s Triples League matches. The A team hosted Tiverton West End A and with the rinks being shared, but Seaton took the match 31-25 and the top home triple was that of Roy Carnell, Don Yaxley and Roger Woolland, 18-10.
The B team also shared rinks in their game at North Tawton C, but again, they took the overall honours, winning 46-32.
In this match, the top Seaton triple was the one of Mike Clarke, Peter Grigg and Richard Whitworth, with a fine score of 28-6.
Wednesday also saw the ladies’ Over-50s Triples League Blue team in action at Sidmouth Blue, where the home team were dominant, winning both triples and taking the match honours 41-24.
Thursday saw a home friendly match of four triples against Severalls of Crewkerne.
The visitors won 3-1 on the rink scores and took the match honours 64-46. The winning Seaton triple was the one of Mike Clarke, Barbara Sluman and Don Yaxley.
On Friday, a re-arranged ladies’ Over-50s Triples League match was played away, against Crediton Yellow. The triples were shared and the visitors took the honours 34-31 with the top Seaton triple the one of Barbara Sluman, Pat Whitworth and Marian Vessey.
On Sunday, Bournemouth Pelhams were the visitors to Seaton for a friendly contest that was a close encounter, with both clubs bagging success on three of the six rinks played. However, the match honours went to Seaton, who won 114-96. The top home rink being the one of David Ford, Lisa Tyne, Ruby Grigg and Marian Vessey.
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