Seaton ladies give Sidmouth the blues in triples league meeting

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Seaton ladies give Sidmouth the blues in triples league meeting

Seaton Blue were 34-27 home winners against Sidmouth Yellow with the top home triple being the one of Linda Stone, Barbara Sluman and Marian Vessey, who won by 20 shots to 12.

The men’s over-60s teams were also in action last week. The C team were 59-18 winners over Ottery St Mary C, earning the maximum eight points. The top triple was the one of Glenn Elliot, John Bellamy and Terry Dredge. The A team played Crediton A and returned to their winning ways, recording a 43-29 victory, thereby banking a full house of eight points.

The top triple was Terry Hurley-Smith, Ken Shean and Roger Woolland, winning 25 shots to 17.

Axminster visited for a friendly that Seaton won with the top rink being the one of Esdre Keller, Heather Sutherland, Peter Greenwood and Di Morley.


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Seaton men travelled to Phear Park for a Top Club first round match. They lost both singles, but won the triples and rink games.

Unfortunately for Phear Park their skip in the pairs match damaged his knee and was unable to continue and they had to concede that game, so Seaton claimed three out of the four disciplines, and continue on into the next round.

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The week’s final friendly game saw a visit from Taunton. It proved to be a lively afternoon to bowl in sunshine for a change. Seaton ran out winners by 95 shots to 65. Top rink was Bob Scull, John Bellamy, Barbara Sluman and Pat Whitworth.

The final Saturday of Mat saw the club stage its first round of the men’s and ladies’ club championship. Eighteen matches were played throughout the day and the atmosphere at the club was buzzing.

There were several nail biting finishes to the matches and, along with the catering committee providing excellent bacon baps and ice creams, the day was a real success. Congratulations to all who won.

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