Seaton Over-60s men bowl to Triples League win over table-topping North Tawton C

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The Seaton men’s teams playing in the Exeter and District Over-60s Triples League were all in midweek action, writes Linda Stone.

Seaton Over-60s men bowl to Triples League win over table-topping North Tawton C

The Seaton men’s teams playing in the Exeter and District Over-60s Triples League were all in midweek action, writes Linda Stone.

The A team took on Heavitree A and won on one rink 20 shots to five on their way to an overall 34-25 success.

The top Seaton triple was the one of Peter Newton, Ron Rowley and Les Tooze.


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The B team had a terrific 42-21 victory at home to top-of-the-table North Tawton C which saw them bank eight points.

The top rink was the one of Norman Stone, Richard Whitworth and Jeremy Allison, who won 25-9.

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Seaton C did not enjoy the best of days as they went down 31-22 to Sidmouth D who won on both rinks.

There was a seriously close encounter in this match for Glen Elliot, Reg Pluck and John Bellamy who were b eaten by a single shot at 13-13.

A club friendly was played away at Chard where Ann Dredge, Ed Backhouse and John Veith were the top triple for Seaton helping the club to an overall 89 shot to 52 shot win.

There was a Friday outing for Seaton A back in the Over-60s League against Madeira A who were the overall winners with Seaton managing success on the one rink of Terry Hurley-Smith, Ken Shean and Roger Woolland.

The final game of the week was against touring team The Old Grammarians.

A thoroughly enjoyable match ended with a 112-78 success for Seaton.

The top home rink was the one of David Ford, John Bellamy, Lin Allison and John Veith who won by 29 -16.

Everyone had a wonderful time and the delicious cream tea was very much appreciated by all.

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