Winners almost take all! Honiton Bowling Club winners nearly take all

PUBLISHED: 08:49 23 September 2015 | UPDATED: 08:49 23 September 2015

Honiton Bowling Club members Scott Eveleigh and Kieran Daniels were both amongst the trophies at the club presentation evening.

Honiton Bowling Club members Scott Eveleigh and Kieran Daniels were both amongst the trophies at the club presentation evening.

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Honiton Bowling Club youngsters Scott Eveleigh and Kieran Daniels collected several club cups to go with their county unbadged pairs title, at the club presentation night last Saturday, writes Julie Grant.

Kieran excelled with three club titles in singles and men’s pairs, and Scott skipped the winning mixed triple.

In other club news, a county title eluded Yvonne Rayner, Malcolm Seaborne and Trevor Pipe by just two shots in the mixed triple final.

Meanwhile, there were plenty of end of season ups and downs for Honiton teams competing in their various leagues.

The ladies came second in the small Exeter and District League and third in division one of the Over-50s Triples League.

In the Over 60s Triples League the men’s A stay put, the B go up a division and the C team drop a division.

Club captains June Lee and Ken Clarke would like to thank all the members who supported them so well this season.

Ken also thanks members for their help in last years indoor season as he finishes his double captaincy.

The outdoor season ends, but clubs have to get ready for 2016 and to that end Section 3 of Bowls Devon will hold their AGM at Feniton bowling club on Monday, November 16, at 6.30pm, all bowlers welcome.


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