Ottery St Mary bowls remember Graham Temple
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The Club enjoyed a day out at the Portishead Bowling Club at Bristol the fixture was arranged in memory of Graham Temple who was a long standing and very much respected member of the club, write Peter and Janet Bebb.
We enjoyed a lunch at their club followed by an afternoon of bowls which ended with drinks and much chatter at the bar.
On the coach journey home a carvery had been arranged which concluded when we all had a drink in memory of Graham.
Everyone agreed it had been a great day out, one that concluded with a 10.30pm return to the club.
In a friendly game at Dunkeswell played over four rinks, Ottery won on all four to claim a 73-55 victory.
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In the County Trophy match against Seaton, Ottery won on both rinks at Seaton, but only drew on one rink at home giving the game to Seaton by two points at 70-68.
The men’s Over-60s A team entertained North Tawton B and played very well to record a 47-21 success.
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They followed that up with an equally impressive collective performance Exonia C who they beat 41-23.
Last, but certainly not least, congratulations to Shirley Fewtrell who won the Section 3 Ladies two-wood competition and goes forward to play in the Devon Finals to be held at Starcross later in the season.