Ottery trio march on in county competition
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There was more County success for Ottery last week, writes Michael Smith.
It came when the triples team of John Mabbott, Mollie Parker and skip Terry House won the section final against a team from Honiton.
What made the success all the more impressive was that, at one stage, the Ottery triple were 17-3 down! However, they staged a terrific fightback to eventually win 18-17!
Special mention must be made of Mollie Parker who at long last has achieved her County Badge.
The team move into the final 16 in the county-wide competition, well done team and especially well done, Mollie.
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In other club news, there were mixed fortunes for the men’s Over-60s teams in their latest Triples League outings.
The A team secured another overall win, this time over visiting Honiton C and that result lifts them off the foot of the Division Two table. However, in their very next game they lose at Heavitree C where they banked just the one point.
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Ottery C suffered a narrow three shot defeat on their visit to Wellington B, but, as a team, they continue to show week-by-week improvement.
In the LNBTL, the ladies shared the rinks, but lost out to Pinces Garden 36-30, the winning Ottery rink was Sharon Kenny, Joan Saunders and skip Margaret Bright (18-17).
In the weeks friendlies Bowls Devon Patrons were the first visitors and proved to be much too strong for the home team winning on all five rinks and by 121-66.
Chard also departed with a three rink success, and another drawn from a 90-59 success.
Last, but not least, Ottery travelled to Hemyock for an EEML match that certainly proved to be a close contest. Both teams landed two rink successes and Hemyock bagged the overall win, 65-60.