Sidbury B off bottom spot in final game of their East Devon Short Mat Bowls League campaign

PUBLISHED: 10:02 03 April 2014 | UPDATED: 10:02 03 April 2014

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The East Devon Short Mat Bowls league saw plenty of action last week, writes Caroline Pavey.

Evening Division Two saw a home win for Sidbury B taking them off the bottom of the table.

That means that both the Evening Divisions are now completed and well done, to all the winner’s and runners-up.

Afternoon Division One saw home wins for Seaton Cliff B and St Terersa’s. Afternoon Division Two saw home wins for Chard B, Hemyock B and Seaton Cliff D.

In the League Cup Awliscombe A won 8-3 against Beer. Sidbury B gained a win in the second leg at home after over turning a 5-1 deficit to win 7-5 over the two legs against Awliscombe B.

That all means that the first semi-final will be between Awliscombe A and Sidbury B.

Tables.

Evening Division 1

P W D L SD Pts

Beer 10 6 3 1 111 15

Sidbury 10 6 0 4 63 12

Colyton 10 5 2 3 58 12

Awliscombe 10 4 1 5 0 9

Musbury 10 3 3 4 -67 9

West Hill 10 1 1 8 -165 3

Evening Division 2

Upottery 10 8 1 1 163 17

Seaton Cliff 10 7 0 3 95 14

Sidford 10 5 0 5 73 10

Awliscombe B 10 5 0 5 -93 10

Sidbury B 10 2 1 7 -101 5

Membury 10 2 0 8 -107 4

Afternoon Division 1

Beer 16 12 2 2 510 26

Seaton Cliff B 16 10 1 5 103 21

Colyton 15 8 2 5 282 18

St Teresa’s 16 9 0 7 145 18

Awliscombe 16 8 2 6 70 18

Upottery 15 8 0 7 166 16

Hemyock 16 7 2 7 -158 16

Lyme Regis 16 7 0 9 -224 14

Seaton Cliff A 16 2 2 12 -423 6

Musbury 14 0 3 11 -471 3

Afternoon Division 2

Sidford 16 9 2 5 111 20

Seaton Cliff D 15 9 0 6 160 18

Hemyock B 14 8 0 6 87 16

Sidbury 15 6 3 6 53 15

Combe St Nicholas 14 7 1 6 -9 15

Chard B 14 6 2 6 -210 14

Chard A 14 5 3 6 112 13

Colyton B 14 5 3 6 -121 13

Seaton Cliff C 14 2 2 10 -291 6


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