Sidmouth Blues win well against Budleigh Salterton
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Phew! It’s been a hot one! Sidmouth Bowling Club rinks have been pushed to stay green this week, but thanks to underground water storage tanks and the extremely hard work of Barry and Noel - the green keepers - everything is looking as beautiful as ever, writes Susie Bonnell.
Despite no visiting touring teams, it was still a busy time for bowlers, playing in leagues, club competitions and county competitions.
Last Thursday, the Sidmouth ladies travelled to Torquay to play another round of the National Top Club.
Sadly, Torquay ladies proved to be the stronger team on the day and Sidmouth were knocked out of the competition.
Earlier this week, on Monday, the ladies played at home in the Exeter-Over 50s League.
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Yellows met Crediton whole Blues faced Budleigh Salterton. Once again, the Blues had a strong win, bagging another six points.
The Yellows did not fare so well, only winning on one rink, securing two points - so well done to both the Blues’ teams, with skip, Jill Bishop, and her team, Mary Smith and Janice Quinn being the highest scoring team - winning by 14 shots.
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And well done also to Valerie Newnham, Karen Hollingdale and skip, Zena Johnson, who dug in for the Yellows and won their match on the last end of the game.