Sidmouth bowlers in great form both at home and away
- Credit: Archant
On Wednesday, we entertained our friends from Budleigh Salterton, who joined us for a ladies’ friendly match, writes Carol Smith.
Both Sidmouth rinks won very well with an overall score of 61- 20. Sandra Wheeler, Jean Green, Susie Bonnell and skip Carol Smith won 29 -9, which was a handsome success.
However, that was bettered by the rink of Pat Pritchard, Mary Turner, Elaine Reed and skip Eileen Hewett, who won by an even larger margin, securing a 36-11 success.
A few days later we took a mixed team to Budleigh and they certainly had their revenge, winning on both rinks with a score of 40-20. Well, it was Friday the 13th - say no more!
Well done, once again to our men, who have had another great win. This time they were up against Axminster in the Over-60s County Trophy (a county league game with two rinks playing home and two away) – their overall score being a massive 105-54.
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All four rinks won well, but the best was the one of Dutch Holland, Chas Coates, Norman Brimson and skip Chris Nappin with a score of 39- 10.
Last Saturday being the presentation evening for our outdoor section, we struggled to get enough players to field a mixed friendly at home to Dawlish.
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Nevertheless, we had a good win overall of 59 shots to 35.
Our best rink was the one skipped by our lady captain Mary Turner, who, with the help of Pat Hague and Bob Underhill, secured a 29-9 success. Very well done!
Finally, on Sunday, we took four rinks to play our friends at Honiton. Once again we managed to win on all rinks with a total score of 99-56, our best rink being Steve Boyle, Rita Daw, Elaine Reed and skip Jane Painter, who recorded a 29-12 win.