Sidmouth bowls club men keep busy

PUBLISHED: 10:00 10 July 2009 | UPDATED: 09:38 18 June 2010

SIDMOUTH Bowls Club men played a 10-rink mixed friendly against the touring side from Rushcliffe Nottinghamshire.

SIDMOUTH Bowls Club men played a 10-rink mixed friendly against the touring side from Rushcliffe Nottinghamshire: D Taylor, R Graham, J Fricker, C Hewett 14-30; M Savage, M Watson, M Borst, W Boddy 12-29; K Bridgman, P Gomm, P Clements, E Stribling 23-14; P Chew, S Rose, J White, T Wilkins 20-14; B Smith, B Farmer, B Daniels, J Bishop 31-9; J Lewis, S Cook, M Borst, N Brimson 21-9; R Tallent, A Tredgett, A Newman, R Cook, 20-18; J Wrench, T Mountford, S Graham, B Hague 13-26, winning overall 154-149.In the over-60s league Sidmouth A beat Topsham A on both rinks, overall 39-25: J Mason, C Bryant, B Seldon 20-16; K Bridgman, T Wilkins, N Brimson 19-9, earning eight points. Sidmouth B beat Uffculme A again on both rinks 46-31: J White, M Borst, W Boddy 22-14; B Smith, R Cook, C Hewett 24-17. Sidmouth C lost to St Thomas B on both rinks 24-34: R Stubbs, B Hague, F Adlam 11-17; J Wrench, L Catford, J Richardson 13-17.Sidmouth beat a friendly mixed touring side from Bath and Bristol, 177-158 in three rink fours and seven-rink triple: J Wrench, M Smith, C Hamer, E Hewett, 15-23; B Smith, B Barber, S Burnand, J Bishop, 24-14; A Smith, M Daw, C Hewett 9-30; M Hunt, S Lewis, W Limpus 15-12; R Daw, D Mountford, B Hague 10-13; C Hunt, S Hamer, P Newman 15-17; P Wrench, J Chew,R Cook 22-14; R Denning,M King, W Boddy 16-17; K Bridgman,S Cook, M Borst 30-5.


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