Sidmouth C suffer Over-60s Triples League relegation
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The final games in the Exeter Over-60s Triples League are now completed and Sidmouth A team have unfortunately been relegated to Division Two, writes Bert Hague.
Next summer they will join the B team who almost won their league.
Sidmouth C and D teams will also remain where they are - better luck next year.
These leagues require members to give their free time to exist and we must thank team captains, Mike Borst, Peter Mison, David Fairclough and Wilf Radburn for their commitment this year.
Behind the scenes, Tony Broughton and Ron Cook have played vital parts in keeping the leagues running smoothly.
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Sidmouth won overall with a wins on five of the seven rinks. I am honoured to announce that our club captain, John Mason , along with Mike Cox, Gordon Brown , and Ann Capon took best rink with a magnificent 29-7 score.
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The summer, on the whole has been kind weather wise and we have once again made new friends, which is the most enjoyable part of the summer, other than winning, of course.