Sidmouth ladies see off visiting Phear Park
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Thursday, September 7, saw local bowlers from Phear Park in Exeter visit Sidmouth Bowling Club for a friendly game of four mixed teams of triples, writes Susie Bonnell.
The weather stayed dry until the very last end, which, given recent weather fronts, was a bonus!
It was a very fair and balanced game, with both sides winning two rinks each, but Sidmouth won the day overall with an aggregate score of 76/64.
On Saturday, Sidmouth welcomed South Dorset, who sent three mixed rinks. It was a day typical of our summer, rolling threatening clouds with some sunshine in between. The teams played eight ends before a deluge leading to an early tea.
We squeezed in another four ends before the rain returned and after waiting with fingers crossed we had to finally abandon the game.
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Consoling themselves over a welcome drink from the bar, the captains totted up the scores.
Sidmouth lost overall with an aggregate score of 29/35. The winning rink for Sidmouth was taken by skip John Mason and his team, Liz Boyle, Mike Bolland and Janice Quinn.
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On Monday, September 11, Sidmouth Bowling Club’s chairman, Peter Mison, had the privilege of handing over a cheque to Gill Ryall, the CEO of Sidmouth Hospiscare, for £1,300. This was the fantastic sum raised in the club’s Charity Bonanza. It’s so good to know the money will go to a wonderful local charity and be put to such good use.