Sidmouth men’s Triples League teams have a bad day at the office
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Sidmouth Over-60s A went down on both rinks in their Exeter and District League meeting at Madeira, writes Bert Hague.
Perhaps the 23-11 and 16-14 reversal can be put down to the players still feeling the effects of the missing disabled donkey!
The B team also played away on the same day when they were in action at Heavitree where they lost on one rink 21-12, but won on the other, 19-14.
The C team enjoyed home comfort for their meeting with Chardstock and won on one rink, 23-12, but they went down 18-16 on the other.
The D team played away at Seaton, losing on both rinks, 13-12 and 18-10, so, all in all, not the most successful of weeks for the club’s Ovfer-60s Triples League teams!
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They brought five rinks, but were beaten on four of them with the best of the home rinks being the one of Jean Brimson, Maury Ervine, Bert Hague and Mike Borst.
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A truly wonderful weekends bowling was completed when, last Monday, 12 teams took to the green to attempt to recreate a crown green bowling event.
There was much hilarity and jumping out of the way of stray bowls.
This certainly made a change from the usual drive format.
The winners of the afternoon were, Jim Wrench, Mike Cox and Susan Bonnell.
Our bowling club holds an annual coffee morning event for charity on Bank Holiday Monday.
This year the Devon Air Ambulance will receive in excess of £1,000, thanks to the efforts and generosity of all involved.