Mick’s in good nick!

PUBLISHED: 14:03 13 September 2007 | UPDATED: 15:14 12 May 2010

ROYSTON S Mick O Flanagan has made it into the final of the L&D Singles competition after a close win over Jim Winters of Stevenage. The impressive O Flanagan won 21-18 in an entertaining encounter with Winters mounting a late comeback. The Vets were al

ROYSTON'S Mick O'Flanagan has made it into the final of the L&D Singles competition after a close win over Jim Winters of Stevenage.

The impressive O'Flanagan won 21-18 in an entertaining encounter with Winters mounting a late comeback.

The Vets were also in action when they travelled to Welwyn & District BC. After going down by a whopping 19 shots on one rink, Royston were always going to struggle. And it was a Welwyn advantage that proved to strong with Royston eventually crashing to a 104-75 defeat.

The club also held its annual finals day, with 16 finals.

Results: Ladies Singles; Eileen Sheriff 21 Eileen Hyde 19. Men's Singles; Matt Coppen 22 Brian Pepper 6. Ladies 2 Wood Singles; Beryl Huckle 17 Evelyn Huffer 8. Men's Handicap Singles; Don Sheriff 24 Stan Whitehouse 10. Ladies Over 55 Singles; Eunice Dockree 21 yvonne Whitehouse 15. Men's Over 60 Singles; Peter Adams 22 Brian Pepper 11. Ladies 3 Wood Handicap; Yvonne Whitehouse 14 Jo Bannerman 13. Men's 3 Wood Jacklin Cup; Stewart Brown 13 Simon Lee 10. Ladies 7 UP; Cynthia Pepper 2 Yvonne Whitehouse 0. Men's 7 UP; Don Sheriff 2 Colin Wilson 1. Ladies Pairs; Eileen Hyde & Evelyn Huffer 24 Anne Martin & Linda O'Flanagan 10. Men's Pairs; Alan Redpath & Don Sheriff 24 Jim While & Andy Keating 17. Men's Handicap Pairs; Mike Randall & Simon Lee 20 Terry Lovegrove & Eddie Collins 13. Ladies Novice Singles; Penny Porter 23 Mary Dabnor 9. Men's Novice Singles; Anthony Pigg 22 Peter Nightingale 20. Mixed Pairs; Pam & Andy Keating 25 Eunice & Keith Dockree 17.

ETERNIT held their annual John Ash memorial open triples competition in which 24 teams took part.

The event even featured teams from London. Colin Banks' team from Alexandra Beehive in Cambridge won the final playoff after seeing off Jeremy Boakes' team from Letchworth Romans 11-0.

A cash prize and trophy was presented to both finalists, with money raised being donated to the Alzheimer's Research Trust - the competition's chosen charity.


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