Mixed week of results for Royston Bowls Club

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There were mixed results for Royston Bowls Club this week.

In the over 60’s Double Rink for the Tony Alcott Trophy, the A team lost by a couple of shots but the B team of Pat Smith, Shirley Pawson, Stan Whitehouse and Don Sheriff won 19-18. Peter Archer, Yvonne Whitehouse, Rodney Dean and Eileen Hyde also won 27-24.

In the National Club Two 4’s, skip Don Sheriff led his Royston B team of Stan Whitehouse, George Lewis and Peter Fisk to a 24-15 victory over Baldock A, but Brian Pepper, Derek Smith, Nigel Woor and Keith Dockree lost 22-14.

In the National Senior Pairs, Steve Kilford and Will Martin contested a tight game, eventually losing to Brian Todd and Mike Parsons 16-12.

However, in the National Senior Singles, Laurie Ramsay beat John Matthews 21-14.


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Ramsay continued his winning form against B Platten in the Champion of Champions 21-12.

In the County Triples, Glenn Williams and Stuart Cook beat Whitethorn convincingly 23-8 and Rachel Tremlett, Heather Stapleford, Yvonne Whitehouse and Shirley Pawson progressed to the next round in the County 4’s.

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In the Letchworth and District Singles, Will Martin beat St Ippolyts’ Peter Belton 21-11.

The Men’s Top Ten against Oak Hill produced exceptional wins on all rinks. Laurie Ramsay won the singles 21-16, pairs duo Glenn Williams and Stuart Cook won 18-10, triples Steve Kilford, Matt Coppen and Stuart Brown won 26-6, while Mick O’Flanagan, Don Sheriff, Will Martin and Craig Kilford won their match 23-10.

In the MDL, Royston could only score one point against Great Chesterford, with Cliff Moore, Ken Frostick and Linda O’Flanagan winning their triples match 21-13.

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