Royston on the brink of league win
ROYSTON strengthened their bid for glory in the Ladies North Herts League with a 52-15 hammering of Stevenage Town. Eileen Hyde, Linder O Flanagan, and skip Shirley Pawson won 29-9 on rink one, while on the next rink Eileen Sheriff, Gillian Fisk, Pam Kea
ROYSTON strengthened their bid for glory in the Ladies North Herts League with a 52-15 hammering of Stevenage Town.
Eileen Hyde, Linder O'Flanagan, and skip Shirley Pawson won 29-9 on rink one, while on the next rink Eileen Sheriff, Gillian Fisk, Pam Keating and skip Evelyn Huffer, also had an easy 23-6 win.
In contrast, in the men's league, Royston slipped to a narrow 33-31 loss at Baldock.
Last Sunday saw Royston host Rosedale. in a four rinks of men and one rink of ladies, friendly.
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An enjoyable afternoon was had by all, with Royston coming out the winners by 11 shots, 103-92.
Bassingbourn, playing at home, took on Royston in a Meldreth & District League game last Tuesday.
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Royston have been putting in some good performances as of late, and are doing well in this league.
However, Bassingbourn had the edge in what was a very close game, and piped Royston to the line by just four shots, winning 63-59 to take six of the seven points.
Royston welcomed Haver's Park from Bishop's Stortford on Thursday in another friendly.
The four rinks of men and two rinks of ladies had a competitive but friendly game, but due to one or two of Royston's rinks dropping a lot of shots, Havers Park comfortably won 123-96.
St. Neots travelled to Royston on Saturday to play a friendly of five rinks of men.
With one of Royston's rinks losing by 27 shots, the team were hard pressed to make a late surge. St. Neots cantered home with a winning margin of 31 shots, 123-92.