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Setback for women against Boston

posted 5 Dec 2018, 12:08 by Stamford Indoor Bowls   [ updated 8 Dec 2018, 10:16 ]
Stamford Women's Trudy Bates League team (from the left): Stella Henshaw, Chris Ford, Peggy Birch, Flick Rogers, Shirley Suffling, Alison Lea, Janet Dye, Margaret King, Sue Gentry, Glenys Edwards, Pat Jones, Rosemary Roberts, Denise Mackie, Margaret Broadbelt, Margaret Andrews, Maggie Holden, Helen Holroyd, June Brennan, Janet Lonslow, Carol Warters. Pictured below in action: Margaret King (images by Alan Romaine).

Stamford's womefn bowlers suffered a setback to the Trudy Bates Lincs A League aspirations - comprehensively beaten by Boston 84-107, claiming only four of the 14 points at stake.


Only the rinks skipped by Helen Holroyd and captain Glenys Edwards emerged with credit in a disappointing overall performance.


Result: (Stamford names only):

Lincs Trudy Bates League A: Stamford 84 (4pts) Boston 107 (12). j Brennan, M Holden, C Warters, D Mackie lost 10-27; J Lonslow, M Andrews, P Jones, H Holroyd won 28-14; R Roberts, J Dye, S Henshaw, P Birch lost 9-25; M King, A Lea, S Suffling, C Ford lost 13-26; F Rogers, S Gentry, M Broadbelt, G Edwards won 24-15. 

BEATEN BY SPALDING IN MASONS TROPHY 

No joy for Stamford's senior women in the Mason's (Over 60s) Trophy double rink competition. The 'B' team were beaten 46-30 by Spalding, who now play Stamford A who received a walk over from March IBC.

Result (Stamford names only): 

Mason Trophy: Spalding 46 Stamford B 20. Home - J Brennan, M Broadbelt, S Suffling, C Ford lost 18-21; away - J Want, S Henshaw, C Warters, D Mackie lost 12-25.


In their first round national Over 50 triples, Bob Warters, Cliff Watson and Keith Rippin beat Ray Keating's rink 22-16.
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