Madeira B enjoy InterClub success over Plymstock A
10:22 05 June 2014
Honiton's Kieran Daniels playing against Seaton in the County unbadged triples. Photo by Terry Ife. Ref mhsp 4883-20-14TI To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24
Madeira entered two teams in the Bowls Devon Interclub, writes Mary Ann Dowrick.
The first games were played on May 28, with two different outcomes.
Madeira B team won their match against Plymstock A 51-34, while Madeira B team lost their game against Den 33-45.
Pat Harris and Annette Flockhart beat clubmates, Norma Cureton and Jean Rainton in the County classic pairs (over 70’s).
The club handicap and three wood competitions early rounds were played over the past week.
Results to follow as the games progress.
In the Devon Ladies Pairs, Madeira players were definitely in the majority, however only two pairs have succeeded into the section semi-quarter and quarter final on June 30. Congratulations to Christine Macaulay and Angie Fish and Sue Harriott and Liz Smerdon.
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