Five Foxlands points from Torquay match

PUBLISHED: 17:18 12 March 2015 | UPDATED: 17:18 12 March 2015


Madeira ladies bank five Foxlands points from Torquay meeting

Madeira ladies were once again busy bowlers last week with a number of engagements.

In a Lane Trophy encounter with Exonia, the home element of the fixture saw May Dysons team of Janet Allen, Jan Worsfold and Lin Halpin win 13-12, but there was a 17-11 reversal for Jenny Smith’s team of Jean Bagnall, Penny Preece and Ann Doidge. What made life tougher for the visiting team was that as they only sent triples they had to lose 25 per cent of their score!

In the away leg there was a 15-13 defeat for Nicky Fiddimores team of Janet Grundy, Fay Hughes and Thelma Wildon whist Jean Healeys team of Josie Glaister, Jenny Charles and Millie Powell went down 22-11. Madeira took two points from the match.

In a Foxlands meeting with Torquay United the Madeira ladies banked five points.

In the home element there was a draw for the team of Jacky Howles team of Jill Perrin, Ve Bevan and Jean Rainton and a win for Janine Orchards team of Dee Williams, Sandie Cox and Annette Flockhart. In the away led there was a 24-21 reversal for Sue Hariott’s team of Dee Norman, Jenny Smith and Angela Denner and a narrow 22-21 defeat for Catherine Kings team of Jan Roberts, Christine Macaulay and Joy Penberthy.

A ladies triples’ friendly was played against Exonia. There were wins for Margaret Mahon, Penny Preece and Jenny Smith (31-6) and Fay Hughes, Jean Healey and Thelma Wildon (24-9) and a 13-12 defeat for Dorothy Lowe, May Dyson and Dee Norman.

In internal club action there was a 2-wood singles success for Christine Macaulay against Catherine King whilst Sue Harriott won against Jan Roberts in the club championship.

In the self select triples, Jan Roberts, Janine Orchard and Catherine King won against Jill Perrin, Angela Denner and Annette Flockhart.

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