Madeira duo into Over-60s pairs zone final
PUBLISHED: 08:37 19 February 2015 | UPDATED: 08:37 19 February 2015
Madeira bowlers once again enjoyed a successful time last week.
Mick Powell and Cliff Skinner were crowned section winners of the Over-60s pairs after a 23-22 victory over a Torbay pairing.
The Madeira duo now play the zone final against a pair from Cornish club Carnmoggas.
In the Foxlands trophy, Madeira were 95-51 winners and so banked six points in their meeting with Plymouth Life Centre.
In the Exouth element of the match the team of Deee Williams, Sandie Cox, Brenda Marks and skip Sue Harriott, won 30-14 whilst the foursome of Dee Norman, Annette Flockhart, Jenny Smith and skip Janine Orchard, were edged out 21-20.
In the action at Plymouth the team skipped by Catherine King and including Jan Roberts, Chistine Macaulay and Joy Penberthy won 21-13 whilst the team of Jill Perrin, Ve Bevan, Jean Rainton and skip Jacky Howle, lost 24-13.
Seven points were banked by Madeira in their Lane Trophy meeting with Torbay. At Exmouth there was a 17-12 win for the four of Jean Bagnall, Penny Preece, Ann Doidge, and skip, whilst the other team also enjoyed a five shot success with Jan Worsfold, Thelma Wildon, Lin Halpin and skip May Dyson, won 26-21.
Down at Torbay three was a 15-all draw for Carol Worth (skip), Josie Glaister, Pat Wilkins and Millie Powell whilst the foursome of Janet Grundy, Fay Hughes, Val Allam and skip Nicky Fiddimore, went down 16-13.
A friendly meeting with Honiton saw Madeira claim an emphatic 85-31 success with wins for; Dee Williams, Mollie Cooper, Ann Doidge and Jenny Smith (37-5) and Margaret Mahon, Janet Grundy, Angela Denner and Dee Norman (37-7), whilst the team of Jenny Charles, Dorothy Lowe , Ve Bevan and Carol Worth went down 19-11.
There was a close encounter when Madeira ladies’ met Exonia for a two triples friendly with the Exeter side securng a narrow three shot win.
In this match Madeira were represented by Janet Grundy, Nicky Fiddimore and Annette Flockhart together with the triple of Josie Glaister, Thelma Wildon and Jenny Smith.