Phear Park A lose another Over-60s Triples League match
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It was a quiet past week at Phear Park with no friendly matches played, writes David Evans.
There was action for the Over-60s Triples League A team, who were once again unsuccessful in a home fixture.
Their game against visiting Crediton B was a lot closer than the final result of 8-0, as the rink scores were mighty close.
The team are currently suffering their worst start to a season for some years!
However, as I have said, this encounter was a close one, as underlined by David Horne’s rink, who went into the last end one up, but the opposition squeezed in a two to win by one and Rod Davidson’s rink were three up at 14, but lost the next four ends to lose by two.
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The Park will have to pull something out the bag, but they have a good team on paper and things will hopefully soon change.
Unfortunately, their match for this week is away at Dunkeswell where the all-weather surface that the hosts play on certainly favours them!
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The Park B team were successful in their league outing as they defeated visiting Culm Vale 6-2, much helped by a very good win from the triple of Tatchell, Anderson and Weclawer.
The big match this week is the Axon Cup when Phear Park welcome six other local teams for a round-robin contest and the green is looking in first class condition!