Victoria Bowling Club advanced to the next round of the Turnbull Cup after beating Clevedon by one point.

The thrilling Tuesday evening match saw the team narrowly edge out their opposition.

Players Cooper, Puddy, Newman and Gazzard showcased their abilities, turning the tables on the competition, and securing a 19-14 victory.

Another win was delivered by team members Davies, Coumis, Owen and Bradley, who scored a 14-12 victory.

On Wednesday, The Saxon played host to St Andrews at the Quadrant.

At the halfway stafe, Victoria led by a single shot.

They managed to widen their lead, finishing the game with a 110-85 win.

The most commendable performances were from Newman, Rockett and Manning, who scored 23-13, and Milliner, Coumis and Gibbs, who gave an impressive 24-14 win.

Good results continued on Thursday as the Victoria Vikings secured a resounding win, triumphing 143-84 over the Ashcombe Templars.

Johnson, Fenwick and Frost stood out, putting extensive points on the board with a 36-08 win.

Brooks, Hollier, and Kelly also gave a significant contribution with a 31-12 victory followed by Carr, Ferrari, Langridge's 21-10 and Jones, G Robbins and George's 25-17 win.

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On Saturday, Victoria B team performed excellently against Burnham, winning all three rinks and claiming a resounding 12-0 win.

Newman, Whyte, N Robbins, Gibbs’ team emerged victorious 26-21, Fairhurst, Bromet and Kelly, Milliner won 18-13, while Burgess, Kimitri, Campbell and Johnson walked out 16-15 winners.

Similarly, on Sunday morning, Victoria C team celebrated a convincing win against Portishead RBL C.

The superb performance by Smart, Ferrari, Willetts and Hubbard's team, who clinched a stunning 29-15 win, was pivotal to the 66-54 victory.

Cup success continued as The Victoria Ladies advanced in the Southey Cup after beating Wells.

They started strongly with Cracknell's singles win and had notable contributions from the quartet Welfare, Gibbs, Whyte and Williams, who secured an 18-08 win.

The triple team of Wilson, Hartree and Waters completed the win for Victoria.

In the final match of the week, Victoria put on a strong performance against Ashcombe in the N Somerset Four Dimensions.

The match began very evenly with Fairhurst winning his singles to give his team the perfect start.

Davies, Puddy and Bradley came on strong to win their triples game, with the rink of Cooper, Gazzard, Coumis and Sloman coming from behind to seal a 3-1 win and a passage to the next round of the competition.