Andrew qualifies for national finals in Leamington Spa
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Andrew Owens of St Andrews Bowls Club, has qualified for the national final at Leamington Spa in August.
ST ANDREWS player Andrew Owens has won his way through to the Somerset county finals in both the two-wood singles and the four-wood singles finals to be played at Fosse Way Club on September 14.
His wins also give him entry to the national finals in these competitions at Leamington Spa on August 26 and 27.
St Andrews progressed through to the next round of the 4 Dimension Cup by beating Clarence 3-1. The Saints got of to a good start with Andrew Owens winning the singles by 20 shots, Andy McMillan and Steve Davies won their pairs match by six.
Barrie Force led his triple of Ken Curtis and Malcolm Goddard to a four-shot victory, only the four lead by Grant Aldridge failed to win losing the encounter by four shots.
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St Andrews 3, Clarence 1 (4 Dimension): A Owens 22-2; A McMillan, S Davies 20-14; M Goddard, K Curtis, B Force 21-17; R Smith, D Favis, G Wride, G Aldridge 19-23.
St Andrews, playing away to Clevedon Prom in the Over-60s Triple League, lost by 12 shots, taking five points to their opponents’ 15.
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In a friendly triples match at home to Wrington, the Saints won by 10 shots sharing the rinks at two each. Playing North Petherton at home, St Andrews won the friendly by 19 shots.
St Andrews 109, North Petherton 90 (friendly): A Lay, G Tofte, T Allen, D Bailey 30-16; R McLeod, G Cooper, B May, B Forse 27-14; K Uglow, R Roberts, D Favis, K Curtis 24-19; K Rodgers, J Ling, M Goddard, A Horsburgh 13-23; G Sims, D Price, R Gill, J Warren 15-18.
St Andrews 80, Clevedon Prom 92 (Over-60s Triple League): G Sims, A Yeeles, A Horsburgh, 12-17; M Goddard, R Brereton, K Curtis 15-14, D Wills, R McLeod, G Wride 16-16; B Rogers, T Allen, D Favis 15-13; C Coffin, G Cooper, D Bailey 14-16; R Venn, B Reeves, B Force 8-16.
St Andrews 65, Wrington 55 (friendly): G Sims, P Lewcock, A Horsburgh 14-20; D Bailey, G Cooper, D Bailey 27-8; C Coffin, R Brereton, I Lamb 14-13; B Rogers, J Ling, J Warren 10-14.
St Andrews B continue to head the Somerset Bowls League North 2 Division with another win at home to Bristol C by eight shots, taking 11 points from the match.
St Andrews A, playing away at North Petherton in the Premier 2 division of the Somerset League, lost by 17 shots picking up just two points from the rink skipped by Ken Curtis.
St Andrews B 58, Bristol C 50 (Somerset Bowls League): K Parker, A Cooper, G Tofte, A Horsburgh 23-18; P Smart, J Ling, G Cooper, J Warren 16-16; D Wills, R Brereton, B May, T Allen 19-16.
St Andrews A 42, North Petherton A 59 (Somerset Bowls League): R Gill, A Ware, D Favis, B Forse 8-22; G Sims, A Yeeles, A McMillan, S Davies 14-25; R Smith, K Uglow, R Venn, K Curtis 20-12.
VICTORIA defeated Portishead RBL in a thrilling 4 Dimensions match and now meet Ashcombe in the next round.
There was an enthralling finish to the match as the pairs were the last to finish. The triples skipped by Mike Taylor and the fours by Mike Stocker played well for their wins.
Going into the last end with each team going to win two dimensions each, Mike Cooper was two shots down. Both he and Pete Wyatt managed to hold three shots when the Legion skip just missed cutting the score down.
Victoria 75, Portishead RBL 74 (NSBA 4D) - singles: A Bray 18-21; pairs: P Wyatt, M Cooper 15-28; triples: D Fairhurst, K Harvey, M Taylor 15-14; fours: N Stocker, H Gibbs, P Leadbeater, M Stocker 27-11.
In the Somerset County League, Victoria B were well beaten at Winscombe with the rink of Lee Stocker, Keith Holland, John Howell and skip Bryan Stock salvaging two points in a six-shot rink win.
Victoria B 53 (2), Winscombe A 75 (10): H Whyte, P Fisher, M Manning, M Taylor 18-22; R Fenwick, B Pocock, M Campbell, D Hurst 12-36; L Stocker, K Holland, J Howell, B Stock 23-17.
The Vikings suffered their first defeat in five games in the Weston & District Over-60s League at Nailsea as they only managed to win on the two rinks skipped by Pete Newport and John Smart.
Victoria Vikings 100 (4), Nailsea 139 (16): R Jacobs, J Turton, G Frost 12-23; J Griffiths, W Nicholls, J Kerr 13-23; R Hollier, C Chudley, P Newport 23-22; T Gilbert, M Milliner, J Smart 25-18; L Kelly, M Willetts, A Shattock 17-21; A Waygood, J Mingo-West, G Hodge 10-32.
Courtiers tourists from Devon were visitors and played a five-rink mixed friendly. Although Victoria skips Mike Taylor and John Mingoe-West led their rinks to fine wins, the visitors’ three rink wins were sufficient to see them have an enjoyable afternoon.
Victoria 79, Courtiers Tourists 97: J Mills, S Buckler, M Hillman, J Mingo-West 19-17; S Pocock, C Stevens, C Chudley, D Avery 12-22; R Squires, R. Bailey, M Milliner, M Taylor 29-17; G Poolman, L Kelly, B Pocock, J Newman 7-19; N Whyte, J Turton, E Newport, R Rockett 12-22.
The annual trip to Cheltenham to play a mixed friendly ended in a heavy defeat for Victoria, as only the captain’s rink of Mike Manning, Tiffany Ellis, Cliff Chudley and Ellen Newport managed to win.
Victoria 84, Cheltenham 135: T Gilbert, S Buckler, S Newman, M Taylor 9-29; R Squires, W Nicholls, D Fairhurst, M Stocker 17-19; D Owen, C Stevens, N Stocker, R Rockett 9-25; T Ellis, C Chudley, E Newport, M Manning 27-10; G Poolman, J Griffiths, P Newport, J Newman 10-29; P Wyatt, T Gatehouse, M Chudley, P Leadbeater 12-23.
Victoria’s men entertained Ashcombe in a five-rink evening friendly match and won four of the rinks and only lost the remaining rink by one shot to ensure an emphatic victory.
Roger Rockett skipped his rink of Harrison Whyte, Bill Nicholls and Stuart Evans to a rescounding 31-shot win.
Victoria 109, Ashcombe 71: P Wyatt, L Kelly, K Holland, G Frost 17-15; R Fenwick, M Milliner, N Sell, D Hurst 21-16; M Willetts, R Austin, J Mingo-West, M Manning 18-17; C Santasuosso, K Harvey, A Barnes, J Newman 16-17; H Whyte, W Nicholls, S Evans, R Rockett 37-6.
ASHCOMBE hosted a mixed touring team from Bromley in Kent, but went down by 13 shots.
Templars took on Burnham in the Over-60s League, but unfortunately lost on all rinks. Ashcombe played host to a mixed touring team named Courtiers. It was a close fought friendly game with Ashcombe winning by just five shots.
In the friendly against Victoria, Ashcombe won only one rink and lost by 38 shots. The Crusaders played Winscombe in the Over-60s League. They managed to win on one rink and draw another but lost overall by 35 shots.
Ashcombe 71, Victoria 109 (friendly): K Davies, D Bleasdale, I Baker, M Parry 17-18; R Lewis, T Morgan, B Hadley, J Main 17-16; S Hedges, R Counsell, G Sansam, A Little 15-17; G Tucker, G Tottle, T Cottrell, K Hooper 6-37; J Marlow, M Southwood, K Wheeler, J Hornett 16-21.
Ashcombe 89, Courtiers 84 (mixed): M Tucker, M Tripp, P Sheppard, A Little 27-5; J Piper, R Tasker, S Hopkins, M Bass 9-25; R Counsell, K Hallet, M Tasker, G Sansam 12-19; M Palmer, D Bleasdale, J Wilkinson, B Benstead 21-17; S Andrews, L Owens, M West, S Weaden 20-18.
Templars 74, Burnham 142 (Over-60s): G Tucker, S Andrews, B Noyes 9-22; B Duncan, M Field, B Benstead 13-29; R Lewis, R Counsell, F Bertram 11-16; D Underhay, D Freestone, G Sansam 18-24; C Hughes, E Booth, M Badman 15-24; B Miles, G Pople, L Cox 8-27.
Ashcombe 114, Bromley 127 (mixed): G Tucker, B Alden, G Sansam, B Macgregor 15-23; D Freestone, S Davies, K Wheeler, J Creasey 24-21; J Sansam, D Underhay, J Main, J Taylor 15-23; T Morgan, S Appleby, C Hedges, J Hornett 17-20; J Mathews, L Yates, S Hedges, E Hopkins 22-22; A Cox, B Noyes, R Tasker, L Cox 21-18.
Crusaders 87, Winscombe 122 (Over-60s): T Morgan, M Southwood, J Creasey 17-17; P Sheppard, S Hedges, DA Williams 21-11; A Wilmot, D Bleasdale, J Whitlow 15-20; R Powell, G Wilkinson, A Yates 12-20; J Hornett, B Hadley, J Taylor 11-20; G Tottle, A Little, B Webber 11-34.
CLARENCE Blues notched up their first maximum-points victory of the season when they beat visitors Clevedon by 43 shots in Division One of the Weston & District Over-60s League.
Biggest win was by Alan Bishop, Ken Marshall and Chris Read, the latter having switched to skip because team captain David Stott was out with a bad back. They finished 12 shots clear, while Brian Ballinger’s triple, 7-12 down after 14 ends, picked up 10 shots, including four on the last, to win by four.
The result kept Clarence well in contention for the league championship, having lost only once in seven matches so far.
Clarence Blues 122 (20), Clevedon 79 (0): B Rossiter, J Rogers, P Tubb 20-13; A Gardiner, J Keay, R Burrough 23-15; A Bishop, K Marshall, C Read 23-11; T Ward, T Mannion, G Barlow 21-10; D Grier, J Burgess, R Crawford 18-17; R Flicker, B Underwood, B Ballinger 17-13.
In the North Somerset 4-Dimensions quarter-final, Clarence lost 3-1 at home to neighbours St Andrews. This was despite some valiant rearguard bowling, particularly on Paul Tubb’s rink. Tony Mannion, the club secretary, proved a worthy stand-in for the injured David Stott in the pairs.
Clarence results - singles: B Ballinger 2-21; pairs: T Mannion, M Edlin 14-20; triples; A Gardiner, T Pritchard, R Burrough 17-21; rink: R Flicker, G Barlow, R Crawford, P Tubb 23-19.
Mike Peters, Rod Dodson and Mike Davies formed the only winning rink as Clarence Golds suffered a heavy defeat away to Yatton in Division Two of the Over-60s League.
Yatton 134 (18), Clarence Golds (2) 86: D Gilbert, M Skyrme, J Edwards 13-18; J Norris, J Newland, D Jackman 13-28; J Atkins, C Tippett, J Hayes 11-24; L Lewis, M Scoins, B Duffy 13-26; M Peters, R Dodson, M Davies 20-14; B Hanks, A Taylor, M Phillips 16-24.
Tourists Courtiers visited Clarence for a mixed match and won by 32 shots. David Gilbert, Carol Marshall, Christine Hooper and John Edwards provided the only home victory, by three shots.
Clarence 74, Courtiers 106: D Gilbert, Carol Marshall, Christine Hooper, J Edwards 18-13; Geraldine Hookway, Joy Palmer, I Phipps, John Hayes 12-28; Tess Langford, Brenda Hayes, B Cornwall, M Davies 15-22; Jill Coles, Lyn Hedderman, M Skyrme, K Marshall 12-15; Eileen Wade, H Dunn, A Cord, D Jackman 17-28.
Welsh club Llanhilleth visited Clarence for a mixed match and the home team won by 14 shots. Two fives helped John Edwards’s four win by 19, while the other winning Clarence skips were Chris Read and captain Brendan Duffy.
Clarence 102, Llanhilleth 88: M Peters, A Bishop, Pat Bidmead, C Read 20-11; J Hawkins, R Francombe, B Rossiter, B Duffy 22-14; Irene Hicks, Sarie Pritchard, M Skyrme, J Edwards 29-10; T Hooper, Norma Peters, R Dodson, Pam Hawkins 22-24; Val Gardiner, N Flaskett, J Hicks, T Mannion 9-29.
A coachload of players and spectators from the three clubs based at Clarence Park visited the Devon seaside village of Seaton and had an enjoyable day. The host club won by 13 shots, but the result hardly seemed to matter.
Maurice Phillips skipped the most successful Clarence rink, winners by 18 shots.
Seaton 119, Clarence mixed Sunday team 106: Carol Marshall, A Bishop, Audrey Harris, M Phillips 25-7; Lucy Oldham, Pat Phillips, M Scoins, K Marshall 14-18; Norma Peters, Rita Hinde, B Rossiter, T Mannion 12-28; R Dodson, A Taylor, Joan Duffy, M Edlin 17-19; J Hawkins, M Peters, AN Other, Pam Hawkins 17-20; T Ward, Pam Dunn, Veronica Jones, B Duffy 21-21
Clarence B registered a resounding away victory over Winscombe C in Division Three North of the Somerset County League. They won by large margins on two rinks and lost narrowly on the other.
Golden Oldies Bert Cheffers, Bob Cornwall and Dick Jackman, plus their comparatively youthful skip Maurice Phillips, finished 33 shots clear, having had two sixes, while the rink skipped by John Edwards won by 18.
Winscombe C 31 (2), Clarence B 79 (10): B Rossiter, J Hicks, M Skyrme, J Edwards 27-9; B Cheffers, B Cornwall, D Jackman, M Phillips 38-5; A Bishop, A Kermack, B Duffy, K Marshall 14-17.
Clarence’s mixed team entertained tourists Bromley Town over 10 rinks and lost by 15 shots. The home side won on five rinks and drew another.
Clarence 159, Bromley Town 184: Brenda Hayes, D Weston, Pam Dunn, A Gardiner 19-11; A Bishop, B Cornwall, John Hayes, Veronica Jones 13-20; Shirley Scoins, N Flaskett, Pam Turner, Audrey Harris 16-15; Norma Peters, Val Gardiner, Pat Phillips, B Duffy 19-14; Janet Anning, Carol Marshall, R Dodson, M Phillips 10-21; Lucy Oldham, Marysia Angove, Joan Duffy, M Edlin 19-14; R Francombe, R Tancock, M Peters, B Ballinger 16-16; B Rossiter, Rita Hinde, A Taylor, J Edwards 22-18; J Hawkins, Ann Ballinger, Pauline Dunn, Pam Hawkins 15-27; Jenny Weston, N Martin, M Scoins, K Marshall 10-28.
WINSCOMBE had a successful week starting with a good home win in the Weston & District Over-60s League against Ashcombe, winning by a margin of 35 shots.
In the Clevedon & District Co-operative Funeralcare League, there was an equally good win against Yatton, this time by 25 shots.
The first leg of the annual inter-club Parrot Shield game away to Banwell proved, as always, to be a competitive, but friendly match being won by Banwell by just three shots, which will be carried over to the home leg at Winscombe on July 22.
Winscombe are through to the North Somerset 4 Dimensions semi-final after beating Nailsea away in the single, pairs and rink but losing the triple.
Winscombe 122, Ashcombe 87 (Over-60s League): M Nash, A Watts, P Fredersdorff 11-21; R Lowman, T Uccellini, A Dudley 34-11; M Hunt, G Coombe, R Birmingham 20-12; G Lloyd, M Hunter, W Ainsworth 20-15; B Paul, L Collier, T Ellis 20-11; R Wootten, J Sprouting, M Adams 17-17.
Winscombe 90, Yatton 65 (C&D League): K Whatling, M Nash, A Dudley, R Lowman 23-19; A Watts, P Fredersdorff, R Lacy, M Adams 26-12; S Easterby, R Kibble, M Dorrington, R Birmingham 22-15; B Paul, P John, W Ainsworth, S Eastment 19-21.
Winscombe 97, Banwell 100 (Parrot Shield): A Watts, P Fredersdorff, L Collier, R Lowman 17-17; R Wootten, M Hunter, R Lacy, T Ellis 14-17; N Hansford, R Kibble, W Ainsworth, S Eastment 17-19; M Dorrington, M Nash, G Coombe, R Birmingham 23-29; K Whatling, J Sprouting, A Dudley, M Adams 26-18.
Winscombe 3, Nailsea 1: (NS 4 Dimensions) – singles: R Birmingham 21-8; pairs: R Lowman, G Neville 23-15; triple: A Watts, N Hansford, A Dudley 13-23; rink: M Dorrington, R Lacy, S Eastment, M Adams 22-10.
ISLE of Wedmore men’s A team visited Ashcombe for a Division 1 North match and won two rinks with a draw in the third to come away with a victory.
Eddie Payne and his team had the best win of the day with a 23-16 rink win.
Wedmore 65, Ashcombe 57: S Newdick, P Bean, K Pettit, D Nicholls 18-17; R Bull, K Phillimore, R Thurkettle, E Payne 23-16; D Collins, J Runciman, R Newell, D Wederell 24-24.
Wedmore played Portishead twice with the first match, played away in steady rain was a cup match and Wedmore lost 88-128, winning just two rinks.
The second Over-60s match played at home resulted in a good win for Wedmore. Both Keith Pettit and Tony Brown’s teams won with an 11-shot differential.
Wedmore 111, Portishead 93: J Harvey, R Norris, K Pettit 26-15; T Collingwood, B Aston, T Brown 23-12; V Matthews, R Hunt, I Faulkner 7-22; J Runciman, D Barnett, C Panchaud 15-17; T Counsell, K Davey, R Hughes 22-12; D Skelton, G Dodd, B Back 18-15.
The ladies played four Weston & District League matches. Away at Portishead, they won with a dramatic 30-7 win by Pauline Cottrell and her team sealing the victory
Wedmore Ladies 51, Portishead 43: M Stansfield, M Trow, G. Harvey 16-15; J Collins, J Wheller, M Hordle 5-21; B Clark, E Deverill, P Cottrell 30-7.
For the second match the ladies visited Clarence where they won two of the three rinks. Pauline Cottrell’s team had the best win of the day 20-13.
Wedmore Ladies 52, Clarence 47: C Mercer, J Wheller, M Hordle 17-23; J Collingwood, J Hunt, G Harvey 15-11; T Newell, A Hughes, P Cottrell 20-13.
The next match was played at Burnham and after a match where two rinks had large differentials, Wedmore lost by five shots. Gill Harvey and her team had the best win of the day 22-9
Wedmore Ladies 44, Burnham 49: B Disbrey, J Wheller, M Trow 17-15; J Collingwood, J Gainey, M Hordle 5-25; C Mercer, E Deverill, G Harvey 22-9.
The last of the Weston & District matches, again played away, was at Wessex and Wedmore brought their tally to three wins in four matches. Ladies captain Elaine Deverill led her team to a 20-11 win
Wedmore Ladies 50, Wessex 46: J Hunt, L Hamblin, M Stansfield 18-17; M Barron, M Trow, E Deverill 20-11; C Mercer, C Pettit, M Hordle 12-18.
In an MSL match away at Frome Selwood, Wedmore lost all three rinks with a final score of 46-60.
A Bowls England touring team visited Wedmore and after a highly competitive afternoon’s bowling, Wedmore won by 129 shots to 101.
In another mixed friendly match played at home, Wedmore managed a convincing win over visitors Paulton with a score of 88-56. Keith Davey and his team had the best result of the day with a 34-12 victory.
ASHCOMBE Park ladies’ president Sylvia Ford and captain Sylvia Hopkins hosted their fun day with the captain’s team being victorious.
An American supper organised by Martin and Lesley Paterson and the band of helpers (Team 42) followed the game and this was enjoyed by everyone.
Ashcombe Ladies 51 (9), Wessex 46 (1) (Wessex League): D Norville, B Cullen, S Hopkins, C Hedges 17-16; M Tucker, J Field, L Paterson, S Weaden 17-17; M Main, S Davies, M Tasker, A Goacher 17-13.
Ashcombe Ladies 59 (10), Long Ashton 32 (0) (North Somerset Triples League): N Counsell, B MacGregor, A Goacher 22-10; M Tasker, J Hughes, S Weaden 16-10; M Main, J Wilkinson, J McInally 21-12.
Ashcombe are away to Ilminster for a quarter-final match in the Fear Cup tomorrow (Fri), at 6pm and on Sunday, play Portishead RBL at home in the Southey Trophy at 2.30pm.
A SIX-shot victory for Mary Davison’s rink was the highlight for Clarence ladies as they lost by five shots at home to Isle of Wedmore in a replayed Weston & District League match.
Clarence Ladies 47, Isle of Wedmore Ladies 52: S Pritchard, V Collicott, M Davison 23-17; S Scoins, P Phillips, P Hawkins 11-15; V Jones, P Dunn, P Burrough 13-20.
Davison was successful again, skipping Sheila Ellis and Vi Senior to a win by 16 shots as Clarence Ladies won by 15 away to West Backwell. Val Collicott’s trio were one-shot victors.
West Backwell Ladies 30, Clarence 45: S Ellis, V Senior, M Davison 25-9; P Fowler, V Jones, A Harris 10; S Searle, J Colman, V Collicott 10-9.
Audrey Harris’s trio were pipped by one on the last end as Clarence went down at home to Victoria.
Clarence Ladies 40, Victoria 74: S Searle, P Phillips, P Burrough 15-31; S Scoins, J Colman, P Hawkins 12-29; A Ballinger, V Jones, A Harris 13-14.
VICTORIA ladies had one game abandoned because of the weather, but managed to win their game in the Weston & District Triples League by a convincing margin at Clarence.
They took all 10 points with all three skips - Sue Cooper, Margaret Hillman and Mildred Chudley leading their rinks to excellent wins.
Victoria 79 (10), Clarence 40 (0) (Weston & District Triple League): T Ellis, E Newport, S Cooper 31-15; R Cleeves, C Willetts, M Hillman 14-13; C Sage, S Newman, M Chudley 29-12.
The ladies held their annual fixed jack competition with over 20 members taking part and encouragingly many of the new members also joined the competition.
With the match decided on a points basis, the winner was Sue Harrison 224 points, closely followed by Sue Newman 218 and Chris Sage 216. Highest rookie was Hannah Frye, scoring a splendid 197 points.
This was the fourth year of the competition with the men of the club assisting as markers and umpires and are now also considering including the event in the men’s calendar next year.
WESSEX Ladies 33 (2), Congresbury 57 (8) (Weston & District Ladies League): M Hawkins, B Jones, A Ward 7-23; P Turner, P Taylor, M Williams 16-13; P Hanson, P Dunn, A Fewings 10-21.
Wessex Ladies 46 (4), Isle of Wedmore 48 (6): V Gardiner, B Jones, A Ward 17-16; E Wade, C Peart, P Dunn 11-20; P Turner, M Davis, M Williams 18-12.
ST ANDREWS ladies playing a friendly triple match at home against Burnham, lost by 14 shots, despite a 16-shot win by Sheila Glenville’s trio.
St Andrews Ladies 49 Burnham 63 (friendly): K Dobney, F Allen, S Glenville 22-6; S Priory, A Greenwwod, J Smith 16-27; J Force, S Sinclair, M Bailey 11-30.
WINSCOMBE ladies played a friendly against Nailsea at home on what turned out to be an increasingly wet afternoon, and after 12 ends it was decided to call it a day with the visitors winning overall by just six shots.
They had a more successful result on the following day when playing North Petherton away in the Wessex League, winning on two rinks and by 59 shots to 54.
Their friendly match against Wrington was equally successful, despite winning only one of the three rinks. Fortunately, skip Angela Ainsworth with the help of Jill Wiles and June Rush built up enough of a lead to cover the losses on the other two rinks and Winscombe won overall by 50 shots to 42.
Winscombe Ladies 26, Nailsea 32 (friendly): C Hopes, S Ovenden, T Miles, S Nash 13-5; C Bryant, M Howell, D Sapsford, J Kimmins 7-17; S Vincent, L Coombe, P Heal, L Fredersdorff (c) 6-10.
Winscombe Ladies 59, North Petherton 54 (Wessex League): L Parfitt, S Nash, R Keane, A Ainsworth 18-27; T Miles (c), J Rush, S Lowman, M Adams 18-12; C Hopes, L Dyer, E Watts, S Caddy 23-15.
Winscombe Ladies 50,Wrington 42 (friendly): D Seaman, M Smith, R Keane (c) 13-14; A Griffin, M Sprouting, M Adams 17-19; J Wiles, J Rush, A Ainsworth 20-9.