Ashcombe win first round of 4 Dimensions

PUBLISHED: 09:22 23 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:22 23 May 2014

Alex Horsburgh bowling for St Andrew's BC.

Alex Horsburgh bowling for St Andrew's BC.

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Ashcombe Park won their first round match in the North Somerset 4 Dimension competition against Clevedon Promenade.

AFTER a very close and exciting match, Ashcombe Park won their first round match in the North Somerset 4 Dimension competition against Clevedon Prom.

Gaining victories in the triples and pairs and a draw in the fours, Ashcombe only lost the singles match after a terrific effort by Ian Shannon. In the pairs, E Roberts and J Whitton came from behind to claim victory. R Powell, G Wilkinson and A Yates had a great win in the triples and in the fours match, A Wilmot, M West, J Whitlow and DA Williams had a well deserved draw.

The Knights had a tight game against Mark Moor in the Over-60s League, winning by just one shot. Ashcombe took four of the six rinks played, but each team had one rink that had a good score.

In a friendly against Bristol, Ashcombe men had a substantial win. Fielding four rinks, they won three of them and overall by 18 shots.

Two more Over-60s games were played – the Knights against Burnham and the Crusaders versus Portishead. Again, the Knights had a close game, winning on four rinks and taking the game by just six shots.

The Crusaders also won on four rinks, but Portishead could not hold them and they romped home with an impressive win of 56 shots.

Ashcombe B played Clarence B in the County League and lost by 10 shots, only managing to win on one rink.

Four junior members challenged the club captain and vice-captain to a full rink game, and two other juniors joined the captain in a game over 11 ends.

Playing for the juniors were Danni Little, aged 15, Imogen Cracknell (12), Luke Yeates (13) and Abi Brigham-Curtis (12) and they went on to win 9-8, picking up a four on the last end.

The club has five juniors at this standard, three more coming along at novice stage and two others having to study for exams at school, but would welcome more.

Coaching is on Wednesday and Saturday mornings at 10am. All ages welcome and you only need flat shoes.

Ashcombe 2.5, Clevedon Prom 1.5 (4 Dimensions) – singles: I Shannon 13-21; pairs: E Roberts, J Whitton 20-17; triples: R Powell, G Wilkinson, A Yates 23-16; rink: A Wilmot, M West, J Whitlow, DA Williams 19-19.

Ashcombe Knights 98, Mark Moor 97: B Jones, R Tasker, E Hopkins 24-17; A Wright, E Roberts, I Shannon 16-13; A Freke, M Parry, L Day 16-14; D Cooper, I Baker, J Main 13-12; G Kingsey, G Mills, T Cottrell 14-15; N Coombes, R Counsell, K Wheeler 15-26.

Ashcombe 82, Bristol 64 (friendly): T Morgan, S Hedges, J Hornett, B Hadley 26-15; G Tucker, M Badman, G Wilkinson, J Creasey 22-9; M Tripp, D Underhay, L Cox, B Webber 12-23; S Andrews, D Bleasdale, T Bass, J Taylor 22-17.

Ashcombe Knights 109, Burnham 103 (Over-60s): A Wright, R Tasker, G Hooper 15-26; G Kinsey, M Bass, E Hopkins 21-12; R Counsell, I Baker, J Main 11-27; D Cooper, E Roberts, L Day 22-11; B Jones, M Parry, D Carr 24-12; N Coombes, A Freke, T Cottrell 16-15.

Ashcombe Crusaders 131, Portishead 75 (Over-60s): P Sheppard, T Bass, J Whitton 17-12; T Morgan, M Southwood, J Creasey 27-4; R Powell, G Wilkinson, A Yates 33-9; G Finnegan, S Hedges, DA Williams 15-19; B Hadley, J Hornett, J Taylor 12-21; G Tottle, A Little, B Webber 27-10.

Ashcombe B 47, Clarence B 57 (County League): B Cracknell, B Underhay, R Tasker, E Hopkins 14-19; D Freestone, M Bass, T Cottrell, B Webber 10-25; M Paterson, M Parry, B Benstead, J Creasey 23-13.

ST ANDREWS men had a successful week in all their competitive matches, starting with a comprehensive win by the A team in the county double fours at home to Wyrral Park.

This was followed by an extremely tight game in the Over-60s Triple League at home to Clevedon Promenade. At the 15th end, the Saints trailed by seven shots overall, but a nine-shot gain in the final three ends gave them a win by two shots and a 14-point to six haul.

Saints’ B team won again at home in the county league against Portishead, taking nine of the 12 points to win by 18 shots, mainly thanks to a 19-shot win by the rink skipped by A Horsburgh.

St Andrews A 50, Wyrral Park 23 (County Double Fours): K Uglow, A McMillan, G Aldridge, S Davies 23-12; R Smith, D Bailey, K Curtis, A Owens 25-11.

St Andrews 100, Wyrral Park 98 (Over-60s League): B Rogers, K Uglow, K Curtis 16-16; A Yeeles, A Ware, B Reeves 25-16; T Allen, D Price, J Warren 7-26; G Sims, E Day, A Horsburgh 12-12; R Smith, R Roberts, R Gill 14-18; M Goddard, R McLeod, G Wride 26-10.

St Andrews 62, Portishead 44 (County League): R Brereton, E Day, R Roberts, D Favis 15-16; D Wills, T Allen, R McLeod, G Wride 17-17: A Lay, A Cooper, J Warren, A Horsburgh 30-11.

FOR the second week running, Clarence A just edged a tight match in Division 1 North of the Somerset County League, beating visitors Chew Stoke A by five shots.

Team captain David Stott skipped Clarence’s only winning rink, but their nine-shot margin of victory was enough as the other two home fours went down narrowly. Roger Burrough’s men picked up five shots over the last five ends, while Richard Crawford’s lost by one on the final end.

Clarence A 52 (8), Chew Stoke A 47 (4): A Bishop, T Mannion, T Pritchard, R Burrough 16-19; B Rossiter, M Edlin, B Ballinger, D Stott 21-12; R Flicker, J Keay, G Barlow, R Crawford 15-16.

Clarence B made it a day of double success, as they beat local rivals Ashcombe A by 10 shots at home in Division 3 North of the County League.

Skip Maurice Phillips was in great form as his four won by 15 shots, while club captain Brendan Duffy skipped his four to victory, earning Clarence B 10 points. The home team included two players in their 90s, Bert Cheffers and Bob Cornwall.

Clarence B 57 (10), Ashcombe B 47 (2): B Cheffers, M Scoins, K Marshall, B Duffy 19-14; R Dodson, B Cornwall, A Kermack, J Burgess 13-23; J Hawkins, D Jackman, J Edwards, M Phillips 25-10.

Clarence Blues made it three wins out of three in Division 1 of the Weston & District Over-60s League when they finished 12 shots ahead of home team Winscombe.

The rinks were shared, but the 19-shot victory by Roger Burrough’s trio proved ultimately decisive. Paul Tubb and Pete Palmer were the other successful Clarence skips.

Winscombe 98 (4), Clarence Blues 109 (14 ): A Bishop, T Mannion, G Barlow 13-17; T Ward, J Keay, R Burrough 29-10; D Grier, J Rogers, P Tubb 20-15; M Edlin, H Sparks, B Ballinger 13-16; R Rossiter, K Marshall, D Stott 12-23; R Flicker, B Underwood, P Palmer 22-17.

Portishead RBL, newly relegated from Division 1 of the Over-60s League and favourites to go straight back up, proved too strong for the Golds, Clarence’s second team.

David Gilbert, Mike Scoins and Clarence club captain Brendan Duffy battled valiantly on their rink and led 16-14 going into the last end, but dropped a four to lose by two. The other home rinks all went down.

Clarence Golds 73 (0), Portishead RBL 128 (20): M Peters, J Hicks, R Dodson 10-21; J Norris, D Jackman, M Phillips 10-16; D Gilbert, M Scoins, B Duffy 16-18; L Lewis, A Taylor, J Hayes 18-25; F Al-Hinai, C Tippett, J Atkins 10-25; J Hawkins, M Skyrme, J Edwards 9-23.

Clarence’s Sunday mixed team began their inter-club season with a trip to Cheltenham Whaddon. They lost on four of the six rinks and went down overall in an 18-end match, but had an excellent day out.

Cheltenham Whaddon 106, Clarence 77: Shirley Scoins, M Peters, T Pritchard, Carol Edlin 20-15; A Taylor, Pam Dunn, Joan Duffy, D Stott 7-20; Norma Peters, A Bishop, June Allard, Veronica Jones 13-15; J Hawkins, Sarie Pritchard, M Edlin, Pam Hawkins 9-12. Other Clarence rinks (no names available): 19-16, 9-28.

VICTORIA enjoyed a busy 10 days as they won nine of the 15 games played in the Somerset County League, Weston & District Over-60s League, National Top Club, National Double Rink, National 2 Rink and the North Somerset Four dimensions.

In the Top Club competition away to a strong Bristol team, Tony Bray won the four-wood singles, John Newman and Mike Cooper won the pairs and Mike Stocker skipped his rink to victory to seal a 3-2 win and a home match against Yatton A in the next round.

Victoria 3, Bristol 2 - two-wood singles: Will Harrison 9-14; four-wood singles: A Bray 21-13; pairs: J Newman, M Cooper 24-8; triples: N Stocker, P Leadbeater, M Stocker 19-9; fours: D Beard, D Fairhurst, K Harvey, C Gazzard 13-18.

Victoria lost on both rinks away to Wyrall Park in the National Double Rink competition, with the rink of Harrison Whyte, club vice-captain, Nick Sell, Malcolm Campbell and Bryan Stock losing by just four shots.

Victoria B 29, Wyrall Park 49: D Beard, P Fisher, D Fairhurst, D Sealey 11-27; H Whyte, N Sell, M Campbell, B Stock 18-22.

Victoria travelled to play Bloomfield B in the National Two Rink and secured an excellent victory with both Mike Cooper and Mike Stocker skipping their rinks to comfortable wins. Victoria’s reward is an away game against Portishead RBL.

Victoria A 52, Bloomfield B 34: N Stocker, P Leadbeater, C Gazzard, M Cooper 25-13; P Wyatt, J Newman, A Bray, M Stocker 27-21.

Another competition success was achieved away at Congresbury with Victoria winning 3-1 in the North Somerset 4 Dimension.

Mike Stocker and Mike Cooper again skipped their rink and pairs to victory and Colin Gazzard recovered from 16-20 down to win 21-20.

Victoria 3, Congresbury 1 - singles: C Gazzard 21-20; pairs: P Wyatt, M Cooper 25-10; triples: D Fairhurst, K Harvey, W Harrison 12-20; fours: N Stocker, P Leadbeater, A Bray, M Stocker 23-12.

Victoria A commenced their Somerset County campaign earning a well-deserved win at Bridgwater, picking up all 12 points. The rink of Darren Beard, Dave Fairhurst, Ken Harvey and skip Will Harrison top scored with an eight-shot win.

Victoria A 70 (12), Bridgwater 54 (0): D Beard, D Fairhurst, K Harvey, W Harrison 21-13; P Wyatt, J Newman, A Bray, M Stocker 26-23; N Stocker, P Leadbeater, C Gazzard, M Cooper 23-18.

Victoria B were soundly beaten at Chew Stoke, earning just two points from the rink win of Darren Beard, Nick Sell, Malcolm Campbell and Bryan Stock.

However, the bounced back from this heavy defeat with an emphatic win to take all 12 points at home to Yatton A, with the rink of Harrison Whyte, Phil Fisher, Mike Manning and Mike Taylor leading the way with a 15-shot victory

Victoria B 46 (2), Chew Stoke A 73 (10): R Fenwick, H Gibbs, J Howell, D Hurst 16-22; D Beard, N Sell, M Campbell, B Stock 20-17; H Whyte, P Fisher, M Manning,M Taylor 10-34.

Victoria B 71 (12), Yatton A 39 (0): P Lunn, N Sell, M Campbell, B Stock 21-14; R Fenwick, H Gibbs, J Howell, D Hurst 22-12; H Whyte, P Fisher, M Manning, M Taylor 28-13.

Victoria C returned home from Winscombe undefeated and with 11 points. The top rink was Lee Stocker, Tony Barnes, Dave Williams and Derek Jones.

It was a different story at home against Burnham B, with Victoria collecting just two points from the solitary rink win by Lee Stocker, Graham Richards, Dave Williams and skip Derek Jones.

Victoria C 68 (11), Winscombe C 46 (1): L Stocker, A Barnes, D Williams, D Jones 29-10; M Willetts, M Fletcher, G Hodge, D Sealey 20-17; R Hollier, T Gatehouse, K Holland, G Frost 19-19.

Victoria C 66 (2), Burnham B 69 (10): M Willetts, J Mingo-West, G Stocker, D Sealey 17-31; L Stocker, G Richards, D Williams, D Jones 28-13; R Hollier, T Gatehouse, S Evans, G Frost 21-25.

Victoria D lost at home to Chew Stoke B with the rink of Richard Jacobs, Richard Austin, Alex Waygood and Alan Shattock banking the two points for a rink win.

Victoria D 44 (2), Chew Stoke |B 60 (10): A Webb, W Nicholls, J Mingo-West, S Evans 13-22; J Codrington, J Turton, G Richards, J Griffiths 12-21; R Jacobs, R Austin, A Waygood, A Shattock 19-17.

In the Weston & District Over-60s League, Victoria Saxons won both their games against Clevedon and Isle of Wedmore.

Against Clevedon the rinks were shared 3-3, but the rink of Ray Fenwick, John Newman and skip Derek Hurst turned the match in favour of the Saxons to collect 14 points.

The Saxons played their second game of the week, at home against Isle of Wedmore winning five rinks and picking up a healthy 18 points. Terry Gatehouse, Malcolm Campbell and Keith Holland top scored with a rink win of 14 shots.

Victoria Saxons 105 (14), Clevedon 100 (6): D Williams, G Stocker, M Stocker 22-12; T Gatehouse, A Shattock, K Holland 13-19; H Whyte, A Bray, M Taylor 21-15; R Austin, R Rockett, K Harvey 10-17; R Fenwick, J Newman, D Hurst 27-11; M Fletcher, D Sealey, B Stock 12-26.

Victoria Saxons 110 (18), Isle of Wedmore 96 (2): H Whyte, A Bray, M Taylor 21-20; D Williams, G Stocker, M Stocker 22-14; A Shattock, D Jones, K Harvey 18-15; T Gatehouse, M Campbell, K Holland 21-7; M Fletcher, M Cooper, B Stock 17-15; P Lunn, J Newman, D Hurst 11-25.

Victoria Vikings were well beaten at Burnham, but gained a valuable four points from the two rinks skipped by John Smart and Graham Richards

Victoria Vikings 69 (4), Burnham 128 (16): R Jacobs, A Waygood, G Frost 7-30;

R Hollier, T Gilbert, D Jones 9-29; A Webb, M Willetts, A Shattock 16-23; J Turton, C Chudley, J Mingo-West 7-19; G Jones, P Newport, J Smart 15-14; W Nicholls, J Griffiths, G Richards 15-14.

Victoria played away at Bridgwater in a friendly, winning by 13 shots with decisive 15-shot rink wins by the rinks skipped by Derek Hurst and Mike Stocker.

Victoria 86, Bridgwater 73: J Codrington, J Mingo-West, P Newport, M Stocker 24-9; P Wyatt, C Chudley, A Shattock, D Jones 19-27; W Nicholls, G Richards, J Newman, D Hurst 29-14; M Willetts, A Waygood, A Bray, M Taylor 14-23.

Victoria entertained City of Wells in a Sunday three-rink mixed friendly. Victoria won all three rinks with Nancy Whyte leading her rink of Brian Johnson, Ellen Newport and skip Dave Fairhurst to a healthy winning margin.

Victoria 75, City of Wells 38: S Milliner, H Whyte, R Bailey, M Taylor 18-16; N Whyte, B Johnson, E Newport, D Fairhurst 37-8; C Stevens, W Nicholls, M Milliner, P Newport 20-14.

WINSCOMBE began the week with another visit to the Royal Household at Windsor.

This year it resulted in a win for the home side with Winscombe winning on the last end on the captain’s rink, thanks to two match-winning deliveries by their skip Tony Watts. The ladies also won one of their rinks and narrowly lost the other.

It was an exciting game in the Clevedon & District Co-operative Funeral League at Yatton. At one stage it looked like an easy win for Winscomb, but Yatton fought back and with one end to play, Winscombe were two down on the match. Happily the rink skipped by Rob Lacy secured a three to win the match by one shot.

In the Weston Over-60s Leagu, Winscombe played Clarence Blues and lost by 11 shots, despite sharing the rinks with three to each side.

In the Somerset League, Winscombe A, notwithstanding winning two of the three rinks, could only manage a draw at home to Nailsea B. Winscombe B had a good win away to Bristol C, winning on all three rinks and the game by 37 shots.

Winscombe 76, Yatton 75 (Clevedon & District Co-operative Funeral League): A Watts, K Whatling, W Ainsworth, M Adams 16-24; R Sapsford, M Nash, A Dudley, R Lacy 24-18; R Weller, R Fisher, B Paul, R Lowman 21-17; M Dorrington (c), J Smith, P Fredersdorff, S Eastment 15-16.

Winscombe 98, Clarence B 109 (Weston Over-60s Triples League): A Watts, M Hunter, P Fredersdorff 17-13; R Lowman, M Nash, G Neville 10-29; B Paul, G Coombe, W Ainsworth 15-20; G Lloyd, T Uccellini, A Dudley 16-13; R Wootten, J Sprouting (c), M Adams 23-12; C Westlake, L Collier, T Ellis 17-22.

Winscombe A 56, Nailsea B 56 (County League): S Easterby, J Lukins, A Dudley, S Eastment 16-26; G Lloyd, R Wootten, L Collier (c), R Birmingham 21-16; W Ainsworth, R Feltham, R Lowman, T Ellis 19-14.

Winscombe B 73, Bristol C 36 (County League): B Paul, J Sprouting, G Coombe, M Dorrington 22-12; K Whatling, T Uccellini, P Fredsdorff (c), A Watts 30-12; R Kibble, M Nash, M Hunter, G Neville 21-12.

The Winscombe C team match against Victoria D was postponed until June 14.

WEDMORE ladies played at home against Wessex in the Wessex League.

In beautiful conditions, the match was close on all three rinks until Wedmore managed to pull ahead in the last four ends.

Wedmore Ladies 66, Wessex 49: R Aston, J Collingwood, M Perry, E Deverill 17-15; D Gallop, M Barron, M Hordle, P Cottrell 21-18; I Rowlett, C Pettit, G Harvey, S Wederell 28-16.

The men’s team visited Victoria Saxons for an Over-60s Triples League match. Keith Burt’s team lost by just one shot and David Wederell led his team to the only win of the afternoon with a 25-11 score. Final score Wedmore 96, Victoria 115.

In the men’s B team league, Mark Moor visited Wedmore and the visitors won two out of three rinks. Dennis Stansfield and his team had the only win of the afternoon with a 20-12 score

Wedmore B 58, Mark Moor 59: J Runciman, R Hunt, I Faulkner, D Stansfield 20-12; S Fisher, S Newdick, C Panchaud, C Moss 18-24; V Matthews, T Hamblin, D Collins, K Burt 20-23.

Wedmore hosted a friendly against the Avon and Somerset Constabulary and the home side enjoyed a good win, losing just one rink and winning the match by 105-83. Keith Burt and his team had the best win of the day with a 29-8 victory.

Touring side Windsor from Wales played a men’s friendly and Wedmore won with a substantial 119-69 score. Dave Nicholls led his team to the best win of the day with a 21-8 result.

WESSEX ladies were successful in two of their three league matches.

Wessex Ladies 55 (8), Clevedon 53 (2): V Edwards, P Hanson, M Hawkins, J Davis 18-16; P Turner, P Dunn, M Davis, P Taylor 21-17; C Peart, J Duffy, B Jones, A Fewings 16-20.

Wessex Ladies 49 (0), Isle of Wedmore 66 (10): V Edwards, E Stott, P Dunn, A Fewings 16-28; N Peters, L Hedderman, D Forsyth, J Duffy 18-21; J Allard, M Milford, B Hayes, M Davis 15-17.

Wessex Ladies 55 (8), Burnham 40 (2): D Forsyth, B Hayes, J Duffy 15-20; J Allard, C Peart, P Taylor 23-12; V Edwards, B Jones, M Davis 17-8.

WINSCOMBE ladies started off their week with a friendly game played at home against Long Ashton.

The result was a decisive 75-34 win for the visitors. A match against Clevedon in the Wessex League had to be postponed to a later date, due to a lack of available players for Clevedon.

Winscombe fared better in their game played at home against Clarence in the North Somerset Triples League, winning two rinks out of the three and gaining four points, but losing 51-64 overall.

Winscombe Ladies 34, Long Ashton 75 (friendly) : D Seaman, L Coombe, L Fredersdorff (c), R Keane 9-33; C Hopes, P Burns, S Lowis, M Adams 13-24; L Dyer, S Nash, J Rush, W Weller 12-18.

Winscombe Ladies 51, Clarence 64 (NSTL): T Miles, S Lowman, L Fredersdorff (c) 16-14; J Rush, S Caddy, R Keane 21-8; M Smith, E Watts, A Ainsworth 14-32.

CLARENCE Ladies marched on in the North Somerset Triples League with their third successive victory.

This time, they were victorious by 20 shots away to Clevedon Prom. Comfortable wins from the rinks skipped by Carol Edlin and Pam Barnbrook more than made up for a narrow defeat in the third game.

Clevedon Prom 35, Clarence Ladies 55: S Scoins, C Cromey, M Noddings 17-19; J Mannion, P Hawkins, C Edlin 9-19; P Fowler, M Davison, P Barnbrook 7-19. Friendly rink: A Ballinger, V Collicott, V Jones 7-31.

Nailsea 27, Clarence Ladies 70 (friendly): S Scoins, P Phillips, P Hawkins 23-15; S Searle, V Jones, P Burrough 19-3; P Fowler, J Anning, J Mannion 28-9.

ASHCOMBE Ladies 55, Congresbury 56: A Cox, B Cullen, M Tasker, J McInally 18-12; M Main, M Baker, B Macgregor, C Hedges 19-25; J Field, L Paterson, N Counsell, J Wilkinson 18-19.

ST ANDREWS ladies enjoyed success in the two matches played last week.

They won by five shots in an away friendly to Clevedon Promenade, following this up with another good win in the DRT League at home to Yatton, winning by 12 shots, taking two of the three rinks contested.

St Andrews Ladies 44, Clevedon Promenade 39: F Allen, D Johnston, I Tofte 14-13; M Wride, S Priory, M Bailey 16-13; J Pitman, A Greenwood, J Smith 14-13.

St Andrews Ladies 38, Yatton 26 ( DRT League): M Wride, J McMillan, B Goddard, M Bailey 13-6; C Venn, A Greenwood, M Frost, M Pattenden 14-7; P Uglow, S Sinclair, J Ware, A Campbell 11-13.

VICTORIA ladies had an unexpected win at Clevedon in the National Top Club competition by winning 3-1.

After 10 ends in each dimension, Victoria were losing on three of the games with only the fours out in front. Sue Cooper playing in the singles against English international Laura Holden came back from 4-13 down to win 21-20.

The triples of Tiffany Ellis, Sue Newman and Mildred Chudley found themselves 5-10 down after 11 ends, but after picking up a five, never looked back and won by six shots.

Annie Holland’s rink went in front at the fourth end and won handsomely by nine shots. Only the pairs went down to defeat as they came up against another English international Stephanie Branfield.

Ladies’ captain Doreen Owen is looking forward to playing Portishead RBL, another strong team in the next round.

Victoria Ladies 3, Clevedon 1 - singles: S Cooper 21-20; pairs: R Cleeves, M Hillman 12-26; triples: T Ellis, S Newman, M Chudley 18-12; fours: C Sage, C Willetts, E Newport, A Holland 21-12.

Victoria ladies won all three rinks in a friendly at Clevedon Prom. Sue Cooper skipped her rink of Rita Bailey, Chris Stevens and Ellen Newport to a nine-shot win.

Victoria Ladies 52, Clevedon Prom 33: T Ellis, D Owen, R Cleeves, M Hillman 20-14; R Bailey, C Stevens, S Newman, S Cooper 18-9; C Sage, C Willetts, E Newport, A Holland 14-10.

Victoria Ladies played two games in the Mendip League, winning well away at Isle of Wedmore with Sue Cooper skipping her rink of Rita Bailey and Carol Willetts to a match winning victory and seven points.

The ladies were leading on all three rinks against Fosseway until the rain intervened, leaving Sue Cooper’s rink of Chris Stevens and Sue Newman the sole rink win to earn two points.

Victoria Ladies 44 (7), Isle of Wedmore 41 (3): R Bailey, C Willetts, S Cooper 17-9;

D Owen, S Newman, M Hillman 12-17; T Ellis, S Sokol, A Holland 15-15.

Victoria 43 (2), Fosseway 55 (8): C Stevens, S Newman, S Cooper 20-17; D Owen, C Willetts, M Hillman 14-20; G Poolman, R Bailey, A Holland 9-18.

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