Ladies enjoy a fine start to indoor season
Woodspring Indoor Bowls Club ladies have enjoyed a fine start to the winter season.
WOODSPRING Indoor Bowls Club ladies had an outstanding start to their winter season friendlies, winning both games by a huge margin.
Against Winscombe they won on both rinks (at home) by 25-shots apiece and against St Andrews (away), won on two of the three rinks played.
In the Weston Mixed League against Clarence, Woodspring were victorious winning on all four rinks, three of the rinks won substantially and the fourth by one shot.
Woodspring 63, Winscombe 13: S Noyes, S Davies, M Tasker, S Lupton 33-8; I Bryant, C Willetts, B Cullen, S Weaden.
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Woodspring 71, St Andrews 45: T Miles, S Davies, M Tasker, S Lupton 23-16; S Searle, S Hopkins, P Edwards, S Weaden 34-8; M Sell, S Collard, R Cleave, M Williams 14-21.
Woodspring 80, Clarence 43 – home: R Bryant, D Freestone, E Hopkins, G Russell 19-10; S Davies, D Cooper, S Hopkins, G Fews 14-13. Away: J Beat, C Hedges, S Hedges, M Reeves 25-8; N Coombes, M Sell, B Cullen, T Williams 22-12.
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