Mixed success for Saints
St Andrew defeated Clarence in the Weston Mixed League, but just four shots.
A HEAVY defeat on one away rink proved costly for Clarence in their Weston Indoor Mixed League match against newly-crowned champions St Andrews.
Clarence finished up on two rinks and lost another by just one. However, a 25-shot defeat on the fourth meant that they lost by three shots.
The McMillan family rink of Rebecca, Marie, Andy and Grant Aldridge did exceptionally well to win by 12 shots at St Andrews.
Clarence 58, St Andrews 61 - home: J Keay, M Edlin, V Jones, J Davis 13-14; L Oldham, M Davison, J Bishop, M Adams 19-8. Away: M Woods, T Mannion, G Cooper, G Barlow 6-31; R McMillan, G Aldridge, M McMillan, A McMillan 20-8.
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In the Clarence leagues, bottom team Blues shocked Evening Triples leaders Reds on Tuesday night. Sixteen-year-old Tom Nagy, veteran Dick Jackman and skip Audrey Powell were 13-7 winners as Blacks took over the top spot from Reds on shot-difference.
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