The Zone Final of the Top Club Competition between Pagham and Chichester ladies was played at Pagham. Chichester won on three out of four disciplines to get through with a 75-71 victory.
Pagham were delighted to host the event on their improved green.
Pagham were delighted to host the event on their improved green.
Scores: Singles: Denise Latter beat Carol Bowles 21-19; Pairs: Chris Hobbs & Betty Spicer beat Val Foyle and Sue Blyth 26-15; Triples: Mary Potter, Bridget Collins & April Janman lost 23-10 to Chris Lewendon, Joan Adams and Sheila Jones; Fours: Jean Hole, Pam Rampton, Wendy Adams & Sue Miles beat Grace Humphreys, Melva Bateman, Mollie Back and Cynthia Ruler 18-14.
Chichester 38 Preston 36
Playing in the zone finals of both the County Double Rink, Chichester also reached the final.
Scores: Chris Hobbs, Bridget Collins, Sue Miles & Betty Spicer won 19-17; Debbie Hogg, Steph Baverstock, Wendy Adams, April Janman drew 19-19.
Chichester 55 Aldingbourne 36
Chichester hosted Aldingbourne in the C&M League and took all the points after winning on both rinks.
Scores: Chris Hobbs, Bridget Collins, Sue Miles & Denise Latter won 34-16; Debbie Hogg, Mary Potter, Wendy Adams & April Janman won 21-20.
Chichester 38 White Rock 33
In the semi-final of the Sussex Double Fours Abergavenny Cup competition, holders Chichester beat White Rock BC of Hastings by five shots.
Scores, home: Peter Whale, David Schofield, Simon Tooley, Mick Page (skip) won 22-13; Away: Kevin Ball, Derek Leach, Clive Keedwell, Matt Bonnar (skip) lost 20-16.
Chichester A 113 Crablands 44
Chichester A were always in control of their West Sussex League division-one match at home to Crablands and with wins on all four rinks they picked up the maximum ten points.
Scores: P Whale, B Talmage, M Bowden, D Schofield (skip) won 20-14; P Green, G Buckle, C Keedwell, M Bonnar (skip) won 32-9; G Jackson, S Meyer, B Butler, T Sayers (skip) won 29-10; K Ball, T Hardgrove, D Leach, C Benham (skip) won 32-11.
Chichester 84 Aldingbourne 59
Chichester B entertained Aldingbourne in their West Sussex League third-division match and with two good wins and two narrow defeats they secured six points.
Scores: S Wilson, R Anscombe, C Porter, M Hannant (skip) won 23-10; A Daines, B Money, L Etherington, P White (skip) lost 21-18; T Jennings, J Dyke, P Merritt, C Wade (skip) lost 17-15; A Deller, T Wiseman, J Pickard, A Avery (skip) won 28-9.
Marine Gardens 78 Chichester B 75
Chichester B were ahead in their away West Sussex League division-three game, but the game slipped away from them over the last two ends and Chichester returned with four points.
Scores: A Deller, T Wiseman, J Pickard, A Avery (skip) lost 22-17; A Daines, B Money, L Etherington (skip) (playing one short) lost 27-10; C Porter, R Anscombe, T Haigh, M Hannant (skip) won 24-15; A Stewart, J Dyke, P Merritt, C Wade (skip) won 24-14.
Chichester 58 Midhurst 74
Chichester were edged out of the Midhurst Cup in a semi-final defeat to Midhurst. Chichester’s home and away teams both lost by eight shots giving Midhurst overall victory by 16 shots.
Scores, home: L Etherington, A Avery, A Janman (skip) lost 23-10; T Wiseman, S Baverstock, S Meyer (skip) won 17-12; away, M Lewis, S Miles, B Talmage (skip) lost 15-11; C Porter, K Burt, P White (skip) lost 24-20.
Witterings v Norfolk
On a hot afternoon, Witterings men entertained Norfolk. The result was a disappointment after Witterings lost heavily on one rink. The other game was a draw.
Scores: Doug Holden, Paul Chivers, Gwilym Morgan and Dave Bell (skip) lost 29-10; John Heathorn, Ron Prior, Glyn Dobson,and Tony Nixon (skip) drew 21-21.
Witterings v Norfolk
Norfolk had not lost a match in the C&M League this season – until they met Witterings, who won on both rinks and took the six points.
Scores; Marion Corbett, Judy Bangs, Maureen Mulligan, Carole Tuffin (Skip) won; Diane Leach, Ros Hanbury, Anne May, Chris Horsley (skip) won; (friendly): Kate Nixon, Margaret Bowell, Sue Dobson, Marina Aylward (skip) won by two shots.
Witterings 101 Maltravers 59
On another sunny afternoon Witterings met Maltravers for a four-rink friendly. Witterings won by 42 shots.
Scores: Lesley Swift,Alan May, Ron Prior and Tony Nixon (skip) won 23-10; John Heathorn, Doug Holden, Sue Dobsonand Jan Derkatsch (Skip) won 29-8 (top rink); Teresa Heathorn, Brian Barnes, Glyn Dobson andGwilym Morgan (Skip) won 29-18; Nige Miller, Val Hooker, Diane Leach and Eric Shoyer (skip) lost 23-20.
Witterings 65 GM Hurricanes 87
Witterings lost this West Sussex League match.
Scores: Glyn Dobson, Tony Nixon, Fred Knotts, Ray Stephens (s) won 20-16; Paul Chivers, Brian Barnes, Eric Shoyer, Lindsay Bangs (s) lost 29-10; Ken Clark, Chris Jelf. Gwilym Morgan, Dave Bell (s) lost 23-16; Mark White, Alan May, Stuart Hooker, John Langworthy (s) drew 19-19. Witterings 3pts, Hurricanes 7pts.
Witterings 37 Maltravers 41
In the C&M League, Witterings lost by four shots.
Scores: Judy Bangs, Maureen Mulligan, Julie Mulligan, Carole Tuffin (skip) drew 23-23; Diane Leach, Ros Hanbury, Anne May, Chris Horsley (skip) lost 18-14; (friendly): Lesley Swift, Helen Mason, Karen Slogrove, Jan Derkatsch (skip) lost 24-15.
Southbourne 127 Crablands 46
Southbourne had a splendid win at home against Crablands in West Sussex division one. Southbourne won on all four rinks and overall by 81 shots to earn ten points.
Scores: Malcolm Keane, Eddie Neuts, Robin Armstrong & Mel Lillywhite (s) won 39-8; Pete Jasinski, Pete Garrard, Mark Soper & Andy Smith (s) won 29-6; Richard Galloway, Dave Young, Rodney Bull & Antony Bull (s) won 35-14; Dave Walter, Colin Bulbeck, Dave Fewell & Paul Butler (s) won 24-18.
Southbourne 52 Pulborough 24
Southbourne had a nice home win against Pulborough in division one of the BM mixed triples league. Southbourne won on both rinks and overall by 28 shots to earn six points.
Southbourne top the table with 34 points and have a game in hand over second-placed Pulborough on 32.
Scores: Audrey Bull, Pete Jasinski & Andy Smith (s) won 29-14; Mary Thornton, Irene Jennings & Mark Soper (s) won 23-10.
Fishbourne 25 Southbourne 42
Southbourne had a lovely win at Fishbourne in division one of the BM mixed triples league. Southbourne won on both rinks and overall by 17 shots to earn six points.
Scores: Eileen Keane, Pete Jasinski & Pete Garrard (s) won 26-11; Mary Thornton, Irene Jennings & Dave Young (s) won 16-14.
Crablands ladies earned six points in the heat at Lancing.
Scores: C Lewendon, M Bateman, S Jones and C Bowles won 40-11; G Humphreys, M Back, V Foyle and C Ruler won 24-13.
At home against Pagham, Crablands again took maximum points.
Scores: V Tyrrell, V Foyle, M Back and C Ruler won 22-14; C Lewendon, J Adams, S Jones and C Bowles won 18-12.
Three Crablands triples travelled to Worthing Beach House Park for the benevolent triples with the trio of C Lewendon, S Jones and C Bowles winning twice to go forward to the quarter, semi and final at Henfield on August 23.
Best of luck to them and commiserations to E Sadler, M Bateman and M Back and P Terry, V Foyle and J Adams.
Crablands visited RAFA for a friendly and won 70-68.
Scores: J Green, D Muncey and J Cornwell won 24-13; R Green, V Tyrrell and N Reynolds won 20-14; K Palin, C Cornwell and J Tyrrell lost 17-14; M Whittle, J Izen and V Foyle lost 24-12
West Dean 68 Norfolk 33
At West Dean Gardens, the home team won on two rinks and drew on the other.
Scores: John Elliott, John Butterworth, Phil Muggeridge [s] won 31-7; Ann Hiscock, John Jones, Andy Wood [s] drew 17-17; David Turner, David Harding, Tony Boxall [s] won 20-9.
West Dean 47 Haslemere 52
Haslemere won this close match by taking two of the three rinks.
Scores: Pam Patterson, John Jones, John Butterworth [s] won 16-14; Ian Morrison, Bob Holman, Tony Boxall [s] lost 16-14; Ann Hiscock, David Harding, Phil Muggeridge [s] lost 22-17.
Bognor played Headley in the semi-final of the Midhurst Cup, and despite losing on both rinks at home, they won on both rinks away with a final score of 65-61. They play the hosts Midhurst in the final on August 6.
Scores, home: Jane Colebrook-Taylor, John Christensen and Ron Gardner lost 20-14; Keith Hellyer, Gerry Stevens and Margaret Phillips lost 20-13; Away: David Parker, Penny Jones and John Edwards won 19-13; Ned Waddock, Christine Preston and Steve Soames won 19-8.
Bognor played Arundel in a mixed friendly, losing on three rinks and winning one but losing 93-66.
Scores: Ray Philpott, Christine Dunham, Nick Hatfield and Mike Philpot lost 27-10; David Parker, Bryan Harvey, Christine Preston and Ron Gardner won 20-18; Jenny Gibson, Simon Webster, Geoff Cook and Keith Taylor lost 23-21; George Dunham, Edna Keywood, John Parry and Len Hall lost 25-15.
Bognor ladies played Arundel ladies in a C&M League division-one game. They won on both rinks 48-28 and scored six points.
Scores: Lyn Carthew, Beryl Charlesworth, Anne Parry and Jean Spiers won 23-20; Jean Taylor, Penny Jones, Barbara Reardon and Margaret Phillips won 25-8.
Bognor men’s B team played Middleton in the West Sussex League division three. John Edwards’ rink were 13-1 down at nine ends and had a great comeback to draw. Bognor won on the other three rinks for a 90-66 win and nine points.
Scores: Nick Hatfield, Norman Burchfell, Keith Graham and Mike Philpot won 29-15; Geoff Cook, Geoff Kendall, Richard Robinson and Dave Matkins won 21-16; George Dunham, Phil Hasler, John Blacow and John Edwards drew 17-17; Rod Lincoln, Pat Phillips, Chris Witt and Bob Hey won 23-18.
A men’s league game at home to Southbourne in division one of the West Sussex League was lost 104-54.
Southbourne won on all four rinks and overall by 50 shots to earn ten points. Southbourne are currently second in the league, 11 points behind Tarring Priory ‘A’, but with 2 games in hand.
Scores: P Langridge, J Jones, J Cowley, M Adams lost 30-12 to Malcolm Keane, Eddie Neuts, Robin Armstrong & Mel Lillywhite (s); T Plows, P Burrell, R Hilder, P Mayoss lost 28-18 to Richard Galloway, Dave Young, Rodney Bull & Antony Bull (s); R Pearson, B Smith, D Vaughan, M English lost 19-15 to Pete Jasinski, Pete Garrard, Mark Soper & Andy Smith (s); N Terry, M Robini, J Burke, T Tack lost 27-9 to Dave Walter, Colin Bulbeck, Dave Fewell & Paul Butler (s).
Two Pagham mixed triples favced The Beavers partially-sighted bowlers. In warm sunshine, the Beavers won.
Four mixed triples faced Little Spain but Pagham lost87-46.
Scores: D Westcott, J Fox, P Quilter lost 21-14; A Burrell, D Spink, P Burrell lost 22-11; M Rees, J Taffurelli, M Adams lost 26-11; I Brooker, J Cutts, J Newell lost 18-10.
A ladies’ C&M League faced Crablands but lost 40-26.
Scores: J Cowley, A Ross, E Shine, S Stocker lost 18-12; I Brooker, M Donaldson, J Taffurelli, C Mayoss lost 22-14.
Two mixed triples faced Witterings in the BM League, winning 34-30 for four points.
Scores: P Burrell, C Mayoss, P Mayoss won 23-14; J Stocker, E Shine, S Stocker lost 20-16.
Middleton 30 Storrington 39
Middleton ladies, playing in a C&M League second-division fixture, lost their season’s unbeaten record to low-placed Storrington - but did pick up two points towards their goal of promotion.
Scores: Maureen Bravington, Linda Hills, Jane Nurse, Mary Wootten won 22-9; Sandra Shere, Irene Smith, Pat Eccles, Rosemary Gregory lost 30-8. Middleton 2pts, Storrington 4pts.
Middleton 66 Bognor B 90
Playing at home to Bognor B in the West Sussex Bowls League, Middleton men were leading in two games with just one end to play in each. But Bognor showed why they are unbeaten this season by winning one of these games and drawing the other.
Scores: Trevor Finch, David Wilkins, Ken Baker, Andrew Nurse lost 29-15; Chopsie Chapman, Peter Lush, Ian Hart, John Graham lost 21-16, Terry Bridge, Ken Walker, Reg Eccles, Gary Steventon drew 17-17, Colin Pratt, Roy Kempson, Keith Berkeley, Bob Colvin lost 23-18. Middleton 1pt Bognor B 9pts.
Middleton 39 Goring Manor 56
This mixed-trips friendly was the first time Middleton had played Goring Manor, the club created from the merger of West Tarring and Field Place.
Scores: Angela Chandler, Chopsie Chapman, Terry Bridge lost 22-13; Rolf Huber, Marilyn Winterflood, Andrew Nurse, lost 14-10; Jane Nurse, Iris Newton, Bob Bravington lost 20-16.
Cranleigh 42 (1pt) Midhurst 51 (4pts)
In the Three Counties League, by winning on two rinks Midhurst won overall by nine shots to go third in division one.
Scores: Catherine Dixon, Margaret Sole and Dave King won 20-11; Stuart Largan, Paul Chuter & Gerald Dixon won 18-16; Howard Seymour, Malcolm Hutchings & Terry Berry lost 15-13.
Haslemere Ladies 43 Midhurst Ladies 48
Midhurst ladies visited Haslemere and won overall by five shots.
Scores: Stella Tait, Jean Adams & Ann Chuter lost 13-11; C Bandell, Lilly Kingswell & Margaret Sole won 21-9; Sarah Porter, Delphine Clark & Marjorie Hayward won 14-13.
Petworth enjoyed a friendly and a league game but results did not go their way.
A friendly mixed triples team travelled to Graffham and had trouble adjusting to the heavy grass rink, so different from Petworth’s home carpet.
Scores: Jean Brown, Geoff Harris and Jim Palmer lost 18-12; Carol Hall, Barry Stanton and Bill Bryder lost 22-12; Kathy Williams, Stan Entikcnap and Selwyn Hall lost 21-13.
On Saturday Bognor, the top league team, beat Petworth on three rinks out of four and overall by 83-57. Bognor took eight points, Petworth two.
Scores: Peter Miles, Les Martin, Geoff Harris and Mike Berry lost 29-10 to Rod Lincoln, Chris Witt, Bob Hey and John Whitfield; Kevin Mitchell, Brian Tee, Mick Booth and Jim Palmer beat Geoff Cook, Geoff Kendall, Keith Graham and Richard Robinson 25-14; Selwyn Hall, Ron Elliott, Nigel Flynn and Alan Potter lost 20-11 to George Dunham, Phil Hasler, John Blacow; John Edwards; Stan Entivknap, Roger Lucking, Bill Bryder and David Mustard lost 20-11 to Nick Hatfield, Ray Philpott, Pat Phillips and Len Hall.
A triples competition was the format for the Fines Shield.
Winners were Arthur Ellcome, Sue Judd and Sheila Allen. Runners-up were Nancy Goodyer, Mike Ryan and Bernard Adsett.
Joan Fines donated a nice selection of raffle prizes, the proceeds going to the club.
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