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Tuesday, February 12, 2013
There was no change at the top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League following the weekend’s games.
County Arts A remain top after they won 80-74 at Pentney B, Philip Barr’s rink top scoring 30-20. Norfolk BC A have closed the gap to just one point after they beat Gallow A at home 117-50, winning on all four rinks. Jake Willgress’s rink top scored 37-6.
Acle A remain in third place following their 114- 50 win at home to Lakeside A, Tony Dunton’s rink winning 31-9. Wymondham A have pulled themselves away from the bottom after they beat Lynnsport A at home by 101 shots to 53, David Naunton’s rink winning 33-9.
In Division Two, Diss A have stretched their lead at the top to six points following their 83-77 win at home to Acle B, Roger Barnbrook’s rink winning 26-17. Second placed Pinewood Park A drew away at Shotford A 77-77, the Shotford rink skipped by M Taylor top scoring 26-12.
Norfolk BC B gained their first win of the season defeating Hunstanton at home by 82 shots to 78, Tony Davis’s rink winning 25-18.
Dereham A have moved to the top of Division Three following their 103-70 home win against to Acle C, John Gamblin’s rink winning 32-17.
Roundwood A have dropped to second in the table after they lost a close match at North Walsham by 74 shots to 73, despite their rink skipped by Phil Glover top scoring 22-9.
Old Hall beat Pinewood Park B at home by 83 shots to 74, Dean Shingfield’s rink winning 34-13, and Lakeside B gained a much needed win at home to Brecks by 106 shots to 54, Terry Maidstone’s rink winning 35-11.
Wymondham B remain top of Division 4 following their narrow victory away at Gallow B by 72 shots to 71, their rink skipped by Terry Prior winning 24-12. Browston B move up to third in the table after they defeated Diss B at home by 85 shots to 73, Michael Harvey’s rink winning 25-18. County Arts C beat Pentney B at home by 104 shots to 63, their rink skipped by B Nicholls winning 38-16.
In Division 5, Lynnsport B remain top after they won at home to Great Yarmouth by 92 shots to 63, Mel Pitchers rink top scoring for them 26-9. Wymondham B remain second just a point behind after they won away at Roundwood B by 99 shots to 60, Keith Warne’s rink winning 32-11.
A magnificent solo goal by midfielder Jonny Howson clinched a notable victory for Norwich City as they wrapped up their season by beating Premier League runners-up Manchester City on their own ground.