Acle A eight points clear at top of Division One of Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League

Acle A moved eight points clear at the top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League after beating Lynnsport A 124-55, Jamie Howlett's rink top scoring 41-4.

County Arts A have moved up to third place after winning 88-73 at Diss A with Rob Norman's rink winning 30-11.

Division Two have new leaders after Pinewood Park A beat Acle B 94-68 with Keith Medlar's rink taking the honours for a second consecutive week after a 36-5 win.

The only match in Division Three saw Browston B beat Brecks A 93-74, led by C Deverill's rink winning 25-8. Division Four leaders North Walsham lost for only the second time this season when they went down 86-76 at bottom club Wymondham C, whose Steve Williams won 28-19. Norfolk BC C remain second after beating Diss B 88-54, Alan Goldsmith's rink winning 35-14.

Third placed Pinewood Park B won 87-70 at Great Yarmouth A with Eric Brickell's rink top scoring 33-15.

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County Arts C beat Pentney B 101-65, helped by Bob North's rink winning 40-9.

The top of the table clash in Division Five saw Dereham B end leaders' Gallow B unbeaten run with an 104-76 win, Roger Lench's rink for Dereham leading the way 38-13.

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Shotford B remain third after beating Brecks B 118-73 with Keith Rickards' rink winning 42-10. Roundwood B gained their first win of the season beating Lynnsport B at home by 80 shots to 73, despite the Lynnsport rink skipped by David Bailey winning 31-11.

In the quarter-finals of the Denny Plate, Norfolk BC beat Swale IBC 91-81. In the semi-finals Norfolk will play either Barwell or Malvern Hills and Copeland will play Kingsthorpe. The semi-finals and final will be in Chelmsford on Saturday, April 14.

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