Acle A stay in pole position of Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League Division One after win
- Credit: James Bass
Acle A have maintained their position at the top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League, sponsored by Granite Transformations, with victory at home to Pentney A by 104 shots to 60, writes David Perry.
Wymondham A have moved into second place following their win at home to Acle B by 118 shots to 62, Roger Guy's rink winning 29-6. Norfolk BC A won at home to Gallow A by 85 shots to 62, Jake Willgress's rink winning 24-9, and champions County Arts A got back to winning ways with victory at home to Lynnsport A by 99 shots to 59. Brian Taylor's rink top scored (27-13).
In Division Two, Beccles remain top of the table after they beat Shotford A at home by 111 shots to 65 – Mark Todd's rink winning 28-8. Pinewood Park A are now second in the table after they beat North Walsham at home by 82 shots to 63, David Perry's rink winning 23-10. Hunstanton beat Diss A at home by 88 shots to 70, Colin Bix the top rink for the home side thanks to a 24-10 win.
Dereham A have moved to the top of Division Three (North) with an impressive 108 shots to 54 win away at Pentney B, Dean Rudling's rink winning 37-9.
Lakeside B are second following their win away at Gallow B by 78 shots to 66, Ian Turnbull's rink winning for them 22-9.
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Lynnsport B beat County Arts C 120-52, top rink Mel Pitcher's 28-9, and Roundwood A beat Pinewood Park B 101-66, top rink honours being shared by Rod Linford 26-14 and Tony Thrower 28-16.
In Division Three (Central) Diss B remain top of the table following their win at home to Roundwood B by 118 shots to 51, Tony Baker's rink top scoring 36-12. Wymondham B won away at Dereham B by 103 shots to 51.5, with their rink skipped by Graham Jinks winning 27-8.
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Lowestoft Rail kept up their 100pc start to the season with a win at home to Acle B by 105 shots to 42, Roger Flatt's rink winning 29-5. Norfolk BC B also remain unbeaten after they won away at Browston B by 86 shots to 66, Tony Davis's rink winning 31-8.