Andy Sayer stars with NCBA County Championships finals treble

The star of the NCBA County Championships, held at Martham Bowls Club on Sunday was King's Lynn's Andy Sayer – who ended the day with three titles to his name.

He started at 10 am with his partners Richard Bunton and Chris Woodcock, who pulled of a last end win in the 2-Bowl Rinks. Then he played the 2- Bowl singles final, where he ran out a 21-10 winners. And to round off a perfect day he again partnered Bunton and Woodcock in the 3-bowl rinks final, where they won 16-12.

It was a good day for bowlers from the West as they came away with six titles. North and East had three wins each with the South producing two.

All the winners go on to represent Norfolk at the EBF National Finals on the Suncastle Greens in Skegness from August 18-25.

The trophies were presented by the County Presidents David Filby and Carol Swan.


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• Finals results

U25 Open Pairs: Matthew Sparrow, Daniel Mills 24, Regan Simper, Sam Harrington 8. Senior singles: Tony Elvin 21, Alex Manson 16. 2-Bowl Rinks: Andy Sayer, Richard Bunton, Chris Woodcock 17, Daniel & Tony Seabourne, Paul Webb 16. Mixed Pairs: Melanie & George Haylett 17, Bev Masters, Neil Howell 15. 4-Bowl Singles: Justin Hudson 21, Brian Hubbard 9. Secretaries Singles: Vernon Hudson 21, Roy Himpleman 9. Mixed Rinks: Stephen Covell, Linda Blake, Bryan Sadler 20, Eddie & Lilian Barber, Graham Jay 13. Senior Mixed Pair: Janet Morton, John Laskey 19, Maureen & Michael Leverett 9. 2-Bowl Singles: Andy Sayer 21, Richard Howard 10. 3-Bowl Rinks: Andy Sayer, Richard Bunton, Chris Woodcock 16, Alex Manson, Alan Tallent, Phil Glover 12. 2-Bowl Senior Pairs: Tommy Armes, Barnie Wymer 19, Brian Hubbard, David Reynel 12. Pairs: Nigel Blyth, Vernon Hudson 18, Doug Oakley, Peter Forster 11. Champion of Champion Singles: Wayne Burrage 21, Tony Elvin 19. Under-25 Singles: Jordan Groves 21, Rhys Lloyd 17

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