Browston A close in on promotion spot after Wymondham win
- Credit: James Bass
The only match in Division Two of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League this weekend saw Browston A move into the second promotion spot after they won at Wymondham B 82-70.
The top rink honours were shared by the Browston rinks skipped by Vic Moore 21-13 and Dennis Pratt 25-17.
In Division Three (North) already promoted Hunstanton continued their unbeaten season by winning away at Roundwood C 91-83, Kevin Johnson's rink winning 29-15. Old Hall have moved into second place in the table after they won away at Woodlands B 89-79, Brian Hall's rink winning 31-11. Lynnsport B drop to third place after they lost away at Pentney B 84-72, David Futter's rink winning for the home team 24-13.
Roundwood A also continue to be unbeaten in Division Three (Central) with a win at County Arts C 93-74, their rinks skipped by Arnie Ingram 29-17 and Norman Rollo 28-16 sharing top rink. The Brecks beat Diss B at home 95-75, their rink skipped by David Kay winning 34-14.
The Division Three (South) title challenge is now a two-horse race between Lowestoft Rail and Acle C. Acle C ended Great Yarmouth's chances after they beat them at home 112-63, Alan Kendall's rink winning 34-12. Lowestoft Rail stay top however after they won away at Norfolk BC C 105-49, Roger McGee's rink winning 34-11. Browston B move up to third place after they won at home to Roundwood B 119-42, Michael Howell's rink top scoring 30-8.
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