Champions Acle are up and running

North Walsham A extended their lead at the top of the Norfolk County Indoor Bowling Association Gladedale Homes County League with a comprehensive home win over Wymondham Dell A by 66 shots - Brian Taylor again recording the highest rink win by 39 shots to 10.

North Walsham A extended their lead at the top of the Norfolk County Indoor Bowling Association Gladedale Homes County League with a comprehensive home win over Wymondham Dell A by 66 shots - Brian Taylor again recording the highest rink win by 39 shots to 10.

Gallow A kept themselves in touch at the top with a fine away win over newly promoted Roundwood A, Mervyn King's rink coming home with a 24-13 card.

Champions Acle A at last got their season off to winning ways following a home win over Norfolk BC A, Tony Dunton leading the way with a 27-15 rink win.

County Arts A had another miserable weekend with another loss on the road, this time to high-flying Pentney A, with Peter Chestney's rink doing most of the damage with a 32-12 victory.

With only three matches completed it looks a long and difficult season for both County Arts A and Wymondham Dell A.

In Division Two, Lakeside A dropped their first point of the season at home to Acle B. However, club secretary Alec Manson's rink spearheaded another overwhelming victory to keep themselves in prime spot for promotion.

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Pinewood Park A are also continuing their fine form, with an away victory over County Arts B by 15 shots. Last season's title challengers Diss A seem to be in deep trouble with another defeat, this time to last season's Division Three champions Norfolk BC B, and have only half a point so far from their two matches.

In the West Norfolk local derby, Hunstanton A managed to get the better of Lynnsport with Ken Morrison having the best rink win by 23-15.

In Division Three, Browston A continued in their dominant form with another crushing victory, this time over North Walsham B, with Browston club secretary Daniel Noble recording a

29-12 rink win, and they now lead the division by six points. Wymondham Dell B are still in contention with a game in hand, and are also still unbeaten after victory at home over Shotford A.

In Division Five, there was a top of the table clash between two of the league's new teams. Dereham A travelled to Thetford to face Brecks B and came away with a win, with Stan Allcock's rink being the deciding factor.