Champs make flying start

INDOOR ROUND-UP: Defending champions Acle A continued their impressive start to the season by travelling to newly promoted Lakeside A and winning 107-60, with the rink skipped by George Tubby top-scoring 34-14.

Wymondham A won their first game of the season, beating Gallow A at home 90-69 (Alan Coombe top-scoring 23-16), while North Walsham A also recorded their first win by beating County Arts A at home by 78- 60 (top rink shared by Philip Barr 22-11 and Stephen Ellis 24-13).

In Division Two, Browston A are the early leaders following their second win of the season, this time at home to Brecks A by 77-68, with Vic Moore's rink winning 18-13.

Hunstanton and Diss A also won their second games of the season, Hunstanton at home to Shotford A 125-66 (C Bix 47-11) and Diss away at Acle B 82 - 77. The other match in the division saw Lynnsport win at home to Roundwood A 80-59 with Ian Whiley's rink winning 27-12.

Lakeside B top Division Three following an impressive 97-61 win at Pinewood Park A with their rink skipped by Frank Haverson winning 24-9. The closest match of the day was at Old Hall where the home team were held to a 77-77 draw by Pentney A, with the home rink skipped by Dean Shingfield top-scoring 29-19. County Arts B moved into third place in Division Three table following their 104-66 win at home to Norfolk BC C (top rink that of J Watson for the home team 32-9.


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In Division Four Dereham B beat County Arts C by 94 shots to 65 (top rink P Webster for Dereham 29-12), Diss B beat Browston B by 86 shots to 66 (M Rich for Diss 25-11) and Gallow B beat Acle C by 80 shots to 74 (K Frohawk for Gallow 27-17).

Division Five saw Roundwood B beat Wymondham C by 111 shots to 58 (top rink A Hutt for Roundwood 33-7), Pentney B beat Lakeside C by 94 shots to 65 (B Parry for Pentney 27-8) and in a close match Great Yarmouth B won away at Brecks B by 76 shots to 75 (G Curtis for Great Yarmouth 27-15).

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