Deaf Sport shock Kirby Bedon in Summer Cup
Deaf Sports achieved another giant- killing shock in the Norfolk Summer Cup, beating Division One opponents Kirby Bedon on shots after finishing level at 4-4 on points to reach a semi-finals that might only contain one top flight club.
Gillian Amos, Dennis Kemble and Robin Amos of Deaf Sports snatched a one shot win against Carol Aggas, Phil Watson and John Aggas in the first half but Kirby's Shirley Brown, Jimmy Dye and Joe Brown gave Kirby a two shot interval lead beating John Jeffery's triple 14-11.
Joe Brown's triple added an 11-10 win against Amos after the break but Rosemary Hall, Richard Sutton & John Jeffery earned Deaf an eight shot win beating John Aggas' triple 20-9.
Wymondham's determined efforts to secure that elusive first Norfolk Summer League title would appear to be in pieces yet again after a 6-2 home defeat at the hands of defending champions Bob Carter.
Wymondham's Mark Linsdell, Debbie Phillips and Jon Sparham were determined to end their poor run of results but conceded a five and a three to trail 8-2 after just three ends against Carter's George Clarke, Melvin Woods & Trevor Brown. These ends proved fatal as Brown's triple carved out a 16-11 win. Wymondham's first half misery was completed as Andrew Jackson, Jack Barrett and Chris Mann saw a 6-1 lead evaporate as Carter's Nigel Willard, David Lamb & John Turner came from behind to win 13-9.
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After the break Mark Linsdell was switched to skip but this change failed to prevent his triple suffering their sixth consecutive defeat as they went down by 15-11 to John Turner's triple.
Chris Mann's triple scored the home sides only win beating Trevor Brown's triple 20-14 after picking up nine shots on ends seven & nine.
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At the other end of the table Hevingham visited Anglian Windows and are still without a win after crashing to an 8-0 defeat. Mike Boswell's triple beat Maurice Kemp 17-9 and then beat Vic Woods' triple 16-13. Avril Walker's triple opened with a 13-11 win against Vic Woods and finished with a 12-10 win against Kemp.
In Division Two both Deaf Sports & Halvergate moved themselves firmly into the promotion race at the cost of First Bus. Deaf Sports won four tight games to collect a maximum 8-0 home win against First Bus.
Robin Amos won his games by 14-11 & 15-9 while John Jefferys won both his games by 13-12. In their next match First Bus entertained newly promoted Halvergate and will be disappointed to have suffered a 6-2 home defeat while the visitors piled up the shots scoring 86 against 48.
The first half was drawn with John Cummins, Colin Coman & Bob Oatway winning 26-6 for First Bus against Robbie Lamb's triple while Halvergate's Kevin Watson, Steven Lamb & Keith Cooke beat Bob Pattison's triple 27-6.
After the break Halvergate took control with Ian Mills, Ray Lamb & Robbie Lamb beating Bob Pattison's triple 33-3 and Keith Cooke's triple beating Bob Oatway 20-13.
Hingham Yellow recorded their sixth win in seven games beating Framingham Earl 5-3 as Wendy Tweed, Malcolm Southgate & Keith Thomas beat Ray Jennings 22-4 and drew 15-15 against Karl Bunn. Ethel Pash, Joan Blaza & Ray Jennings of Framingham Earl romped to a 23-4 win against Graham Tweed's triple in the opening session so it was a surprise to see them crash to a heavy defeat in their second game.
Framingham Earl won 6-2 away to Hingham Green with Bunn's triple winning by 15-10 & 17-3. County Council won a hotly contested match against Watton by just one shot but it was enough to earn them a 6-2 home win.
Council's Andy Couperthwaite, Sylvia Roe & Malcolm Roe beat Margaret Hunter's triple 12-11 and followed with a 13-9 win against Roger Braham's triple while Rob Cranston's triple beat Roger Braham 11-10.
Watton's win was earned by Margaret Hunter's triple when they beat Rob Cranston 15-10.