Draw leaves Acle on brink of Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League Division One title
Acle A need just 1� points from their last game against Diss A to clinch this year's Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League Division One title.
Their game at Lakeside A ended in a 75 shot apiece draw with top rink honours also shared between the home rink skipped by Ken Breame (24-13) and the Acle rink skipped by Tony Dunton (25-14).
Second-placed County Arts A slipped up at Wymondham A, losing 95-71 with James Austin top scoring for Wymondham 35-8. Norfolk BC A remain third after an 82-70 win over Diss A – David Naughton's rink winning 28-13 – a result which relgated Diss. Gallow A beat Lynnsport A 70-61.
In Division Two, Pentney A set up a final week title decider with Pinewood Park A after beating Roundwood A 82-71 with Mike King's rink winning 25-10. Roundwood A travel to County Arts B next weekend to decide which of them will be relegated.
Shotford A have won Division Three after beating Norfolk BC B 103-76 with the rink skipped by Richard Brinded winning 37-16.
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Both of the relegated teams lost away, Wymondham B 85-80 at Acle C and Browston B 110-57 at Brecks A. Old Hall beat Dereham A 83-80, with their only winning rink that of Bob Hall with a 30-9 score.
The Division Four title has gone to North Walsham after they won 81-64 at second placed Pinewood Park B (Derek Jeary 29-8).
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