Mixed week for County Arts A but they still lead the way ahead of Acle


- Credit: James Bass

With their Denny Plate quarter-final being played next weekend County Arts A completed a mixed weekend in the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League by playing two games in Division One.

On Saturday they lost away at Gallow A by 109 shots to 78, Sam King's rink top scoring 38-15, and on Sunday they won at home to Diss A by 104 shots to 40.5, with their rink skipped by Robin Norman top scoring 25-7.

These results meant that Acle A are now 5.5 points behind County Arts A in second place after they were edged out away at Lynnsport A by 82 shots to 81, Stephen Winter's rink winning 32-15.

Beccles are now third in the table after they won at home to Wymondham A by 127 shots to 59, Ben Harber's rink winning 35-9. Norfolk BC A move up to fourth place after they won away at Diss A by 105 shots to 43, Wayne Willgress's rink winning 27-7.

In Division Two both the top two teams lost, Shotford A away at Wymondham B by 88 shots to 76, John George's rink winning 32-13, and Pentney A away at Acle B by 103 shots to 61, Wyn Willimott's rink winning 33-9.

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Woodlands A closed the gap on the top two by winning at Dereham A by 80 shots to 65, Keith Medlar's rink top scoring 30-10. County Arts B won at home to Browston A by 76 shots to 75, Keith Edgar's rink winning 21-10.

The only game in Division Three (North) saw Pentney B win at home to Old Hall by 72 shots to 68, David Futter's rink winning 25-9.

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In Division Three (Central) Norfolk BC B won at home to Diss B by 78 shots to 75, Alan Goldsmith's rink winning 19-13.

Acle C have edged a point clear at the top of Division Three (South) after they won away at Roundwood B by 104 shots to 57, Alan Kendall's rink winning 28-12. Second-placed Lowestoft Rail won at home to Browston B by 115 shots to 61, Roger Flatt's rink top scoring 38-11.

In the Norfolk CIBA Top Ten League Woodlands won at home to Pentney by 90 shots to 63.

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