Norfolk BC A extend their led at the top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League
PUBLISHED: 11:44 26 February 2018 | UPDATED: 11:44 26 February 2018
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Norfolk BC A have extended their lead at the top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League to 12 points after they won at home to Gallow A by 95 shots to 63, James Segolo’s rink top scoring 31-11.
Acle A move into second place after they won at Beccles by 91 shots to 77, Graham Punchard’s rink winning 28-16.
At the bottom of the table Acle B won at home to County Arts A by 80 shots to 71, Denis Goodley’s rink winning 24-15, and Shotford A won their first game of the season, beating Lynnsport A at home by 71 shots to 69.
Joint top scorers were the home rink skipped by Derek Ashfield 24-16 and the away rink skipped by Jon Cason 19-11.
In Division Two Woodlands A continued their climb up the table beating leaders Wymondham A at home by 91 shots to 73, Roger Greef’s rink winning 30-18.
Roundwood A won away at Browston A by 80 shots to 62, Arnie Ingram’s rink winning 20-10, and Pentney A won at home to Hunstanton by 92 shots to 79, Nigel Carter’s rink winning 25-18.
The only game in Division Four saw Lynnsport B win at home to Pentney B by 102 shots to 67, Keith Rippon’s rink top scoring 39-8.
In Division Five leaders Roundwood B won at home to second-placed Dereham B by 83 shots to 65, David Lutkin’s rink winning 29-15, and Wymondham C won at home to Norfolk BC C by 83 shots to 62, Tony Carberry’s rink winning 22-10.
Norfolk CIBA have reached the final of the National Over 60 Inter-County Knock-Out competition for the second consecutive year after beating Lincolnshire CIBA in the semi-finals by 126 shots to 125 at St Neots IBC.
Before the game President Roger Greef presented Brian Taylor with a commemorative tie in recognition of playing his 200th indoor game for the county.
In the final they will play Surrey CIBA at Melton & District IBC on Tuesday, March 27.
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