Acle A stay in charge at top of Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League after win over B team

Acle A remain top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League after they beat their own

Acle A remain top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League after they beat their own B team 91-80. Picture: Archant - Credit: Archant

Acle A remain top of Division One of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League after they beat their own B team 91-80.

However, top rink in the match was the B team's rink skipped by Denis Goodley 31-10.

Gallow A have moved up to second place after they won away at Shotford A 79-73, top rink honours being shared by the away rinks skipped by Danny Cawthorne (22-14) and Richard Mason (26-18).

Norfolk BC A won at home to Lynnsport A 91-74, Bernie Perrett's rink winning 30-10, and Beccles won at home to County Arts A 73-69, Mark Todd's rink winning 23-13.

In Division Two Roundwood A have moved to the top of the table after they won at home to Hunstanton 93-57, Arnie Ingram's rink winning 34-8. Wymondham A are now second after their win at home to Diss A 85-69, James Austin-Mills rink winning 27-18.


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Previous leaders Pentney A drop to third in the table after they lost at home to Browston A 79-70, Peter Hurren's rink for the away team top scoring 26-10. Woodlands A won at home to Lowestoft Rail 77-63, David Perry's rink winning 21-10.

Dereham A won at home to Wymondham B in Division Three 74-72, Peter Webster's rink winning 23-12. North Walsham won their first game of the season at home to Acle C 87-74, Tony Elvin's rink winning 25-18.

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