Pinewood’s win over champions is a lifeline
Pinewood Park A have kept alive their chances of staying in the top division of Norfolk CIBA County League.
Playing champions Acle A at home, they won by 81 shots to 68, Keith Medlar's rink top scoring 29-19. Meanwhile, Lakeside A were losing 99-55 at North Walsham A, the home rink skipped by Ian Wones winning 30-8.
Pinewood Park must now win at Wymondham A next weekend and gain five points to remain in the top division.
Wymondham A lost 91-66 at Norfolk BC A, Bernie Perrett's rink for Norfolk BC winning 29-10. But the solitary point Wymondham picked up should ensure their place in Division One next season.
Gallow A secured their top flight place by beating County Arts A at home 105-59, Mervyn King's rink top scoring 31-13.
In Division Two, Roundwood A beat Shotford A at home by 89 shots to 65 to relegate the visitors to Division Three next season, the Roundwood rink skipped by J Spinks winning 32-17.
Lakeside B are Division Three champions after they won 105-60 at home to Norfolk BC C, their rink skipped by R Booth winning 36-13. Also promoted are Pentney A following their 81-75 win at home to Dereham A.
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Pinewood Park B are relegated after they lost 83-62 at Old Hall. Providing they don't lose heavily next weekend at Norfolk BC B, Old Hall should remain in Division Three next season at the expense of Norfolk BC C.
Wymondham C clinched the second promotion spot on Division Five after they won 87-66 at home to Shotford B.
Browston Hall A are Norfolk CIBA Top Ten champions after beating Pentney 79-64.
? League trophies will be presented by Norfolk CIBA president Ken Ince at the county dinner at Pinewood Park IBC on Sunday, April 17.