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Gallow bowls latest

PUBLISHED: 12:36 04 November 2010

BOWLS: The Gallow Men’s A team, in the Norfolk Premier League at Lakeside A, lost. Each team won on two rinks, but Lakeside won on aggregate by 11 shots.

Scores: D Webb, T Beck, M Starkey, M King won 22-17. L Seppings, R Nurse, W Graver, P Shackcloth won 21-19. D Taney, D Vaughan, A Walton. R Mason lost 21-15. S King, S Savory, S Lowe, M Riches lost 23-11.

In the Over-60 Men’s National Double Rinks, Gallow lost on both rinks to Pinewood Park.

Playing against Norfolk Bowling Club in the Under-25 National Double Rinks, the Gallow team lost to a very strong team who could go along way in this competition.

This was a very good experience for Gallow’s much younger players, and they thank Jamie Chestney, Sam King and Shaun Savory for playing with the younger players.

Home team Rhys Morgan, Lee Johnson, Danny Cawthorne, Jamie Chestney lost 25-13. Away Team Jake Biggs, Curtis Walters, Shaun Savory, Sam King lost 22-16.

The Gallow Ladies’ A team, at home against Browston Ladies’ A in the Premier League, won 57 shots to 33 (7-1).

Scores: L Ward, S King, M Emment won 16-4. J Rix V Howe, L Hannant won 15-6, A Leverett, S Burlingham, J Wright won 17-11, C Lincoln, J Green, P Jarvis lost 12-9.

Playing away against Diss Men’s B in the league, Gallow Men’s B had a very good win by 87 shots to 76 (7-1).

Scores: R Preston, D Thody, B Dickinson, R Wicks won 29-19, M Rayner, A Pearson, H Kirby, F Hazel won 20-14, I Routh, J Biggs, T Anderson, K Mallett won 22-21, D Cawthorne, R Morgan, T Beeston, K Frohawk lost 22-16.


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