In today’s BW Ladies National Pairs played at Salisbury BC, Jackie Pearce & Janet Willis of Stratton Churchway and Debbie Shadwell and Kathryn Yeoman of Box won their semi-final matches ans will go on to the BE National Championships at Royal Leamington Spa in August.
In this mornings quarter finals the Sratton Churchway pair won 20 – 18 against B Land from Chippenham Town whilst the Box pair beat M Jay of Spencer Melksham 24 – 8. This afternoons semi-finals Jackie & Janet beat Kay Webb & Sue Fletcher from Westlecot as Debbie & Kathryn beat Joanna Hicks & Linda Young of Highworth.
Royal Wootton Bassett Triple of Ginny Nash, Maisie Daniell and Charlotte Daniell today booked their place at the Bowls England National Finals when they defeated Margaret Webber, Jean Duffield and Mo Woolley 21 – 17 in today’s BW Ladies semi-final played at Box today.
They will be joined at Royal Leamington Spa by Debbie Shadwell, Sue Cooke & Alex Jacobs from Box who beat Marian Kilburn, Nicki Kemble-Young and Pat Jones from Supermarine 24 – 8 in the other semi-final.
Bowls Wiltshire Under 25s
Wiltshire v Somerset
Date Sunday 28th April 2019
Time 1.30pm for 2pm start
Dress Whites; County Shirts
Venue Chippenham Town BC, Hardenhuish Park, Bristol Road, Chippenham, SN14 6LR
| Dave Murray
Chippenham Town have won the Four Rink League beating Holt in a thrilling final with the game going down to the last bowl. Both teams won on two rinks but Chippenham won the match scoring two more shots, 78 to 76.
North Trio of Janet Hardie, Sue Pitman and Ann Roberts Phare this morning won the Ladies Benevolent Triples defeating Purton 27-5
Neil Yeoman from Broughton Gifford denied Dave Godwin from Royal Wootton Bassett a hat trick of wins at the County Finals held in Devizes this weekend when he won the Champion of Champions 21 -19. Trailing 19 – 12 after 18 ends he pick up 9 shots over the next 4 ends to win the match.
Box this morning won the Bowls Wiltshire Ladies Top Ten when they beat Westlecot 3 – 1.
Chippenham Town won the Bowls Wiltshire Mixed Double Rink when they defeated Avon B 48-38 winning 30-12 on one rink and losing 26-18 on the other.
Emma Maslen from Avon won the Ladies Unbadged at Devizes yesterday. In the semi-final she beat Val Ringham of Chippenham Town 17-13 and then went on to beat Sue Fletcher from Wroughton 15-8 in the final. Sue Fletcher had earlier beaten Lynn Hicks from Devizes 14-8.