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Cup wins for Connaught

PUBLISHED: 09:47 10 June 2009 | UPDATED: 15:03 14 July 2010

CONNAUGHT Bowls Club, Attleborough, had a reasonable week marked by wins in the Bales Cup and the Jermy Cup.

In the Men's EBA, South One, Connaught A won 60-59 and 4-1 at Dickleburgh after a very tense finish.

CONNAUGHT Bowls Club, Attleborough, had a reasonable week marked by wins in the Bales Cup and the Jermy Cup.

In the Men's EBA, South One, Connaught A won 60-59 and 4-1 at Dickleburgh after a very tense finish. P Castle 20-14, J Ross 25-20, W Adcock 15-25.

Dickleburgh seemed to have won 3-2 but a brilliant last wood against Jim Ross just toppled back; Connaught lay one by millimetres to secure the two points for overall shots.

In South Two, Connaught B lost by 49-64 and 1.5-3.5 at home to Diss B. K Lurcock 19-19, D Liles 18-17, R Gilmour 12-28.

In the Bales Cup Connaught beat Mattishall at home by 88-34. W Adcock's rink registered an amazing 48-3 win.

In the mixed rinks Jermy Cup Connaught won 84-27 at Ashill, with J Ross winning by 35-2.

In the Ashill Mixed Triples League, Division One, Connaught B lost by 45-63 and 2-6 at Swaffham A. In Division Two Connaught D lost by 47-59 and 2-6 at Northwold.

In Division Four Connaught C won by 60-41 and 8-0 at home to Wicklewood.

In the county championships J Ross/O Allen and J Winup/M Parsons lost third round men's pairs matches at home to Thetford opponents. A ladies' triple skipped by Sheila Bragg lost at Diss.


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