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Dell pair takes title

PUBLISHED: 17:54 30 July 2009 | UPDATED: 15:06 14 July 2010

The finals of the Norfolk County (EBA) Association championships took place on Sunday at Norfolk Bowling Club, involving Wymondham Dell players.

George Tubby of Acle St Edmunds became the singles champion with a 21-13 victory over defending champion John Ottaway of Wymondham Dell.

The finals of the Norfolk County (EBA) Association championships took place on Sunday at Norfolk Bowling Club, involving Wymondham Dell players.

George Tubby of Acle St Edmunds became the singles champion with a 21-13 victory over defending champion John Ottaway of Wymondham Dell. The game was close over the opening endings but George dominated the closing stages to run out a deserved winner.

In the pairs John Ottaway teamed up with Roger Guy to take on David Naunton and John George of the host club. In a high quality encounter where shots were at a premium, the Dell pair always had the edge and secured the title with a 18-8 victory.

Former winners Charles West, Chris Willgress and Wayne Willgress again from Norfolk Bowling Club won the triples title by defeating brothers Greg, Kevin and Roger Guy from Wymondham Dell 23-12.

After the early ends were close but a five shot score in the middle of the game gave the Norfolk Bowling Club triple the impetus and in the end they ran out comfortable winners.

Results

Singles: George Tubby (Acle St Edmunds) 21, John Ottaway (Wymondham Dell) 13.

Pairs: Roger Guy and John Ottaway (Wymondham Dell) 18, David Naunton and John George (Norfolk Bowling Club) 18.

Triples: Charles West, Chris Willgress and Wayne Willgress (Norfolk Bowling Club) 23,Greg Guy, Kevin Guy and Roger Guy (Wymondham Dell) 12.

Junior singles: Jamie Chestney (Hunstanton) 21, Jake Willgress (Norfolk Bowling Club) 5.


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