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Wymondham win well

PUBLISHED: 15:11 20 November 2008 | UPDATED: 14:45 14 July 2010

Wymondham short mat bowls team continued their good start to the season with a convincing home win against Banham three weeks ago.

Results were D Durrant, T Emms and B Saunders 19-14, E Tolver, S Foster and D Phillips 11-11.

Wymondham short mat bowls team continued their good start to the season with a convincing home win against Banham three weeks ago.

Results were D Durrant, T Emms and B Saunders 19-14, E Tolver, S Foster and D Phillips 11-11. Good wins for M Taylor, P L King and C Mann 23-6 and M Fisher, S Archer and S Phillips 34-4 with 87-35 on shots and a 9-1 points win.

Last Friday Wymondham travelled to Watton where they got a deserved 8-2 win and 66-51 shots.

The first session was all Wymondham's with wins for M Fisher, B Saunders and C Mann 16-8 and M Taylor, S Foster and D Phillips 22-13.

The second session was shared with D Durrant, T Emms and S Phillips narrowly going down 12-16 and a win for M Hallam, J Li Rocchi and P L King 16-14.

Wymondham then had a home game on Sunday against Forncett where the first session ran in 66 shots for the home side with wins for D Durrant, M Linsdell and C Mann 35-8 and M Taylor, T Emms and S Phillips 31-7.

The second session like the last match was shared on points. M Fisher, P L King and B Saunders going down on last end to finish 12-14 and S Archer, S Foster and D Phillips winning 26-11 with 104-40 on shots and 8-2 on points.


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