Che­sham’s away blues


Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT -

FOL­LOW­ING the pre­vi­ous week’s win over Wy­combe, Chess­vale Bowls Club’s Bucks Cup team took on Che­sham and, de­spite win­ning both home rinks, lost 75-65 over­all.

But they did make progress in the Vi Trun­dall, where Chess­vale’s ladies, hav­ing also al­ready beaten Wy­combe, saw off Amer­sham 55-34.

The first Three Coun­ties League match of the sea­son at home to Hare­field saw Chess­vale win 115-95, with a high­est win­ning rink from Mar­garet Harding, Jean Net­tle­ton, Chris Nash and Pete Stafford, but they then went down 105-83 in the same league at Wexham, de­spite a top rink from Harding, Jude Cam­bell-Grieve, Sheila Clarke and Barry Red­ding.

Che­sham Pi­o­neers Par­tially Sighted Club were then beaten 36-28, with Christine Rance, Jean An­drews and Will Gehrig bag­ging the best rink.

But Chess­vale lost both a Chiltern & Thames League and a friendly at Wen­dover.

The week ended with an­other Three Coun­ties clash, this time at home to lo­cal ri­vals Amer­sham, and Chess­vale again took brag­ging rights by win­ning on all rinks, but the most im­pres­sive came from Red­ding, Pauline Loakes, Mal­colm An­drews and Brian Baker.

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