Pioneers’ heavy loss

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AMER­SHAM Bowls Club de­clared two high­est win­ning rinks from their 33-21 win over Che­sham Pioneers last Wed­nes­day.

Nor­man Wil­son, Ann Cam­brook and Peter Bray, and Meg Wil­son, Brian Drew and David Balder­son, both had the same shot and end dif­fer­ence and were im­pos­si­ble to sep­a­rate.

That same day, Amer­sham played a friendly at Kitch­en­ers, who were look­ing to avenge a de­feat ear­lier in the sea­son.

With one end to go, Amer­sham were lead­ing by seven shots, but there­after came a re­ver­sal of for­tunes and Kitch­en­ers ran out 65-63 win­ners, with top rink for Amer­sham Neal Evi­son, Mar­garet Sher­lock and Howard Brown.

There was also a dou­ble fix­ture the fol­low­ing day, with the men los­ing their last match of the sea­son away to Ger­rards Cross 83-65, de­spite win­ning on one rink through Ian At­t­ley, John Brooks and John Bar­ber, and draw­ing on the other.

By way of con­trast, the ladies played their fi­nal fix­ture of the sea­son against Hemel Hemp­stead and won 45-38, with the best rink from Mar­ian Hext, Pam Hunt and Ann Parker.

Ear­lier in the week, Amer­sham com­pleted a dou­ble over Pot­ten End in a match in which the score fluc­tu­ated sig­nif­i­cantly, and with Pot­ten on the verge of vic­tory with two end left.

How­ever, a grand­stand fin­ish fell in favour of Amer­sham, who took the game 69-63, with Betty Steane, John Brooks and David Balder­son tak­ing top rink hon­ours.

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