Che­sham cruise to Ju­bilee win

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CHE­SHAM

In the event, the lead was not needed as Che­sham won 110-95 away from home, with a top rink of Del­phine Brown, Grant Jenkins, Terri Keen and Pe­ter Hor­ton win­ning 23-6.

The club also won their Vi Trun­drell Tro­phy quar­ter-fi­nal against Chal­font St Giles.

Both rinks were won with Jean McNab, Lin Wright, Keen and Char­lene Turpie on top 19-9, and Fay Green, June Hol­land, Sue Sk­erry and Avril Har­land win­ning 26-10.

Che­sham will face Bletch­ley Town in the semi-fi­nal at home on Sun­day Au­gust 20. In the Chiltern and Thames League,

scored 61 to Loud­wa­ter’s 35, win­ning on two of the three rinks. The top rink for Chess Vale was that of Pauline Loakes, Ron Net­tle­ton and Barry Red­ding.

Vale over­came High Wy­combe 11186 in the Three Coun­ties League, win­ning on four out of five rinks with a top rink of Loakes, Alan Hard­ing, Jean Net­tle­ton and Pete West.

At home to Buck­ing­hamshire Ma­sonic Bowls As­so­ci­a­tion, Vale won 80-74, aided by a high­est scor­ing rink of Ken Wood­ward, Dave Holt, Mar­garet Baker and Alan Sher­rock.

In an­other home match, Chess Vale beat Bov­ing­don 80-34; Mae Nash, Arthur Hatch­ett, Jean Andrews, and Derek Coomber were top scor­ers.

But at Tring, Vale lost by 101-48, los­ing on all five rinks.

At home to in a Three Coun­ties League match, Vale beat the visi­tors 108-68.

The top rink was that of Ron Nash, Janet Gehrig, Ron Net­tle­ton and Shei- la Clarke with Chal­font’s best re­sult from Rose Kirby, Jan­ice Batkins, Rob Kirby and Tim Bald­win.

How­ever in an­other Three Coun­ties League match at Bas­sets­bury, Chess Vale lost 103-83 de­spite the ef­forts of Loakes, Brian Rogers, Jean Net­tle­ton and West, top rink for Chess Vale.

It was a dif­fer­ent story in the Chiltern and Thames League against Amer­sham, where Vale came home 57-42 with top scor­ers Loakes, Ron Net­tle­ton and Brian Baker.

Chal­font St Giles took on Iver Heath in a two-legged Thames Val­ley league game which saw both notch two wins. But ag­gre­gate home, away and to­tal scores saw St Giles take the win 75-61.

The top rink came from Dave Hard­ing, Barry Mills and Bryan Hed­ley, who won 31-7 away.

Lady­gate took an early lead in a friendly and although hon­ours were even in the sec­ond half, the hosts won 92-80. St Giles won two rinks with hon­ours to Mau­reen Hard­ing, Chris Moir and Roger Dar­bourne (23-8).

A Thames Val­ley League match, against Egham saw Chal­font lose 11-2 de­spite a top rink of Dave Hard­ing and Mick Lane, who won 15-12.

Chal­font won a friendly 94-78 against Kitch­en­ers de­spite win­ning only two of five triples. St Giles’ top rink came from Joyce Cripps, Roy Pound and Rob Kirby (27-6).

Jan­ice Batkins, Nick Ni­cholls and Denise Wil­liams sup­plied a 15-12 win in a rain-hit friendly loss to Ayles­bury Town as Chal­font went down 94-80.

Rose Kirby, Mo Hard­ing and Lyn Car­roll won the Cip­pen­ham Ladies Gala, on shot dif­fer­ence from High Wy­combe.

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