Chesham cruise to Jubilee win
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.