PORT TALBOT & DISTRICT BOWLS LEAGUE KENFIG Hill will fly the Bridgend County Borough flag in Division One next season, writes Tony Poole.
That was one of the most pleasing aspects of the season, as last sum- mer Bridgend wasn’t represented on the top table. Other Promotion and Relegation issues:
Division One: Bryn Welfare (champions) with Gwynfi and TRW Cam Gears both relegated.
Division Two: Mount Pleasant (champions) and Kenfig Hill both promoted with Griffin Park and Croeserw relegated.
Division Three: Port Talbot Ynys (champions) and Aberavon Liberal Club Do’s both promoted with Bridgend Municipal and Port Talbot Municipal relegated.
Division Four: Tyn-yTwr Badgers (champions) and BP Llandarcy Tank- ers both promoted with Melyn Borough and Brynhyfryd relegated.
Division Five: Briton Ferry Town (champions) and Cefn Cribwr both promoted. Final placings:
Division One: Bryn Welfare 142 points, Pontrhydyfen 125, Skewen 111, Briton Ferry Steel 96, Llansawel 94, Taibach 86, Gwynfi 82 and TRW Cam Gears 20.
Division Two: Mount Pleasant 120, Kenfig Hill 115, Prince of Wales Court Hawks 110, Caerau Welfare 97, Maesteg Celtic 92, Aberavon 90, Griffin Park 79 and Croeserw 67. Division Three: Port Talbot Ynys 167, Aberavon Liberal Club Do’s 136, Bridgend 124, Tyn-y-Twr 118, Tata Steel 115, Caerau Athletic 110, Maesteg 103, Bridgend Municipal 81 and Port Talbot Municipal 54.
Division Four: Tyny-Twr Badgers 123, BP Llandarcy Tankers 122, Aberkenfig 105, Cwmavon 100, Cymmer 99, Bryncoch 88, Melyn Borough 79 and Brynhyfryd 68.
Division Five: Briton Ferry Town 137, Cefn Cribwr 119, Pencoed 114, Prince of Wales Court Eagles 100, Aberavon Liberal Club Don’ts 83, Briton Ferry Steel Combine 80, Melyn United 52 and BP Llandarcy Oilers 57.