Clarifications and corrections
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CORRECTIONS: In our story on page 10 last week, ‘Stroke sufferer takes on Great North Run’, we referred at one point to Peter Banks’s stroke as a cerebral haemorrhage. This was an incorrect term and we apologise for the mistake.
On page 43 last week, ‘Top spot clinched’, we stated that Harlington Bowling Club was beaten 51-42 in their bannerette match with Hayes and District Bowling Association.
They were in fact the winners by that scoreline, with J Fulbrook, A Macolive and S Brennan the highest winning rink, 25-8. We apologise for the error.