Harlington hit top form BOWLS
HARLINGTON bowlers enjoyed two wins out of three this week.
Friendly matches they might have been, but it is always good for confidence and Harlington will be in high spirits after this trio of matches.
J Fulbrook, S Cutmore and D Anderson got them off to the best possible start in a 47-43 triumph over Stanwell.
They doubled up with a 107-102 win over Homefield Park and were one shot away from making it a treble victory as they slipped to a 50-49 loss to Richings Park.
In the Veteran’s League Division One there were defeats for Eastcote and Northwood while Ladygate’s gane was rained off. Ruislip Bs drew with Century Bs in Division Three. OSHWAL NW broke their Wembley & Harrow Table Tennis League duck this week but still took a 4-1 beating by Vagabonds.
Lowlands B had a surprise 3-2 win over a strong Eastcote A team of Gerry Hawkins and Tony Dias, with Ken Lee winning both his singles.
Kenton B also caused an upset against the previously unbeaten Lowlands A team winning 3-2. Terun Desai from Division Four played with a Division Two handicap and helped Les Samuels win the doubles.
IFSport won the top of the table clash against Kenton who found themselves 4-0 down after the singles but managed to win the doubles to cut the deficit to 1-4. ICKENHAM Youth U14s are celebrating a double triumph after claiming the Middlesex FA Respect Award and the League Respect Award.
The club marked the occasion with a presentation at Uxbridge Golf Club and thanked Heidi and Dave Sherwood for raising more than £10,000 towards new facilities.
Ickenham are looking for an U16s manager and coach for the new 2015-16 season.
Call Annette McCorkell on 07974 319 443 or log onto www.iyfc.net.