BowlS: rail teamS make top club progreSS

Ash­ford Rail

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Sport -

Ash­ford Rail ladies and men have both pro­gressed in the Top Club com­pe­ti­tion, The ladies beat Kearsney 4-0 and now meet ei­ther Vic­to­ria Park from Deal or Herne Bay Chris Breeds tri­umphed 21-18 in the sin­gles, Anne Rut­land and Linda Green­halgh were 26-14 win­ners in the pairs, while Ash­leigh Min­ter, Gill Hawkes and skip Mo Hayes took the triples 27-8. Hazel Larkin, Neve Sam­son, Mary For­tune and Linda Wil­liams were 20-10 vic­tors in the fours. Mo Hayes part­nered Trudy Paine and Gill Hawkes in the triples in the 3-1 win over Len­ham, not Anne Rut­land as we re­ported last week. The men went through 3-2 against Can­ter­bury and now face Sand­wich. Clive Allen and Ian Lark­ing won the pairs 20-17, Eric Pea­cock, Den­nis Gib­son and Gor­don Sam­son were suc­cess­ful in the triples (21-17) and Garry Breeds, Bob Rand, Ge­orge Coles and Gor­don Sam­son were 18-17 win­ners in the fours. Keith Smith lost in the two woods (16-13) and Paul Scrivener went down 21-8 in the sin­gles. In club matches, Rail were 112-95 win­ners at home to Cheri­ton in a six-rink mixed triples. Tony Antino, Trudy Paine and skip Alan Aldridge were lead­ing rink (23-7). Rail tri­umphed 105-76 in a five-rink mixed triples win at Pe­nen­den Heath. They won on four rinks and drew the other, with Ron Butcher, Den­nis Gibbs and skip Jenny Farmer the best win­ning rink (28-14). East Kent Mixed Triples sixrink com­pe­ti­tion. Sadler and Sandie Smith were again mem­bers of the top win­ning trio, with Ray Hayward. The ladies lost 32-30 in a close Shep­way League Two Triples con­test. Sandie Smith, Judy Swan and skip Gill Howard were the best win­ning rink. the wooden spoon. Anne Smith, Anne Walker and Ju­dith Pick­ford ad­vanced in the Kent County Triples with a 16-13 win over Hythe, while Pick­ford and Knight lost in the pairs 28-11 to the same club. Ten­ter­den picked up six points beat­ing Rye 65-62 in the Mer­maid League, Elaine Dixon, Linda Harper and Terry Pick­ford won 22-8.

Ten­ter­den coach Alan Haselup presents the wooden spoon to Ray Vince

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