Rail get the better of Park
Ashford Rail won 120-99 in a six-rink mixed triples at Folkestone Park.
Alice Varley, Tony Playford, and skip Dudley Bryant were best scorers, winning 26-7.
Saturday’s game against Canterbury was cancelled after heavy rain flooded the green.
Rail triumphed 101-82 against Boughton, with Janet Williams, Alan Haselup and skip Clive Allen best winners, 24-11.
Charing continued their winning form with an 8474 victory at Civil Service in Chatham on Sunday.
Keith Rich, Dave Hodges and Maureen Harmer produced the highest winning rink.
Tenterden A beat Hadlow 72-39 in their latest Weald League contest. Club captain Ray Walker, Ken Chapman and skip Andrea Crosser were top scoring rink, winning 30-9.
The B team went down 68-32 at Bearsted on Monday and lost 63-38 at home to Lenham the following day.
Tenterden were 90-42 winners at St Leonards in the Mermaid League.
Doug King, Ann Walker and skip Ray Walker won 27-3.
Hamstreet beat Charing 82-45, with Dick Baldwin’s rink, including M Day and G Colley, winning 35-7.
The club lost 75-60 at Hythe. The best-winning rink was skipped by Denise Rossington, with J and L. Marshall (19-16).
Hamstreet beat Beckley in the Mermaid League, with P Brabon, C Woodman and H Ford winning 23-9. Ashford Rail’s Mo Hayes and Anne Rutland were part of the triumphant Kent ladies’ team who lifted the Johns Trophy on Saturday. Kent beat Norfolk 128-114 in the final at Leamington Spa. It was the county’s first success since 2004, going one better than last year when they finished runners-up. They beat Gloucestershire 152-100 in the semi-finals.
Kent 128 Norfolk 114 (Kent skips): Jane Cogle (Borough Green) lost 13-17, Ann Harrison (Folkestone) lost 19-20, Sian Honnor (Milton Regis) won 29-19, Wendy King (Milton Regis) won 21-15. Eileen Simpson (Borstal) won 28-21. Julie Parker Lenham) lost 18-22. Kent’s men were beaten by defending champions Devon for the second successive year in the Middleton Cup final, losing 127-95. They were 128-82 winners over Bedfordshire in the semi-finals.
Kent ladies celebrate winning the Johns Trophy, beating Norfolk 128-114 at Leamington Spa on Saturday