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A hec­tic bowl­ing sched­ule con­tin­ued over the last week with very mixed re­sults for Burn­side.

The Cambuslang and Dis­trict Se­nior Fours recorded a very fa­mil­iar re­sult when one team won and the other tasted de­feat.

In the Ruther­glen and Dis­trict Triples, yet again the club had one team bring­ing home vic­tory and the other com­ing sec­ond.

The games against Ruther­glen in the Glas­gow Bowl­ing League did not go to plan when both teams lost. The club is hop­ing for greatly im­proved re­sults in all com­pe­ti­tions in the weeks to come.

Last Satur­day brought Burn­side’s an­nual 1 + 2 / 2 +1 com­pe­ti­tion. It was won by Kenny Wal­ton, Scott Rus­sell (Cambuslang) and skipped by Alec Hay.

The cel­e­bra­tions con­tin­ued way into the night and all went home hav­ing had a great day.

The Mon­day night ag­gre­gate game was played in very favourable weather and was even­tu­ally won by the team of John Sin­clair, Jim Der­went, Kenny Wal­ton and skipped by an old favourite Boots McDon­ald. This vic­tory adds to a very suc­cess­ful week for Kenny Wal­ton.

Intrepid four Jim Der­went, left, Kenny Wal­ton, Boots McDon­ald (skip) and John Sin­clair of Burn­side bowl­ing club Ladies Day win­ners at Over­toun Park Les­ley Master­son (Over­toun) and Cathie Ket­tings (Mil­ton of Camp­sie), be­low Nom­i­nated Pairs from Over­toun Park Win­ners Eleanor Lap­pin and Ian Nod­dings, be­low

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