Angels march on

Well this was another week of Winter League Bowls disrupted due to the lovely weather.

The usual Round Robin on Wednesday was cancelled, and likewise the games scheduled for Saturday the 4th of December, these games will be rearranged for a date in the new year. Luckily a break in the weather meant the games could and did go ahead on Sunday.

Four teams took to the green on Sunday, Castletown Cannons, Outsiders, All But and Louie’s Angels.

All But took on Cannons and came away winning the game, All But took five out of the six games. The highest scoring game was won by Eddie Carlyle who held Joy Stephens to eighteen. George Peach the only winner for Cannons kept Celia Joughin to 16 points.

Outsiders took on Angels and took two out of the four games. The winners being the doubles Elaine Moore and Tony Dugdale who held Margie Tasker and Tricia Bull to 12 points. Whilst Fiona Kennish took the win from Matthew Keggan by a single point. There were a few close scoring games Trevor Quayle keeping Kevin Firth to 19 points and Rebecca Teare holding Jenny Moore to eighteen.

The Angels played All But winning five out of the six games played. Eddie Carlyle again being a winner for All But who held Margie Tasker to 20 points. The closest scoring game for the Angels was won by Trevor Quayle who kept Willie Corkill to 18.

The final match was Cannons against Outsiders. George Peach was again the only winner for the Cannons this time playing Tony Dugdale who scored 12 points. 

All But 7 (121) Castletown Cannons 1 (88), Outsiders 2 (105) Louie’s Angels 6 (116), Louie’s Angels 7 (125) All But 1 (91), Castletown Cannons 1 (78) Outsiders 7 (117).

The games that were postponed on October 31 will be played this Saturday, 11th of December, and there will be a round robin held on Sunday.

Also another reminder that the J&M Lee charity doubles will be held on the weekend of the 18th and 19th of December. Entries for this doubles competition will close on Wednesday 15th of December.