Port St Mary A Extend Lead

Port St Mary A hold their advantage at the top of the Trend Over 60s Ladies League after another double week of games.

On Tuesday Port St Mary A defeated rival and third placed Marown 108-97 (4-2).  Extending their already incredible run of having not lost at home in the league since July 2013.

Peel Sunset defeated Castletown 113-72 (4-2) with Mary Moffatt, Heather Horsburgh and Joyce Kelly all winning to single figures.

Port Erin humbled local rivals Port St Mary B 117-99 (5-1) with Mavis Franks winning for the away team to prevent a whitewash.

Douglas and Mooragh Park produced a low scoring game with the away side winning 86-93 (3-3) despite giving a game away.

South Ramsey defeated Ballaugh by 10 chalks winning 111-101 (4-2) with Elaine Moore top scoring to win 21-7.

Mooragh Park B lost by only five chalks in their home tie against Villa with the scores finishing 89-94 (3-3).

In the final match from Tuesday Nobles picked up a full house victory 126-23 (6-0) with Breagle only able to field three players.

Onto Thursday and Marown whitewashed Mooragh Park B 126-48 (6-0) with Philippa Taylor and Shirley Whelan both winning 21-4.  The result keeps Marown second but Peel hold a game in hand.

Port St Mary B faced Peel Sunset with the home side slipping to a nine point defeat 100-109 (2-4).  Peel remain third chasing the leaders whilst Port St Mary B hang onto fourth position.

Onchan made it five wins on the bounce with a 111-93 (4-2) win over Nobles.  Lin Ruscoe (Nobles) 21-8 and Marilyn Ellison (Onchan) 21-5 top scored in the match.

Villa welcomed South Ramsey with the away side winning 72-104 (2-4) thanks to three big single figure wins.

Ballaugh claimed a narrow eight point victory over Douglas 104-96 (4-2).  Brenda Bowyer (Ballaugh) and Brenda Williams (Douglas) both won 21-4 in the match.

Mooragh Park A drew on games with Port Erin but with having to concede a game to a walkover lost the match on chalks 77-90.

Breagle for the second time in the week were only able to field three players but avoided a whitewash defeat against Port St Mary A.  Kay Primrose-Smith beat Win Collister 21-8 with the away side winning 30-113 (1-5).

After another hectic week of bowls Port St Mary A remain the team to beat opening up a 123 point lead over rivals Peel Sunset who are a game behind.