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INDOOR BOWLS: Everything to play for in final Grantham and Melton cup series

Bowls news.
Bowls news.

Grantham and District Indoor Bowls Club defeated Melton Mowbray in the latest in a series of cup matches between the two sides.

Melton Mowbray are leading the series three games to two and, with Grantham having an overall shot advantage of four shots, everything is still all to play for in the last game on Wednesday.


Grantham 74

Melton Mowbray 67

Ray Moore, Aubrey Duers, Tony Asher won 15-9; Doreen Lester, Sheila Payling, Len Payling lost 10-14; Jeff Kime, David A Lester, Alan Ludwig won 17-14; Joyce Asher, George Hasnip, Ian Lord lost 16-23; Linda Smith, Len Thompson, Graham Smith won 16-7.

Lincolnshire Over-60s Men’s League

Long Sutton 105

Grantham 92

Peter Clark, Steve Potts, Ian Cole, Roger Turnbull lost 15-20; Bill Stevenson, Tony Asher, Ian Lord, Joe Lewis won 22-19; David Holton, Ceth Richardson, Graeme Hall, David Hill lost 16-23; Tony Sumner, Ray W Smith, Colin Goodley, Bruce Allen won 29-13; Ken Germany, Alex Alexander, Roger Payne, John Pask lost 10-30.

Club friendly

Boston 124

Grantham 112

Ann Parker, Karen Aldridge, Rob Sowerby, John Parker lost 14-22; Joyce Asher, Roy Winter, Bill Stevenson, Tony Asher won 23-14; Malcolm Brett, Ken Germany, Joy Hall, Graeme Hall won 24-18; Sheila Richards, Rita Baxter, Hilda Whatley, Jay Lewis won 26-12; Mary Pointon, Emily Plowright, Bernard Goodchild, Muriel Goodchild lost 14-27; Rosemary Spencer, Sheila Payling, Geoff Taylor, Len Payling lost 11-31.


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