Bottom side hold leaders to notch up first point
Bottom side Pentney A picked up their first point of the season as they held leaders North Walsham A to a draw in the Gladedale Homes County League. A close match ended 73-73, enough for Walsham to remain top of the table.
Bottom side Pentney A picked up their first point of the season as they held leaders North Walsham A to a draw in the Gladedale Homes County League.
A close match ended 73-73, enough for Walsham to remain top of the table. P Barr's rink for Walsham won 22-13.
Norfolk BC A beat Wymondham A at home by 77 shots to 73, C Boon's rink being the top rink with a 26-14 win. With the five points picked up with this win, Norfolk BC move into second place.
Champions Gallow A travelled to County Arts A, where they recorded an 88-78 win to keep up their challenge. M King's rink won 32-14 for Gallow.
The last unbeaten record in Division Two went with Acle B beating Browston A 85-82. Top rink was R Meeks with a 25-16 win for Acle. However, the three points picked up by Browston keeps them top of the table just above Acle. By beating Roundwood A at home by 96-62, Lakeside A move above them to third. A Ingram's rink won 31-18 for the home team.
The bottom two teams at the start of the day both recorded home wins, Wymondham B beating Diss A 105-61, with R Brinded's rink winning 37-8, and Hunstanton A beating Norfolk BC B 89-72, R Ebbs' rink for Hunstanton winning 29-15.
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Division Three leaders Lynnsport travelled to Diss B where they came away with a 98-75 win, despite M Capon's rink for the home team winning 33-14. The six points picked up by Lynnsport keeps them top of the table.
Shotford A beat County Arts B at home 72-65, with A Leeks winning 22-10 for them, to move them into second place. Moving into third are North Walsham B after their 94-69 win at home to Brecks A. P Roylance's rink for North Walsham won 25-12.
The bottom two teams played each other and, with a 91-61 win, Gallow B recorded their first win of the season and moved above Old Hall with K Mallett's rink winning 32-17.
The last unbeaten record in Division Four went when Dereham A beat Acle C 82-66, a win that moved Dereham to the top of the table. Top rink was P Fern's with a 23-12 score. At the other end of the division, Pinewood Park B continued their recent good form to record a 77-65 win over Browston B at home. M Roffe's rink won 24-16 to help move Pinewood Park to third from bottom in the table. In Division Five, Lakeside C beat Roundwood B 88-62 to move top of the Division Five table.