Win double provides a perfect start
Norfolk's Federation bowlers started their Inter County Campaign with wins over North Essex. The Adams Trophy team played at Boxford BC and came away with 18 of the available points following a 195 shot to 134 win while, at Sudbury BC, the Newton Trophy team won even more emphatically, 219-112 to pick up all 22 points.
Norfolk's Federation bowlers started their Inter County Campaign with wins over North Essex. The Adams Trophy team played at Boxford BC and came away with 18 of the available points following a 195 shot to 134 win while, at Sudbury BC, the Newton Trophy team won even more emphatically, 219-112 to pick up all 22 points. The next matches are on Saturday, June 12 against Huntingdonshire.
Adams scores: M Chapman, N Patrick, W Burrage 28-19; A Sayer, C Woodcock, J Cason 33-38; J Annis, G Todhunter, V Hudson 31-20; T Baker, N Browne, B Sadler 29-31; J Hudson, D Toyn, C Lawrence 37-12; S Peach, M Wilkinson, I Whiley 37-14.
Newton scores: S Reynolds, R Greef, P Randell 32-22; G Kynoch, G Hewitt, P Colman 34-21; D Cole, J Cook, A Manson 38-17; D Smith(Snr), K Howlett, R Meeks 48-14; R Dodd, G Mayhew, N Coverdale 34-14; R Bunton, M Bird, A Rowsell 33-24.
� In the NCBA County Federation League Mundesley continue to lead the way in Area A after winning at home to Trunch by two shots for six points. Highest win was Suffield Park A with a convincing 41 shot win at home to Mill Farm taking nine points.
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Dilham made it four out of four with a nine shot home win over Woodbastwick in Area B, where Stalham won a close encounter with Winterton by two shots.
Freethorpe remain top of Area C despite losing at home to Burlingham by 10 shots. Gt Plumstead Tigers recorded their third win at Blofield Heath, winning by 13 shots. Salhouse Bell won by 35 shots at Cantley.
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