AMERSHAM Bowls Club stormed to a 115-73 victory against Bassetsbury Manor at the weekend, with Phyl Choulerton, Margaret Sherlock, Eric Sherlock and Brian Spicer paving the way with a handsome rink score of 33-10.
CHALFONT St Giles Bowls Club’s ladies may have bowed out of the national EWBA fours competition to Marlowe, but will take great heart from a 21-15 defeat.
They found themselves up against a team containing three players with England international experience, but gave a good account of themselves. A 12-shot victory against Broomwade set up the tie.
However, Chalfont were less successful on the other three rinks.
On Saturday, Chalfont lost 120-99 to Cippenham in a friendly, with a best rink score of 24-8 from Candi Marchant, Rose Kirby and Mike Alderton.
On Sunday, there was more disappointment in a friendly at Windsor Great Park, as Joyce Cripps, Norman Clare and Arthur Thomas could not prevent a 131-88 defeat overall after defeats on the other five rinks.
GERRARDS Cross Bowls Club’s women beat Flackwell Heath 78-46 at home in a Triples match, with the best rink score coming from Shirley Murrell, Joyce Ludford and Margery Kennedy.
BOTH the men and women of Chesham Bowling Club emerged victorious in their respective Top Club matches against Amersham this week.
The men won their contest 3-2, with wins coming in the Singles for Howard Cave (21-18), in the Triples – David Coles, Frank McCartney and Keith Patrick (25-9) – and in the Fours – Alan Cohn, Gerry Elliott, Ray Keen and Mick Skerry (32-9).
The ladies won 3-1, thanks to Terri Keen in the Singles (21-12), Dot Burgin and June Holland in the Pairs (25-15), and Jane Evans, Fay Green, Lin Wright and Sue Faulks in the Fours (17-15).
The sole reverse came in the Triples, in which Marlene Neems, Avril Harland and Pat Rodgers lost 21-12.
BROADWAY Bowls Club swept to victory by 36 shots after winning on all three rinks in Sunday’s friendly at Thame.
The highest winning rink was Paul Westbrook, Dennis Goodyear, Betty Moore and Colin Webb (30-9).