Poor league results for Lyme bowlers

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By Paul Moffitt

THERE were three bad league results for Lyme Regis Bowling Club last week.

Both men’s teams went down , 2-8 and 0-10 respectively to Greenhill. The championship side were up against it, with some superb bowling from skips Martin Puckett and Jamie Lockwood for Greenhill.

Greenhill A took revenge on Lyme 2 with a whitewash, reversing the earlier fixture between the two.

The ladies could only muster two points against Dorchester, a fine rink performance from Chris Barber’s team providing the only score.

The men were more fortunate in the 2 rink competition, securing a win into the next round after beating Bridport at home.

In the two friendlies, it was win-one lose-one against Den Teignmouth and Feniton respectively.
The men were not so lucky in their Top Club round against Dorchester, losing by two disciplines to 3.

Results
Dorset Men’s Championship:
Lyme 59; Greenhill 71.
M McAlpine, P Eagles, R Cridge, P Moffitt 12-24; T Allman, B Driscoll, S Chant, P Pomeroy 27-12; M Heneghan, G Clode, A Weech, B Rattenbury 10-35.

Men’s 2 Rink:
Lyme 40; Bridport 31.
M McAlpine, A Weech, C Barber, P Moffitt 23-12; T Allman, R Cridge, B Rattenbury, C Stephens 17-19.

Dorset Ladie’s Div 1:
Lyme 49; Dorchester 78.
H Dowling, C Pomeroy, L Broom, C Barber 27-17; J Moffitt, A Darvill, A Rattenbury, P Weech 11-32; A Allman, V Henson, N Stephens, S Rowe 19-21.

Friendlies:
Lyme 86; Feniton 93.
N Driscoll, M Knight, A Darvill, A Weech 21-23; R Turpin, L Young, G Clode, Chris Barber 16-12; R Bishop, J Hare, P Edmonds, Chas Barber 14-22; B Smith, D Sarson, A Nabarro, J Moseley 14-17; J Bishop, B Driscoll, P Stephens, P Knight 21-19.

Lyme 142; Den Teignmouth 87.
M Knight, A Darvill, B Parsons, Chas Barber 22-13; R Bishop, J Parsons, W Payne, P Moffitt 32-12; B Driscoll, J Moseley, P Knight 22-7; N Driscoll, N Solomon, J Moffitt, A Weech 26-15; L Young, P Moseley, N Benson, P Weech 27-27; J Bishop, A Nabarro, Chris Barber 13-13.

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About Philip Evans 169 Articles
Veteran journalist and newspaper manager Philip Evans has worked in the publishing industry for more than half a century. He started out as a reporter for Pulman’s Weekly News as a young man and went on to work for an international publishing company in the UK, South Africa and Australia before returning to Lyme Regis where he is still reporting on local events as he has done for more than 53 years.

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