Impressive win for Lyme ladies in county triples

bowlsBy Paul Moffitt

BEST result of the week at Lyme Regis Bowling Club goes to the Lyme Ladies who had a very impressive win away at Blandford, taking eight of the 10 points on offer.

The ladies also sparkled in the Ladies County Benevolent Triples, the team of Ann Allman, Pam Weech snd Sue Rowe winning all three games with a margin of 52-15. This qualifies them for the semi-finals to be played on finals weekend.

The men took six points off Bridport when playing away in the Championship. This win was facilitated by a very fine win from Barry Rattenbury’s rink.

Twenty ladies’ teams from across Dorset, Somerset and Devon took part in the annual Lyme Ladie’s Triples Tournament, sponsored by Sue Rowe and Trevor Allman. The eventual winners were Severalls Jubilee, from Crewkerne, who out-played Greenhill in the final to win 12-4.

The best performing Lyme rink was Erica Sarson, Nicky Driscoll and Jill Lewis who, despite winning all three games, were denied a place in the final because of poorer shot difference.

The two friendlies played  were Cardiff away and Winchester at home. On both occasions Lyme were the runners-up!


Dorset Men’s Championship:

Lyme 52; Bridport 43

B Driscoll, B Parsons, S Pomeroy, B Rattenbury 28-9; M Heneghan, g Clode, C Barber, P Moffitt 13-17; T Allman, A Nabarro, P Pomeroy, S Chant 11-17.

Dorset Ladies Division 1

C Pomeroy, N Driscoll, H Dowling, C Barber 10-31; A Allman, P Weech, A Darvill, A Rattenbury 29-9; J Moffitt, J Parsons, P Knight, S Rowe 29-7.


Lyme 84; Cardiff 129

D Sarson, J Sherring, N Benson, A Rattenbury 9-23; B Smith, D Courtenay-Smith, C Bell, D Meylan 16-22; A Sherring, B Driscoll, B Parsons, H Dowling 13-27; J Moon, C Pomeroy, S Dowling, S Pomeroy13-24; A Darvill, E Sarson, T Allman, B Rattenbury 12-19; M
Heneghan, R McLennan, J Parsons, A Allman 21-14.

Lyme 90; Winchester 120

M Knight, A Darvill, B Parsons, H Dowling 13-15; R Bishop, A Rattenbury, S Dowling, S Pomeroy 17-22; J Bishop, J Moffitt, B Moon, P Pomeroy 18-16; B Smith, J Parsons, D Meylan, P Moffitt 23-21; J Moon, J Sherring, J Lewis, P Knight 11-25; C Pomeroy, D Courtenay-Smith,
N Benson, B Rattenbury 8-21.

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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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