IT HAS been another good week for the Lyme Regis Bowling Club Championship men, who beat Wimborne 8-2 at home. The ladies also had a much needed 8-0 win against West Moors at home.
The men in Division Two of the West Dorset League fared less well against Sherborne, losing 37-63 and picking up just two
Lyme have managed to reach the area final of the Tony Allcock Trophy for the second year running after beating Greenhill convincingly in the semi-final.
Ann Allman did well to reach the semi-final of the Dorset Ladies two-wood competition, this year held at Lyme. Ann was again in action with Pam Weech in the Dorset Ladies’ pairs. They won through to the semi-finals away at Swanage.
Lyme continue to do badly in their friendly matches, going down heavily away to Axminster and winning only one rink in five at home to Teignmouth Den.
The men failed to progress in the County Cup, losing to Blandford by eight shots, which was a creditable result as Lyme were missing several key players.
Dorset Men Division Two
Lyme 37; Sherborne 63
P Fortnam, A Hopkins, J Moseley, K Barnes 15-22; S White, B Parsons, R Legg, R Cridge 17-12; J Owen, P Stephens, J Sherring, J Morris 5-29.
Lyme 45; Axminster 101.
J Parsons,J Owen, J Morris 6-34; R Hunt, S White, A Nabarro 14-22; J Enticott, B Parsons, A Preece 17-20; K Berry, J Bishop, R Legg 8-25.
Lyme 86; Teignmouth Den 104.
J Berry, J Parsons, J Moseley, H Dowling 13-19; C Haseman, S White, B Parsons, S Rowe 17-18; K Berry, J Enticott, A Sherring, J Sherring 15-26; P Moseley, P Stephens, M Haseman, C Barber 12-22; A Hopkins, N Stephens, J Moffitt, P Moffitt 29-19.