Burton House remain on top of bowls league

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Burton House remain top of the Boston and District Bowls League’s Two Wood Division One after defeating Bicker 84-44.

Second-placed Sleaford Road had a 106-39 victory at home to third-placed Woodhall Town. Top scorers were Sleaford Road’s triple of A. French, S. Simpson-Shaw and L. Feary with a 38-8 win as Sleaford Road took all 12 points.

Fourth-placed Bicker recorded a 102-49 win over Boston Bowls Club, taking the 12 points.

West End succeeded 74-58 at Kirton, taking 12 points.

In Division Two, top club Wigtoft made it 10 wins out of 10 at Sibsey (84-62), taking all 12 points.

Second-placed Swineshead slipped up at Forbes Road, losing 91-63 victory and settling for two points.

Third-placed West End were beaten 77-73 at home by Jubilee Park and claimed just four points.

In the Three Wood Division One, Burton House earned an away win at Boston Bowls Club (73-68) for eight points.

Castle are in third place following their win over Forbes Road (66-47), chalking up 10 of the 12 points available.

Wigtoft recorded a fourth win of the season, this time over Sibsey A by 83-61. Wigtoft took 10 points.

Goodfellowship gained their third win of the season with a victory at Boston West End by 75-50 for 10 points.

The Three Wood Division Two saw the closest result of the week when second-placed Woodhall A beat leaders West End A 70-69 for nine points.

Freiston are in third placed following their loss away at Jubilee Park. The Park won 76-46 for all 12 points.

In the Three Wood Nine Player League, Friskney lost some ground with an away defeat at Boston Park by a margin of 62-3, the Park collecting eight of the 10 points.

Goodfellowship took advantage of Friskney’s loss with a win over Forbes Road by a close 49-42. With eight more points, Goodfellowship now hold second place.

Third-placed Bicker drew 46-46 at Stickney 46-46, but still gained six points.

Freiston B managed their fourth win of the season by 49-38 over Billinghay for eight points.

There were three matches this week in the Shipstone Cup. Boston West End beat Forbes Road by 55-35, Kirton beat Stickney by 67-36, and Goodfellowship beat Wigtoft on points after a 48-48 score.