Burton House top the bowls table at midway stage

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Three Wood League

Division One

The Outdoor bowls season has reached the halfway stage and Burton House are leading Division One with 81 points.

BBC are second on 65 points and Kirton third with 61 points.

This weeks results saw Burton House beat BBC by 74-53 (10-2), Woodhall Spa Town beat Sibsey by 76-59 (10-2), Castle lost to Kirton by 58-73 (1-11) and Wigtoft beat Sleaford by 80-55 (11-1).

Division Two

In Division Two it is Forbes Road who lead the way on 62 points.

Freiston are second on 56 and Goodfellowship are third on 51.

This week’s results saw Jubilee Park beat Goodfellowship by 80-60 (9-3), Swineshead lose to Freiston by 61-66 (4-6) and Forbes Road beat Wrangle by 103-43 (10-2).

Two Wood League

Division One

In the Two Wood League, Burton House lead division one with 50 points, Sleaford Road are second with 40 and Woodhall Spa Town third with 29 points.

Bicker beat Woodhall by 85-68 (10-2), Swineshead lost against Burton House by 48-111 (0-12 and Sleaford Road beat West End by 77-70 (10-2)

Division Two

BBC are leaders in Division Two with 46 points, Freiston second with 42 and Kirton are third with 39.

This week Jubilee Park lost at home to Kirton by 65-95 (3-9), Freiston beat Jubilee Park by 53-47 (10-2), West End beat Forbes Road by 99-66 (10-2) and BBC beat Kirton by 74-60 (8-4).

Three Wood Nine Player

Division One

In the nine player league, Friskney are leading division one with 43 points, Freiston B are second with 32 and Freiston A are third with 31.

Results for last week saw Freiston B beat Goodfellowship by 59-37 (10-0) and Freiston A just losing at Friskney by 50-47 (7-3).

Division Two

Donington have had to withdraw from the league so the matches that they played in have been scratched from the records.

Wigtoft top the league with 33 points, Kirton A are second with 31 and Forbes Road are third with 18.

Sibsey were beaten by Kirton A 39-45 (2-8).