Sleaford Road topple pace setters in bowls league

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In Division One of the Boston and District Bowls League’s Two Wood Section, Woodhall Town lost their 100 per cent record with a defeat at home to Sleaford Road.

The 76-62 scoreline also saw Sleaford Road claim their first victory, and they took nine of the 12 available points.

Bicker enjoyed a very close win away at Boston Bowls Club by a margin of 79-74.

They secured 10 of the 12 points.

Boston West End B are yet to find winning ways after a home defeat against Kirton by 81-60.

Kirton won 10 of the 12 points available.

Worthy of a mention is the triple of Favel, Lody and Gill who won 34-6.

In Division Two, Wigtoft are still unbeaten with four wins from four games.

This time Wigtoft beat Sibsey by 88-57 and claimed 10 points too.

An even closer result was the win for second-placed Boston West End A, who won at Jubilee Park by a slim margin of 75-72.

The eight points keep West End in second place.

Finally, Swineshead hold third position after a home win against Forbes Road by 85-66 and they gained nine of the 12 available points.

In Division One of the Three Wood sections, Sleaford are still holding top spot following their home win over Forbes Road by 80-56.

Sleaford Road also secured 10 points and Forbes Road 2.

High-scoring Boston Bowls Club are in second place after their win over Castle by 91-49.

The triple of Tooley, Clark and Whyers scored 36 shots to their opponents’ two.

BBC gained 10 of the 12 points.

Burton House A hold third position with a home win over Sibsey A by 82-47 and they also gained 10 points.

Boston West End B enjoyed a very close evening when they beat Kirton by 62-61.

Each club won two triples but West End secured the bonus points.

Just as close was the result between Goodfellowship and Wigtoft, with Goodfellowship coming out on top by 63-62.

Again there were two wins each but the winners just secured the bonus points.

In Division Two, Sibsey currently enjoy top position having played more games than their opponents in the league.

This week, Sibsey were beaten at home by Woodhall A (61-38).

Boston West End A lost against opponents from WoodhallTown B by 83-60 and Woodhall gained eight of the 12 points.

For Woodhall B, the triple of Nicholson, Holden and Smith scored 37-5.

Swineshead were the other team to enjoy a win and this was their first win of the season, 93-51 away at Wrangle.

The Three wood nine-player league sees Friskney maintaining their 100 per cent record as they sit in top postion.

Friskney beat Burton House B by a close 49-44 and secured eight of the 10 points.

Boston Park hold second place following a home win against Stickney by 60-54 and they also won eight points.

The remaining two matches were also very close.

Frieston A beat Bicker 45-40 and gained eight points.

Forbes Road won away at Kirton by 50-46.