Coningsby Bowls League
WOODHALL Town beat West End B 69-45, giving a (5-3) points finish.
A one-shot rink win for Castle, at home to Mareham le Fen, clinched the game for the home side to give them a 52-43 (6-2) result.
Two single shot rink wins plus a 10-28 result, earned West End B a 39-59 (0-8) win on the Sibsey green against the Millers.
Forbes Road A did well at home to Woodhall Town, with two rinks drawn, but with Tony Hall and his rink winning the third 26-12, they won the match 58-44 (6-2).
Another close result at Mareham saw them beat Friskney 52-44 (6-2).
TWO close rink wins for Jubilee Park, away at Frieston A, with a 16-7 win for the home side, saw them draw 40-33 (4-4) finish.
The Sibsey Strollers away to Wrangle B had three good rink wins to take the game 35-75 (0-8).
Billinghay did well at Good Fellowship, winning on two rinks to give them a 52-60 (2-6) result.
FREISTON B appeared to find it difficult at home to Heckington, who won well on two rinks to give a 31-37 (2-6) finish.
The home derby at BBC saw the second team going down to BBC I 43-57 (2-6).
DONINGTON A, playing at Wigtoft, had a close game, with the home side drawing on one rink winning the second by a considerable margin and just losing the third to give a 69-45 (5-3) result.
Donington II, at home to Sleaford Rd II, won 59-38 (6-2) result.
The home derby at Donington saw the A team going down to Donington II 33-41 (1-7).
A good rink win for Forbes Road B, and close results on the other two, earned them a 59-43 (6-2) win at home to Horncastle.
SIBSEY Traders, at home to Boston Park, had two close rinks, drawing one and losing a second by just two shots.
But they lost badly on the third to go down 30-48 (1-7).
Gosberton had a good result at home to Friskney II, with one rink drawn on 22-22, but with good wins on the other two to win the match 56-48 (7-1).