Burton House maintain unbeaten start in bowls league

Bowls news.
Bowls news.

In the Boston & District Bowls Leagues, the Two Wood Division One saw Burton House maintained their unbeaten beginning to the season with a draw against second placed Woodhall Town (73-73).

They shared the points 6-6.

Kirton, in third place, just failed to close the gap with the top two and were narrowly defeated by Sleaford Road by a margin of 69-70.

The other fixture saw West End B gain their first win of the season away at Boston Bowls Club by 80-59 and won the points by 8-4.

In the Two Wood Division Two, Wigtoft have extended their 100 per cent start to the season to five matches.

On this occasion they defeated Frieston 91-53 and secured all 12 points by doing so.

Wigtoft have opened up a 20-point gap with second-placed Boston West End A.

Third placed Swineshead enjoyed a massive 112-47 win at Sibsey with Mitchell, Sharp and Harris scoring 34, and Turl, Perkins and Hunt scoring 39 against theit opposition.

Jubilee Park won their match at Forbes road by 79-71 and earned eight of the 12 points.

In the Three Wood sections, Sleaford Road are leading Division One by four points after their win at home to Burton House (81-55).

Second-placed Castle also enjoyed a win, but by a smaller margin against West End B (72-66) and collected eight of the 12 points.

Third-placed Boston Bowls Club were beaten at Sibsey A by 74-55 whilst Forbes Forbes Road collected eight of the 12 points with their home win against Goodfellowship, 80-68.

Kirton A enjoyed an away win at Wigtoft by 76-49 and they received 10 of the 12 points.

In the Two Wood Division Two, leaders West End A added another win to their tally with a home result against Jubilee Park (98-46), taking all 12 of the available points.

Second-placed Freiston closely defeated Wrangle by 68-64 and gained 10 points, whilst mid-table Swineshead managed a home win against Woodhall Town A by 70-60, and they also picked up 11 of the 12 points.

In the Three Wood Nine Player league, Friskney lead the way with five wins out of six matches, but this time they lost their unbeaten run and were defeated at Goodfellowship, 52-45.

In what is turning out to be a tight league, Goodfellowship are fourth but there are very few points dividing the third and eighth-placed teams.

Forbes Road now hold second place after their 68-31 win over Boston Park with Gooderson, Ball and Tuill scoring 31 on their rink.

Currently third are Stickney, who beat Burton House by 75-40.

Kirton played two matches this week and managed a win and a draw but it was not quite enough to stop them propping up the rest of the league.

Kirton’s win was at home against Freiston A by 54-41 and the draw was against Freiston B by 49-49.

The final game to report was the home win by Bicker over Billinghay by 66-54 with the triple of Dobes, Bourne and Minton scoring 31.

Bicker gained six points.