Burton House remain on top of bowls table

Bowls news.
Bowls news.

In the Two Wood Division One of the Boston and District Bowls League, Burton House remain at the top of the table with just two matches to go.

Unfortunately, third-placed Woodhall were unable to field a team so all 12 points went to the leaders.

There was a home win for West End B against Boston Bowls Club by a margin of 80-73, West End claiming eight of the 12 points.

In two Wood Division Two, Wigtoft made it 11 wins out of 11 with just one match to be played.

On this occasion Wigtoft nearly came unstuck, but managed to closely win by 82-74 against Frieston and collect 10 points.

Second-placed Swineshead earned maximum points at home against Sibsey by winning 103-57. Notable top scorers were the triple of P. Hunt, R. Turner and W. Richardson with their 36-11 result.

Jubilee Park also managed a win against Forbes Road by 76-67 to collected nine points.

In the Three Wood Division One, Sleaford Road remain at the top of the table with their home win against Wigtoft by 64-59, a close result which gave Sleaford Road eight points.

Burton House keep up the pressure in second place with their 72-49 win over Castle.

Burton House gained 10 points and are just six points behind the leaders with five games to go.

Third-placed Kirton also won their match at Goodfellowship by 70-45 and they also gained 10 points.

Sibsey A find them selves in fifth place after a win at Forbes road by 58-49.

West End B won their match over Boston Bowls Club by 69-56, gaining 10 points.

In the Three Wood Division Two, with no match for the leaders or second place teams, Swineshead took the opportunity to tighten the race for a top-three place with a 76-50 win at Sibsey.

Swineshead also won all 12 points.

Jubilee Park also won their match away at Wrangle by 62-52 and they won nine points.

In the Three Wood Nine-Player League, Friskney lead the league even though they were busy with their Shipstone Cup match.

Frieston A are in second place and they played two matches this week.

Firstly they were on the receiving end of a defeat by colleagues Frieston B by 63-43 and, in their second match, they managed a win over Goodfellowship by 63-35.

Bicker are in fourth place but they were closely beaten by Forbes Road by 60-57, but still collected four points as Forbes Road collected six.

Stickney who won a very close contest at Kirton by 45-41 and earned eight points.

Boston Park hold sixth place following their win over Burton House B by 78-33.

Notable top scorers were the triple of A. Pape, G. Durrant and C. Hill with their 32-10 win.

In the Shipstone Cup, Friskney won their quarter-final match against Billinghay, so the two semi-finals will be Goodfellowship v West End and Kirton v Friskney.