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Fred Powell Trophy
BURTON House will play Heckington in the final of the Fred Powell Trophy on the Sibsey green on August 24, with a start as near 6pm as possible.
THREE close rink results in the Woodhall Town versus Sibsey Strollers match saw the away side edging it 43-51 (2-6).
Sleaford Road A made no mistake in their home game with Mareham, winning well on all three to take the match 73-38 (8-0).
Friskney completed the double with a home win against Castle, 53-48 (6-2).
A GOOD rink win each in the Jubilee Park versus Freiston A game saw the home side getting the decider by just two shots, giving a 55-51 (6-2) result.
Surprisingly, Sibsey Strollers played one short in their home game with Billinghay, who took full advantage, winning well on all three, 32-66 (0-8).
The Skeltons and J. Thorold won well for Wrangle B at home to Good Fellowship, but away skips J. Moore and P. Allen made no mistakes on the other two to win the game 49-55 (2-6).
A RE-arranged game was played at BBC I, with West Skirbeck making a return to form with familiar names winning well on two and drawing the third 19-19 to give a 41-71 (1-7) result.
Stickney had a good game at home to Frieston B, winning well on two and the match 56-50 (6-2).
A one shot win and one tied at Heckington saw the home side also winning well on the third to beat Burton House 59-41 (7-1).
A GOOD result for Horncastle at home to Donington B saw them winning well on two rinks to take the points with a 62-37 (6-2) result.
Sleaford Road II won all three in their home match with Donington A, scoring a substantial aggregate total in the 70-35 (8-0) result.
BRIAN Martin, Tony Nixon and David Fox gained two welcome points for Kirton B in their home match with Boston Park, who won well on the other two to win 40-55 (2-6).
A good game at Gosberton saw Bicker winning well on two to counter the equally good rink win by the home side to give a 49-53 (2-6) finish.