Two Wood teams scores 46

Bowls news.
Bowls news.

There was a score of 46 in the Two Wood Section of the Boston & District Bowls League this week.

This most unusual of scores was achieved by the triple of A. Dawson, M. Brown and M. Dawson in their match for Sleaford Road against visitors Boston Bowls Club.

The other triple did manage to score two.

Needless to say, Sleaford came out on top in the match by 100-53 but they did only win on two of the four rinks and had to settle for eight of the 12 points.

In the other match in this division, Burton House A won at Kirton A by 106-46 with the triples (Jowell, White, West and Porter, Boysne and Porter) both reaching 30.

Burton House collected 10 of the 12 points.

Burton House remain top of the table with Woodhall Town in second.

In the Two wood Division Two, leaders Wigtoft had a free week, so the rest were aiming to catch them up.

Swineshead moved into second place with a win over Frieston by 92-55, gaining 10 points, whilst West End A dropped to third place after being defeated away at Forbes Road by a margin of 90-60.

The closest result of the day in this division was Jubilee Park’s 75-71 win over Sibsey.

Both teams won two rinks, but Jubilee gained eight points as they had the highest score.

In Division One of the Three Wood Section, Sleaford continued to head the league with a win at Boston Bowls Club by a margin of 96-37 with Dawson, Jackson and Patchett scoring 31.

Second-place Castle were narrowly beaten by visitors Sibsey A by 67-64 with Sibsey collecting eight of the 12 points.

Third-placed Burton House enjoyed an away win at Goodfellowship by 93-36 and collected all 12 points.

Wigtoft enjoyed a similar margin by winning at West End B by 87-34.

In Division Two, second-placed Woodhall A won away at Wrangle by 73-52 and they gained 10 of the 12 points.

Jubilee Park won 70-59 at Woodhall B and they collected eight points.

In the Three Wood Nine-Player League, Friskney still lead the way following another win, this time at home to Stickney by 49-38, enough for all 10 points.

Second-placed Goodfellowship also enjoyed a win at home to Bicker by 50-41 and they gained nine of the 10 points.

The closest match of the division this week was the win for Boston Park away at Frieston B by 51-45.

Boston Park gained six of the 10 points.

Not-so close was the Burton House win by 50-41 over Forbes Road.

Billinghay enjoyed a good win at home to Kirton by 84-44, a result which leaves Kirton on the bottom.

Billinghay’s Faulkner, Lawson and Carr, plus Synan, White and Howseman reached 32 and 36 respectively.

There was one match in the Shipstone Cup, with West End beating Castle by 54-31.

Goodfellowship also go through to the next round as Swineshead where not able to compete in the fixture.