Burton House move into top spot

Bowls news.
Bowls news.

In the Two Wood sections of the Boston and District Bowls League, Division One saw Burton House move to the top of the table with a 96-55 win over Sleaford Road.

They also claimed maximum points.

The trio of Woods, Askey and Asplen secured a fine 32-10 result.

Woodhall Town are in second place and they secured an away win at Boston Bowls Club by a margin of 74-66, gaining 10 of the 12 available points.

In Division Two, Wigtoft emerged as the early frontrunners following a 98-53 win at home to Boston West End A.

The trio of Beal, Medcalf and West contributed a 35-8 win to ensure that Wigtoft secured 10 of the 12 points.

Forbes Road secured their first away win of the season at Freiston with a narrow 74-69 win and secured eight points.

In the Three Wood Division One, Castle maintained their 100 per cent record and top spot by winning at Forbes Road with a margin of 80-47.

The best triple of the match were Thompson, Pocklington and Avison who won 26-8.

Sleaford Road are currently in second position but they were beaten by a narrow margin by visitors Kirton 64-61.

Kirton gained eight points.

Currently laying third are Burton House following their 81-62 win at home to Boston Bowls Club.

In the Three Wood Division Two, Boston West End fell to their first defeat of the season, 96-49 to their visitors from Woodhall Town A.

The stars of the match were Woodhall’s Busby, Walsh and Trinder who had a very convincing win by a margin of 39-6.

Also worth a mention are the triple of Sivster, Fox and Brumby, who scored a 35-7 win.

West End do, however, maintain their position at the top of the table.

The other match saw a very close encounter between Wrangle and Sibsey B.

Sibsey came out winners by 68-63 and they collect 10 of the 12 points.

In the Three Wood, nine-player league, Kirton were defeated by Burton House 51-40.

Friskney currently hold top spot in this Division, but there is a long way to go with just three weeks of the league season passed.