Sleaford Road hold bowls league advantage

Bowls news.
Bowls news.

At the halfway stage, Sleaford Road have the advantage in the Boston and Skegness EBA Bowls League, after their 6-4 result at Burton House.

Gary Morris and Mick Asplen skipped winning rinks for the home side but the in-form Chris Gill skipped his rink to a convincing win to take the aggregate points.

Sleaford Road followed this up with a journey to Suncastle and came away with a 9-1 victory, R. Arnold held Geoff Parker’s rink but Chris Gill and Les Feary skipped the Road’s winning rinks.

Burton House also travelled to Foreshore and they also gained a 9-1 victory.

Ian Morris and Richard White’s rink drawing and Graham Porter and Gary Morris skipping the winning rinks for the visitors.

Foreshore had visited Friskney and, although they had two winning rinks skipped by Ian Morris and Paul Hudson, the home rink of Ken Startin secured two points and the aggregate for a 6-4 victory for Friskney.

Boston BC travelled to Suncastle and they produced the first draw of the season.

Tony Humphries and Rod West drew and Richard King had a four-shot victory for Suncastle, but this was matched by Scott Whyers for Boston.

With the aggregate tied it was a 5-5 draw.

Stickney visited Wrangle and came away with an 8-2 victory to give them some breathing space at the relegation end.

Alan Harrison and Richard Maxwell skippedthe winning rinks whilst Steve Skelton skipped the winning rink for Wrangle.

Friskney showed no mercy when neighbours Wrangle visited them with a clean sweep and 10-0 win.

Alan Brummitt, Ken Startin and Ernie Elkington skipped the winning home rinks.

West End gained a welcome victory at home to Stickney 8-2.

Home skips Mick Hippersley and Ian Smith out weighing the win for Stickney of Roy Rout.