Mixed fortunes for Potters Bar Bowls Club

PUBLISHED: 13:02 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:02 19 June 2017

Potters Bar Bowls Club have started their Collins Trophy competition.

Potters Bar Bowls Club have started their Collins Trophy competition.

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There were mixed fortunes for Potters Bar Bowls Club in national competitions.

They exited the Senior National Pairs in a 20-10 loss to Baldock but there was better news for Steve Jewell and Bob Maule who won three shots on the final end against Harpenden to win 21-20.

There was a good victory in their first Prentice cup games against Muswell Hill.

Jan Southwell, Brian Vince, Jewell and Malone won 24-8 at home and the away team edged it 21-20

The draw for the fourth round of the Tony Alcock Trophy has thrown up an inter-club clash with the two Bar teams entered into the competition drawn together.

That match takes place on June 24.

The club also had the first two rounds of its internal Collins Trophy mixed triples competition.

The semi-finals will be played next month with the winners going forward to the club’s finals weekend in September.

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