Bar bowlers on a winning streak

PUBLISHED: 18:26 29 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:53 26 October 2009

POTTERS Bar s bowlers are on a winning streak. The club s men scored a convincing win at near neighbours North Mymms on Tuesday. They won on three rinks to take the match by 98 shots to 60. Alan Parkinson, Brian Hamshere, Peter Gower and Keith Ades took t

POTTERS Bar's bowlers are on a winning streak.

The club's men scored a convincing win at near neighbours North Mymms on Tuesday.

They won on three rinks to take the match by 98 shots to 60.

Alan Parkinson, Brian Hamshere, Peter Gower and Keith Ades took their rink 30-6.

The Potters Bar four of Steve Anchor, Melville Pereira, Martin Wood and Ron Bushnell were also victorious by 30 shots to 16.

Brian Bell, Bob Whittle, John Shadwell and Derek Thomas scraped home 16-15, but Bill Massey, Martin Eccleshall, Ron Golden and Ken Huntley lost by one shot, going down 23-22.

Potters Bar made it two wins on the bounce yesterday (Wednesday).

Playing on their home turf, they scored another clear win, this time against local rivals Hatfield BC.

The winning margin was again 3-1 on rinks to Potters Bar and the match score was 82-61.

Bob Maule, Ron Golden, Alan Dick and Ron Bushnell beat their Hatfield opponents 27-7.

Derek Goodwin, Brian Thurgood, Brian Burfoot and Richard Pearce also won their rink for Potters Bar 23-14.

Bryan Sewell, Harry White, Ray Houghton and Martin Eccleshall were slender 16-15 winners.

However, Bill Massey, Bob Whittle, Ken Huntley and Martin Wood were beaten 20-16 by their Hatfield rivals.


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