Captains triumph against president's bowlers

PUBLISHED: 17:32 08 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:05 26 October 2009

The winning team of captains Dilys Hanson and Nigel Woor

The winning team of captains Dilys Hanson and Nigel Woor

THE captains team came out on top in the annual match against the president s side at Welwyn & District Bowls Club on Bank Holiday Monday. Club president Diana Barrett saw her side lose to ladies captain Dilys Hanson and men s captain Nigel Woor on a s

THE captains' team came out on top in the annual match against the president's side at Welwyn & District Bowls Club on Bank Holiday Monday.

Club president Diana Barrett saw her side lose to ladies' captain Dilys Hanson and men's captain Nigel Woor on a sunny and warm day.

The captains' bowlers gained a comfortable win by 147 shots to 102 in a game in which 48 Welwyn members took part in.

Top rink for the victors was that of Mary Wills, Tony Young, Doris Atkins and Dave Ratcliffe, who succeeded by 38 shots to 12.

Club chairman David Humphreys presented the shield to the winners.

Pictured for the winning captains' team are Mike Rowland, Malcolm Baldwin, Gladys Tanner, David Ratcliffe, Barry Smith, Barbara Marvell, Andrew Smart, Jean Webb, Jillian Jennings, Averil Balnaves, club chairman David Humphreys, Tony Young, Anita Howard, Sylvia Lane, Frank Lane, Mike Hanson, ladies' captain Dilys Hanson, men's captain Nigel Woor, Mary Wills, Diana Tribe, Daphne Smart, Doris Atkins, Colin Duxbury and Pauline Ellis.

The president's team pictured features Graham Daniels, John Singleton, Mike Hillman, Philip Russell, John Atkins, John Lee, Nigel Noel, Ron Howard, Reg Tanner, Mike Hanson, Don Ellis, Betty Singleton, Tony Holdcroft, Arthur Knight, Sybil Noel, Mike Poole, Ron Carr, Lucy Ratcliffe, Malcolm Marvell, Pauline Richardson, Brian Russell, present Diana Barrett, Nancy James and Ivy Sykes.


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