BOWLS Ely and District Bowls League Mens League Littleport have completed half of their programme, taking 68 points from 13 matches to stay on top, but unbeaten Newmarket picked up 12 points and are on 63.5 points from two games less. In third position F
Ely and District Bowls League
Littleport have completed half of their programme, taking 68 points from 13 matches to stay on top, but unbeaten Newmarket picked up 12 points and are on 63.5 points from two games less.
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In third position Fordham lost some ground, whilst Soham A improved their shot difference with a margin of 60 against Haddenham, who have the worst deficit.
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At the mid-point of the season leaders Isleham were defeated at City of Ely, but bounced back to overcome Ely Beet.
Their nearest rivals now are Newmarket, who took maximum points at City and Soham to make it five wins in succession.
Haddenham lost to Soham B, but two days later beat the A team.
Afternoon League Division One
City of Ely stay well ahead, overwhelming Sutton who are struggling after promotion.
Mitchell Lodge are in second spot after a steady climb up the table, surpassing the two Fordham teams.
Littleport A has jumped three places, and although they are still behind the B team they have games in hand.
Afternoon League Division Two
Front runners Willingham had a blank week, giving Mildenhall and Ely Beet the chance to narrow the gap, which they duly did.
The only change in the order is that Cottenham drop from eighth to tenth as a result of their 40 shot thrashing by Milton.