Ely and District Bowls Leagues Round-up

ELY AND DISTRICT BOWLS LEAGUE Round-up by Ron Moore Men s League NEWMARKET and Littleport remain neck and neck, having both recorded double successes which mean they are only half a point apart. Fordham also had two victories to maintain their challenge,

ELY AND DISTRICT BOWLS LEAGUE

Round-up by Ron Moore

Men's League

NEWMARKET and Littleport remain neck and neck, having both recorded double successes which mean they are only half a point apart.


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Fordham also had two victories to maintain their challenge, and next are Soham A who are well placed with games in hand. At the other end of the table Ely Beet A earned welcome points to progress two places.

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THE new front runners are Newmarket with a maximum 10 points in the week, and Isleham have now dropped to third. Between them are City of Ely who have a superior shots difference.

Two Soham members have reached the semi finals of the single competition: Marian Bysouth will be at home to Rosemary Sibson from City of Ely, and Pam Hall travels to Isleham to play Sylvia Pinder.

Afternoon League Division One

BURWELL kept their lead despite going down at Chippenham.

Fordham B jumped up to second spot with two big wins against their A team and Bottisham A, and this has given them the best shots advantage in the division.

At the foot of the table two victories lifted Soham, but Sutton lost twice.

Afternoon League Division Two

WILLINGHAM have gone further ahead in their bid for promotion as Mildenhall slipped to two defeats which allowed Ely Beet to take over the runners-up position. These three have opened up a gap over the rest, but at the head of the following group Newmarket B have two games in hand.

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