Soham A remain unbeaten

PUBLISHED: 16:00 01 June 2006 | UPDATED: 13:30 04 May 2010

ELY AND DISTRICT BOWLS LEAGUE ROUND-UP BY RON MOORE Men s League UNBEATEN Soham A overcame the B team to stay in front of Littleport, followed by Newmarket and City of Ely, who both won by four shots away at Isleham and Stretham respectively. City beat

ELY AND DISTRICT

BOWLS LEAGUE ROUND-UP

BY RON MOORE

Men's League

UNBEATEN Soham A overcame the B team to stay in front of Littleport, followed by Newmarket and City of Ely, who both won by four shots away at Isleham and Stretham respectively.

City beat Soham B by more than 70 shots for the second time in a week, most recently in the Stan Aldous Knockout. Also through to the next round are Soham A, Chippenham, Ely Beet B and Isleham.

Ladies' League

IN the top-of-the-table clash between the Soham teams, B edged it by three shots over A, who dropped down a place, Isleham slipping into second spot with a comfortable win over Newmarket.

Holders of the Bill Bayes Cup, Haddenham, went out of this year's competition by two shots to Littleport, who are joined in the quarter-finals by Isleham, Soham B, Stretham and Cottenham.

Afternoon League Division One

AS the nearest challengers all lost, Mitchell Lodge went further ahead having had five wins in a row. Willingham missed the chance to narrow the gap suffering their first defeat at City of Ely.

Littleport B jumped six places as a result of victories at Bottisham and at home to Littleport A.

Afternoon League Division Two

MILTON maintained their 100 per cent record, taking 10 points off Haddenham B and Sutton to move away from Hiams, losers at Chippenham who improved their position with two wins.

Ely Beet also had a double success, lifting them off the bottom, now occupied by Isleham who have only played two matches.

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