Bowlers ready for great outdoors
Acle Indoor Bowls Club finished a fine season when club finals were completed.U25s: Rob Fulcher 21, Daniel Noble 18. Over 60's men's pairs: David Stone, David Cole 18; Roy Roofe, Maurice Shreeve 10.
Acle Indoor Bowls Club finished a fine season when club finals were completed.
U25s: Rob Fulcher 21, Daniel Noble 18. Over 60's men's pairs: David Stone, David Cole 18; Roy Roofe, Maurice Shreeve 10. Ladies' singles: Melanie Haylett 21, Marion Himpleman 10. Men's singles: Tim Stone 21, Rob Parker 6. Men's triples: Denis Goodley, Rob Parker, Tony Dunton 24; George Tubby, David Smith, Lewis Moore 13. Ladies pairs: Melanie Haylett, Jean Cossey 21; Shirley Lettice, Jenny Kirby 17. Men's pairs: George Tubby, John Colcombe 23; Patrick Willimott, Martin Tropman 6. Men's Fours: Rob Fulcher, Will Pitt, Daniel Noble, Lewis Moore 27; John Marshall, Rob Parker, Denis Goodley, Tony Dunton 26. Mixed pairs: Louis Willimott, Patrick Willimott 12; George and Melanie Haylett 9. Over 55s ladies' pairs: Jill Saunders, Shirley Genery 13; Molly Hayton, Dawn Horne 9.
CLIFF Hotel Bowling Club prepared for the coming season when they held their general meeting at the Cliff Hotel.
Chairman and captain R Base thanked all members for their continued support and commitment to the club and to the rest of the committee which consisted of president R Scott, secretary R Farrow, treasurer D Williams and D Needham who ran the club competitions.
In the previous season, due to a rather poor summer regarding the weather, a number of games were cancelled and had to be rearranged which had resulted in making it difficult to get a settled team and making more work for the secretary and captain. But despite this the team had managed to finish sixth in the league.
Captain R Base, who had held the post for 27 years, except for a short break of a season and a half, had decided to stand down and was immediately thanked by president R Scott and the rest of the members for all his work over the past years. Vice- captain F Gibbs would be taking the job over for the coming season.
- 1 Roadworks will see a Gorleston road closed for three months
- 2 Seaside bar taken over for three weeks by Hollywood crew shooting film
- 3 Mayor left waiting as cruise ship can not dock at Yarmouth due to winds
- 4 Investigations continue after body part of man found on Yarmouth beach
- 5 7 delicious places to eat in Great Yarmouth's Regent Road
- 6 Cyclists embark on challenge from Gorleston to London
- 7 The seven cheapest streets in Great Yarmouth
- 8 Great Yarmouth roadworks expected to be finished by the end of the month
- 9 £65,000 of improvements will see Gorleston street closed for six weeks
- 10 'Revolutionary' cancer test trial to begin in Great Yarmouth
President R Scott, secretary R Farrow, treasurer D Williams and chairman R Base were re-elected.
The team consists of R Scott, R Farrow, R Base, F Gibbs, D Needham, M Sayers, D Williams, I Gilbert, J Davies, J Soards, O Hollis, P Ladmore, M McCroft, B Chapman, B Fiddes, L Rose and R Groom.
GORLESTON Women's Bowls Club would like to invite any new or experienced bowlers to come and join them on Gorleston Cliffs bowling green.
Theye are a small, friendly club, and anyone interested should come to the enrolment/open morning on Friday, May 1 or contact Sylvia on 01493 604934 or Iris on 01493 668187.
Lothingland League: A reminder to all secretaries and players in the competitions, the league secretary needs a list of your registered players before you play your first game.
For competition players, do not wait until the play by date is nearly up before you notify your opponents. The earlier you play the game the better the competition is run.
Repps with Bastwick: Tomorrow (April 25) 2pm. All new members welcome, �6 per year.
Martham Bowls Club green opens tomorrow (Saturday, April 25) at 2pm with the F & M Long Trophy. Tea and raffle.