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Lowestoft Scrabble Club

PUBLISHED: 12:20 28 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:45 06 July 2010

Colin Clarke and Geoff Smith were winners in both rounds of games last week, with Keith Farman recording the highest word-score of 86 for “quarter” and just outpointing “flitters”, “nailers” and “denotes”.

Colin Clarke and Geoff Smith were winners in both rounds of games last week, with Keith Farman recording the highest word-score of 86 for “quarter” and just outpointing “flitters”, “nailers” and “denotes”. Challenge survivors included “zester”, “homa”, “froing”, “yug” and “clag”. Contact Geoff 511223 for details of the club.


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