Browston fourth after narrow defeat

PUBLISHED: 09:40 13 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:40 13 April 2017

(C)James Bass 2017

Close rivals Pentney arrived at Browston Hall for a crunch fixture at the top of the league.

The match produced some tight battles and eventually Pentney took victory by the tiny margin of 77-74, giving them 4½ points to Browston’s 2½. This result, together with other matches, left Browston in fourth place.

Dennis Pratt, Phil Ellis, Eddie MacDonald and Nigel Nutman won 25-17, Scott Turner, Glen Turner, Mac Skilton and Roy Turner won 20-18, Vic Moore, Mike Topping, Terry White and Mal French drew 19-19 and Peter Hurren, Tony Bridge, Jim Malcolm and Derek Chumbley lost 10-23.

At great run for Browston Ladies’ Four came to an end at County Arts when Sally Webb, Barbara Stanton, Paula Cleeter and Pam Spooner were beaten by Acle.

Kessingland Bowls Club’s green opens on April 23, with new members welcome. Contact Ken on 01502 740352 or Barbara on 01502 585440 for more details.

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