More Suffolk County success for Lowestoft Railway’s lady bowlers

PUBLISHED: 08:13 08 September 2017

Glenis Harvey who won the Suffolk County novice title. Picture: Club

Glenis Harvey who won the Suffolk County novice title. Picture: Club


The ladies at Lowestoft Railway Bowls Club were involved in four county finals.

Diana Painter narrowly missed out on the Suffolk County BE Unbadged title, losing out to Borough of Eye’s Kelly Ling 21-19 in the final at Stone Lodge BC.

Novice bowler Glenis Harvey travelled to Ipswich Ladies and Marlborough BC to play the semi-final of the Suffolk County BE Novices Cup. She beat Val Clark from Boxford 21-19 and then beat Pauline McNess from the same club 21-19 to win her first county title 21-19.

Gillian Lamprey, the county four wood singles champion, added a further trophy, winning the Suffolk County BE Champion of Champions title. She beat Sudbury’s Eileen Parker 21-13 in the semi-final and Thurlton’s June White 21-5 in the final.

Twelve members played in the final of the Suffolk County BE Hadleigh Cup against Felixstowe and Suffolk BC and lost overall by just four shots.

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