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Barlows Fire & Security Alan Mayhew Trophy 1st round Review

Burway beat Ludlow Castle by 52 overall

Burway beat Ludlow Castle by 52 overall as they made their Premier League status pay. They had 6 winners at home, with Ben Allen the best of them 8, to win by 48, while away they had 3 winners, with joint skipper Russ Davies their best 10 in a 4 chalk success. For the Castle it was their captain Simon Lane who was best winning 10.

We are having problems putting the score on so the scores are below:

At Burway

Burway v Ludlow Castle
Kev Dovey 21-13 Mal Bowen
Kiah Roberts 21-13 Nicky Beard
Adam Dovey 21-15 ?
Ben Allen 21-8 Carl Bowen
Wayne Rogers 21-11 Lee Wilding
Duncan Pressley 21-18 Dave Wilding
Burway 126 Ludlow Castle 78

At Ludlow Castle

Ludlow Castle v Burway
Richard Lane 13 v 21 Len Lewis
Jordan Bull 10 v 21 Russell Davies
Simon Lane 21 v 10 Mark Rogers
Graham Pritchard 13 v 21 Jolyon Partridge
Mal Griffiths 21 v 11 Jesse James
Graham Lane 21 v 19 Roy Crowther
Ludlow Castle 99 Burway 103

Hanwood beat Ifton by 10 overall

Hanwood started their defence successfully as they beat Ifton by 10 overall, but it wasn’t all plain sailing. Spokesman Ash Wellings admits it was a “bit of a scare in the end having had a good first three at home and away we had two bad losers away where they were ahead of us. At Hanwood, we had a couple of us struggling on the green with me 13-12 down and Ryan Bond beating Jon Mansell (only winner 17). But I ended up running out and with Dave Burton winning well at 4 (best winner 10) we had a good win by 34 considering the two bad cards away.” Ifton’s best winner was Leighton Roberts 4 at home, with Phil Lyttle’s 11 win being crucial to hold them to 24.

Wrockwardine Wood beat Bylet by 14 overall

Wrcokwardine Wood edged a close game with Bylet as they beat them by 14 overall. Stuart Rutter’s 1 win at the Bylet was key to that victory, to hold them to 1 there, as Rich Morris and Scott Harries’ 8 win home and away were in vain. 5 winners at home helped the Wrockites, led by Steve Roberts’ 10 win, to win by 15.

Castlefields beat St Georges by 39 overall

Castlefields beat St Georges comfortably by 39 overall. Stand in skipper Graham Rogers commented “well I did say it was a cup game and any thing can happen, as it was it was a comfortable win for us in the end with a 35 margin at home and a good solid win on St Georges by our experienced away team doing the business. We had three players missing due to other commitments but I must make a special mention to the players that came in from our strong Tanners team and played very well. I think the pace of our green caught them out as it was a lot quicker from when they visited a few weeks ago there was some cracking games on the night. The Luke Jones and Dave King game was best game of the night. All in all we are very happy to progress to the next round but we will be fully focused on our next league game against Meole Brace tomorrow night before we start preparing for the next round!” The Fields had all 6 winners at home, Callum their best 10, while at St Georges Keith Walton won 14 and for the Dragons it was Lewis Scott 11 who was best winner.

Newport beat Wem USC by 56 overall

Newport beat Wem USC comfortably by 56 overall. Dave Rhodes was their best winner at home 3, while for Wem it was Mike Dulson 17 who was their only winner, as Newport won by 39 there. On Leek Street it was Derek Wright who was their best winner 11, with Newport’s best being Pete Cookson and Mick Jones by the same scoreline, to win by 17 there.

SJB beat Bowring by 16 overall

Sir John Bayley finished strongly to win by 16 overall. Bowring had won by 13 at home as Dave Lloyd and Josh Bradburn both won 9, with Chris Ward best winner 10 for the Bayley. Bayley were leading by 15 at home with their last three on, Norman Harvey their best winner 10, but had the three winners to win by 29 there.

Hanmer beat Chester Road by 7 overall

Hanmer put behind their league woes as they beat Chester Road by 7 overall after a terrific fightback as described by captain Dave Ellison. “Wow what a great game of bowls with us 31 behind after the first 3 off both games. We stuck at it and prevailed by just 7 in the end.Special praise to Martin Elson, Rich Pullen Jack Hewitt and Jack Butler who were all well down in their games but fought back to get us an extra 20 chalks plus, which tipped the balance our way. Also Ieuan Pugh playing his first ever game on Hanmer and winning to 18 to bring it home.” Dave himself was best winner away 11, with Alan Purcell best winner 15 in a draw there. On Hanmer and Martin Lloyd was best winner for the away side 11, and Lee Peate best for the hosts 5.

Meole Brace walkover against Hadley USC

 

Quarter Finals Draw (to be played on Wednesday 15th August):

Burway v Hanwood

Castlefields v Wrockwardine Wood

Newport v Sir John Bayley

Hanmer v Meole Brace

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