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Tuddenham top Bure table

East Tuddenham top the latest Bure League table after big wins against both Windows & Horsford BC. Gillian Amos, Les Chadwick & Robin Amos led the way at Windows with a 20-10 win and with John Turner’s triple winning 19-10, Simon Willies’ triple winning 16-10 and Melvin Woods’ triple winning 15-11 maximum points were collected. Another 10-0 win was collected at home to Horsford BC where the trusted combination of Albert Palgrave, Chrissie Turner & John Turner eased their way to a 23-7 win. Elaine Willies, J Woods & Chris Mann enjoyed a comfortable 19-6 win, Melvin Woods’ triple won 16-7 and Simon Willies’ triple won 23-14. Tuddenham are looking the form side of the division this season and with only four games played are already fourteen points clear of defending champions Halvergate. A close match at Hevingham resulted in a narrow 6-4 home win against Thorpe Marriott with only one shot separating the two teams which earned Hevingham the match points. Gill Bunn, Alan Bunn & Aleck Haynes’ 16-10 win proved vital and David Sharpe’s triple added an 11-9 win. Kath Frost’s Marriott triple won 15-9 and Marjorie Hall’s triple weighed in with a 9-8 win but it left the visitors with 43 shots against Hevingham’s 44. Hevingham also won 6-4 at Woodbastwick where the Bunn-Bunn-Haynes triple again made the major impact by winning 17-6. Maurice Kemp’s triple were also on song winning 19-10. Narrow wins for Elaine Cole & Peter Jablonowski earned Woodbastwick’s four points. Windows suffered another reverse at home to Woodbastwick with the visitors recording a 7-3 win. Michael Fox, Norma Jablonowski & Elaine Cole had a massive 26-6 win and Brian Frost’s triple won 21-7. Tony Wright’s triple held David Walker’s Windows triple to a 14-14 draw. The only win for Windows was provided by Mike Boswell’s triple who won by 16-7. Woodbastwick suffered a 7-3 home defeat at the hands of Kirby Bedon. Carol Aggas, Joan Costello & John Aggas won 17-9, Phil Watson’s triple won 16-10 and Joe Brown’s triple held home skip Lianne Mills to an 11-11 draw. Elaine Cole’s triple scored the home sides only win by 11-9.

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