"I am a Norfolk man and Glory in being so." Horatio Nelson


Connaught on a roll

After so long without a win in the Tens League Connaught reeled off their second victory in succession beating Hevingham 3-0. Di Quadling & Sylvia Parsons scored valuable shots in the opening pairs game beating Betty Cox & David Sharpe 19-8 so, despite Joe LiRocchi’s triple losing by 14-13 against Gill Bunn, Chris Brooks & Alan Bunn, Connaught went into the break ten shots to the good. Connaught’s domination in the pairs continued with a 15-12 win for Elaine & Bob Oatway against Pat Williamson & Steve Hall so the final triples game which was drawn 11-11 left Connaught celebrating a 3-0 home win. Hevingham also lost a Bure League match going down by 8-2 at home to a strong Halvergate line-up. In the first half Donna Lamb, Josh Baxter & Jason Woods beat Steve Hall’s triple 16-10 while David Knights, Nigel Willard & Simon Warnes scored an impressive 17-6 win against Alan Bunn’s triple. Halvergate scored another big win in the second half as Ray Lamb, Steven Lamb & Morgan Warnes beat Maurice Kemp’s triple 24-5. Hevingham’s only win of the night was achieved by Betty Cox, Joyce Vincent & David Sharpe who will be delighted with a 21-7 win against Mike Tate, Robbie Lamb & David Lamb. In the SNL Saxlingham scored a surprise 6-4 home win against second placed Hingham. Both teams won two games apiece but Saxlingham scored 52 shots against Hingham’s 48 to earn the two match points. Saxlingham’s wins were scored by Alice Payne, Don Linford & Geoff Payne with a 13-9 win and Pat Meale, Peter Cook & Geoff Briggs with a 20-10 win. Connaught beat Wreningham 8-2 with their biggest win an 18-8 result for Mike Marlow, Mike Smail & Mike Minshull.

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