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


Its that Mann again for Wymondham

Breckland League giants Wymondham took maximum points at Harling Unicorns where they demonstrated that it will be a major surprise if they do not retain the title yet again. David Chadwick, Laura Hawksworth & Jon Sparham opened with a tight 17-16 victory against Mike Tarrant’s home triple but Hayley Osbourne, Owen Cranston & Chris Mann stormed to an 18-5 win against Roger Braham’s triple to give the Wymondham wonders maximum points from the first half. After the break Wymondham wrapped up a 10-0 points win with Steve Easter, Jack Marshall & Melvyn Barker winning 18-11 and Billie Barker, John Jeffrey & Debbie Sparham winning 19-9. Harling Griffins began their campaign with a 6-4 home win against Hingham. Leading the way were J Horne, S Smith & G Hume with a 31-5 win against John Chapman’s triple while R Newman, Val Easter & G Hume beat Jill Townsend’s triple 17-12. Top scorers for Hingham were John Hunter, Margaret Hunter & Graham Tweed who beat P Hyam’s triple 21-8. Forncett won 8-2 at home to Connaught “B” with Jan Smail, Terry Thorpe & Mike Smail winning by 19-5. In the SNL Hempnall won 10-0 at Forncett with Mike Greenacre, David Blundell & M Pearce beating Mike Smail’s triple 27-6. The title favourites completed the job with Paul Baker’s triple winning 21-11, Keith Cooke’s pair winning 18-9 and Neil Davidson’s pair winning 15-11. Saxlingham Nethergate suffered two away defeats. They went down 8-2 at Shropham, where B Draper & D Green won 17-9, and lost 9-1 at Harling where I Beckford, R Beckford & D Ryder won 28-6. Bure League action began at Hevingham where the home side beat Horsford BC 8-2. Leading the way were Pat Williamson, Pat Hall and Steve Hall with an impressive 30-9 win while David Sharpe’s triple won 13-11 and Andy Drummie’s triple won 13-12. Ray Ayres’ triple scored Horsford’s only win beating Marjorie Hall’s triple 25-7.  

Chris Mann Potters

Chris Mann of Wymondham



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