PRESS REPORT W/E 13.01.19
The Desborough bandwagon continues to roll in the National Over 60`s Double Rink after a tense game against a strong Whiteknights A side which resulted in a 36-34 victory. Determination was needed as both the home and away rinks made dreadful starts and things started to look bleak for the Maidenhead outfit. However a couple of big scores turned the game on its head as the away rink never lost the lead once they had gained it and at home they did enough to hang on to their coat tails. The tough game will put them in good stead for facing Cotswold on 5 February.
S Williams, J Beal, C Behmber, E Orme 16-19
G Knapper, D Perriman, T Eales, L Essex 20-15
Desborough played their annual fixture against the Banks B.A. and suffered a rare reverse as they went down to a 111-95 defeat although in their defence they did loan the opposition some quality players. The rink skipped by Clive Northover did well to return a winning scorecard which left all the glory to go to Linda Eumor, Marion Pelling, Brian Faulkner and Dave Perriman who won by 11 shots, 21-10.
L Eumor, M Pelling, B Faulkner, D Perriman 21-10
K Spracklen, V Wyatt, R Wyatt, P Winstanley 14-28
C Buckley, G Fowler, M Hallett, C Northover 25-21
Y Fowler, C Crunden, K Wells, B Pocock 15-27
K Scowen, V Wyatt, S Stack, J Stannard 20-25