Press Report – June 25, 2018

DESBOROUGH RESULTS FOR WEEK COMMENCING 18th JUNE 2018

On Tuesday. 19th June, Desborough “A” entertained Wokingham “B” for a Kennet League, Division 1 match. Against a strong Wokingham team Desborough lost on 3 of the 4 rinks with an overall score of 65 – 85. Top rink for Desborough comprised, Nigel Penn, John Brampton, Bruce Adams and Brian Jones.

On Tuesday. 19th June, Desborough “B” travelled to Three Mile Cross for a Kennet League, Division 2 match. The rinks were shared 2-2 however overall Desborough came out winners 87-82. Top rink for Desborough comprised Ernie Pelling, Dave Wagner, Barry Gill and skip, Derry Locke.

On Tuesday, 19th June a Desborough Ladies team played a home friendly match against Marlow. In a very close match Marlow were winners by 4 shots 43-47. Top rink for Desborough was Kath Spracklen, Shirley Newnham and Skip Rose Turner.

On Thursday 21st June the Desborough Buttercups played away at Wokingham losing overall 54-63. A great effort which would have been successful overall if we had not been on the wrong end of a “hotshot”! Top rink for Desborough was Jane Tuhill, Jenny Bosley and Skip Nicola Jones.

On Friday 22nd June, Desborough “A” played Maidenhead Town “A” in a Kennet LV, Division 2 match. After a close match and despite losing on 2 rinks and winning on one, Desborough “A” won overall by 5 shots 52-47. Top rink for Desborough was John Stenson, Mike Whittingham and Skip John Young.

On Friday 22nd June, Desborough “B” played Maidenhead Town “B” in a Kennet LV, Division 2 match. After a close match Desborough “A” lost overall by 7 shots 47-54. Top rink for Desborough was Ray Weaver, Peter Colton and Skip David Wagner.

On Sunday 24th June, Desborough were home to South Oxford for the first ever fixture at. On a perfect summer’s day a close competitive triples match was enjoyed by all. The home green gave no advantage with Desborough only winning on 1 of the 5 rinks and losing overall 67-89. The top rink for Desborough was Simran Thaman, Jim Roll, Marion Pelling and Skip Gill O’Neill.

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