Super Sawston making history
Sawston Bowls Club are having a great year and one that is sure to go down in the club s history. In the County League Division Two under the captaincy of Peter Whitmore, they have posted a record of played 10 games, won 10. Scoring 56 of a possible 70 po
Sawston Bowls Club are having a great year and one that is sure to go down in the club's history.
In the County League Division Two under the captaincy of Peter Whitmore, they have posted a record of played 10 games, won 10. Scoring 56 of a possible 70 points. In the Roger Pauley Cup they also remain unbeaten with four wins.
The Cambs and District team is in second place behind a strong Bassingbourn side.
In the Meldreth and District League the A team are going well. They also remain unbeaten in their half of the league, having played 14 and won 14.
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The B team is doing well in the other half of the league, just above half way at present, while in the Foxton Mid-Week League, Sawston are in the top five.
It is in the County competitions that Sawston have enjoyed major success this year. The quartet of Steve Jacobs, Neil Flack, Bill Reed and Mick Binge made it all the way to the semi-final of the fours competition, before falling to a strong Cambs and County rink including England junior international Robert Drew.
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In the singles final held at March Conservatives Bowls Club, Neil Flack came up against Denis Lewis of Ely and Middleton Cup colleague, in a close game Denis just edged out Neil 21-17.
In the Champion of Champion singles, Steve Jacobs came up against Peter Boothman of Fordham and eased to victory 21-16.
In the pairs Neil and Steve turned in a great performance to win 24-7 off only 17 of the 21 ends, only conceding four ends and will play at Worthing in the National Finals.