Match Report w/e 07/07
Monday 8th July 2013 3:39 pm
Bay reached the last 4 in Kent in the National Double 4â€™s competition with a victory over Borough Green. The match had been nip and tuck all the way but with 4 ends to go on both rinks Bay were 5 shots adrift. However, spurred on by a vociferous home support Bay managed to overcome the deficit to win by 4 shots.
Dave Mason and Ian Robb won the Divisional Final of the County pairs with a 4 shot victory over opponents from Sandwich.
Mason also progressed to the last 4 in Kent in the National Mixed pairs competition alo ng with partner Anita harding with a win at Ashford Rail.
Herne Bay were too strong for local rivals Whitstable overpowering them by 70 shots in the Forest of Blean League encounter. Winning 5 of the 6 triples played gave Bay 7 league points to maintain their position at the top. The triple of Bruce Clayton, John Melford and Eddie Allen won 30 â€“ 5.
Bay won all 6 triples played in the annual Trophy match at Canterbury and won overall by an outstanding 57 shots. The triple of acting Captain John Phillips, Alan Kent and Bob day won 28 â€“ 4.
The Ladies also played at Canterbury and won 4 and drew 1 of 6 triples played winning by 47 shots. A big win for Jan Starkey, Sheila Tibby and Gill Baker 30 â€“ 6.
Bay ran out winners by 16 shots In the mixed friendly game with Keyworth Tourists from Nottinghamshire with Bay winning on 3 of the 5 rinks. Best winning rink was Beryl Randall, Roy Appleyard, Jean White and John Toms.
Bay only managed to win 2 of the 6 mixed triples played against Dane Park losing by 23 shots. The best winning triple was Pauline Hougham, Terry Taunton and John Toms 21 - 12
Herne Bay 37 Borough Green 33 (National Double 4â€™s)
Steve Brown, Aaron Mairs, Brian Dennis, Eddie Allen 11 â€“ 25 Dave Mason, Bob Baldwin, Tony Bishop, Robbie Irons 26 - 8
Herne Bay 133 Whitstable 63 (FOB League)
Terry Kelly, Alf Collar, Brian Dennis 16 - 5 Les Mason, Ray Chipperfield, Brian Gisby 29 - 6 Bruce Clayton, John Melford, Eddie Allen 30 - 5 Aaron Mairs, Ray Day, Tony Bishop 27 - 11 Steve Brown, Bob Day, Bill Robb 17 - 12 Len Brown, Stuart Emert, Robbie Irons 14 â€“ 24
Herne Bay 126 Canterbury 69
John Grogan, Colin Hadlow, Len Brown 19 â€“ 15 John Phillips, Alan Kent, Bob Day 28 â€“ 4 John Baker, Denis Hanafin, Stuart Emert 25 â€“ 11 John Dryland, Paul Evans, Jeff Graham 15 â€“ 11 Bill Gibbon, Terry Taunton, Brian Gisby 19 â€“ 12 Tony Ackland, Harry Algar, Bob Baldwin 20 - 16
Herne Bay 100 Keyworth Tourists 84
John Rawlings, Alan Phillips, Lyn Phillips, Barbara Morris 21 â€“ 16 Gill Phillips, Danny Keleghar, Gill Baker, Jeff Graham 20 â€“ 24 Robin Woollams, Jan Starkey, Maureen Day, John Melford 23 â€“ 15 Beryl Randall, Roy Appleyard, Jean White, John Toms 20 â€“ 11 Denise Guy, David Knight, Sheila McDowell, Jim Covill 16 â€“ 18
Herne Bay 89 Dane Park 112
Pauline Hougham, Terry Taunton, John Toms 21 â€“ 12 Doreen Woollams, Paul Evans, Alf Collar 16 â€“ 22 Ray Elsden, Maureen Simcock, Peter Gibson 13 â€“ 16 Robin Woollams, Gill Baker, Barbara Morris 19 â€“ 18 Gill Phillips, Jean White, Bill Robb 9 â€“ 29 Edie Nicholls, Bill Gibbon, Jeff Graham 11 - 15
Herne Bay Ladies 115 Canterbury Ladies 67
Jan Starkey, Sheila Tibby, Gill Baker 30 â€“ 6 Denis Guy, Joyce Whitlock, Ellen Foster 23 â€“ 10 Sue Grogan, Maureen Simcock, Rose Penniall 11 â€“ 21 Rosemary McCarthy, Ronnie Phillips, Monica Ward 24 â€“ 6 Pat Baldwin, Lyn Phillips, Barbara Morris 13 â€“ 10 Marian Algar, Marianne Offer, Dawn Harris 14 - 14