Walker leads victory roll for North Scale
Published at 16:42, Friday, 24 August 2012
WOMEN’S BOWLSKAREN Walker led from the top of the sheet as North Scale beat Furness Abbey 7-4 in the Furness Ladies Evening Bowling League.
Vera Crosby, Anne Willison and Sheilah Hackett were the only winners for Hawcoat Park as they lost 9-3 at home to Roose. Sheila Burns won to single figures for Biggar Bank but the team went down 8-4 against Askam.
King Alfred and Co-op are still battling for top spot. This week, King Alfred beat Kirkby 9-2 and the Co-op defeated Glaxo by the same score.
In the remaining game, Ella Johnson and Anne Wilson were the winners for Red River in their 9-2 defeat by West Mount.
NORTH SCALE v FURNESS ABBEY
K Walker 21 S Johnson 11, M Munro 20 E Carton 21, J Strefford 21 M Woods 18, A Walker 18 D Wood 21, J Stevens 21 M Mullen 9, J Badham 12 H Oliver 21, M White 21 A Rowan 18, A Bigland 21 A Lyons 10, A Graham 21 M Arnold 7, G Robey 19 J King 21. Totals: 7 and 4.
HAWCOAT PARK v ROOSE
A France 17 E Ryland 21, J Coward 13 A Hamilton 21, V Crosby 21 T Hool 7, A Willison 21 Y Bewley 19, S Hackett 21 A Harris 18, P Heron 0 S Rigg 21, E Silver 10 K Fitzsimmons 21, J Brough 19 L Rigg 21, J Thompson 17 A Fearn 21, L Kneale 9 S Johnson 21. Totals: 3 and 9.
KING ALFRED v KIRKBY
B Low 21 H Lancaster 10, J Dyer 21 A Todd 18, M Mills 21 L Dodd 17, W Holmes 21 D Rigg 5, D Hogg 21 S Stevenson 6, M Walton 16 A Malcolm 21, M Higginson 21 A Delbridge 9, P Williams 21 A Gabbert 15, G Corran 18 A Holme 21, S Hogg 21 M Leigh 15. Totals: 9 and 2.
WEST MOUNT v RED RIVER
E Thornton 21 S McCormick 13, D Bramham 12 E Johnson 21, J Corkish 21 N Halpin 13, K Salisbury 21 C Dickinson 15, J Dicken 21 S Buckley 19, J Pike 21 L Baugh 9, B Quinn 21 A Slater 17, E Pearson 21 E Wood 7, J Wilkinson 21 L Davison 11, L Boulton 10 A Wilson 21. Totals: 9 and 2.
BIGGAR BANK v ASKAM
P Sharp 17 L Askew 21, S Burns 21 P Jackson 9, E Wilson 21 G Bell 14, D Evans 10 D Knowles 21, J Evans 13 K Lodge 21, S Adams 13 B Richards 21, R Wrathall 21 A Kendal 18, P Bain 12 E Casson 21, D Lackey 18 E Lattimer 21, E Schultz 21 M Proctor 11. Totals: 4 and 8.
CO-OP v GLAXO
K Baker 21 J Dewhurst 18, A Huddleston 21 S Crellin 2, D Hall 21 B Worsley 14, B Hall 21 S Ellwood 15, L Dawes 21 A Davidson 7, A West 11 A Wakefield 21, A Cottam 21 J Iredale 17, E Wakefield 21 J Nevinson 12, H Chambers 8 D Cornthwaite 21, M Barrow 21 I Ford 4. Totals: 9 and 2.
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