Buckinghamshire Short Mat Bowling Association

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Points


Shots

Points

Singles 1

14

2


11

0

Singles 2

4

0


18

2

Singles 1

6

0


14

2

Singles 2

15

2


12

0

Totals

39

4


55

4

Bonus points

0



2







Pairs 1

20

2


5

0

Pairs 2

11

0


12

2

Pairs 1

14

2


7

0

Pairs 2

7

0


19

2

Totals

52

4


43

4

Bonus points

2



0







Triples 1

19

2


3

0

Triples 2

8

0


11

2

Triples 1

7

0


20

2

Triples 2

5

0


17

2

Totals

39

2


51

6

Bonus points

0



2







Fours 1

9

2


7

0

Fours 2

11

2


7

0

Fours 1

3

0


10

2

Fours 2

5

0


9

2

Totals

28

4


33

4

Bonus points

0



2







Total shots

158



182


Total points

14



18

Bonus points

2



6







Totals

158

16


182

24







Single 1


Paul Knight





Single 2


Malcolm Warwick





Pair 1


Ann Hine



Bob Hine





Pair 2


Sharon Drake



Malcolm Richards





Triple 1


Tony Rixon



Irene Roberts



Brian Latham





Triple 2


Peter Coker



Tony Short



Linda Coker





Four 1


Rosie Millard



Linda Thompson



John Thompson



Chris Millard





Four 2


Lyn Dancer



Brenda Gander



Malcolm Tingle



David Gander

TEAM LIST

Bucks v Cambridge  22nd September 2019


On Sunday 22nd September, Cambridge travelled down to Handy Cross for the return match against Bucks. Most players travelled by coach, but some elected to drive.

Everyone was in place and refreshed with tea, coffee and biscuits by 9.55 and so after a welcome from the Bucks captain, play started promptly at 10.00 a.m.

Paul Knight won his singles game and Ann & Bob Hine their pairs game. This was followed by a win in the triples by Tony Rixon, Irene Roberts and Brian Latham and then in the fours, Rosie Millard, Linda Thompson, John Thompson, Chris Millard and Lyn Dancer, Brenda Gander, Malcolm Tingle, David Gander won both games. At the end of the first session, Bucks were just ahead with 10 points to 6.

After lunch, Malcolm Warwick won his singles game and Ann and Bob their second pairs game with enough shots to get the bonus points for the pairs. Unfortunately, both the triples and fours lost their games. The final scoreline was Bucks 158 shots and 16 points, Cambridge 182 shots and 24 points.

Congratulations to Cambridge, commiserations to Bucks.