Mid Wilts “A” Notch Up A Second Win

After our 10-4 points win against Trowbridge Westbourne “B” two weeks ago (there was no game last week due to centenary match). We welcomed Bradford on Avon last Thursday 20th July. Having been soundly beaten on their home turf in early June we turned the tables on them with a resounding   14 -0 points victory and an aggregate score of 99 shots to Devizes “A” to 49 shots for Bradford On Avon.

Results.
Harry Garlick, Ken Surman and Dave Reeves won 22 -15
Ken Roberts, David Ryde-Rogers and Ken Oliver won 22 -11
David Russell, Kiwi and Bob Budden won 20 -13
Brian Reeves,Tom Mullins and Chris Merrifield 35 -10

Tom Mullins (Team Captain)

Devizes “A” Compete In Wilson Cup

Teams from The Mid-Wilts league can enter into the annual knockout competition known as the Wilson Cup.
On Saturday 15th July the Devizes “A” team of Dave Reeves, Ken Surman and Tom Mullins played against Chippenham Town’s “B” team.
Devizes trailed throughout the game and were 10-14 down on 17th end then picked up a four on the last end to force the game into a sudden death play off. This end went back and forth with the jack being moved on several occasions but unfortunately Chippenham Town forced a win by just two shots.
Result: Devizes 14 Chippenham Town 16
So near yet so far
Well done all
Report by team leader Tom Mullins

The Tide Has Turned For The “A” Team

Last Thursday, the 22nd of June, Devizes “A” team finally had a win in Division 1 of the Mid Wilts triples league against North Wilts “A”.

The team were successful on two rinks and drew one other whilst losing on the fourth, however, the aggregate score was 72 shots each which gave a points win of 8 points to 6.

Let’s hope this is the turning point in our season.

 

Tom Mullins (Team Captain)

Mid Wilts “A”

The Devizes “A”  team’s return to division one of the Mid Wilts Triples league was not a happy one as last Thursday evening they lost their first game at home to Chippenham Town “A” with a final points score of 12 – 2.

On the positive side there was one winning rink that of Alan Sims, David Russell and Bob Budden who won with a score of 16 shots to 14, close but never the less a win.

The next test will be away against Trowbridge Westbourne “B” on Thursday 3rd May,  where the team will looking for a better result at the second time of asking.