Bramhill strikes to bag win for Bowls
CLEE Bowls extended their lead at the top of the Grimsby & District Billiards League after a default handed them a 2-1 victory at Birds Eye B.
Simon Timpson (R95) bagged the opening frame for the hosts, 200-148 against Bob Camfield (R25).
But because Birds Eye were a player short and had to default a frame, Clee Bowls secured victory when Ivan Bramhill (Owe35) beat Jim Litchfield (R100) 200-164.
Blossom Way, Clee Bowls' nearest challengers, had a bye this week. They trail the leaders by two points.
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Westlands managed a full squad this week and were involved in good match at home against Ray Edmonds B, who triumphed 2-1.
Stan Moore (R40) drew first blood for Westlands, beating Pete Norman (R100) 200-175, before Andy Savage (R50) pulled the visitors level with a 200-178 win against Ian Hewer (70).
Then came the 'big boys' to decide the outcome, with Nige Emmerson (Owe145) taking on Liam Oswin (Owe40).
Emmerson made breaks of 38 and 36 but his rival was also on form – Oswin racked up knocks of 41, 34 and 32 to triumph 200-102.
Ray Edmonds Vets beat Birds Eye A 2-1 at home.
John Tomlinson (R45) opened the scoring for Birds Eye, with a 200-184 win against Blake Munton (R75).
Tony Eglin (R40) pulled the home side back on level terms, beating Gordon Coulling (R35) 200-195.
Daz Potter (Owe40) took the last frame from Bob Eagle (Owe5), 200-186, to ensure the spoils went to the hosts.
Birds Eye B 1 Clee Bowls 2; Ray Edmonds Vets 2 Birds Eye A 1; Westlands 1 Ray Edmonds B 2; Blossom Way – bye.
Liam Oswin (Ray Edmonds B) 41, 34, 32. Nige Emmerson (Westlands) 38, 36.