Club Name P W D L F A Pts
Diss 7 7 0 0 424 304 55
Horsford 6 5 0 1 371 275 46
Connaught 7 4 0 3 384 331 43
Harling 6 3 0 3 348 299 30
Hempnall 4 3 0 1 254 182 26
Shropham 6 1 0 5 281 367 17
Hingham 7 1 0 6 318 418 17
Saxlingham 7 1 0 6 266 470 16
             
             
             

 

 

 
Club Name P W D L F A Pts
Wymondham 9 9 0 0 829 354 82
Carleton Rode 9 7 0 2 701 477 65
Connaught A 8 7 0 1 547 478 56
Forncett 9 5 0 4 550 581 50
Harling Unicorns 9 3 0 6 621 553 47
Harling Griffins 9 3 0 6 556 589 40
Hingham 8 5 0 3 463 534 39
Connaught B 9 3 0 6 529 683 29
Banham 9 2 0 7 461 645 21
Shropham 9 0 0 9 393 760 11
             
             
               
             
             
             
             
             
             
             

 

From Jill

 

The fundraising match against Brandon raised £392.50!

And what a lovely day, although we lost the match by a mere four shots! the day went exceedingly well.

I would just like to thank all who worked so hard to make the day a great success and also all who responded so brilliantly to the raffle prize appeal.

The Brandon captain remarked that we really have to continue with this annual event as they had all had a great day, the food was great, and they also appreciated our vastly improved green.

An extra thank you goes to Nigel and Linda for providing Cupcake the Cow!

 

Please see the Photo Gallery for some photos of the match.

 

Very many thanks to all those who supported our Charity Event on Sunday 12 Feb. It was a brilliant turnout. Thanks to Jill for the organisation and all who helped in so many ways.

The whole event was really enjoyable with delicious food supplied by the members.

See Photo Gallery

Many of the games were very close but our congratulations go to the winning triples:

Jean, Steve S and Mike T

And most importantly we raised the magnificent sum of

£306

which will be sent to Nelson's Journey - a very worthwhile cause.

Seventeen members enjoyed our annual trip to Potters for the Potters Cup. As always, there was good food, good entertainment and good company and this year even good weather.

All our triples played well and for the first time a Harling triple - Jill Hayman, Pauline Barsby and Steve Easter - managed to get into the semi-finals of the Shield. A great result, meaning we were in the top eight of 40 triples.

 

 

From The Norfolk County Short Mat Bowls Association's report on the Potters Cup Weekend:

 

Potters Shield Final

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"In the semi-finals Phil Watson’s triple played East Harling’s Jill Hayman, Pauline Barsby & Steve Easter. After conceding one shot on the opening end Watson’s triple took a 3-1 lead on the second end and led throughout recording an 8-3 win despite the Harling triple competing well throughout the match."

 

Well done!

Nigel wins the Carl Moss Trophy.

 

Finalists George, Nigel and Steve.

 
A great night was had by all and £257 was raised for the charity
 
 
 
1.The winners! Nigel, Chris and Ken. Well done! 2. Presenting our cheque to the School.

 

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