Bowls: Clevedon & District Association season draws to close

PUBLISHED: 09:00 19 September 2019

Clevedon Prom beat Congresbury in the C&D Over-60 Cup final at West Backwell

Clevedon Prom beat Congresbury in the C&D Over-60 Cup final at West Backwell

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The Clevedon & District Bowling Association season drew to a close as Clevedon Promenade beat Congresbury to win the over-60 KO Cup final at West Backwell.

Daniel Rycroft and Jerry Ashmore beat Graham Tripp and Jeff Brommage in the C&D Champion of Champions pairs finalDaniel Rycroft and Jerry Ashmore beat Graham Tripp and Jeff Brommage in the C&D Champion of Champions pairs final

Chairman Duncan Crawshaw presented the trophy to John Powell, while the Champion of Champions competitions came to an end at Congresbury.

Dave Nicholls (Isle of Wedmore) beat Adam Knights (West Backwell) in the individual, while Daniel Rycroft and Jerry Ashmore (West Backwell) saw off Clevedon's Graham Tripp and Jeff Brommage in the pairs.

Portishead RBL returned to the top of the Evening League table after a two-year absence ahead of Congresbury, as well as topping the over-60 Triples League in a reverse of positions with Isle of Wedmore.

West Backwell were third in both competitions and won the Charity Cup, donating their prize to the Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Dave Nicholls beat Adam Knights in the C&D Champion of Champions final at CongresburyDave Nicholls beat Adam Knights in the C&D Champion of Champions final at Congresbury

Roger Spragg said: "A big thank you must go to Britannia Windows for their continued sponsorship of the Association allowing excellent prize money to be allocated to the top three teams in both Leagues.

"And to all players for their 10p donation to charity every time they played a match allowing Portishead RBL to donate £548 to their chosen charity, Children's Hospice South West."


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