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City of Lincoln Bowls League

Welcome to the City of Lincoln Bowls League Web Pages. We hope you will find all you need on these Pages. We are grateful to the Lincoln Indoor Bowls Club for allowing us to be part of Website.
All the League Winners and Competition Winners and Runners up are now up to date on the Honours Board.These will no longer be shown in the Handbook helping to keep all costs down.

Each week results are on the Notice Board and are entered as soon as they are received.

If there is anything you would like to see on our pages please E-Mail me with your suggestions,

Road Closures Notice.

Due to closure of roads on the way to Heighington advise take the road to Washingborough ( passing Crematorium) ,turn right at roundabout (first ) in village ,continue past building site ,turn left at crossroads and continue on original route to recreation ground.

The River Bridge at Bardney is open again now.


Noticeboard extract 1 -  City League Finals Day

City League Finals Day at Nettleham Bowls Club on Monday August 26th.
1/. Cochrane Triples
Robert Mitchell, Tony Codd & Waylon Clark Ruskington v Paul Hickman, Brian Jackman & Steve Tinker Moorlands Railway
2/. Husband and Wife Pairs
Liz Scarbro & Martin Scarbro Moorlands Railway v Iris Coulson & Ted Coulson Eagle
3/. Chairman's Doubles
Neal Mapletoft & Kris Moore Sleaford Town v Mick Foster & Mick Thompson Moorlands Railway
4/. League Doubles
Lee Johnson & Neil East St Giles v Craig Chamberlain & Rob Forster Monks Abbey
5/. Woolworth & Echo Pairs
Dennis Skayman & Gary Gray St Giles v Ernie Graves & Tony Carline Waddington
Under 25 Singles
Lee Johnson St Giles W/O

1/. Mixed Doubles
Joan Palmer & Mick Foster Moorlands Railway v Iris Coulson & Kevin Lewis Eagle
2/. League Singles
Waylon Clarke Ruskington v Mick Thompson Moorlands Railway
Over 60 Singles
Robert Mitchell Ruskington v David Brammer Branston
4/. League Triples
Paul Hickman, Brian Jackman & Steve Tinker Moorlands Railway v Neal Mapletoft, Kris Moore & Trevor Cope Sleaford Town
5/. Ladies Pairs
Maria Clarke & Lois Clarke Moorlands Railway v Jean Welburn & Jean Scrafield St Giles

Rinks 1 – 3 Afternoon KO
Boultham Park (26) v Eastgate (24)
6/. 2 Bowl Singles
David Brammer Branston v Michael Thompson Moorlands Railway
Rinks 1 – 3 Evening KO Moorlands Railway (10) v Brant Road (26) or Thorpe on the Hill (24)


Noticeboard extract 2 -  Week Commencing 12th August

Evening League
Week 12
Section A
12th August
St Giles are champions of Section A with 2 games left to play. Their 9 – 1 win at home to Washingborough clinched the title. Sleaford Town are second after winning 10 - 0 away at Eagle. Moorlands Railway won 8 – 2 at home to Dunholme and move up to 4th place. Boultham Park won 7 – 3 at home to Lee Road.

Boultham Park 60 shots (7 Points) v Lee Road 48 Shots (3 Points)
Eagle 44 Shots (0 Points) v Sleaford Town 75 Shots (10 Points)
Moorlands Railway 68 Shots (8 Points) v Dunholme 41 Shots (2 Points)
St. Giles 80 Shots (9 Points) v Washingborough A 43 shots (1 Point)

Section B
Collingham need 7 Points from their last two games to become Champions of Section B after only taking 2 points away at Monks Abbey. This win gives Monks Abbey a chance to avoid Relegation to Section C. Eslaforde moved into 3rd place after winning 8 – 2 away at 2nd placed Nettleham. This win gives them a chance to clinch promotion for the 3rd year running. Despite winning on 2 rinks Heighington lost 4 – 6 away at Norman House. Branston took all the points at home to Hykeham
Branston 75 shots (10 Points) v Hykeham 29 Shots (0 Points)
Monks Abbey 68 Shots (8 Points) v Collingham 58 Shots (2 Points)
Nettleham 50 Shots (2 Points) v Eslaforde Park 71 Shots (8 Points)
Norman House 60 Shots (6 Points) v Heighington 51 Shots (4 Points)

Section C
Brant Road lead Section B by 4 Points from Leadenham These two met at Leadenham this week and Leadenham came out on top winning 8 – 2. With Cherry Willingham losing 2 – 8 away at Thorpe on the Hill the battle for Promotion will go to the Final games with 5 of the 8 teams in this Section still in contention as only 7 Points separate them. Leadenham travel to Carholme and Cherry Willingham are at home to Ruskington, North Scarle are away to Brant Road. and Thorpe on the Hill are away to Saxilby who are relegated

Leadenham 68 Shots (8 Points) v Brant Road 49 Shots (2 Points)
North Scarle 62 Shots (10 Points) v Saxilby 45 Shots (0 Points)
Ruskington 58 Shots (2 Points) v Carholme 62 Shots (8 Points)
Thorpe on the Hill 53 Shots (8 Points) v Cherry Willingham 46 Shots (2 Points)
Ruskington 60 Shots (8 Points) v Brant Road 46 Shots (2 Points)

Section D
4 Teams are in the Promotion race in Section D. Skellingthorpe are top on shot difference With Eastgate second after this weeks game between these two teams which Eastgate won 10 - 0. Navenby are third. Bardney have a game in hand and are 11 points behind Eastgate. Waddington take the wooden spoon this year. Navenby won 9 – 1 at home to Harby.

Eastgate 60 Shots (10 Points) v Skellingthorpe 34 Shots (0 Points)
Metheringham 52 Shots (2 Points) v Bardney 58 Shots (8 Points)
Navenby 76 Shots (9 Points) v Harby 45 Shots (1 Point)
Washingborough B 62 Shots (9 Points) v Waddington 36 Shots (1Point)

Afternoon League
Week 11
Section A
Moorlands Railway with a game in hand lead by 4 points from Nettleham A. Washingborough A are 3rd 7 points further back. Washingborough became the first team to beat Moorlands Railway winning 8 - 2. Nettleham A won 8 - 2 away at Lee Road.

Collingham Shots (Points) v Saxilby Shots (Points)
Lee Road 47 Shots (2 Points) v Nettleham A 48 Shots (8 Points)
Washingborough A 59 Shots (8 Points) v Moorlands Railway 44 Shots (2 Points)

Section B
5 Teams are still in the Promotion Race in Section B.
Norman House won 10 - 0 at home to Cherry Willingham A and with a game in hand now lead them by 6 Points. Hykeham A are 3rd 4 points behind Cherry Willingham but have 2 games in hand.Metheringham are 4 points further back in 4th.

Metheringham Shots (Points) v Hykeham Shots (Points)
Nettleham B Shots (Points) v Ruskington Shots (Points)

Norman House 60 Shots (6 Points) v Cherry Willingham A Shots (Points)

Section C
North Scarle are Champions of Section C after winning 8 - 2 at home to Bardney. Eastgate are second 6 points clear of Carholme who have 1 games in hand.

Carholme 41 Shots (2 Points) v North Scarle 53 Shots (8 Points)
Cherry Willingham B 34 Shots (0 Points) v Harby 56 Shots (10 Points)
Eastgate 57 Shots (8 Points) v Bardney 41 Shots (2 Points)

Section D
Leadenham top Section D by 13 points from Boultham Park who have with 2 games in hand. Navenby are 3rd 4 points further back. Leadenham took all the points at home to Washingborough B. Boultham Park also won 10 - 0 away at Navenby ending their hopes of Promotion.

Bassingham 56 Shots (4 Points) v Waddington 56 Shots (4 Points)
Leadenham 76 Shots (10 Points) v Washingborough B 29 Shots (0 Points)
Navenby 32 Shots (0 Points) v Boultham Park 56 Shots (10 Points)


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