Not a stroll, but Park claim the spoils against Denaby

WINS from Dave Dinnie (21-6) and Bill Bathgate (21-5) saw Woodlands Park take the spoils (168-158) in their Doncaster Bowls Association Saturday League Section A clash against visiting Denaby, for whom Vic Greenfield and Sid Price both won 21-7.

Kevin Richardson (21-7) and Jeff Shipley (21-8) both shone for Pilkingtons Rec in their 189-157 win over Woodlands Park.

Roundwood finished strongly in their 187-147 victory over Mexborough Athletic, with wins from Gordon Beasley (21-7), Alan Bissell (21-5) and Brian Bramley (21-6).

Bawtry lost 194-179 at Thorpe Marsh Bentley.

Former league secretary Liz Hall starred for Parklands in their 185-160 Section B win over Eden Grove Peglers with a 21-5 win. Eric Cullingworth won 21-7 for Eden Grove.

Paul Barnett won 21-6 for Westfield Park in their 18-152 victory at Armthorpe, for whom Andy Kershaw also won 21-6.

Martin Bowley (21-8) was the only winner for Yorkshire Main B as Brian Coates (21-8) and Alvin Langham (21-7) won well for Section C league leaders Adwick in their 197-131 success.

Last man Eric Watkinson was the hero for Roundwood C as his 21-4 win gave them a 181-172 victory at Parklands B.

Barbara Abel won 21-3 for Roundwood C in their 191-108 victory over Adwick B. George McLean (21-6) and Bill Poulton (21-5) were the best winners for Parklands B in their 169-159 victory at Adwick B, who were well served by Norman Brown( 21-9).

Dennis Reilly (21-9) and Alwin Davies (21-8) showed up well for Askern, but Roy Green’s 21-4 win enabled Adwick to keep their unbeaten record with a thrilling 169-168 success.

Geoff Ball (21-4), Mike Rimmington (21-5) and Robert Howard (21-6) were the best winners for Wickersley VC in their 188-135 victory at Brodsworth.

Walter Roden (21-8) was the match winner for Roundwood C in their narrow 175-173 victory over Hexthorpe.

Jo Bubb (21-7) gave Westfield Park B an early lead, before Mark Daniels (21-9) turned their Section D game in Carcroft B’s favour (178-161). John Hobson (21-9) earned nine-man Harvesters a 170-170 draw at Pilks Rec B.