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Coutny Arts battle North Walsham for bowls’ Bales Cup

15:03 17 July 2012

The final of the Norfolk club championship (Bales Cup) will be held on Friday at Norfolk BC and is an all Premier League affair with County Arts taking on North Walsham EBA.

The County Double Fours Championship for the Lord Fermoy Cup has reached the semi-final stage, which will take place on Thursday.

Swaffham Town B take on their West Norfolk rivals Hunstanton EBA in the first of these and in the other Norfolk BC play Freethorpe.

Norfolk played their fourth game in the Eastern Counties League against Hertfordshire at County Arts on Saturday.

Both Norfolk and Hertfordshire went into the match having won all of their three opening matches and it was Hertfordshire who came out on top winning 121-104 and taking 18 of the 22 points at stake.

Although for Norfolk it was a disappointing result, with the Middleton Cup quarter-final imminent manager Brian Taylor took the opportunity to blood several new players in the team.

In the end Hertfordshire proved too strong and proved worthy winners.

Rink scores: Chris Wells, Liam Stevenson, Bernie Perrett, Nigel Carter 13 J Rumball 16; Barry Flatt, Tom Baker, Graham Punchard, Peter Wilkinson 21 N Muir 20; Ollie Allen, Keith Whitehead, Daniel Noble, Andy Siely 16 M Coppen 26; Daniel Seabourne, Jack Adcock, Tony Dunton, Darren Rowsell 14 J Simmons 21; John Ottaway, George Hunter, Malcolm Nicholson, John George 24 D Fox 13; Robert Hadingham, Shane Mitchell, Steve Wells, Philip Barr 16 D Macro 25.

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