Last week Janice Murgatroyd & Liz Temple won their Watford & District 4th round match 31-10 against a duo from Bushey Met Police.
In a friendly at Cheddington Berkhamsted had a warm welcome and a good game of Bowls coming out winners by three Rinks to one. The teams were John Webb, Toby Bunting, Anne Cutting and Bill Howells who won 18 – 11; Marion Maynard, Carol Syms, Jack Bunting, and Jackie Cormack who won 20 -19; Jackie Healey, Ray Kessler, Phil Bunting, Peter Batchelor who lost 9 -24 and the top rink of Frank Cutting, Sylvia Smith, David Sear and Ken Maynard who won 22 – 6.
On Friday evening Berkhamsted Men played Potters Bar in the Jones Cup. Berkhamsted won both the Home and the away leg by 41 shots to 30 and progress to the next round.
On Saturday Berkhamsted played against Little Gaddesden Bowls Club. It was a great day of sport with all players enjoying the match. The windy conditions tested both sides but Berkhamsted emerged as the winner on all rinks. Special congratulations must go to Myra Lenz , Brian Smith and Steve Burrell who were the top rink. The final score was Berkhamsted 85 and Little Gaddesden 46.
The next day Berkhamsted played a four rink friendly against Wing. It was an enjoyable afternoon with Berkhamsted winning with 69 shots to 62. Top rink was Geoff Drew, Dagmar McKay and Maurice Primo.
Not to be outdone 3 ladies from Berkhamsted, namely Carole Dunn, Anne Furlong and Jackie Cormack had an emphatic win against a trio from Tring by 25 shots to 6, they now go through to the Watford and District triples semi-finals.
Finally as reported in an earlier edition, this week, the two Bunting boys played their County Final U25 pairs match at Welwyn BC . The result was Tom Muir and Jack Bunting beat Sam Andrews & Toby Bunting to make it through to Leamington.
The picture shows Jack Bunting, Tom Muir, Toby Bunting and Sam Andrews before the match.