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ith the outdoor season rapidly approaching, the club played their last scheduled indoor


fixture at Harpenden Indoor Bowls Club on the 20 March and while we did not win it is always a pleasure to play at Harpenden where the welcome is unfailingly friendly and competition keen. As part of the Indoor league the Red team were


back to winning ways, one of the scalps being the blue team. Following the blues win on 17 January the


return fixture was played on 8 March and on this occasion the Red Team won by 16 shots to 12 in what was again a close and keenly contested match. On present predictions it is doubtful that


either of the teams will win the indoor league but with both playing well and in the first division, they should finish in the top half of the table. One of the real bonuses at the match at


Harpenden and the Red versus Blue fixture was the return to the rink of Peter Sanders who has played at Abbots Langley Bowls Club for many years and who has successfully returned following major surgery earlier in the year. The rink in Langley Road has benefitted from


the recent good weather and looks in excellent condition for the outdoor season. T he first open day will be on Saturday 23 April


and all will be welcome. For further information call John Sutton on 01923 263605 or Mary Hunt on 01923 265599.


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