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ABBOTS LANGLEY BOWLS CLUB


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eptember saw the culmination of the outdoor season: The inter club competitions, the


Ladies versus the Men‘s Veterans and the Captain versus Vice-Captain match on September 24 being the final match. Finals day was over two days and produced


some unexpected results. It will be dealt with in much more depth in next month‘s issue. Nothing sums up the game of bowls more than


the Ladies versus Veterans match. Played on September 14 – a game of triples – three woods


between four teams of ladies and four teams of men. Though on opposing sides, the teams included


Wendy and David Westoby, Christine and Ron Jefford and Freda and Wilf Johns. The match was in one respect a draw. The ladies won on two rinks, as did the men, though the men had a better shot difference and thus technically were the winners. The ladies provided the tea which followed, the


men following a speech from the Ladies Captain, Paula Vaux, did the washing up. On the following Sunday, the men played their


final outdoor game of the season at Chesham. Always a pleasure to play there — a well-kept very fast green, excellent company and to round off the season in style a win for Abbots Langley albeit by only two shots. Two rinks won, two lost, but all the rinks


finishing with relatively close scores thus keeping the tension going to the end. More work has been done by Peter Lewin on


our website – abbotslangleybowlsclub.co.uk – including an on line application to join. Though the men are now concentrating on the indoor season.


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