Old Hall bounced back from their opening game defeat in the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League to win away at Wymondham B. Old Hall emerged victorious by 91 shots to 64 to go top of the Division Three League Table at this early stage of the season, Dean Shingfield’s rink top scoring 28-11. Acle C won away at Dereham A by 95 shots to 53, Gordon Ives rink winning 26-8, and Norfolk BC B won at home to County Arts B by 108 shots to 70, John Slaughter’s rink winning 37-15.
The  DL Firebirds (6-2) beat the  Jamestown Blue Jays (5-3) on Saturday, Oct. 14 at Roller Field by a final score of 14-13. By David Perry,Journal Sports
The  DL Firebirds (6-2) beat the  Jamestown Blue Jays (5-3) on Saturday, Oct. 14 at Roller Field by a final score of 14-13.
The first round of the Norfolk CIBA County Bowls League saw last season’s Division One and Division Two champions face one another. Acle A proved to be too strong for Acle B, running out 92-62 winners, their rink skipped by Danny Ramsbottom claiming top rink honours with a 30-6 score. Gallow A made a winning start to the season by beating newly promoted Shotford A at home 120-43 – Sam King’s rink winning 37-10.
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Selecting a term
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