Open Ladies Triples

Saturday 26th May 2018 9:51pm

The club held their Open Ladies Triples on Saturday (26th May) which was sponsored by Cairns Chemists. The event attracted 18 triples from all over East Kent and all the games were played in glorious sunshine throughout. Each triple playing 3 games of 1 hour 15 minutes with 3 points being awarded for a win and 1 point for a draw. At the conclusion of all the games being played just 2 triples were on 9 points having  won all their games, so the winners were decided by the triple having won the most ends over their 3 games. In first place was the triple of Jean Blunt, Carol Goodall & Sharon Todd (skip) representing Cheriton B.C. on 9 points with 23 ends won. Cheriton were closely followed by Trish Devlin, Pauline Brown & Yvonne Kennard (skip) representing Folkestone B.C. also on 9 points with 18 ends won. In 3rd place was the triple from River B.C. of Sue Baldwin, Kate Kirby & Brenda Sheather (skip) having won 2 of their games with 6 points. SEE PHOTOS FOR MORE PICTURES FROM THE EVENT.

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Kearsney v Aylesham & Snowdown (Away) 23rd May 2018

Wednesday 23rd May 2018 10:33pm

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Kearsney v Barham B C (Away) 22nd May 2018

Wednesday 23rd May 2018 10:17pm

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Kearsney v Eastry B.C. (Away) 20th May 2018

Tuesday 22nd May 2018 10:02am

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Unbadged Singles

Friday 18th May 2018 8:05pm

In the 1st round of the County unbadged singles our Secretary, Roger Gambrill, had a comfortable win at home to Ray Spink of Deal B.C. by 21 shots to 3, in the 2nd round Roger will play fellow club member Tony Boozer. Another 1st round game was between Kearsney members Roly Bainbridge and Keith Hughes with Roly coming out on top by 21 shots to 12. Roly will now play Kearsneys youngest member, 11 year old Tom Blackwell in the 2nd round. Allen Hare played Wayne Shooter of Betteshanger in another 1st round match and went down by 9 shots to 21. There were a couple of 2nd round games played early, Keith Howe had the narrowest of wins by 21 shots to 20 away to M.Hassan of Sandwich B.C. Not so fortunate was Jim Holt who went down by 21 shots to 9 against another Sandwich bowler, A.Laslett.

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