Country Bowls Club continue to compete in all leagues, on Monday 27th a setback with Flamingos and Ravens losing and Seahawks drawing at home.

In the Alicante Southern League Discovery Division on 27th November the Flamingos travelled to Greenlands to play the Maples, not an easy task and despite some close games only came away with 2 points. The winning rink was Della Wailes, Steve Wailes and Tom Macdonald, 20 shots to 19. Meanwhile the Seahawks were at home to San Miguel Orcas and a close game was had resulting in 6 points each maintaining top position. Top rink was Del Gunning, Phil Newman, Peter Whitehall 33 shots to 7, overall 87 shots to 81.

In the Voyager League the Ravens visited the San Luis Trekkers and found it hard going, winning on a single rink 2 points to 10, 67 shots to 98. Top rink was Jo Richardson, David Smith and Graham Richardson.

In the Winter League on Wednesday the Caballeros travelled to Quesada, also a hard place to go and get points and could only manage a draw on one rink, going down 1 point to 9.

In the Southern League we are into December and a on coldish day the Geckos entertained San Miguel Navajos, they gave us an early advantage with a team short and this was capitalised with 2 good wins and 2 close loses, giving us an 8 points to 4, and 84 to 54 on shots. Top rink was Shiela Whitehall, Eric Bishop and Graham Richardson 26 shots to 9.

In Division B the Panthers travelled to San Luis to play the Tigers, on this occasion they were out played and came away with 2 winning rinks, 4 points to 8, losing by only 1 shot 81 to 82. Best rink was Jayne Storey, Jim Rennie, Kevin Storey 20 shots to 14.

In Division C the Cubs played at home in the afternoon against the Emerald Isle Outlaws, after a poor start they recovered with some fine bowling to win the game 10 points to 2, 102 shots to 76. Top rink was Alvarro De Silva, Dave Banford and Sue King, 20 shots to 11.



Peter Dix