Boston & District Bowls Leagues
The two-woods got underway this week with wins in Division One for Woodhall Town 87-76 at home to Kirton, Burton House A 87-55, who were away at Boston West End, and a close match between Bicker and Sleaford Road, with Bicker coming out on top 72-67 although the points were shared 6-6.
In Division Two, Sibsey began their campaign with an away win 77-66 at Forbes Road, securing 10 of the 12 points. Meanwhile there was a very close result between Jubillee Park and Wigtoft, with Wigtoft winning 78-74 and also securing eight of the 12 points.
The biggest margin of the week was the win for Boston Bowls Club 77-42 who were at home to Forbes Road in Division One. Boston secured 10 of the available 12 points.
Burton House A also ran out convincing winners by 81-52 at home to Boston West End B with K. Porter, C. Box and G. Porter getting 31 shots in their match. Burton House were awarded eight of the 12 points.
Sibsey ran out 77-52 winners in their home fixture against Kirton and, finally, there was a closer match with Castle beating Wigtoft 63-56.
In Division Two, Woodhall Spa B ran out winners 77-58 in their away fixture at Sibsey B and gained 11 of the 12 points. Boston West end also secured an away win 79-50 at Swineshead and also cleared the board, winning all 12 points.
The three-wood nine-player league saw an emphatic win for Billinghay, 79-30 at home to Forbes Road, with all three triples gaining in excess of 25 shots. Billinghay naturally also won all 10 available points.
Billinghay played Freiston B but on this occasion they were on the losing side, 36-62.
The closest match of the week saw Boston Park narrowly beat Kirton 47-45. Boston Park secured 7 of the 10 points.
In the Shipstones Cup first round, Goodfellowship ran out winners of their first cup fixture, 73-37 against Sibsey.