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Final County League Matches

Dorchester concluded their perfect undefeated 15-0 season in County League Division One when they battled to beat Portland Victoria by 11 shots, 50-39 (8- 2) in a match played on Portland. A crucial blow was struck in the penultimate end of the clash between the visitor’s Harry Hovenden, George Aslett, Steve Willsher and skip Steve Lambert-Culling and Portland Vic’s B McLaughlin, C Slade, M Furze and A Carr. Dorchester picked up six shots to give them an eventual winning margin of 22-8 which proved to be the main overall difference between the teams. The County Town’s Phil Lannon, Dave Joslin, Ged Costello and Nick Voss had their work cut out for them as they eventually fought their way to a narrow 19-14 success against P Andrew, C Clark, K Vincent and A Philip. Portland Vic did have a substantial consolation prize as their D Darby, P Honnor, P Moon and M Haylock inflicted only the fourth rink defeat of the season on Dorchester as they won comfortably, 17-9, against Dave Smith, Geoff Ellis, Wayne Garnett and Jamie Lockwood. So ends an incredible season for Dorchester’s top team who can now look forward to playing against the County’s best teams next season in the Championship Division.

Dorchester A have had a mixed season in the same Division but their 58-46 (10-0) victory at home to Wellworthy did enable them to finish with a positive 8-7 record. The home team’s Mike Lay, Colin Lawley, Les Selby and skip Dave Glanville started well against R Thomas, A Goodwin, J Kelly and D Hicks then maintained their form to ease to a 19-13 success. Dorchester’s Gerald Cornick, Roy Fowler, Bill Ford and Alexander Wilson played a strong second half to come from behind against M Tidby, P Beardsley, D Francis and G Smith to finish 21-16 ahead. An even better fightback occurred in the match between the home side’s Robbie Legg, Robbie Jennings, Graham Cockett and Terry Cartwright and Wellworthy’s K Tilyard, B Whitehouse, A Jones and R Burnett. The County Town team came from nine shots down after 14 ends to close out an 18-17 victory by snatching two shots in the final end.

County League West One – 15 August 2022

Dorchester achieved another notable landmark on the back of their latest success in County League West One as their 86-34 (10-0) victory in an away game against Wellworthy pushed them past 1,000 shots scored for the season, 1,077 to be precise. However, the County Town side came within an ace of dropping only their fourth rink of the season as their Dave Smith, Steve Willsher, Martin Pavey and skip Jamie Lockwood clung on against a renascent Wellworthy quartet of M Tidby, J Kelly, D Clark and D Hicks to scrape a 16-15 win. It was much more straightforward for Dorchester’s Harry Hovenden, Phil Lannon, Mick Durant and Martin Puckett as they cantered to a 33-15 victory against B Whitehouse, J Greaterex, D Franks and G Smith, largely on the back of a brace of six shot ends. In the rink played at Dorchester, their George Spracklen, Wayne Garnett, Steve Lambert-Culling and Nick Voss encountered little resistance in their massive 37-4 success.

County League West One 8 August 2022

The seemingly invincible Dorchester team picked up yet another full house of 10 points playing at home to Bridport in County League West One but the overwhelming score of 86-33 doesn’t reflect the tremendous performance of Bridport’s N Morgan, K Brooks, B Shortland and skip C Thorne as they went into their final end all square with the home side’s Phil Lannon, George Aslett, George Spracklen and Ged Costello only to fall at the final hurdle as Dorchester squeaked home 21-19. The other two rinks had more predictable outcomes as the County Town’s Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant, Wayne Garnett and Jamie Lockwood scored relentlessly to finish at 32-7 against B Kenyon, B Rumble, M Smith and P Scott and Dave Smith, Dave Joslin, Martin Pavey and Martin Puckett only allowed C Taylor, D Hoskins, P Tibble and D Smith five singles as they cruised to a 33-5 victory.

Playing Weymouth and Melcombe on the adjoining rinks, Dorchester A did not fare as well, as they lost 53-63 (2-8) with only their Phil Goater, Roger Dobbs, Roy Fowler and Dave Glanville being successful when a late scoring burst took them clear of W&M’s N Ramsey, V Mantle, P Ramsey and P Stafford to close on 25-13. The home team’s John Saunders, Colin Lawley, John Noble and Terry Cartwright fought hard against A Goodey, I Cooper, B Bailey and D Plumpton but the six shots conceded in end six proved too much of a handicap as the visitor’s won nicely by 25-17. After a cagey start, W&M’s K Ashby, R Rutter, C Chatburn and S Baker proved too strong for Bill Ford, Gerald Cornick, Rob Jennings and Graham Cockett as they strolled to a convincing 25-11 win.

County League West One 1 August 2022

It was just another day at the office for Dorchester’s s number one team in their latest County League West One match as they recorded yet another clean sweep, this time by 88-27 at home to Weymouth & Melcombe. Dorchester have already secured their place in the Championship Division for next season and are now looking to finish with an unblemished 15-0 results record.

However, W&M’s F Wilde, I Hansford, P Ramsay and skip S Baker gave the league leaders a real scare when they achieved parity at 12-12 in the eighteenth end in their contest. Typically, though, Dorchester’s Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant, Jamie Lockwood and Nick Voss regrouped and scored nine shots in the final three ends to secure a hard-fought 21-12 win. The home team’s Phil Lannon, George Aslett, George Spracklen and Ged Costello raced into a 10-0 lead against R Rutter, V Mantle, P Stafford and C Chatburn, then held their form to win, comfortably, 25-11. The game between Dorchester’s Dave Smith, Dave Joslin, Martin Pavey and Martin Puckett and W&M’s A Goody, P Emery, B Bailey and D Plumpton proved to be a very one-sided affair with the County Town side winning massively, 42-4, thanks mainly to the 27 unanswered shots scored in the closing nine ends.

County League 18 July 2022

All three Dorchester teams were in action in the latest round of County League fixtures with Dorchester and Dorchester A being in direct competition and Dorchester B playing at home to Sherborne. In the all Dorchester clash, the senior side proved to be far too strong on the day as they powered to a 76-30 success against Dorchester A. In the Division One match between Dorchester’s Dave Smith, Wayne Garnett, Martin Pavey and skip Martin Puckett and the A Team’s Bill Ford, John Saunders, Graham Cockett and Les Selby, the junior side did at least have the satisfaction of scoring eight late unanswered shots which limited the damage to 23-13 win for Dorchester. Dorchester A did keep it tight in the first half of the contest between their Phil Goater, Roy Fowler, Rob Jennings and Dave Glanville and Dorchester’s Phil Lannon, George Aslett, Steve Lambert-Culling and George Spracklen but Dorchester’s first team pulled away after this point and won comfortably 23-9. Dorchester demonstrated their superiority in the clash between their Harry Hovenden, Steve Willsher, Mick Durant and Ged Costello and Robbie Legg, Roger Dobbs, Jamie Roe and Alexander Wilson as they eased to a very comfortable 30-8 success.

Dorchester B’s game against Sherborne in Division Two was a much closer affair with Sherborne claiming a 47-40 (6-4) victory thanks to their 23-8 win in the contest between B Jeanes, D Phillips, D Hart and skip B Malone and Dorchester’s Pat Bickel, Barry Jeans, Barry Hubbard and Bryan Tucker. Otherwise, it was a good night for the County Town side as their John Burton, Peter Elins, Geoff Webber and Geoff Ellis won the last eight ends to catapult themselves to a 14-11 win from a 2-10 deficit playing Sherborne’s C Bowden, C Pope, D Hart and skip P Pullman and Dorchester’s L Edwards, P Bishop, Richard Smith and Colin Weir gained a hard-fought 18-13 victory against M Hyde, G Barratt, J Flynn and R Cody.

County League West Two 4 July 2022

In their latest County League West Two game, Dorchester B travelled to Lyme Regis a man down so bringing back four points in 463/4-62 defeat was an impressive achievement. The three man rink of Pat Bickel, Roy Fowler and Bryan Tucker gained an excellent 25-15 (reduced to 183/4-15) win over J Owens, P Stephens, J Sherring and R Gale thanks to a quick-fire 9-1 start. The County Town Club’s John Burton, Paul Werlemann, Geoff Webber and John Noble then gained a 20-14 success in their clash with C Boyle, J Enticott, A Preece and J Mosely in a game in which the away side pulled away in the second half. Unfortunately for the visitors any hopes of an overall win were dash when Lyme Regis’s S White, B Parsons, R Legg and R Cridge played splendidly to amass a 33-8 victory over John Saunders, David Jones, Richard Smith and Geoff Ellis.

County League West One 4 July 2022

Dorchester carried on with their winning ways in County League West One with another fine performance, this time a clear 84-32 success playing at home to Wellworthy. The away side did have the satisfaction, however, of inflicting only the third rink defeat of the season on Dorchester as their P Thomas, B Hawker, D Clark and skip N Apsey battled splendidly to achieve a 15-12 victory playing Phil Lannon, Dave Joslin, Wayne Garnett and Martin Puckett. Elsewhere, it was business as usual as Ged Costello skipped Harry Hovenden, Steve Willsher and Mick Durant to a massive 40-5 win against M Tidby, D Francis, A Jones and R Burnett. Dave Smith, George Aslett, Martin Pavey and Jamie Lockwood followed suit with an excellent 32-12 victory against J Greatrex, P Boadsey, D Hicks and G Smith following a very close and competitive first 11 ends.

Playing alongside the senior side, Dorchester A fared poorly, with their run of good form being ended by a splendid Bridport performance as they ran out as 64-38 (10-0) victors.

County League West One – 27 June 2022

Dorchester gained another ten points (79-53) at Bridport in their latest County League West One fixture, which took their tally of points to 76 out of a possible 80 and their shot difference to 254 – there is really no doubt that the senior Dorchester side will be back in the Championship next season. However, Team Captain Ged Costello, along with Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant and Wayne Garnett were given an almighty fright in their clash with B Medland, A Hoskins, B Shortland and skip Thorne as the home side snatched seven shots in the final three ends to finish, agonisingly, just one shot adrift at 18-19. Elsewhere it was business as usual with Dorchester’s Ed Smith, Dave Smith, Martin Pavey and Martin Puckett cruising to an emphatic 33-15 victory playing C Taylor, B Taylor, P Scott and D Smith and the County Town’s Steve Willsher, Phil Lannon, Steve Lambert-Cullins and George Spracklen finishing with clear water between themselves and Bridport’s B Kenyon, B Rumble, P Tibble and B Jones at 27-20 despite some late resistance from the home team.

Dorchester A continued their good form in County League Division One by battling to a 57-50 (7-3) success at the home of Weymouth and Melcombe Bowls Club. Team Captain Alexander Wilson lead from the front as he skipped Colin Lawley, Howard King and Jamie Roe to a fine 19-10 victory over A Goodey, P Emery, B Bailey and skip D Plumpton. Dorchester’s Phil Goater, John Noble, Roy Fowler and Graham Cockett had victory snatched from their grasp as the home side’s P Ramsey, R Rutter, P Stafford and C Chatburn took four shots in the final end to take an unlikely 20-18 win. The result of the tussle between the visitor’s Bill Ford, Gerald Cornick, Les Selby and Dave Glanville and W&M’s F Wilde, V Mantle, I Hansford and S Baker came down to the closest of measures on the final end. The decision went in favour of the County Town team enabling them to share the spoils in a 20-20 tie.

County League West One 13 June 2022

In County League Division One, Dorchester continue to look unstoppable as the County Town’s senior side gained another handsome win in their latest fixture, this time seeing off the challenge of Weymouth & Melcombe, at home, by the convincing margin of 85-44 (10-0). However, two of the rink victories were very much in doubt at the 15 end mark. A late effort by the County Town’s Steve Willsher, Phil Lannon, Ed Smith and skip George Spracklen saw them turn a two shot deficit into a clear 26-17 victory against F Wilde, V Mantle, I Hansford and S Baker. The home team managed an even more remarkable change in fortunes in the clash between their Dave Smith, George Aslett, Martin Pavey and Jamie Lockwood and the visitor’s A Goodey, P Emery, B Bailey and D Plumpton. From a position of parity at 15-15 after fifteen ends, Dorchester surged to a 34-15 win, scoring no less then nineteen shots in the final six ends. Elsewhere, the home team’s Harry Hovenden, Dave Joslin, Mick Durant and Martin Puckett took an early 12 shot advantage playing R Rutter, F Amery, P Stafford and C Chatburn then coasted to a comfortable 25-12 success.

In the same league, Dorchester A took on Portland Victoria, this time in a game played on Portland. Although suffering an overall 52-57 (3-7) defeat, the visitor’s did have the satisfaction of gaining a tight 23-19 victory on Team Captain Alexander Wilson’s rink and Terry Cartwright and Co. did well to gain a valuable point in their 18-18 tie.

County League West One 6 June 2022

The latest round of County League West One matches featured a top of the table clash between the marauding Dorchester senior team and their nearest rivals, Dorchester A. Dorchester did manage a clear 69-45 (8-2) victory but Dorchester A did have the satisfaction of gaining a fine rink win. Phil Goater, Graham Cockett, Les Selby and skip Dave Glanville did the trick for Dorchester A as they won the final four ends to finish 23-19 ahead of Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant, Wayne Garnett and Ged Costello. The contest between Dorchester’s Steve Willsher, George Aslett, Phil Lannon and Steve Lambert-Culling and the A team’s Robbie Legg, John Noble , Jamie Roe and Alexander Wilson was hard-fought in the opening exchanges but Dorchester then pulled away steadily to close with a healthy 22-11 margin. The other game saw Dorchester’s Dave Smith, Dave Joslin, Ed Smith and Martin Pavey win very comfortably 28-11 against the A team’s Mike Lay, Howard King, Dennis Wright and Terry Cartwright thanks largely to the 14 shots accumulated in ends eight to eleven.

County League West One – 30 May 2022

Dorchester continued their seemingly inexorable progress back to Championship bowling when their latest success – a tremendous 74-37(10-0) win on the tricky Portland Victoria green – took them well clear at the top of County League West One having amassed 48 points out of 50 in their first five fixtures. Two of the rink contests were, however, competitive affairs. Portland Victoria’s P Andrew, R Honnor, F George and skip K Vincent were level at 6-6 after nine ends playing D Smith, Phil Lannon, Martin Pavey and Jamie Lockwood but the visitors then pulled clear to finish with a 22-13 win. Almost identically, the County Town team of Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant, Ged Costello and skip Steve Lambert-Culling were just two shots ahead of P Cheater, C Clark, P Moon and M Haylock after nine ends before they, too, went away from their opposition to claim a fine 22-14 success. The final contest saw Dorchester gain a straightforward victory with Steve Willsher, Dave Joslin, Wayne Garnett and skip Martin Puckett coasting to a 30-10 win playing B McLaughlin, D Darby, C Slade and A Carr.

Dorchester A also had a successful evening as they maintained their second position in the same league with another fine victory, this time a 66-48 (8-2) success at home to Wellworthy. Dorchester A’s Graham Cockett, Roger Dobbs, Les Selby and skip Dennis Wright virtually guaranteed overall victory for their side as they amassed a superb 32-10 win playing M Tidby, B Whitehouse, B Hawkes and G Smith. The home side then somehow snatched a last-end 19-18 success from a position of 4-15 in arrears as their John Saunders, Gerald Cornick, Roy Fowler and Alexander Wilson launched a fighting comeback against K Tilyard, J Greatrex, D Clark and D Hicks. Wellworthy gained some deserved solace when their R Thomas,J Kelly, A Jones and N Apsey staged their own superb rear-guard action to gain a 20-15 victory from a position of eight shots adrift to Bill Ford, Colin Lawley, Rob Jennings and Dave Glanville.

County League West Two

Dorchester B kick-started their season in County League West Two, gaining consecutive hard-fought victories in their latest matches. At home to Lyme Regis, Dorchester’s Dave Bonnett, Barry Jeanes, Barry Hubbard and skip Colin Weir withstood a late challenge from J Owen, P Stephens, J Sherring and R Gale to snatch an excellent 16-15 win. The County Town side won another tight tussle when their P Bickel, P Werleman, Tom Baldwin and Peter Barnes scored five shots in the penultimate end to enable them to finish 19-13 ahead playing J Maslen, P Fortnam, K Barnes and J Moseley. Dorchester’s hopes of a clean sweep were thwarted when Lyme Regis succeeded in holding on to gain a 15-11 success in the contest between the visitor’s R Legg, B Parsons, J Morris and R Cridge and Dorchester's John Burton, David Jones, Mike Wilkin and Geoff Ellis. However, Dorchester still finished with an excellent overall 46-43 (8-2) win.

In their next match, Dorchester B travelled to the Portland Borstal Officer’s ground for an always difficult away fixture. However, the trip proved very worthwhile as the visitors gained three narrow rink victories to finish with a satisfying 56-45 (10-0) success. Dorchester Team Captain Dave Bonnett showed the way as he led Barry Jeanes, Gordon Ayers and Colin Weir to a superb 24-18 victory playing A Whyte, M Doggerell, D Prowse and C Stevens. The away team carried on the good work as their John Burton, Geoff Webber, David Jones and Geoff Ellis withstood late Portland pressure to gain a satisfying 16-13 win playing L Leggett, S Armstrong, G Meades and skip A Welsh. Another tight tussle saw Portland’s R Sharp, N Butler, T Errington and N Hall just fail to overcome an 11 shot deficit as Dorchester’s Pat BIckell, Peter Werlemann, Harry Burden and Peter Barnes clung on to win 16-14.

Percy Baker Roundup

It’s the half-way point in all four Percy Baker West Leagues and it’s been a mixed bag for all five Dorchester teams, although each of the teams gained useful points with fine performances in their latest games. In West One, Dave Glanville’s squad find themselves in second place on twelve points despite only winning one of their first four games, Typically, they battled to a two-shot rink victory in a 25-36 (2-4) defeat at Greenhill in their latest contest. Dave Bonnett’s team are showing improved form, having climbed to third place in West Four with two consecutive wins including a very impressive 57-25 (6-0) over Bridport in their latest match. In West Three, Ray Bowden’s team are in second-bottom position, however their latest outing gave them an excellent 46-33 (4-2) win against Lyme Regis. The two Dorchester teams playing in West Two occupy the bottom two positions in this League despite each having accumulated a respectable ten points from their first five fixtures. In their latest games Dorchester A gained three points in an competitive tie with Greenhill and Dorchester B brought home two points from a difficult fixture away to Wellworthy.

County League West One – 23 May 2022

Both Dorchester County League West One sides tasted success in their latest fixtures as the Club’s senior side – Dorchester- had a comfortable 62-39 win away to Wellworthy and Dorchester A travelled to Bridport and gained a knife-edged 55-54 (8-2) success to continue their improved form this season.

Dorchester’s victory was by no means as straightforward as the score-line would suggest although their George Aslett, Steve Lambert Culling, George Spracklen and skip Nick Voss gave them every chance of victory as they secured a clear 26-13 victory playing B Thorne, J Kelly, A Jones and D Hicks. There was never much between the away team’s Ed Smith, Dave Smith, Martin Pavey and Jamie Lockwood and Wellworthy’s M Tidby, A Goodwin, D Whitehouse and N Apsey until Dorchester snatched four shots at the final end to ease to a 19-13 success. Similarly, Dorchester Team Captain Ged Costello led Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant, and Wayne Garnett to a tight 17-13 win over J Greatrex, D Francis, D Clark and G Smith in a match which was level after 14 ends.

At Bridport, Dorchester’s Robbie Legg, Rob Jennings, Jamie Roe and Team Captain Alexander Wilson were left clinging on by their fingertips to snatch a thrilling 17-16 victory as the final end triple scored by B Medland, K Brookes, B Shortland and skip C Thorne almost upset the Dorchester applecart. In the match-up between the travelling team’s Phil Goater, Roy Fowler, John Noble and Dave Glanville and Bridport’s P Scott, B Rumble, B Jones and M Solomon, the home team were rewarded for their fight back this time as their four shots scored in the final two ends were just enough to see them home, 18-16. Dorchester were looking fairly comfortable in their quest for an overall victory as their Mike Lay, Graham Cockett, Howard King and Dennis Wright were ten shots clear with only three ends remaining but dogged Bridport resistance saw them score five shots in these ends to leave the County Town side a with a tight 22-14 rink win and that one shot overall success.

County League West One – 16 May 2022

Both Dorchester teams playing in County League West 1 played at home in their latest matches and both took full advantage of this with Dorchester gaining a handsome victory over Bridport 62-37 (8-2) and Dorchester A edging to a 56-54 (7-3) win playing Weymouth & Melcombe.

Dorchester’s two rink wins were both comfortable affairs with George Spracklen leading his team of Steve Willsher, Phil Lannon, and Steve Lambert-Culling to a splendid 26-9 success against P Scott, B Rumble, B Jones and skip M Solomon and the home team’s Ed Smith, Ged Costello, Martin Pavey and Jamie Lockwood finishing with a 21-10 advantage – after a slow start – playing C Taylor, P Tibble, C Langdon and D Smith. There was an upset in the final clash as Bridport’s B Medland, K Brooks, B Shortland and skip B Thorpe started very strongly in their contest with George Aslett, Dave Joslin, Martin Puckett and Wayne Garnett then maintained their form to gain a splendid 18-15 success for Bridport.

Dorchester A’s game with Weymouth & Melcombe consisted of three close match-ups. The home side’s Phil Goater, Les Selby, Howard King and Terry Cartwright maintained a slim advantage throughout in their game with A Goodey, V Mantle, B Bailey and D Plumpton and finished with a well-contested 21-16 advantage. Similarly, W&M’s B Rutter, P Ramsey, P Stafford and C Chatburn just scraped home 16-19 playing Mike Lay, Gerald Cornick, Jamie Roe and Dave Glanville. The final bout was the closest of them all as W&M’s N Ramsey, P Emery, F Chapman and S Baker fought back well from seven shots down to snatch a single at the final end which gave them a tie 19-19 with Dorchester’s John Saunders, Graham Cockett, John Noble and skip Dennis Wright.

 

County League West One – 9 May 2022

It was double delight for both Dorchester teams playing in County League West One in their second fixtures of the season as they each negotiated tricky games to gain excellent points. Dorchester faced Weymouth & Melcombe at the sea-siders home ground, always a tricky proposition, especially with a rather understrength Dorchester team on duty. W&M ran the County Town side close on two of the rinks but Dorchester team captain Ged Costello guided John Burton, Dave Joslin and Wayne Garnett to a solid 18-12 victory playing A Goodley, V Mantle, B Bailey and D Plumpton and Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant, Steve Lambert-Culling and skip George Spracklen pulled away nicely in the later stages of the match to close with a fine 16-10 success against F Wilde, P Ramsey, P Stafford and C Chatburn. George Aslett, Geoff Ellis, Jamie Lockwood and skip Nick Voss had a more comfortable evening as they ran out 23-11 winners playing N Ramsey, P Emery, I Hansford and skip S Barker which all gave Dorchester an impressive 57-33 (10-0) overall victory.

Dorchester A almost followed suit in their home match against Portland Victoria but the visitor’s D Darby, P Honner, P Moon and skip M Haylock scored an incredible seven shots in the final end to overtake Dorchester A’s John Saunders, Gerald Cornick, Les Selby and Dave Glanville and score an unlikely 22-17 win. Fortunately for Dorchester A, Terry Cartwright, along with Phil Goater, Graham Cockett and Roy Fowler scored heavily in the final few ends to achieve a 24-14 success against P Cheater, S Scourfield, C Slade and skip M Furze and the home side’s Robbie Legg, Roger Dobbs, Jamie Roe and team Captain Alexander Wilson held off the challenge of P Andrew, F George, C Clarke and skip T Vincent to win 19-13. All of this gave Dorchester A a deserved 60-49 (8-2) victory.

County League West One – 02 May 2022

There was an all Dorchester clash in the first round of matches in Bowls Dorset West Division One. The County Town’s top team – known simply as Dorchester - has benefitted from an influx of top class players and Team Manager Ged Costello is very hopeful of seeing his side win Division One and so return to the Championship Division for next season. Judging by this match, Costello’s optimism is well founded. Dorchester A are themselves a stronger side this season but they were out-bowled on all three rinks as the senior side coasted to an 85-31 victory. Dorchester’s Ed Smith, George Aslett, Nick Voss and skip Jamie Lockwood scored heavily in the last five ends of their clash with Colin Lawley, Rob Jennings, Howard King and skip Alexander Wilson to finish with a resounding 31-12 success. Dorchester A fared no better in the other two contests as Dorchester’s Harry Hovenden, Mick Durant, Steve Lambert-Culling and George Spracklen ran out as 27-9 victors against Robbie Legg, Mike Lay, Dennis Wright and Terry Cartwright and Steve Willsher, Dave Joslin, Wayne Garnett and skip Ged Costello coasted to a comfortable 27-10 win playing Dorchester A’s Bill Ford, John Noble, Les Selby and Dave Glanville.