This event has been cancelled.
Town entertained Marldon for a Friendly Match and were again pipped at the post, losing by 53 shots to 62. On Keith Brayne’s rink a very close match was played but 5 shots in the last 2 ends gave the home side the edge as they won by 4 shots. In a seesaw match on John Yeabsley’s rink a 2-9 … Read More
Town played at Totnes in the 1st leg of the Summers Trophy. This was a very close contest with the home side winning by 2 shots on the final end, 58-60. So Town have a great chance of winning the trophy in the return leg in August. Keith Baston’s rink was always in control as they took an 8 shot … Read More
Town’s 2nd half blues manifested themselves again in this double header. 3 rinks contributed to the South Devon Mixed Bowling League whilst 4 rinks made up the 1st leg of the cup competition between the sides. Town was only 1 shot down, 31-32, at half time but they lost the plot in the 2nd half as Park won 48-92. The … Read More
Kingsbridge Town remembered their Secretary, Tim Lewis, on Saturday. The afternoon was programmed to be Captain’s Day but Captain Keith Brayne and wife Sandra organised an event in memory of Tim with all the proceeds going to Tim’s nominated charity, Devon Air Ambulance. A spider was held where all players bowl at the same time to a central jack. This … Read More
Town finally broke their duck when they travelled to Stoke Fleming for a Friendly Match. In the last 2 matches, Town have thrown leads away and history nearly repeated itself. Town was 39-25 up at half time but the match was only decided on the final end, as the visitors won by 71 shots to 69. On Keith Baston’s rink, … Read More
On Sunday, Town travelled to Buckfastleigh for their 3rd away match in the South Devon Mixed Bowling League, hoping to open their account in the points table. Despite taking a 22-14 lead into the break history repeated itself as they lost by 36-41. The damage was done on Keith Baston’s rink where a lead of 8-6 after 11 ends was … Read More
Kingsbridge Town entertained Victoria from Torquay on Saturday. Having lost 3 matches on the road, Town was hoping for a change in fortune for their 1st home match of the season. Things looked good at half time as Town held a 33-24 lead but Victoria were rejuvenated by the tea and fought back in the 2nd half to take the … Read More
Unfortunately, this match was postponed as the green was waterlogged in parts due to heavy overnight rain on top of the weekend’s deluge.
Town’s inexperience on artificial surfaces was again showed up when they travelled to Ipplepen on Saturday in the South Devon Mixed Bowling League. This was a new venue for Town and they were caught cold as the home side ran up a 14-39 advantage by the break and it got worse in the 2nd half as they lost by 26-97. … Read More