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Photo of Fiery Jacks, leaders of division 2. Mike Berry, Ian Crossland, Mick Walker. Fiery Jacks have scored 263 points from 12 games played.



Pellon (David Agnew, Mark Bolton, David Gowing, Keith Barker) have made a remarkable recovery in Division 1 of Halifax Bowling Club’s winter league. In their latest game they were up against another relegation threatened team Lindley (Richard Saunders, Paul Cooney, Mark Sykes, Peter Hopkinson). Lindley finished third last winter season but this season have not achieved their usual success.  In their latest game Lindley found themselves out bowled by Pellon, as Agnew, Bolton and Gowing all registered wins with Barker losing 21-20 to Hopkinson as Pellon ran out 22-13 winners.


This latest win for Pellon has moved them up the league table into 5th place with 199 points from their 12 games played. Their star player has been Mark Bolton, who has won 7 consecutive games.


Moving into the “danger zone” in the Division is Four Play (Dave Russell, Keith Hanson, Derek Williamson, Ray Clegg). They suffered a 21-11 defeat at the hands of old rivals Mavericks (Jason Greenwood, Peter Krenc, Steve Holmes, Eric McGinnis).Only Russell scored a win for Four Play as he beat Greenwood 21-16. McGinnis and Krenc had outstanding wins against Clegg and Hanson. In their latest game Four Play faced champions elect Clayhouse and were beaten 24-9.


After 12 games Four Play are now in the relegation “zone”, with 187 points from 12 games played.  Lindley are third from bottom with 192 points.


In Division 2 bottom teams Halifax “Extra” (Kath Webster, Chris Lindsay, John Crowson, Steve Webster) and Halifax Ladies (Mavis Walker, Ann Oates, Lynda Canning, Ann Ranton) registered their best results of the season. Halifax “Extra” beat Kingston ( Jack Shaw, Stuart Sykes, Roger Grey, Steve Clifford) 19-12 with wins by Kath and Steve Webster and Crowson. Sykes was Kingston’s lone winner with a 21-6 win against Lindsay.


Halifax Ladies (Lynda Canning, Mavis Walker, Ann Oates, Ann Ranton) had two winners against Blue Sox (Elspeth Hartley, Avril Humberstone, Neil Dickie, Peter Grant). Oates, registered her first win of the season with a 21-9 success against Humberstone and Canning beat Dickie 21-8. For Blue Sox Hartley and Grant were successful with wins against Walker and Ranton. The sides finished level at 14 points each.


In her next game for Halifax Ladies, Oates produced her best performance of the season against Fiery Jacks’ Mark Berry. She found herself 13-0 down but a superb recovery saw her take the game 21-20. Fiery Jacks (Berry, Bradford, Mick Walker, Ian Crossland) moved 10 points clear at the top of the table with this 22-10 win.


Peter Grant and Peter Gregory starred for Blue Sox (Grant , Gregory, Elspeth Hartley, Neil Dickie) as they registered wins over Julie Best and Linda Gledhill as Simply the Best (Best, Gledhill, Linda Carter, Julie Mallinson) were restricted to a 17-16 win.


Fiery Jacks lead the table with 263 points from 12 games played and Simply the Best are 10 points behind. Unbelieveabowl have moved into the 3rd spot 3 points ahead of Tykes on 212 points.









Lindley 13  Pellon 22


Four Play 11  Mavericks 21


Rabbits Revenge 17  Strollers 14


Clayhouse 20  Whirls Wizards 10


Whirls Wizards 22  Pellon 16


Strollers 11 Mavericks 22


Rabbits Revenge 13  Lindley 21


Four Play 9  Clayhouse 24





Unbelieveabowl 15  Simply the Best 20


Fiery Jacks 18  Tykes 15


Halifax Ladies 14  Blue Sox 14


Kingston 12  Halifax “Extra”


Kingston 8  Unbelievable 24


Blue Sox 16  Simply the Best 17


Fiery Jacks 22  Halifax Ladies 10


Halifax “Extra” 11  Tykes 19