Sewards End are carpet bowls champions

PUBLISHED: 08:44 24 August 2018 | UPDATED: 08:44 24 August 2018

Sewards End Carpet Bowls Club's Mike Rushmer, Colin Lord, Amy Green, Tony Lye, Dave Wallis, Bob Rayne, David Everest, Ann Harriman and Helen Tucker celebrate their success

Sewards End Carpet Bowls Club's Mike Rushmer, Colin Lord, Amy Green, Tony Lye, Dave Wallis, Bob Rayne, David Everest, Ann Harriman and Helen Tucker celebrate their success

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Sewards End Carpet Bowls Club were crowned Essex Summer Singles champions earlier this month.

Having won the North West division by 12 points from Braintree, they met the other two winners at Great Saling Millenium Hall.

And after Sewards End, Feering and Dedham had all scored nine points, they were announced as winners thanks to a superior shot count of 159-148-122.

After the 2017/18 Winter Championship success, it caps a memorable season for the club, which meets at Sewards End village hall on Mondays (7.30pm).

*Great Chesterford Bowls Club held their annual house triples tournament on Sunday.

Convincing winners on the day were Clive Cassidy, Tony Hardy and Graham Schneider, with Colin Brand, Martyn Linwood and Colin Mount finishing as runners-up.

As the season draws to a close the club will be holding their finals day on September 1 (2pm) with all spectators welcome to come along and watch.

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