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Northants bowlers draw a blank again in national finals

Putting the two team events for executive officers to one side, Northants bowlers competing in the individual portion of the English Bowling Federation national indoor finals at Newark endured another title drought.

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Whittlesey couple Tony and Rita Mace have the rare distinction of being Northants Bowling Federation presidents in the same year.

Peterborough seniors take the title with help from Whittlesey

After a Cambs League title race that had more twists and turns than a corkscrew over the final weeks, the Peterborough senior men’s team have been crowned champions - with a little assistance from near neighbours Whittlesey.

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Northants Bowling Federation president Tony Mace pictured with the Eversley Trophy the county won at Newark on Sunday. He is flanked by the successful team (left to right): Cliff Watson, Richard Montgomery, Graham Agger, Malcolm Squires, Dick Noble, Les Sharp.

Another Eversley Trophy win for the Northants men’s team

Although the English Bowling Federation national indoor finals don’t start in earnest until next week, Northants bowlers have already put their name on the roll of honour by winning the men’s Eversley Trophy at Newark on Sunday.

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Winners Nicky Brett (right) and Lewis Baker (centre) with their National Indoor Pairs trophy.

NATIONAL INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Fifth title for Brett

Yaxley’s Nicky Brett won his fifth pairs title at the National Indoor Championships in Melton Mowbray yesterday (March 30).

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Chloe Brett.

City seniors keep their title push going

The Peterborough senior men’s team continued their push for Cambs League honours with another maximum 10-point haul.

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Martyn Dolby won two finals.

Double delight for Dolby and Ford at county championships

Martyn Dolby and Chris Ford both completed title doubles at the Northants Bowling Federation indoor finals held at Stamford IBC on Sunday, which followed hat-tricks 12 months ago.

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Martyn Dolby (left) and Stephen Harris.

Brett trumped again on World Tour by Scotland ace Anderson

World number one Nicky Brett from Yaxley once again found Scotland’s Stewart Anderson his nemesis in the last World Bowls Tour event of the season.

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Bowls news from the Peterborough Telegraph www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport

A sad loss for local and national bowls

Bowlers locally and nationally are mourning the death at the weekend after a long illness of John Dickenson, a life member of both the English Bowling Federation and the Northants Bowling Federation.

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Tristan Morton provided some fireworks.

Northants miss out on a place in the Derbyshire Trophy final

Northants’ hopes of reaching the English Bowling Federation’s Derbyshire Trophy indoor inter-county final have been dashed.

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Shirley Suffling is through to the Northants county singles final.

Thirteen could turn out to be Northants’ lucky number

Northants’ chance of qualifying for the final of the English Bowling Federation’s Derbyshire Trophy indoor inter-county championship are balanced on a knife edge.

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Mick Duell in action.

Northants are closing in on the final

Northants Bowling Federation have their sights trained on only a third ever appearance in the final of the Derbyshire Trophy, the national inter-county indoor championship.

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Derek King.

King dethroned early in county championships

The Northants Bowling Federation indoor competitions are under way with early exits for both the defending singles champions.

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Nicky Brett.

INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Brett loses world crown to super Scot

Nicky Brett’s dreams of retaining the Just World indoor singles title turned into something of a nightmare in today’s (January 27) quarter-finals at the Potters Resort in Norfolk.

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Trevor Collins.

Clubs need lots more helpers to work behind the scenes

An appeal for more bowlers to get involved in the county administration was made at Friday’s annual meeting of Huntingdonshire Bowls at Sawtry.

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Nicky Brett.

WORLD INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Brett given a scare by 71 year-old opponent

Defending world indoor singles champion Nicky Brett survived a major scare against 71 year-old Scottish qualifier Charles Bence in the second round in Norfolk today (January 25).

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Nicky Brett.

WORLD INDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Another crown for number one Brett

Nicky Brett has completed a full set of World Indoor Championship titles available to him at Potters Resort.

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Nicky Brett.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Brett safely through the first round

Nicky Brett came safely through the first round of the men’s singles at the Just Retirement World Indoor Championships yesterday (January 23).

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Nicky Brett (right) receives the World Bowls Tours Players Player of the Year award from Potters Resort managing director John Potter.

Local ace Brett wins three of the world’s top indoor trophies

Local bowler Nicky Brett picked up three trophies at the World Bowls Tour annual awards ceremony held as the curtain-raiser to the start of the Just World Indoor Championships at Potters Resort on Saturday.

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World champion Nicky Brett.

Brett says he’s totally relaxed ahead of his world title defence

Nicky Brett bids to join an exclusive club of bowling legends when he sets off to the Potters Resort in Norfolk this weekend ready to defend the Just World indoor singles title.

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Steve Holt (second right), the Magpas director of fundraising, is pictured receiving a cheque for �760 from Peter Bavisters widow Margaret ,who was accompanied by (left to right) Peters sister Rita Mace, daughter Sue Welsford and son-in-law and club president Martin Welsford.

Whittlesey Manor raise more money for Magpas

Whittlesey Manor bowlers handed over a cheque for £760 to Magpas Air Ambulance, the medical emergency charity, the proceeds coming from the Peter Bavister Memorial Charity triples event held towards the end of the season.

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