Tetley B are out of reach in final week

Tetley B are out of reach in final week

Tetley B are out of reach in final week

First published in Sport

TWO titles have been secured are two more are to be decided in the final round of Warrington and North Cheshire Bowls Asociation Knox and Son Friday League matches.

Tetley B have won Section B following their 10-4 win over Woolston A. John Bramhall and John Bradshaw shared the sweep with 21-6 cards, while Steve Gilfedder replied with 21-15.

Rylands A clinched the runners-up spot with a 12-2 victory over Stag A, where Stuart McIntyre, 21-2, and Alan Brettle, 21-4, took the pats on the back. John Howson replied with a 21-16 win.

GESM A recorded an 8-7 success at St Oswalds B, with Mick Cartwright the star performer with 21-10. John Bradbury and Neil Dolan responded with 21-9 cards.

Viaduct secured the Section C title despite suffering a 10-4 loss at Padgate T&BC. Ken Rawlinson, 21-4, and Steven Brown, 21-9, helped to chop down the champions.

Wins from Craig Taylor, 21-1, and Ken Taylor, 21-3, helped Monks Hall defeat Penketh BC 9-5.

Orford WM B dumped Woolston B 11-4. Leading roles were played by Joe Shaw, 21-6, and Alan Bruce, 21-7.

Following their bye week, Section A leaders Golborne CMC are just one win away from taking the title.

St.Oswalds A defeated Orford WM A to keep the pressure on.

King and Queen A scored a 262-142 win at Crosfields A, where Brendan Brady, 21-1, and Dave Twigg, 21-3, stunned opponents.

Martin Deakin, 21-8, helped Tetley A defeat Grange A 252-229.

Penketh Tavern head Section D after defeating Monk Sports A 10-5. Glen Herriott stood out with 21-9, while Chris Adams took the home sweep, 21-5.

Third placed Tetley C reduced the gap to second placed Rylands B defeating them 10-4, with Colin McAlinden, 21-10, and Tony McCarron, 21-11, the best winners.

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