North Cambs County EBF men played their second game of the season away against North Essex with a win for the Adams team.
Adams: Radwinter BC won 181–162 shots, 18–4 points. R Barr, F Howard, R Allen 40 – M Grimwood 23 (spoons); P Bennett, E Clarke, R Fowler 35 – M Harvey 21; R Croxford, S Engledow, R Jackson 21 – G Smith 34; P Cross, D Saunders, M Hartopp 16 – R Searle 37; A Hailes, J Ivatt, I Lawson 33 – Gooderham 24; C Wright, D Stanton, A Klien 36 – G Rowlan 23. Newton: Haverhill BC lost 159 – 183 shots, 4 – 18 points; A Overton, P Ridley, M Joyce 20 - D Jewell 35; G Tyler, K Stammers, L Smith 12 – J Senior 36; D Mann, J Reddon, T Toizzi 45 – R Farram 18 (spoons) ; J Allenson, K Cole, M Oliver 40 - B Moore 24 ; C Waling, R Hayen-Haime, D Thorpe 20 - E Kiddle 37 ; A Clarke, B Atkins, D Turner 22 - P Longstaff 32.
The next game is Saturday v Northants, Adams: Downham Market Ex-Services BC; and Newton: St Lawrence BC.
l CMB BC held their annual Baz Isley and Past Members Memorial Trophy match at their Railway Road green this weekend.
The match is a drawn triples game of six ends singles, six pairs and triples with the winning team scoring the most shots. Winners for 2014 were Tim White, Trudy Bennett and Andy Garlick.