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Dunluce continue to lead the way

Thursday, 19 January 2017

Dunluce continue to lead the way thumbnailEddie Armstrong keeps tabs on Dermot Mullan during the Dunloy Presbyterian Church Indoor Bowling competition.

WITH all of the top four teams winning their matches last week it's as you were at the top of Division One of the North West Indoor Bowling League.
Dunluce are still top with two-and-a-half points to spare from second placed Loughanreagh with the Marian and St. Colman's fighting for third spot. In the Dunloy Presbyterian versus Dunluce match the visitors won all four games but three of the games were very close and it took a good win from Barry Kane (Dunluce) to put the result beyond doubt.
Loughanreagh were at home to Ballinrees and they started off very well with Ian Ross outscoring Victor Millen (Ballinrees) to win the first point.
Nigel Gamble made it two up at the break with a 12 shots to five win against Leslie Mcintyre (Ballinrees). Alistair Steele continued the trend for Loughanreagh when he won his game with William Calvin (Ballinrees). It was left to Andrew Kelly to get Ballinreees's only point with a four shot win over Alan Irwin (Loughanreagh).
In the Kilrea derby game the Marian earned the bragging rights with a convincing win against 2nd. Kilrea. 2nd. Kilrea were out of the blocks first with Graham Wilson beating Jim Martin (Marian). The game was all square at half time when Aidan Cassley (Marian) got the better of David Paul (2nd. Kilrea). In the second half, wins from both William McCaw and Brian McAlary (Marian) over Ivan Smyth and Nicky McCaw (2nd. Kilrea) respectively gave the home team six points.

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