Franche pile on the pressure after win

First published in Sport

FRANCHE piled on the pressure at the top of Division One in the Kidderminster and District Midweek Bowling League this week, they beat their nearest rivals St Johns A by 19 shots. These two teams are now in line to take first and second place in the league leadership crown.

Kinver B had a mighty 65 shot win on their home green against Ombersley A while Bewdley A were also successful in Stourport beating SW Warriors by 15 shots.

In week 16 of the season, Franche D also maintain their position at the top of Division Two with a win at Bewdley.

Cookley A had a very successful week with a substantial 52 shots win at home against Stourport D.

Kinver C were the giant killers at the top Division Three, beating the division leaders Oldington C by three shots on the Kinver green.

Cookley D also had a successful week with a 27 shots home win.

There was great success at Stourport where the C team triumphed at home by 64 shots against Little Lakes.

Franche C and Kinver A are still battling it out at the top of Division Four.

Franche C had a resounding home win while Kinver A took a 19 shots away win from Ombersley B.

Rain played havoc with the Thursday League these games will be rearranged.

Results - Division One: SW Royal Ord B 116 v Bewdley A 131; Franche 142 v St Johns A 123; Kinver B 147 v Ombersley A 82; St Johns Tomk 102 v St Ambrose B 126.

Division Two: Royal Mail 124 v Oldington B 118; Cookley A 145 v Stourport D 93; St Johns B 139 v Bewdley C 108; Bewdley B 112 v Franche D 142.

Division Three: St Ambrose RO A 117 v Wolverley C 133; Cookley D135 v St Johns c 108; Kinver C 121 v Oldington C 118; Stourport c 150 v Little Lakes 86.

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