Triples all set for action at Bungay

This Sunday Bungay Bowls Club is pleased to welcome Bungay-based Jacobs Kitchens and Bedrooms of St Mary's Street as new sponsors of their President's Shield three-wood triples tournament.

This Sunday Bungay Bowls Club is pleased to welcome Bungay-based Jacobs Kitchens and Bedrooms of St Mary's Street as new sponsors of their President's Shield three-wood triples tournament.

Organiser Ian Gosling has succeeded in attracting 24 triples to this first tournament of the club's season, including the winning entrants for the last three seasons - John Knights (Aldeby, 2008), Trevor Wright (Caxton, 2007) and Brian Pryke (Trimley, 2006).

Also back are six of the last nine top four finalists who will be trying to take the shield away from John's triple.

The hosting club is well represented with entries from Tony Murphy, Peter Nunn, Jim Reid, Peter Rix, Ann Swanston, David Ward and Peter Webster.


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Qualifying matches start at 9am with the finals starting around 5pm. Spectators are welcome and refreshments will be served from the club's pavilion throughout the day.

On the Bank Holiday Saturday the club staged their annual Parravani's Ice Cream Charity Cup competition which attracted an encouraging 32 members of the club who rallied to the cause and raised �100 for the Big C Charity.

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After two of the games the triple of Richard Allen, James Gosling and Jimmy Caplin held a two-shot lead over Richard Tuthill, David Fairhead and Peter Nunn with Geoffery Went, David Sheppard and Barry Langton a further two shots behind.

Despite the Allen/Gosling/ Caplin triple winning their last game 9-5 the Tuthill/Nunn/Fairhead triple won 14-2 against Geoffery's triple to claim the cup by

three shots.

Players enjoyed a buffet prepared by Judy Gosling and the winners received their prizes from Paul and Sharon Parravani. Club chairman Dominic Belisario thanked Judy and her team for the excellent refreshments and Ian Gosling for organising the afternoon's events, as well as Paul and Sharon for their support over the years.

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