Park sign off in style

PLASHET PARK ended the season in style as they won their final two league matches. In the penultimate league game against North Greenwich, it was another close win for Plashet. Rink one, skipped by Cliff Dye, with George Davies, Ken Carter, Reg Evett had

PLASHET PARK ended the season in style as they won their final two league matches.

In the penultimate league game against North Greenwich, it was another close win for Plashet. Rink one, skipped by Cliff Dye, with George Davies, Ken Carter, Reg Evett had a bad middle session losing eight ends, but recovered, winning four of the last ends. They still however lost 25-14.

Rink two, skipped by Harry Morley with George Gale, Ernie Bloe and Frank Adams, made up for that loss by clobbering their opponents 27-12.

On rink three, skipper Peter Chilkes, with Eric Rooney, Barry Menzies and Ted King also had a hiccup in the middle session, but a late rally saw them win six of the last seven ends to close the gap, losing 20-18 to Greenwich.


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However, with such a big win on rink two, Plashet won the day 59-57.

In the final league game of the season, Plashet won overall due to Poplar failing to field two full rinks and having to sacrifice 25 per cent of their score.

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Plashet were skipped on rink one by Harry Morley, with Reg Evett, George Davies and Peter Chilkes supporting. A disappointing middle section found the team always chasing the game which was lost 14.25-9.

Rink two, skipped by John Cooper with George Gale, Ken Carter and Mike Mullinder made a slow start, but stepped up their game in the middle section to pull alongside Poplar only to see them pull away in the last few ends with the Tower Hamlets side winning 23-16.

Rink three, skipped by Alan Hogwood, with Alf Goring, Barry Menzies and Cliff Dye, hit the ground running and never stopped, clobbering Poplar by a whopping 27-6.75, to win the game overall by 52-44.

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