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October 18, 2019
Daventry Eagles lose at home against Kettering lodge 62-63

Daventry Eagles lost at home to Kettering Lodge on Thursday. Daventry started well but Kettering lodge soon started to catch up and take the lead. By the end of the 18 ends Daventry had two winning rinks out of the four and lost the overall game by just one shot. Captain Chris Jalland presented the highest winning rink to John Shanahan, Mary Gillard and skip Adge Smith.
Rink 2: John Shanahan, Mary Gillard and Adge Smith [25] J Beal [15]
Rink 3: Barbara Jalland, Margaret Stevens and Chris Jalland [14] R Crowe [11]
Rink 4: Janet Matthews, Sylvia Hatfield and Peter Mercer [7] P Morgan [23]
Rink 5: Mike Taylor, Jennie Mercer and Judy Hicks [16] R Hyde [16]


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October 17, 2019
Daventry v Northampton & District 56-69

The Daventry Ladies started their first game of the season 19- 9 up after the first 5 ends. Judy Hicks the skip on Rink 3 won 6 more ends giving them the highest winning rink 20-14. Jill Welch skip on rink 2 only won 4 of the remaining ends giving them a heavy loss of 8-18. Captain on the day Shirley Shucksmith also took a heavy loss of 11-24 particularly with the opposition team scoring an 8 on end 6 which proved difficult to make a come back. Skip Jacqui Lancaster however was the second team to take a win 17-13 The overall score for Daventry was 56-69.
Rink 1: Mandy Perry, Janet Matthews and Shirley Shucksmith [11] Gill Crossley [24]
Rink 2: Jeanette Taylor, Julie Spreadbury and Jacqueline Lancaster [17] Lynn Babb [13]
Rink 3: Wendy O’Connor, Sylvia Inglis and Judy Hicks [20] Pauline Letts [14]
Rink 4: Caroline Dobbie, Chris Cross and Jill Welch [8] Joyce Porter [18]


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October 16, 2019
Over 60’s Double Rink Daventry v Kingsthorpe 29-36

The Daventry B team had an interesting encounter against Kingsthorpe in the above competition on Tuesday.

The away team skipped by Brian Scott made a promising start and after ten ends held a 9-6 advantage. However, they had a torrid time over the next seven ends conceding 17 shots without reply and, although they picked up a single on the final end, they eventually went down 23-10.

The home team led by Alan Davies conceded a single on the first end but thereafter were well in control of the game with all four players playing well. After eleven ends they had built up a substantial 17-3 advantage. They still had a healthy advantage of 19-5 after fifteen ends to leave the match result on a knife edge. The Kingsthorpe four finished strongly over the final three ends picking up 8 shots to leave Daventry winning 19-13. The combined result was Kingsthorpe 36 Daventry 29.
Rink 1: Adge Smith, Ray Rumble, Richard Holland and Alan Davies [19] T Chapman [13]
Rink 2: Morris Freeman, Chris Jalland, Mick Isom and Brian Scott [10] P Morris [23]


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October 14, 2019
Daventry Eagles win at home against Avon Valley 113-75

Daventry Eagles played at home on Sunday in a club friendly game against Avon Valley from Warwickshire. After a slow start by Daventry, they started to catch up quickly and soon took the lead on most of the rinks Daventry ended up with winning five out of the six rinks.Winning the overall score by several shots.Captain John Sach presented the highest winning rink to Jennie Mercer, Margaret Stevens and Malcolm Foster.
Rink 1: John Shanahan, Mary Gillard and Brian Gelder [22] John Brain [6]
Rink 2: Hazel Wallage, Drew Tooth and Adge Smith [14] Alan Barker [20]
Rink 3: Guifang Wright, Doug Crane and Peter Mercer [19] Cliff Simmons [11]
Rink 4: Debs Sach, Iain Wilson and John Sach [18] John Gibson [7]
Rink 5: Brian Robbins, Jack Brown and Alan Davies [20] Dennis Ward [14]
Rink 6: Jennie Mercer, Margaret Stevens and Malcolm Foster [19] Mick Preedy [7]


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October 13, 2019
Egham Trophy Daventry v Rugby 65 – 83

In Rugby today both Daventry rinks were involved in a tense struggle against a very strong Rugby Thornfield side.

Peter Dymond's rink were level at 4-4 after four ends. However, they dropped five shots over the next two ends to go 4-9 down. They levelled the game at 9-9 after ten ends. The Rugby side then had the edge over the next seven ends to lead 18-12. Peter and his team then scored a five and a three in successive ends to lead 20-18. However, the last two ends went to Rugby and they won a close match by 23-20.

The other away rink were up against a Rugby rink skipped by Oliver Fowler, a current England under 25 international. After going 0-4 down after three ends, the Daventry team scored eleven without reply to be in a strong position at 11-4. However, the Rugby side played some inspired bowls over the next seven ends to take a 17-11 lead. Although Daventry outscored Rugby by 5-4 over the last seven ends it was not enough and they lost an enjoyable game by 21-16.

Daventry’s home sides put up a good fight against a strong Rugby side. Captain Brian Scott’s Team was always in contention for a win. After 20 ends sides were locked at 15-15 with Daventry holding 2 shots. However, the opposition skip managed to remove the woods to take the win 15-17. The other home rink skipped by Tony Dicks fought hard but had no answer to their opponents who took the win 14-22.
Rink 1: Janet Matthews, Jacqueline Lancaster, Philip Daynes and Brian Scott [15] K Mason [17]
Rink 2: Adge Smith, Kim Russell, Joan Watts and Tony Dicks [14] C Chapman [22]
Rink 3: Louise Hopkins, R Humphreys, Judy Hicks and Peter C Dymond [20] H Wilkins [23]
Rink 4: Patrick Clerkin, Sylvia Fuller, Brenda Bishop and Terry Fuller [16] O Fowler [21]


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Daventry Eagles lose home game against Northants Retired Police 83-119

Daventry Eagles lost their first game of the season at Home to The Northants Retired Police. After a strong start by Daventry, NRP soon started to catch up and take the lead on most of the rinks, by the end of the 18 ends Daventry had two winning rinks out of the six and lost the overall game. Captain John Dunkley presented the highest winning rink to Brian Robbins, Sylvia Hatfield and skip Adge Smith.
Rink 1: John Shanahan, Mary Gillard and Peter Mercer [17] Jack Brown [15]
Rink 2: Brian Robbins, Sylvia Hatfield and Adge Smith [18] Bill Tapp [16]
Rink 3: Brenda Clarke, Grahame Akers and Alan Davies [8] Brian Hayes [18]
Rink 4: Janet Matthews, Jennie Mercer and John Dunkley [20] Paul Langdon [20]
Rink 5: Hazel Wallage, Mike Taylor and John Brown [6] Malc Mattinsons [0]
Rink 6: Rod Clarke, Doug Crane and Margaret Stevens [14] Clive Appleton [22]


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October 12, 2019
Daventry V Desborough 85–58

Daventry IBC got their 2019/20 County league off to a brilliant start with a 5-1 success against a strong Desborough team.Terry Fuller’s rink who played in Desborough were 7-8 down after 8 ends but a sustained burst of scoring over the next five ends saw them score 12 without reply to lead 19-8. They then saw the tie out 24-12 for a great win.Tho other rink got off to a poor start to be 0-13 down after 7 ends. However, they played well thereafter to lose11-17. At Daventry Peter Dymond’s rink were always in the ascendancy and won 24 -20 despite dropping 4 on the last end.The other home rink were involved in a close match for the first seven ends but then pulled away for a 26-9 win.

The Next match is against Kettering Lodge Saturday 9th November.

Rink 1: Geoffrey Elliman, Philip Daynes and Peter C Dymond [24] P Mellor [20]
Rink 2: Steve Cale, John Worthington and Patrick Clerkin [26] T Anderson [9]
Rink 3: Brian Scott, Geoff Allen and Michael Moulton [11] G Warren [17]
Rink 4: Tony Dicks, Adge Smith and Terry Fuller [24] N Gibb [12]


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October 9, 2019
Anniversary match

A number of clubs from Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Leicestershire were represented at the Rugby Thornfield IBC 45th Anniversary match on Tuesday last where they played members from the host club. Whilst Rugby Thornfield won the match overall by 6 rinks to 2, the Daventry IBC four of Steve Cale, Janet Matthews, Alan Gardner and Patrick Clerkin won their rink 20-13 and secured the highest winning rink of the visiting teams.


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October 7, 2019
Daventry Eagles lose first away game of the winter season against Barwell 89-95

Daventry Eagles lose their first away game of the friendly winter season against Barwell of Leicestershire. After a strong start by Daventry, Barwell soon started to catch up and take the lead on most of the rinks,Daventry put up a good fight but by the end of the 18 ends Daventry only had two winning rinks out of the six and lost the overall game by 6 shots.Captain John Sach presented the highest winning rink to Louise Hopkins, Margaret Stevens and Drew Tooth.

Rink 1: Louise Hopkins, Margaret Stevens and Drew Tooth [22] Alan Whelband [3]
Rink 2: Debs Sach, Jennie Mercer and John Sach [23] Carole Isom [18]
Rink 3: Lesley Sharp, Mary Gillard and Judy Hicks [10] Nev Wood [14]
Rink 4: Graham Ballinger, Malcolm Payne and Malcolm Foster [13] Adi Iliffe [14]
Rink 5: Susan Perrin, Andy Perrin and Peter Mercer [11] Bill OGara [27]
Rink 6: Janet Matthews, Phillip Silk-Neilsen and Adge Smith [10] Chris Morton [19]


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September 20, 2019
Eagles fall to on-form Kingsthorpe

Despite winning on 3 rinks, the Eagles were overwhelmed by a strong Kingsthorpe team. In the final match of the summer round robin series Kingsthorpe's victory by 105 shots to 77 ensured they held on to the trophy for the second consecutive year. Congratulations to Brian Gelder and his team for taking the highest winning rink award.
Rink 1: Janet Matthews, Doug Crane, Ian Reid-Jones and Adge Smith [9] B Kaye [24]
Rink 2: Rod Clarke, David Chambers, Jo Reid-Jones and Brenda Bishop [17] E Hamilton [15]
Rink 3: Christine Foster, Dorothy Hulse, David Mill and Chris Jalland [12] B Brown [17]
Rink 4: Barbara Jalland, Brian Hyde, Brian King and Judy Hicks [16] G Clifton [15]
Rink 5: Brenda Clarke, Eveline Worrall, Andrew Foster and Brian Gelder [17] J Rowland [8]
Rink 6: Grahame Akers, Michael Hulse, Derick Curtis and Shirley Shucksmith [6] J Churchman [26]


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