August 9, 2018
Eagles Victorious against Kingsthorpe

A most enjoyable afternoon of bowling, with each team winning on three rinks. It was down to the wire with the Daventry Eagles taking overall victory by one shot and a final score of 91 – 90. Captain Sue Pernyes presented the Highest Winning rink awards to Brian Gelder with his team of steve Cale, Fang Wright and Louise Hopkins.
Rink 1: Trevor Wright, Janet Fox, Ian Davis and Judy Hicks [6] Dave Sargeant [27]
Rink 2: Christine Foster, Adge Smith, Sue Davis and John Dunkley [17] Mick Richardson [13]
Rink 3: Rosemary Dunkley, Ron Fox, Andrew Foster and John Sach [7] Ron Everson-Watts [20]
Rink 4: Debs Sach, Steve Bond, Drew Tooth and Sue Pernyes [21] Mike White [10]
Rink 5: Steven Anthony Cale, Guifang Wright, Louise Hopkins and Brian Gelder [31] George Clifton [5]
Rink 6: Susan Rumsey, Ron Rumsey, Doug Crane and Shirley Shucksmith [9] Brian Kaye [15]

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August 8, 2018
Daventry Red Fantastic 5 team lose to Kempston Park

Daventry Red took on the Runners Up of Group 4, Kemptson Park in the Regional Knockout round and knew they were up against a very strong opposition from the start. Tony Dicks who is normally one of the key players lost to a very good singles bowler and although the Fours team won their match they didn't play that well and establish a good score difference that was needed. The second set of matches found us losing the Triples match and the Pairs team drawing theirs therefore losing 3 points to 5 to Kempston Park. Well done to all the bowlers and we wish Kempston Park good luck in their journey through to the next knockout round.
Rink 1: , , and Tony Dicks [8] [15]
Rink 2: Vicki Worthington, Louise Hopkins, John Worthington and Mick Worthington [10] [8]
Rink 3: Louise Hopkins, , and Tony Dicks [8] [8]
Rink 4: Vicki Worthington, John Worthington, and Mick Worthington [6] [9]

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Daventry White Fantastic 5 team win against Rushden Rogues

The team played very well to establish two clear games in the first round, the Singles and Fours, with the Fours team establishing a really clear score difference for the team by winning 22 to 1. The second half was more difficult with the Pairs losing their game and the Triples drawing theirs however it gave them a good chance of at least retaining the Runners Up position in the league. If they progress through to the knock out rounds they will then take on the winners of Group 1. Well done to all
Rink 1: , , and Geoff Smith [14] [6]
Rink 2: Sue Davis, Sue Pernyes, Kip Frankson and Judy Hicks [22] [1]
Rink 3: Sue Davis, , and Geoff Smith [4] [14]
Rink 4: Sue Pernyes, Kip Frankson, and Judy Hicks [8] [8]

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Another win for the Daventry Red Fantastic 5 team

Daventry Red only required 2 more points to clearly win the league which they did by gaining 7 point against 1. Stamford put a very good fight but even though Mick Worthington (Captain) decided to change the Pairs match the result was still a conclusive victory for the club. They next take on the runners up of League 4 which still has not been decided. We expect a strong opposition but hope still to come out on top. Well done to all
Rink 1: , , and Tony Dicks [15] [7]
Rink 2: Vicki Worthington, Louise Hopkins, Patrick Clerkin and Mick Worthington [6] [5]
Rink 3: Louise Hopkins, , and Tony Dicks [8] [8]
Rink 4: Vicki Worthington, Patrick Clerkin, and Mick Worthington [11] [6]

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July 27, 2018
Honours even against Northampton

The Eagles welcomed three new bowlers to their team against Northampton. Steve Cale, Drew Tooth, Fang Wright were playing for the first time and in a hard fought match honours were even at three winning rinks each. Captain Sue Pernyes took the highest winning rink award, althoughNorthampton took overall victory by 10 shots. We look forward to our return match when the Eagles will have home rink advantage.

Rink 1: Andrew Foster, Rosemary Dunkley, Chris Jalland and Kip Frankson [15] R Spatcher [16]
Rink 2: Maureen Dawson, Adge Smith, Margaret Jones and Ray Dawson [14] T Mariss [10]
Rink 3: Angelina Johnstone, Guifang Wright, Doug Crane and John Dunkley [13] A Hogg [24]
Rink 4: Sylvia Hatfield, Steven Anthony Cale, David Chambers and Sue Pernyes [16] D Lovell [9]
Rink 5: Grahame Akers, Trevor Wright, Audrey Budd and Judy Hicks [10] T Dye [22]
Rink 6: Barbara Jalland, Richard Humphreys, Drew Tooth and Shirley Shucksmith [14] V Billson [11]

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July 19, 2018
A battle to the end

The Eagles welcomed Kingsthorpe to Daventry and it was neck and neck all the way. Kingsthorpe taking the victory by one shot on the last bowl of the final end, giving them a 92-91 win for the afternoon. Highest winning rink was Captain Sue Pernyes and her team of Chris Motts, Angelina Johnstone and Brian King. Very many thanks to Trevor Wright, Mo Dawson and Brian King who all stood in right at the last moment.
Rink 1: Barbara Jalland, Janet Fox, Michael Daniels and Brian Gelder [18] Bob Brown [17]
Rink 2: Trevor Wright, Ron Fox, Sylvia Hatfield and Judy Hicks [9] Brian Kaye [18]
Rink 3: Rosemary Dunkley, Adge Smith, Chris Jalland and Margaret Daynes [15] Derek Smith [14]
Rink 4: Chris Motts, Angelina Johnstone, Brian King and Sue Pernyes [19] Mike White [11]
Rink 5: Maureen Dawson, Trevor Motts, Margaret Stevens and Ray Dawson [18] John Churchman [16]
Rink 6: Susan Rumsey, Ron Rumsey, Margaret Jones and John Dunkley [12] Mick Richardson [16]

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July 3, 2018
Down at Northampton

Daventry Eagles performed well against a very strong Northampton side but went down 104 shots to 78. The Eagles had one winning rink skipped by Judy Hicks together with Barbara Jalland, Michael Daniels and Brian King.
Rink 1: Barbara Jalland, Michael Daniels, Brian King and Judy Hicks [15] R Spatcher [13]
Rink 2: Grahame Akers, Janet Fox, Anthony Robinson and Eveline Worrall [14] V Billson [18]
Rink 3: Chris Motts, Adge Smith, Margaret Jones and Kip Frankson [15] A Hogg [19]
Rink 4: Trevor Motts, Audrey Budd, Ian Davis and Shirley Shucksmith [8] D Levett [20]
Rink 5: Ron Fox, Doug Crane, Mary Gillard and Sylvia Hatfield [14] K Dick [18]
Rink 6: Sue Davis, Richard Humphreys, David Chambers and Chris Jalland [12] M Roy [16]

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June 25, 2018
Daventry Red win again

An excellent mornings bowling with Daventry Red taking all 8 points. The Pairs match went down to the wire with both teams on 6 on the penultimate end and Patrick Clerkin taking the end with his final bowl to win the game. It was a slow start in the Fours match with all the bowlers getting used to the green but came through in the end to comfortably win by 4 shots. Well done to all the team, one match left against the Stamford Saints where the team needs to win one game to go through on top of the league into the knockout stages.
Rink 1: , , and Tony Dicks [17] David Smith [4]
Rink 2: Vicki Worthington, Louise Hopkins, Patrick Clerkin and Mick Worthington [9] Bob Brown [5]
Rink 3: Louise Hopkins, , and Patrick Clerkin [7] David Smith [6]
Rink 4: Vicki Worthington, Mick Worthington, and Tony Dicks [13] Bob Brown [6]

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June 15, 2018
Eagles soar against arch rivals

Daventry Eagles scored an impressive victory against arch rivals Northampton in their home match on 14 June. Captain Sue presented the Highest Winning Rink awards to Judy Hicks and her team of Barbara Jalland, Ian Davis and David Chambers. The return match is in two weeks at Northampton.
Rink 1: Grahame Akers, Maureen Dawson, Mary Gillard and Ray Dawson [17] Ken Dick [17]
Rink 2: Barbara Jalland, Ian Davis, David Chambers and Judy Hicks [26] Vic Billson [6]
Rink 3: Brian King, Chris Motts, Doug Crane and Sylvia Hatfield [22] Andy Hogg [20]
Rink 4: Michael Daniels, Adge Smith, Chris Jalland and Sue Pernyes [26] Ted Maris [11]
Rink 5: Sue Davis, Richard Humphreys, Ian Weaver and Shirley Shucksmith [0] Joan Maris [0]
Rink 6: Trevor Motts, Audrey Budd, Margaret Jones and Brian Gelder [17] [8]

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May 29, 2018
Daventry White win

After travelling to Rushden all keen and eager to take on a team that we had not played against before, their team didn't turn up. After consultation with their team captain they admitted the error and conceded the match to Daventry White therefore the team gained 8 points and 20 shot difference, 2 points and 5 shot difference for each match to be played. We would have prefered to have played the match so hopefully when we play them in July the result will be equally a win for the team.
Rink 1: Keith Lancaster, , and [0] [0]
Rink 2: Margaret Jones, Sue Pernyes, Judy Hicks and Geoff Smith [0] [0]
Rink 3: Keith Lancaster, , and Judy Hicks [0] [0]
Rink 4: Sue Pernyes, Margaret Jones, and Geoff Smith [0] [0]

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