Dixon continues fine start to season at Budleigh Bowls

21:06 16 May 2012

Generic bowls pic. Photo by Simon Horn. Ref exsp 8890-17-12SH To order your copy of this photograph visit www.sidmouthherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Budleigh Bowls were hit by the weather last week which resulted in just the one game being played.

That was a friendly match in Exeter at St Thomas which was blessed with beautiful sunshine and although the home side won by 16 shots, the afternoon was greatly enjoyed by all.

With only a handful of games played, Ladies’ Captain, Di Dixon is making a habit of skipping Budleigh’s highest scoring winning rink.

On this, the third such occasion, Di’s team of Don Huish, Sue Job and Stuart Butler were never headed and finished with a score of plus twelve.

Greg Ellis’ rink also led from the start and recorded a 22 – 14 victory.

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