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Graham Hillier wins bowls league trophy
OLD Basing bowler Graham Hillier claimed the Whitchurch and District Bowling League Singles Trophy, edging out Steve Harris of Basingstoke Town Bowling Club.
Adam White of Alton Social won the Brookhouse Cup, the league’s singles championship, with Caroline Harris of Basingstoke Town claiming the runners-up spot.
The Novice Singles was won by Scott Ritchie of Andover, with Matt Philipson (Alton) finishing second, while Brian Baxendale of Littleton won the over-60s singles, just ahead of Old Basing’s Maurice Bates.
Andover Runners’ Robin Kingstoke and Mike Ford won the pairs title, with Basingstoke Town’s Mick Jones and Dave Goddard, along with substitute Stuart Bone, runners-up.
The Mixed Pairs Trophy was won by Oakley duo Terry Heath and Janie Vickers, helped by a substitute. Roger and Paula Haynes of Basingstoke Town were runners-up.
The triples was won by Maurice Bates, Ron Ellis and Brian Moon of Old Basing, with Lewis Light substituting. Basingstoke Town’s Mick Jones, Dave Goddard, M Boston and substitute Sally Menage were runners-up.
Fleet United Cygnets edged out Cove in the final of the Stan Hardman League at Hook last Thursday, winning by 53 shots to 33 and five points to two. They will be presented with the trophy at the league’s annual general meeting on December 1.
The Basingstoke and District Bowls Association season has come to a close, with Whitchurch claiming top spot in Fours Division One, just ahead of Alton Social. St Mary Bourne and Old Basing have been relegated.
Alton won Division Two, with Howard Park runners-up, while the Monday Night Triples was won by Kingsclere, beating Whitchurch into second place.
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