Littleton flying in Whitchurch Bowls League

Littleton flying in Whitchurch Bowls League

Littleton flying in Whitchurch Bowls League

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LITTLETON continue to dominate Whitchurch League Division One following their latest success, a 42-39 victory in their top-of-the-table clash with Kingsclere Quails 42-39.

Basingstoke Town’s Spades are keeping up the pressure after their 58-40 win at home to St Mary Bourne Hawks.

At the bottom of the table, Alton are still struggling, having been turned over by Oakley A (47-39).

Andover B won 51-39 at Hyde Abbey and Howard Park A did the same at Alton Social (58-50).

Whitchurch Blacks have joined their Yellow team at the head of Division Two after beating Hook Hares 52-37 away from home.

The Yellows overcame St Mary Bourne Eagles 62-44, while Oakley B won 50-43 at Andover A and Marnell B also won away at Old Basing Cavaliers (58-35).

Basingstoke Jokers have joined their Diamond team at the top of Division Three after annihilating Thornycroft A 53-12.

Diamonds had an equally convincing win at home against Friary (68-27).

Old Basing Roundheads just shaded Marnell A by 33 shots to 29.

In Division Four, Thornycroft B remained top by beating Howard Park B 50-45.

Oakley C have gone second after victory over Old Basing Royalists (56-38) and Andover C are third, having dispatched Hyde Abbey B 45-38.

Finally, Kingsclere Pheasants climbed off the bottom after beating Littleton Lemurs 46-33.

All the away teams had a field day in the Eastern Division of the Stan Hardman League.

Odiham D just shaded Basingstoke Town 50-47, AWRE trashed Howard Park A 74-32, Hook Diamonds beat Marnell A 58-43 and Fleet Cygnets saw off Thornycroft 61-40.

Cove maintained their lead in the Eastern Division easily beating Aldershot Underwood 60-31.

Fleet Swans won at home against Farnborough Gate 57-45, Farnborough beat Hawley away (62-42) and Fleet Social were anything but as they tucked away Hook Emeralds 48-42.

Hook Saphires held on to top spot of the Southern Division when they just beat Old Basing 50-47.

Alton Social stay bottom, although they beat Howard Park B 54-46, and fellow strugglers Alton lost at 60-39 at home to Four Marks, while Odiham X beat Marnell B 55-40.

Medstead moved to the top of the Western Division with a comfortable win, beating Howard Park C 88-30.

AWRE A had a tight win over Oakley (54-52), while Whitchurch beat Kingsclere 47-39 and Andover won 47-40 at St Mary Bourne.

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