Two Wins for Henley This Weekend

Henley entertained Pangbourne on Saturday in an OTL five mixed triples match running out winners 89-71 gaining twelve points to Pangbourne’s two.

Kevin Currill with Martin Cranstoun and Sally Daniells were out scored over the first fourteen ends trailing by nine shots, then picked up nine shots over the next three ends to level the score at 15 all. Then Henley picked up a four on the final end to win 19-15. Gill Robins with Peter Falle and Nigel Bridges were evenly matched 11-10 after eleven ends, picked up five on the next end, and scored strongly to win 24-13. Norman Daniells with John Munnelly and Glynis Holland were evenly matched 10 all after eleven ends, then pulled away to win 21-15. Barrie Davies with Simon Hatcher and Angelika Crisa scored freely, were nine up after twelve ends, were pulled back to 14-13 after sixteen ends, then picked up four over the final ends to win 18-13. Peter Borsberry with Andy Scott and Joan Edwards were evenly matched 7 all after ten ends but could only score one over the last ends to go down 8-15.

On Sunday Henley entertained Woodley in a five mixed triples friendly and was closely fought on all rinks with Henley winning with the score 81-65.

Joan Edwards, skipping for the first time in a match this season, with Peter Watkins and Ian Ayers, in his first club match, were evenly matched at 8-7 after eleven ends, pulled away to four up after fifteen ends, then pegged back over the final ends, but just winning 13-11.  Barrie Davies with Ramsay Adams and Peter Menhinick, in his first club match, were the highest winning rink by the margin of six shots with the score 17-11. Norman Daniells with Angelika Crisa and Richard Kingston were evenly matched 6-7 after nine ends, dropped two threes to be down 6-13, then level 15 all going into the last end and picking up four to run out winners 19-15. Peter Borsberry with Trish Jones and Frank Powell were trailing 7-11 after eleven ends, then slowly reduced the deficit to one after sixteen ends, and picked up a four on end seventeen, and narrowly winning 17-15. Kevin Currill with Keith Lawrance and Glynis Holland raced into a six shot lead after seven ends, then pulled back to 12 all after fifteen ends,  and narrowly winning 15-13.


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