Incorporating the Mens & Womens Bowling Associations of the County of Northumberland

Triples 1/4 Finals

Gosforth's Train held a narrow advantage from the early stages, and still held a 2 shot advantage at the half-way stage. This was then extended to 6 shots after 13 ends, then Curtis's triple scored 7 shots to take the lead 15 - 14 with only 2 ends to play. Train's triple were not to be denied and scored 2 2's on the last 2 ends to win the game (18 - 15) and book their place in the semi-final.

In the game at St. Georges where it saw father and son play and skip against each other - with Phil Harvey playing his Dad Steve. Gosforth's Steve held the early advantage building a 7 nil lead, this was wiped out by 10 ends, where St. Georges' triple held a 1 shot advantage. Steve then scored the next 3 ends to take the lead once again (14 -10). However this would be the final time the Gosforth triple would score as Phil scored on the last 5 ends and took the tie 20 - 14.  The St. Georges' triple will now play Newbiggin's Lee Birch - Lee played at home tonight against NSWE Ray Robson, and won 19 - 7.

The final quarter-final was played on Wednesday evening, where Gosforth's Chris Yeomans triple defeated Collingwood's Chris Armstrong.

The results and draw can be found here.


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