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Home victory for Pulteney indoor bowlers


By Staff Reporter- NOSN


From left: John Malcolm, Maria Malcolm, Graham Bain (Pulteney), Sharon Rosie, secretary of the Pulteney club, Scott Christie, Liam Mackay and Ross Cowan (Watten) and Pulteney chairman Mark Banks.
From left: John Malcolm, Maria Malcolm, Graham Bain (Pulteney), Sharon Rosie, secretary of the Pulteney club, Scott Christie, Liam Mackay and Ross Cowan (Watten) and Pulteney chairman Mark Banks.

Pulteney Indoor Bowling Club held its first open of the season at Wick Youth Club.

The winners were the Pulteney trio of husband-and-wife John and Maria Malcolm with skip Graham Bain. The runners-up were Watten's Scott Christie, Liam Mackay and Ross Cowan.

Meanwhile, Pulteney have a narrow lead at the top of Caithness Indoor Bowling Association's Division One after two games, while Royal British Legion lead the way in Division Two.

League standings – Division One: 1 Pulteney (played 2, points 17, shots for 112, shots against 94); 2 Wick (2, 17, 110, 94); 3 Lybster (2, 14, 95, 104); 4 Watten (2, 8, 86, 111).

Division Two: 1 RBL (played 2, points 19, shots for 119, shots against 95); 2 Halkirk (2, 15, 118, 102); 3 Weigh Inn (2, 11, 104, 103); 4 Dunbeath (2, 11, 93, 134).

Forss and Bower were the winners in week five of the Bruce Shield indoor bowling league, while the match between Dunnet and Canisbay ended 4-4.

Forss have a commanding lead in the table, six points clear of second-placed Canisbay.

Results: Dunnet 4 Canisbay 4; Forss 8 Keiss 0; Lieurary 2 Bower 6.

League standings: 1 Forss (played 4, shot difference 79, points 27); 2 Canisbay (5, 5, 21); 3 Bower (4, 24, 19); 4 Murkle (4, 5, 19); 5 Lieurary (4, 7, 16); 6 Dunnet (5, -63, 15); 7 Keiss (4, -57, 3).



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