Inter County Competitions (ICC)
Resplendent in the new County Kit, we knew we were in for a hard fought game as we only just narrowly won at our home game. We had a small lead at lunchtime but not so good in the afternoon. The final score was 24 – 16 to Cambridge. An enjoyable and hard played game of bowls. Well done to all
A really good event playing Home and Away on the same day. It was well organised by Chris Weston and Dave Ekins. Both teams enjoyed the great sportsmanship and friendly atmosphere. Eventually Norfolk being the strongest team won by 77-3
The home game against Suffolk was a very closely fought game which was won by Northamptonshire 21 to 19. It was played in a friendly and competitive manner. There was a hot shot on the triples by the team of Gordon Watts, Wendy Keane and Bob Clarridge.
A very challenging match played in good humour, but unfortunately not the best result for Northamptonshire.
The result was Northants 18 points – Hertfordshire 22 points
All the games were played in good spirits and although Northamptonshire were not up to their usual high standard in the first half they did better in the second half. The mats were very difficult to play as they were on uneven floors. The result was a draw.
The ICC season started in the ESMBA competition with a home match against Suffolk. It is some time since any ICC matches have taken place so it was with some pride that Northampton won by 23 points to 17 after some tense finishes. All games were played in a friendly, yet competitive, manner and the […]
It was an excellent start to the 2023/2024 season with Northamptonshire winning 21 to 19 against Cambridge. The first two sessions left us well placed at 9-7. The third session was not good but by the fourth session, triples and fours won all their games. A hot shot was won by the triples Gordon Watts, Wendy Keane and Jon Fox. The umpire for Northants was supplied by Cambridge
It was a friendly, yet competitive match. There was some good performances by Northamptonshire despite being short of a number of regular players. Unfortunately Suffolk had the better of the hard fought games. The result was Suffolk 28 to Northamptonshire 12 point