SKITTLES: Bibury-based teams look to progress in the Butcombe British Championships
10:34am Wednesday 2nd July 2014 in Sport
THE Bibury ladies team, the Cotswold Wags, played their first game in the Butcombe British Championships on their home alley, winning by 15 pins over Arthur's Tarts from Glastonbury.
Butcombe British Championship
Cotswold Wags 333
Arthur's Tarts 318
The highest score in the game was achieved by both Anne Biggs and Pauline Ticket with 45 pins. The Wags now travel to Glastonbury for the return leg.
Cotswold Cavaliers 339
Numpty Dumpties 330
THE Cotswold Cavaliers have also played again against the Numpty Dumpties, winning the game by nine pins.
The highest score of the game came from Tom Manders, with the highest stick-up being Brian Robinson's 11.