CIRENCESTER ladies section has recently played a number of competitions.

Starting with a Patsomes, this was won by Jayne Worthington and Liz Anderson with 38 points on countback from from Chris Park and Kay Fullerton.

July medal 

Division One was won by Emma Brereton with 72 and who also returned the lowest gross score, Ali Henshaw took second position with 73.

Division Two was won by Paddy Challens with 75 and second in this division was Paula Lester Powell with 80.

Then on a very windswept day with heavy rain squalls 102 ladies took part in the annual Open Ladies Bowmaker last Thursday.

Fortified by home made cakes and hot drinks at the halfway house, a few teams returned excellent scores.

The winners were, Christine Clark from Cirencester and Prue Taylour from Thornbury for nearest the pins.

First Place went to the team from Bath Sham of Mary Perkins, Jane Palmer and Sam Robinson with 83 points. Second were a mixed team of Emma Brereton from Cirencester, Geraldine Beaty from Cotswold Hills and Tina Lewis from Cotswold Edge.

In third place were Pippa Weston, Pauline Murphy and Helen Oliver from Bath Sham with 79 points and on countback in Fourth place were Gilly Bogdiokiewica, Rose Clark and Becky Graveney from Cotswold Hills.

On Saturday the interesting August weather continued when the ladies played a Bowmaker.

They got soaked twice, and the last team walked in because of thunder and lightening. Quite an eventful game.

This was won by the team of Sheila Marsh, Jan Stephens and Linda McIntosh with 71 points.

All the ladies were all a little shell shocked by the weather and relieved when they finally got in.