BALLINDERRY 43 (6) ST PAUL’S 18 (1)
BALLINDERRY remained top of Section A of the Ulster Star Lisburn Indoor Bowling League following a 25 shots home win from which they took six points against St Paul’s.
At the fifth Raymond Stubbs was 3-2 ahead but three and one at the next two ends gave Glen Harvey a 6-3 lead. Ballinderry lifted a three but St Paul’s finished with a single to get a one shot win.
After starting with a five Keith Morrison added another five at the sixth to lead 12-2. Jim Harvey lifted a three but Ballinderry finished with two, one to win by ten shots.
A three helped Eddie Marsden to a 10-1 lead at the sixth and after Pat Hughes lifted his second single Ballinderry finished with two, one to win by 11 shots.
At the fourth Paul Reid was 5-0 ahead and after Ken Burns came back with two, one, one to make it 5-4 Ballinderry finished with three, one to win by five shots.
J. Grant, J. Marsden, N. Marsden, R. Stubbs 6, B. Allen, B. Maguire, B. Kerr, G. Harvey 7; A. Morrison, M. Beattie, G. Stubbs, K. Morrison 15, B. Braithwaite, F. Walsh, J. Cunningham, J. Harvey 5; D. Brownlie, J. McKinstry, R. Gourley, E. Marsden 13, A. Allen, I. Kane, G. Megarry, P. Hughes 2; R. McKinstry, L. Graham, D. Peden, P. Reid 9, J. Maze, R. Topping, J. Chapman, K. Burns 4.
EGLANTINE 34 (6) PRIESTHILL METHODIST 26 (1)
PRIESTHILL Methodist sank to the bottom of Section A when they lost by eight shots at Eglantine, who took six points to move off the bottom of the table.
The other team without a win, Derriaghy, also won to move up the ladder.
A three helped Tom Connolly to a 7-3 lead at the fifth and after George McLernon had added a single Priesthill picked up two more singles. A last end double still left Eglantine three shots down.
A four helped Charlie Morrison to a 7-2 lead at the fifth, though Roy Kennedy came back to 4-8 with an end left when Eglantine added a double for a six shots win.
After starting with a four John McCandless added a three to lead 11-2 at the fifth, but Margaret McCammick won the next three ends to come back to 7-11, but the last end was a “no score’’.
At the fifth A. Mulligan was 3-2 ahead but William McCullough added four and one. Priesthill finished with two, one but still lost by a shot.
E. Mackin, D. Ford, V. Bryyans, G. McLernon 6, W. Crangle, H. Byrne, B. Moore, T. Connolly 9; D. Kerr, J. McClatchey, M. McLernon, C. Morrison 10, M. Wright, T. Fitzpatrick, D. Totten, R. Kennedy 4; M. McQuillan, J. Liggett, C. Campbell, J. McCandless 11, G. Law, A. Millen, C. Lyons, M. McCammick 7; A. Liggett, J. Nelson, M. McQuillan, W. McCullough 7, N. Girven, D. Croot, E. Wright, A. Mulligan 6.
DERRIAGHY 43 (6) POND PARK 28 (1)
R. Hamilton, S. Leathem, R. Partridge, R. Walker 11, G. Jeffers, V. McCourt, D. Belshaw, J. Green 5; N. Agnew, M. Reid, T. Rolston, G. Fell 13, I. Hutchinson, N. Park, J. Tinsleyy, N. McAllister 7; C. Agnew, C. Ross, K. Johnston, M. Fell 12, M. Wilson, M. McCandless, J. Campbell, M. Stevenson 6; A. Marks, T. McCallum, J. Belshaw, T. Gill 7, S. Russell, S. Park, H. McCourt, D. Hutchinson 10.