It was a nail-biting finish in the President's Cup match between sides led by Eileen Devonald-Batt and deputy John Bucknell.
The latter's team prevailed by just one shot to pip the opposition by 91-90.
Big Success by 64 shots came when Thicket hosted Reading B in a Kennet League Division 2 match.
They took it 118-54 after winning on two rinks.
Thicket's highest-scoring rink was skipped by Rodney Richardson
After winning well on three rinks Maidenhead Thicket trounced visiting neighbours Wargrave by 46 shots (108-62) in a five-triple mixed friendly on Saturday afternoon.
The highest-winning rink for Thicket was skipped by Jackie Pearce with
[Printed in Maidenhead Advertiser on August 21, 2014]
Unseasonably cooler and fresher weather did much to perk up local angling last week with both the stillwaters and the rivers improving on the back of the
Maidenhead racing driver Hunter Abbott endured another weekend of frustration in the British Touring Cars Championship at Knockhill.
Abbott qualified for the weekend's races in a season's best 11th place, but suffered extensive damage to
Promising young table tennis players from SportsAble in Maiden-head have helped Great Britain collect multiple medals at this month's IWAS (International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports) World Junior Games at Stoke Mandeville Stadium.
Lucie Bouron, Dan