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Desborough Indoor Bowls Club got off to a good start and kept up the pressure throughout the match to beat visitors Victory by 36 shots in their friendly on Saturday.

Desborough triumphed iin five of the six rinks in the 134-98 success.

The top rink award was closely contested during the second half of the game between the Desborough rinks skipped


14:48 Tue 22 Sep 2015
Paul Hibbitt, Joyce Heathman and Ralph-Cooke Windsor & Eton Bowls Club brought the curtain down on their season this week with two matches that had to be rescheduled from earlier in the season. With travel congestion expected in the Twickenham area
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11:00 Thu 12 Feb 2015
Muriel Howard Desborough travelled to a neutral green at Cambridge Chesterton to play in the fifth round of the Mason Trophy against County Arts A and duly despatched the reigning champions by 21 shots (49-28). Once the
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18:00 Thu 05 Feb 2015
Yoneko Stuart Desborough welcomed local rivals Maidenhead Thicket to York Road and duly consigned them to an 11-shot defeat (120-109). Desborough started off brightly, but Thicket could claim a moral draw as the six rinks were shared.
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17:11 Thu 19 Feb 2015
David Perriman Saturday's quarter-final win over Mid Glos has set up a semi-final tie against York in Darlington for Desborough Ladies in the Yetton Trophy. A dominant Desborough defeated Mid Glos by 17 shots to secure a
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18:00 Thu 05 Feb 2015
Yoneko Stuart Desborough welcomed local rivals Maidenhead Thicket to York Road and duly consigned them to an 11-shot defeat (120-109). Desborough started off brightly, but Thicket could claim a moral draw as the six rinks were shared.
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17:00 Thu 18 Dec 2014
Jane Tuhill Desborough's grip on the Denny Cup almost loosened when they met Cotswold in the fourth round but they came good in the end to get through by 15 shots (78-63). Desborough started slowly but from
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13:00 Mon 01 Feb 2016
Angling Tricky and somewhat changeable conditions dominated last week's angling scene with perch and chub the two species that could be relied upon for the occasional bite. For perch the Kennet and Avon Canal was the
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17:03 Mon 25 Jan 2016
Big Fish Column portrait Last week was another of those that demonstrated the old clich of a 'game of two halves' and locally fishing could not really have been more different at the start compared to the end. The
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13:00 Mon 18 Jan 2016
Angling Wokingham big fish angler Ian Crook doesn't appear in this column that often, but when he does it is usually with an exceptional specimen. This time around is no exception. Predator fan Ian last appeared
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15:17 Sun 31 Jan 2016
ON FORM: 700cc's Mark Jones and Stebe House. Windsor cycling club 700cc's Steven House claimed his first points of the season and the club's best result to date with an impressive second place in round six of the Imperial Winter Series category four
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10:05 Tue 26 Jan 2016
Josh Bennett It was a topsy-turvy weekend for Cippenham Table Tennis Club, with the men's 1st team maintaining their challenge for the top of the table and the men's 2nd remaining rooted to the bottom. Taking to
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18:30 Wed 20 Jan 2016
d Maidenhead-based racing driver Hunter Abbott quickly got up to speed on his 24 hour racing debut in Dubai last weekend, helping his team take the chequered flag in second place. The 35-year-old British Touring Car
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