Triples title up for grabs
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FOUR bowling trios will battle it out for the Dewars Triples title at Craigellachie this weekend.
Rinks from Dufftown, Drummuir, Bishopmill and Rothes contest the semi-finals at 1pm on Saturday.
The final will then be played at 3pm, with spectators welcome to attend on the day.
Results, Craigellachie Bowling Club's Dewars Triples, first round: C Nicol (Fochabers) 4, S Robertson (Forres) 14; F Leslie (Rhynie) 8, E Cant 16 (Mosstodloch); J Sutherland (Dufftown) 5, V Collie (Cairnie) 14; M Wright (Dufftown) 16, I Stewart (Forres Vic) 12; A Buchan (KBC) 16, C Watt (Forres Vic) 3; G Robb (Moray) 12, N Keir (Craigellachie) 6; R Goodall (Burghead) 10, W Riddoch (Keith RBL) 7; D Bell Drummuir) 9, Ron Milne (Craig) 7; F Milne (Unattached) 8, A Murray (Buckie) 9; A Wright (Duff) 10, D Maver (Drum) 11; M Coull (Lhanbryde) 8, S McKidd (Moray) 9; L Kelman (Moray) 4, M Woodhouse (Fochabers) 21; N Roger (Lhan) 5, C Taylor (Alves) 11; W Bremner (Craig) 15, B Roy (Cullen) 9; J Morrison (Birnie) 10, B Petrie (Buckie RBL) 8; D Cameron (Craig) 13, A Shaw (Elgin CC) 8.
Second round: S Robertson 14, E Cant 9; V Collie 8, M Wright 14; A Buchan 8, G Robb 10; R Goodall 4, D Bell 16; A Murray 8, D Maver 12; S McKidd 6, M Woodhouse 15; C Taylor 7, W Bremner 10; J Morrison 8, D Cameron 14; J Watt (Grange) 14, A Gill (Moray) 3; M Donaldson (Lossie) 10, N Ogilvie (Lhanbryde) 13; J Morrison (Foch) w/o D Watson (Rothes); C Hewitt (Rothes) 11, R Garrow (Bishopmill) 19; M McCallum (Unatt) 8, H Thomson (Rothes) 18; J Pirie (Hopeman) 14, F McDonald (Drum) 6; B Davidson (Burg) 6, Rob Milne (Craig) 15; A Mearns (Huntly) 11, G Garrick (Duff) 18.
Third round: S Robertson 9, M Wright 13; G Robb 3, D Bell 17; D Maver 11, M Woodhouse 8; W Bremner 12, D Cameron 5; J Watt 10, R Garrow 11; H Thomson 11, J Pirie 8; Rob Milne 6, G Garrick 11.
Quarter-finals: M Wright 12, D Bell 9; D Maver 13, W Bremner 7; N Ogilvie 11, R Garrow 12 (extra end); H Thomson 11, G Garrick 8.
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