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Ballymoney retain PBA title

Ray McClean

DEFENDING champions Ballymoney retained the PBA Division One title when they came out on top at City of Derry last weekend...

The home side's Robert Kincaid won by seven shots against Willie McCaw but that was as good as it got for City of Derry with comprehensive victories for Gary Kelly, Brian McAlary and Alan Paul securing a 44-shot victory for the visitors. This success completed a notable double for the Church Street side who, earlier in the season, successfully retained the Piggot Cup.

Whitehead also had cause for double celebrations when they regained the NIBA Division One title by finishing 20 shots ahead of visitors Dundonald. The Recreation Grounds team had also won the NIBA Senior Cup in July.

Dunbarton took two giant strides towards being crowned PGL Division I league champions with impressive wins against Ulster Transport and Ewarts. The Gilford side took maximum points from their match with the latter to add to the six they had collected when they played Transport.

With one game to play, against Ballymena, Dunbarton head the table by five-and-a-half points from Larne who have also only match remaining. However, Belmont, with two games to play, are very much in the mix trailing Larne by two points following their seven-point haul against Old Bleach.

Meanwhile, Ballybrakes Community IBC will re-open on Monday, September 14. It will also be open as follows: September 15, 17, 18, 22, 24 and 25 7-9pm. Play will also take place between 2-4pm on September 14, 17 and 21.

Leagues will commence on Monday, September 28 and all entries should be received by Friday, September 18. Rink fees are £3.50 for members and £4.50 for non-members.

Anyone interested in joining should come along to the open days when staff will be available to give advice and bowls can be provided. The stadium is also available for short mat games and functions and further details can be provided by contacting the secretary Donna McCloy on 07764 469006.

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