County silverware for local teams

Don Whyatt (centre) receives the A Jermy Cup on behalf of the mixed fours championship winners Downham Market from Hansells Consultant Jennifer George and Men's Norfolk EBA President John Ottaway.
Don Whyatt (centre) receives the A Jermy Cup on behalf of the mixed fours championship winners Downham Market from Hansells Consultant Jennifer George and Men's Norfolk EBA President John Ottaway.
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West Norfolk bowls players returned from the presentation lunch of the Men’s Section of the Norfolk Bowls Association with a haul of trophies.

Wootton Park trio Andy McNamara, Peter Stevenson and Liam Stevenson lifted the Arthur Bush Cup for winning the county triples championship. Runners-up were Max Harrison, Rocky Lewis and Peter Boldero of Downham. Harrison and Boldero were also runners-up in the Pairs Championship.

Roger Holden, Managing Partner of Hansells Solicitors and Financial Advisers, congratulates L to R Mike Smith, Andy McNamara, Liam Stevenson and Peter Stevenson of Wootton Park BC. Wootton Park won the triples championship. On the right is Men's Norfolk EBA President John Ottaway.

Roger Holden, Managing Partner of Hansells Solicitors and Financial Advisers, congratulates L to R Mike Smith, Andy McNamara, Liam Stevenson and Peter Stevenson of Wootton Park BC. Wootton Park won the triples championship. On the right is Men's Norfolk EBA President John Ottaway.

Downham went one better in the Mixed Fours Championship, lifting the A Jermy Cup. Hunstanton A were the Hansells Norfolk League West Division One champions and Shouldham A won Division Two.

Sponsors Hansells Solicitors and Financial Advisers’ managing partner Roger Holden congratulated everyone for another wonderful season, when Norfolk reached the final of the prestigious Middleton Cup.