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Recent results update

ALL SQUARE Another close contest with Llanddarog A (Thursday, 21/11/19) with a home match resulting in another draw. The singles proved to be a nail biting contest with Llanddarog A taking the win. The pairs and triples were even closer with both matches resulting in a draw. Derick skipped the fours to an impressive 14-7 win resulting in a positive shot difference for Llanpumsaint. BACK TO WINNING WAYS Llandyfaelog A were the visitors on the 28th November and the home team were determined to give a good account of themselves to try and gain as many points as possible. It was a nervous start to the singles but the score was an impressive 13-3 win for Aled. This spurred on the rest of the team with Peter and Huw winning 17-2 in the pairs. Girl power excelled in the triples with Nikki, Jill and Catrin winning a close fought match 11-9 and in a nail biting end to the fours it was all square at 8-8. Llanpumsaints 7-1 win means that they now sit in 7th position in Division 1 with 2 fixtures remaining before the Christmas break.


Llanpumsaint were the first Club to visit Alma after the Club had renovated their hall and we didn't know what to expect. There was still only one mat and it was going to be a very long night!! The evening kicked off with the fours skipped by Derick. After 6 ends Alma were leading 6-5 the final end was a nervous affair with Llanpumsaint picking up 2 on the last end to take a 7-6 win. Next up were the triples, again it was nip and tuck with Llanpumsaint again taking an 8-6 win. Peter and Huw took to the mat and continued the trend with with an 8-4 win. By now it was 10.15 p.m. and the final match of the evening. Dylan from Alma and Aled from Llanpumsaint playing the singles. Again it was a close and exciting match to watch with the first 5 ends being low scores only 1 shot in each end but the turning point was Dylan taking a 3 in the 6th end. The final score was 7-5 to Dylan. After a very late night Llanpumsaint won overall 6-2


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Due to the Corona Virus escalating the Officers of Carmarthenshire Short mat bowls have decided to postpone all competitions, we intend to hopefully arrange the Ko Cup and the Charity comp in October.

Unexpected End To The Season

Thursday 12th March saw the Club travel to Llandyfaelog to play the 'A' Team in what was to be the last game of the season. The Coronavirus saw the league competitions cut short with two weeks left b

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