Club on verge of eleventh league title

The club has now dropped just four points in it's last five match's with three successive maximum wins recently. Connaught B were the visitors to North Wymondham Community Centre last Monday and left empty handed after four good wins across the night by Wymondham. Then the club went to Hingham and dug deep to clinch all ten points. The first three ends of Chris Mann's match saw just him and Roger Steele play due to Owen Cranston's late arrival but saw them 3-0 up. The match from there was tight until the Wymondham triple rattled off the last five ends to win 16-7. Steve Easter, Simon Warnes and Debbie Sparham trailed 5-10 after eight ends but again finished strong picking up two five's to finish 24-14 winners. The second session saw Hayley Osborne, Melvyn Barker and Jack Pye led 15-4 with five ends remaining but were made to sweat as Hingham finished strongly to trail by just one at 16-15 going into the last end but picked up three shots to win 19-5. Billie Barker, John Jeffery and Jon Sparham won 24-8 but like the other two first half match's relied on a strong second half the match performance to win picking up sixteen shots over the last six ends. All four match's provided difficult periods for the triples but it was reassuring to see them all won.

It has to be said the unsavory and hurtful comments after the match directed towards the Wymondham captain were not warrented by some of the Hingham players especially when they did not know the full facts. The club does not intentionally go out to decieve or cover up when incidents happen as there is always an explanation and in this case it was found out after the match was played so then the captain could not have done anything about it. Anyone associated with the club knows it plays with respect and to the rules and nothing needs to be justified to anyone.