East Lothian 10/1

Scottish Glory for Aaron Betts.  

A Scottish title returned to the Alex Marshall Arena on Sunday when Aaron Betts won the Scottish Under 18 singles title at Auchinleck.  East Lothian had previously won this title in 2014 when Calum Darling was the first winner of this event.

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East Lothian 27/12

There were mixed emotions at the Alex Marshall Arena following the National Pairs play-downs on Sunday with joy for gents’ pair of Scott Kennedy and Billy Mellors who secured a semi-final spot while there was heartache for the ladies pairing of Mags Thomson and Lauren Baillie-Whyte who were just pipped in the quarter final.

Billy Mellors & Scott Kennedy
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East Lothian 20/12

The gents returned to Premier League action last Saturday when they made the tough trip north to tackle Aberdeen, who are a notoriously strong home side, however, a win was a must in order to keep pace with Blantyre. 

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East Lothian13/12

The National Triples play-offs took place at Midlothian last weekend.  Our gents’ triple of Ewan Fallen, David Sked and Joe Mower recorded two great wins on Saturday to move through to the last sixteen on Sunday.

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East Lothian 6/12

The gents returned to Premier League action last Saturday and maintained their pursuit of Blantyre for top spot with an 85-71 victory over Abbeyview.  Leading the way were Scott Kennedy’s rink who produced an emphatic 30-14 win over Johnny Duff and they were ably backed up by the rink of Derek Oliver who defeated Stuart Pagan 25-17.  Joe Mower was involved in a tight game with Dylan Robertson and was just edged out 14-17 whilst Billy Mellor’s rink went down 16-23 to the rink of Paul Brown.  The gent’s next game is a trip to Aberdeen on the 14th December.

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East Lothian Bowling Report 26/11

The youths of the club were the stars once again last weekend as they won the Midlothian Tournament for a third year running on Saturday.  The team of Logan Kennedy, Ethan Gillies, Lennon Rafferty, Aaron Betts (skip), Callum Henderson, Luke Cowan, Beth Riva and Kieran Dodds (skip) lost their opening game 2-4 to Midlothian 1 but bounced back strongly by defeating Midlothian 2 by a 6-0 scoreline.  In their next fixture the young ones got themselves back into contention with an excellent 5-1 success over Abbeyview.  They then romped to another 6-0 victory, this time over East Fife, to set up a winner takes all clash in their final game against Bainfield.  A really strong first couple of ends saw the Garden County Young Yins lead 11-0 and they never looked back and ran out comfortable 6-0 winners to clinch the tournament with 25 points out of a possible 30 allowing Captain Beth Riva to collect the trophy.

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