West Lothian IBC launched their campaign in the A Division of the gents Premier League with an encouraging 12 shot away win (75-63) over Fraserburgh.Read More
Neil Speirs skipped David Wilson Snr, Ian Drysdale ( Cpt), and Bryan Cooper to a 22-14 win over RF Clark while the rink of Nathan McKendrick, George Sneddon, Jamie Aitken, and Craig Moss triumphed 18-13 over D Murray.James Speirs skipped Richard Mark, Calum Black, and Gary Orr to a 14-13 win over B Buchan while Blair Mackie, Connor McKendrick, Raymond Logan, and Mark Allison lost 23-21 to S Murray.
This Saturday’s match is at home to West of Scotland and a couple of changes in personnel see the selectors bring in Cameron Greer and Jim Speirs in place of David Wilson and Calum Black.
The WLIBC announced two award winners for the 2018/19 season with The Players Player of The Year going to James Speirs while Richard Mark collected the Player of The Year.
Balbardie IBC just failed to get off to a winning start in their Division 1B campaign having produced a bold display before piped 77-73 away to Auchinleck. The rinks skipped by John Ellis and Mark Bonar won 29-18 and 22-12 respectively while Sandy McDougall lost 19-11 and Ewan Shearer 28-11. This Saturday’s fixture is at home to Tweedbank.
West Lothian Seniors produced a strong team performance to score a commanding 86-46 win over Fintry at The Inveralmond Stadium in the East A Section. Wins on all four rinks saw Geoerge Sneddon lead the way to skip George Clark, Davy Anderson, and Davy Boyd to a 22-7 win over Max Taylor. Duncan Lawson raced into a 16-1 lead en route to skipping Tommy Turnbull, Stan Gardiner, and John Lynas to a 22-9 win over R Newlands. Alistair Stenhouse added 2, 3, 3, 5 to lead 23-8 then skip Tom Brown, Brian Walker, and John Black to a 23-14 win over Ken McVicar. David Wilson clinched victory with a 3 at the last to skip Burnet Rose, George Marshall, and Ian Robertson to a 20-16 win over Denis Buchanan. West Lothian ere away to Stirling in yesterday’s fixture (Wed) while next week they are at home to Bainfield.
Balbardie Seniors failed to make home environment count in 72-60 defeat from Falkirk.
Yesterday’s fixture was a tough away visit to East Lothian while next they are at home to Midlothian.
West Lothian ladies won the bragging rights in their local derby match against Balbardie in Division 1East with a good away performance to triumph, 53-46. Both teams are away this Saturday with West Lothian visiting Headwell and Balbardie travelling to Tweedbank.