Eastern Valley Bowling Association

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14 September 21

Cwmbran Park took advantage of not having an MBA fixture on Saturday, and made the quick trip north to play a re-arranged fixture against Panteg House - with the knowledge that 2 points would be enough to regain the Eastern Valley Bowling Association league title that they'd previously held on more than 20 occasions.Panteg House tried to stop them, but were ultimately unsuccessful in preventing the visitors maintaining their 100% league record this season, going down to a 54-100 (2-12) defeat which handed Cwmbran park the title.

Croesyceiliog became the first club to complete their 14 fixtures this season when they hosted Garndiffaith at Woodland Road last night.The home side were looking to cement a third-place finish in the table, and scored a 85-43 (14-0) victory in the process.Whether they finish third or fourth is out of their hands now, as Pontypool Park Girlings have a few games in hand that will ultimately decide the look of the top-half of the table.

8 September 21

Another 2 games played last night:Panteg House recorded a 71-44 victory over Garndiffaith, picking up the maximum 14 points in the process.Croesyciliog kept up their push for a third-place finish with a 70-45 (12-2) defeat of Pontyfelin.Cwmbran Park and Blaenavon were not in action, so the destination of the title is still not yet resolved.image.png

1 September21

Just one result to report from last night for the "catch-up" games saw Cwmbran Park secure a 66-41 (12-2) win over Panteg Park. This maintains Cwmbran Park's 100% record in the league this season, and moves them one step closer to reclaiming the title with 2 games in hand over nearest challengers Blaenavon. 

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26 August 21

Panteg Park held their nerve and won at home against Pontypool Park Girlings by a single shot, 68-67 (9-5).Croesyceiliog repeated their feat from last week, securing the points in a visit to Blaenavon this time - the home side slipping to a 64-73 (4-10) defeat.Whilst that was happening, Pontyfelin were unable to slow Cwmbran Park's currently undefeated charge for the title - going down to a 26-119 (0-14) defeat at home. As a result of Blaenavon only managing 4 points last night and Cwmbran Park scoring the maximum 14, it means we have a different name at the top of the table since the first week of matches played this season.


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Last Modified on: 14-09-2021