We now have seven men and 6 women in the Summer team, so we won’t all play in the doubles or gallon. It wasn’t the most organised of evenings, but we held our other pub team to a 7 all draw.
Sadly I lost my doubles game, though did get the winning double in one leg.
Hubby and I have been playing at home and I’ve changed my game a little, trying to concentrate more on the top of the board the way I used to when I played in the ’80s.
Still no scores over 100 to get on the back of the sheet, but I didn’t do too badly with a few in the 70s and 80s and a couple in the 90s, my best being 97.
The ladies lost in the 701 gallon too, so it was all up to the guys for their 1001 down.
I was chalking, and it was one of the fastest games I’ve known. There were a lot of high scores, but our lads played really well and were 200 ahead at one stage.
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