Five-star Wadlow dominates at North Cambs Bowls Club’s county finals in Wisbech

11:47 25 February 2013

From left, North Cambs President Linda Stanton, ladies rinks champions Jackie Hearle, Lynn Quibell and Christine Wadlow and Chris Wright.

From left, North Cambs President Linda Stanton, ladies rinks champions Jackie Hearle, Lynn Quibell and Christine Wadlow and Chris Wright.

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IT was the Christine Wadlow and John Hines show at the weekend as the pair dominated North Cambs’ annual county finals at Wisbech Indoor Bowls Club.

Wadlow won all five of her finals, while Hines triumphed in three including the men’s senior singles.

Club presidents Chris Wright and Linda Stanton praised all the players who “entertained the spectators with some fantastic bowls and close games”.

Champions will represent North Cambs in the National EBF Indoor Championships at Newark in April.

For full results visit www.northcambsebf.co.uk

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