Ballymena still lead the way in Midweek Triples

Bowls.
Bowls.

Play has continued in recent weeks in the Midweek Triples League bowls competition.

Ballymena remain the pacesetters after a win over Old Bleach in their most recent outing.

Ahoghill remain in second place but their hopes suffered a setback when they were beaten at home by Antrim I, who took all five points from their visit to the Cullybackey Road venue.

Latest results are:

Ahoghill 33 shots (0 points), Antrim II 53 (5 points): J Marks 5, R Kennedy 20; J Patterson 16, B Moore 17; G Beattie 12, M Clewer 16.

Broughshane 36 (0), Ahoghill 54 (5): F Wilson 9, J Patterson 15; B Parkhill 14, G Davidson 17; WJ Surgenor 13, J Marks 22.

Old Bleach 32 (1), Ballymena 39 (4): Ed Evans 17, N McFadden 8; Jordan Millar 8, P Davidson 18; D Selfridge 7, R Mark 13.

Antrim I 56 (5), Broughshane 31 (0): J Marks 18, G Davidson 12; F COulter 19, F Wilson 11; T Evans 19, W Surgenor 8.

Ahoghill 44 (4), Antrim I 42 (1): J Marks 16, T Evans 14; J Patterson 10, R Walker 20; G Beattie 18, J Marks 8.

Latest standings in the league are:

Ballymena, played 5, points 22.

Ahoghill, played 6, points 18.

Portglenone, played 4, points 11.5.

Old Bleach, played 5, points 11.

Antrim II, played 4, points 9.5.

Antrim I, played 5, points 7.

Broughshane, played 5, points 1.

After the break over the holiday period, the league will resume shortly and will continue until September, when the final of the league’s knockout competition, the Connie Scott Cup, will conclude the campaign.