Draper in fine form for Church
SKETTY Church finished a successful season with a hard-earned win at home to Tawe, with Derek Draper's rink in good form as they defeated Ian Florence 22-13.
The other three rinks were evenly contested, but Tawe came out on top each time with Steve Price, Paul Richards and Dennis Richards all winning by a shot against Tom Snellgrove, Graham Clark and John Morgan to leave the points score 8-6 in favour of the third division champions.
They will be joined in the second division by Bonymaen, who finished runners-up.
Mumbles completed their season in style when they picked up maximum points from their home game against Clyne Valley.
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The rinks of Mark Bernard and Paul Stevens won by double-figure margins against Peter Worsley and Nick Ruggieri and the home side made no mistakes as Ian Jones and Dave Rabey battled to wins to leave the points score 14-0.
Manselton went into their final match nine points behind opponents Brynmill, but finished one point ahead after winning 85-69.
The Manselton rinks of Tony Phelps and Colin Lightfoot won well against Peter Thomas and Albert James and the home side went on to pick up 12 points when Gerry Grigg beat Ron Rees 20-17.
Brynmill picked up two points when John John beat Bill Hanney 23-17.
Salisbury finished above Fairfield after beating them by 23 shots at Victoria Park.
The Salisbury rink of Mike Halloran top-scored with a 27-7 win against Mike Howlett and the home side went on to secure 12 points with further wins for Glen Gwiliam and Mark Dunbar.
Fairfield picked up two points when John Higgins beat Peter Howell 21-13.