WINDSOR Great Park sealed the runners-up spot in Division Two East of the Kennet LV League after beating Desborough B 48-43 (8-2 on points) in the last game of the season.

A fine season saw them lose just two games all year, both of which were to eventual champions Maidenhead Town B.

In a men's triples friendly, Park were edged out 96-95 by Windlesham. Top rink honours went to Ian Martin, Ted Kelly and skip Ken Kinghorn.

Windsor Great Park won three of the five winks in their game at Suttons, but still lost 103-92.

Skip Charlie Dorey with new member Cathy Meese, Peter Simms and Gail Dorey were the stand-out performers.

Windsor Great Park held their annual Open Day last weekend and despite gale force winds, more than 30 people turned up to try the game of bowls and sample the homemade cakes.

The day was a huge success with the Park welcoming 11 new members to the club.

ROYAL Household won five of the six rinks in their mixed friendly at home to Chippenham, running out convincing 134-93.

Top rink honours went to skip Mark Stanley, Betty Crisp, Alastair Nicolson and Pat Carson. They won 36-16.

Bowls Dorset proved too strong for Royal Household as they ran out 128-124 victors, despite the two sides winning three rinks apiece.

With impressive bowling from Sid Cannon throughout the game, the rink skipped by Mark Stanley, with Chrissie Gifford and Colin Carson (22-15) were the top rink.