MINEHEAD Bowling Club’s Ladies secured their first win in the Somerset County League against North Petherton away,  winning on two out of the three rinks and by seven shots.  

This was repeated with another win overall by just one shot with a win, a loss and a draw.  Capitalising on their success, they were drawn against Watchet in the Top Club and narrowly beat them away with a win in the singles, pairs and rinks.  Having not done so well in the local Evelyn Yandle on June 3 (losing on both rinks), Minehead won on both rinks on the 10th at home The men also started well in June securing a close win in the Double Rink away against the City of Wells.  It was a tie on both rinks after 18 ends with a one-shot win in the extra end.

They also secured a win by two shots in the local Jack Stevens competition against Watchet on  June 3 by 2 shots.  On the 10th v Porlock they won on two rinks at home but lost on two away.  Then on June 8 the men secured a big win, claiming all 12 points against North Petherton B at home in the County League.