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After a bad start to their league games this season, Dromore B team have had a sharp return to form and are now even sitting top of the table after picking up another seven points on Saturday.

This time, they defeated Lagan Valley by a full 42 shots at Holm Park.

Rink 1 J. Black D. Brown S. Harrison S. Malcomson.

Rink 2 N. Lindsay C. Davis C. Lindsay R. Malcomson

Rink 3 K. Poots G. Gilliland T. Wilson A. Sudlow

Rink 4 D. Graham W.J.Morgan H. Maxwell T. Sudlow.

In the first half of the game, the Juniors showed that they meant business as they had built up a lead of no less than 28 shots with all rinks ahead. S Malcomson was leading by six, R Malcomson with counts of five and six on two ends was twelve ahead, A. Sudlow was two to the good and T Sudlow scored six on end seven to lead by eight.

In the third quarter, the Juniors had moved on to be 34 ahead with all rinks still leading. S.Malcomson now led by ten, R. Malcomson had a lean spell but still had a lead of eight, A. Sudlow had a lead of six and T Sudlow was ten to the good.

The Juniors finished strongly to take all seven points. S. Malcomson was eight up, R. Malcomson eleven, A. Sudlow three up and the unstoppable T. Sudlow 20 shots to the good.

In their league game last Tuesday evening against Dungannon, Dromore scored a big win taking all seven points again.

Tomorrow (Wednesday), Dromore are away to Rathfriland. Saturday is Irish Cup day and at present Dromore’s league games against Lurgan may be put back until Tuesday evening.

Dromore Ladies

Dromore Ladies travelled to Newcastle last week to play Castle Park in a Junior League fixture.

This was the third time in eight days that the teams had faced each other in a competitive game and it turned out to be a third consecutive success for the in-form Dromore girls.

Despite having won the two previous encounters, Dromore were not confident of success as Castle Ladies are a tough nut to crack on their home green.

However, the Dromore girls are proving even harder to beat on their current purple patch and Rink One quickly established a winning margin to record a 15 shot victory. Rink Two took longer to settle to their task, losing five shots on the first end.

This early setback did not upset them, however, and they went on to record a seven shot win . The maximum of five league points were therefore gained.

RINK 1 : L GRIBBEN, P HAYES, M DAWSON, L AIKEN. Won 22 - 9

RINK 2 : B LINDSAY, M WARD, C OGLE, J MALCOLMSON. Won 22 - 15

C OGLE