Melton and District Indoor Bowls Club celebrated a year of great sport at their annual presentation evening with several club winners going ob to claim county titles.
Chris Rodgers won the men’s singles, while Sue Lemon was ladies singles champion and open over 65s single winner.
The men’s pairs went to Gerald Moore and John Robinson, with the ladies title going to Sue Dixon and Marilyn Vye.
Mel Bass, Don Welch and Chris Rodgers went on to win the men’s triples county title after taking the club honour, with Ron Wakelin substituting for Mel.
Ladies’ triples winners were Eva Radford, Sue Lemon and Carol Orridge.
Don Welch had a busy evening, also picking up the men’s over 60s singles title, which he then won at county level, too, while Geoff Kidney and Peter White won the men’s over 60s pairs.
The men’s fours winners were Les Gillett, Mel Bass, Don Welch and Chris Rodgers, with Eva Radford, Sue Lemon, Jean Ladkin and Carol Orridge securing the ladies’ title. This rink went on to win the county Fours, with Rita James substituting for Jean.
The ladies’ two-wood triples was won by Erica Warrington, Viv James and Rita James, and the two-wood pairs by Glenise Marshall and Sue Lemon.
Malcolm Lomax lifted the novice singles trophy, and also won the novice pairs with his wife Carol.
The mixed pairs was won by grandmother and grandson combination Glenise Marshall and Jordan Butcher, and the mixed Fours went to Sue Dixon, Marilyn Vye, Don Welch and Chris Rodgers.