BOGNOR B played out a thrilling match against Pagham, coming out 87-71 winners in division two of the West Sussex Bowls League.
Having not played in the competition for close to a fortnight, the visitors may have thought the Waterloo Square side would be a little ring rusty.
But Bognor played some of their best bowls of the year in sealing a comfortable victory to take them to fourth in the table, just behind Pagham.
In Division One, Bognor A played out a draw with Tarring Priory, both teams remarkably registering scores of 70.
Chichester A put a 84-82 defeat to title favourites Worthing Pavilion A on Sunday quickly behind them, to comfortably dispatch Crablands 105-55 on Monday. Division three side Middleton sit bottom after a 104-63 loss to Petworth.
Elsewhere, Selsey’s Little Spain Bowling Club Selsey started off July, as they finished June, with another fine victory. This time it was away to RAFA at Bognor. Little Spain won on three of the four rinks and by 10 shots overall, 63-53.
Saturday also saw Little Spain’s second Spoons Drive Competition of the season.
After a fabulous afternoon’s bowling in hot and sunny conditions, Barbara Bond, Peter Armsby and Geoff Spicer (skip) emerged as winners and received their Spoons Trophies from club president Trevor Palmer.