A DOUBLE success has moved Windsor & Eton Bowls star Tony Scott further into two competitions this season.

Beating Stephen Hall of Caversham 21-6 puts Scott into round five of the National Senior Singles.

He followed that with a 21-14 victory against Mitch Cooper of Suttons and is now into the semi-finals of the county Singles.

Charlie Andrew

saw his run in the county Unbadged Singles come to an end when he was narrowly beaten by Marc Layton-Smith of the Royal Household, 22-20.

It has not been the best week for

Windsor & Eton

men playing in the KLV matches. The A team lost 71-44 at home to Wraysbury. Winning one rink (20-11), Rob Gordon, Chris Heitzmann and John Giles managed to claw two points, leaving the opponents with eight.

The B team also managed to hold on to two points having been beaten 63-40 at the Royal Household. The winning rink was Heitzmann, Andrew Smith and Martin Allum, who managed a 21-11 win.

There were no points for the C team who lost all rinks at home to Sunningdale B. The overall score was a disappointing 73-37.

There was a weekend away day down the M4 for a game at Royal Wootton Bassett but, just as well it was a friendly, as Windsor & Eton lost 123-114. The top rink, scoring 35-14, was Pauline Rawlings, Derek Smith, Alastair Gibson and Allum.

The KL side were at home to Reading, who are currently second in the division. The visitors won overall 89-55 (10-4 on points).

Two of the Goswell Meadow-based rinks tied for top honours at 14-13 so the decision was made counting ends won. The honours went to Steven Kratsis, Andrew, Kel Crump and Bret Long.