A large emergency service response was called to Acle Bridge earlier this afternoon - Credit: Archant. They arrived on scene eight minutes later. A fleet of ambulances, alongside police, a forensic van and the fire service were called to Acle this afternoon - Credit: Archant.
A fleet of ambulances, alongside police, a forensic van and the fire service were called to Acle this afternoon - Credit: Archant. The death of a man in his 40s on a boat in the Bro is not being treated as suspicious, police have said. Officers from Norfolk Constabulary were called to Acle Bridge, near the Dunes River Cafe, at 1pm on Saturday, December 5 following reports the body of a man had been found onboard a boat.
We also offer the opportunity to enter Club, County or National competitions. We also offer the opportunity to enter club, County or National competitions. At Acle Indoor Bowls Club, we always welcome new members. Beginners can take advantage of free hire of equipment and coaching by our fully qualified coaches.
This service is also free of charge. We also have a special wheelchair for use on the rinks, for the disabled. Of course, experienced bowlers of any level are also made more than welcome at Acle. During these sessions, various events take place:. All very light hearted and a half time cup of something refreshing goes down very nicely. You may even be in the money at the end of it all.
For those who require help. Meet friends, have a game and then a drink either in the Bowls Lounge or the Recreation Centre Bar, and on occasions why not a enjoy a meal.
A club steward is always on call in the Bowls Lounge to assist, making your game and visit an enjoyable social occasion. Sport is all about enjoyment and competing, there are many internal club leagues and for those a bit more adventurous Acle Indoor Bowls are represented in County Leagues.
The club was the first in the country to have live streaming of the games in progress.
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It currently boasts 4 HD Cameras covering all 6 rinks at both ends. Match Reports.
Internal Leagues Click on a day. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday. Friday Summer Leagues.
County Leagues. Mixed Pairs. Handicap Singles. In what has turned Well off man looking for Acle to be the final game of the season the Mens A went off to play County Arts on Sat. David Crosby, Ivan Borrett, Denis Goodley and Roger Barnbrook were down at 5 ends then a 5 on the 9 th made itat 16 and finished winning Richard Pope, Jim Fruin, Graham Punchard and Simon Elliott dropped a 5 and were down at 7 ends but by 13 were up and went on to win Acle Indoor Bowls Club retained the County Well off man looking for Acle double rink league for the second season and have en undefeated at home and away for the past 2 years.
Brian Kirby, Ian Anderson, Ivan Borrett and Roger Barnbrook went at 10 then at 14, dropped a 5 on the 17 th and drew 20 each. At home to Lynnsport the Mens A team were intent of another win to keep in touch with the top of the table. Brian Kirby, Ian Anderson,Denis Goodley and Roger Barnbrook cruised to a lead at 10 ends with a 6 on the 6 thby 15 it was and another 6 on the 19 th gave them a win. Robert Brooks, Ivan Borrett, Paul Webb and George Tubby picked up a 5 on the 2 nd end and by 10 ends it was10 at 10 and won Richard Pope, Barney Wymer, Graham Punchard and Simon Elliott were at 10, at 15 and despite dropping a 4 on the final end won Robert Brooks, Brian Kirby Paul Webb and George Tubby were at 10, at 15 dropped a 4 on the 19 th scored the one shot on the final end to win Josh Baxter rink were at 15 ends but lost Away to Diss the Mens A Team wanted a win to keep the second spot and still keep in touch with the county Championship.
Playing Roundwood the Over 60 Double rinks were looking for a win to take them into the final National Playing Kingsthorpe in the National Top Club Competition at Chesterton was a daunting task but spirits and confidence was high. In the Ladies Singles Sheila Stacey cruised into a lead and won Mark Elliott lost Mens singles Jenny Kirby with George Tubby won the Pairs However with all players intent of proving their ability the games were action packed.
At home to Gallows the Mens A was expecting a close game and it went to the final end. Paul Nicholls, Robert Brooks, Paul Webb and George Tubby started with a 6 and by 10 ends were up and all on form went on to win Mark Elliott, Geoff Ramsbottom, Ivan Borrett and Josh Baxter were 8 each at 11 ends, 13 each at 15 and 3 shots on the penultimate end made it and with the final end of the game to play 76 One shot on that final end secured a win and the game.
Result 77 — 75 and 5 — 2 pts. At home to bottom of the table Roundwood the Mens A team were intent on Well off man looking for Acle good win. Mark Elliott, Ivan Borrett, Darren Rowsell and Josh Baxter were at 10, at 15 and concluded a good team performance winning Jenny Kirby with George Tubby were the last to finish in the pairs and what looked like the impossible shot was needed to win. Needing 2 to draw George pulled it off to finish 21 each and win the game by shots difference. Away to Beccles was going to be a challenge for the Mens A and it would need full concentration.
Mark Elliott, Geoff Ramsbottom, Darren Rowsell and Rob Parker were down at 10, a sensational 6 on the 14 th made it and despite only winning 7 ends won Playing Pentney in the Denny Cup Acle Men were expecting a comfortable win but could not be complacent. Richard Pope Ian Anderson, Josh Baxter and Simon Elliott were down at 10 then picked up a 6 and then went on to go after 16 ends at which point Pentney conceded. At home to Diss the Mens Well off man looking for Acle Team needed to win and win well.
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Brian Kirby, Ian AndersonJosh Baxter and Rob Parker were 8 each at 10 ends then hit a winning streak to go at 15 and went on to win Geoff Ramsbottom, Jim Fruin,Denis Goodley and Roger Barnbrook scored a 6 on the 5 th to be up, by 15 it was and only losing 6 ends won Away to Lynnsport the Mens A had a tough start to the season and found the long journey a disadvantage.
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By 5 ends they were up and by 10now dominating and a large audience watching the game on the cameras they romped home Taking the long journey away was Joy Pearson, Jenny Ramsbottom, Barbara Meeks and Geraldine and on a difficult surface they dropped a 5 on the 3 rd end but by 11 ends came back to 9 eachkeeping the opposition poor the game finished Sue Moore,Jude Ward and Mel Haylett scored a 6 on the 3 rd enda 5 on the 7 th but dropped 7 on the 12 th but won Tia Linford, Andrea Morton and Geraldine Reeve scored a 5 on the 6 thwere 12 each at 10 but won Up against Norfolk Bowling Club A in the Mason Trophy was a daunting task and would need a little piece of magic to go forward into the 5 th round.
At home was Sheila Stacey, Gwyn Xuereb, Marie Morton and Jenny Kirby and they got off with a flyer going up at 5 ends, 5 on the 8 th made itall four in top form by 12 ends it was and the game conceded at 16ends with the score With the total score at the white flag was raised by Bowling Club as Acle Girls progressed in to round 5 with a place in the National Quarter Final to play for.
Away to N. Walsham the Ladies A Team knew it was imperative to return with points to still be in the chase for the Well off man looking for Acle Title. Tia Linford, Andrea Morton and Geraldine Reeve were up at 7 ends and with both front players Well off man looking for Acle top form they went and won Sandra Faircloth, Jude Ward and Mel Haylett were at 5 endsat 10 and in a good game won Jenny Ramsbottom, Jess Murison and Jenny Kirby were at 5, at 10 and only losing 5 ends won Result and pts A result that keeps them top at moment with one game to play.
At home to N. Walsham the Ladies A considered this a Banana skin game and it proved to be despite last minute drama. At 11 ends it was but then scored 10 shots over the final 3 ends to win and set up a grandstand finish to the game.
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After a delay on one rink it eventually left Acle 52 — 51 up, the last end was critical and despite a valiant effort by Jenny it finished The Next day away to Gallows another Banana Skin was prevalent. Result and pts and the league championship back in the melting Pot. The B Team playing Bowling Club A drew away 18 each but at home lost and bowed out of the competition At home Sheila Stacey, Jackie Smith, Marie Morton and Jenny Kirby were level at 10 ends at 10 each but a 6 on Well off man looking for Acle 13 th put them in charge and finished winning They now play Bowling Club A in the 4th round.
A disappointing result but keeps them top of the table with 83pts. At home to the Dell the Ladies A Team were intent on continuing their winning form to keep top of the table. Brenda Cole, Marie Morton and Jenny Kirby scored a 7 on the 5 th end and by 10 ends were up, going on to a big win Sheila Stacey, Sue Moore and Geraldine Reeve scored 8 shots in 3 ends to go up and went on to win Ladies A played Ladies B in the top division and the result when with the form book.
On Thursday away to County Arts the Ladies A had some players unavailable and lost on all rinks, but the following day at home to Diss they bounced back to keep top of the league. Sandra Faircloth, Elaine Cole, and Geraldine Reeve picked up a 7 on the 5 th end, then a 5 on the 11 th and won The Mason B Team played N.
With both Teams going into the Next round. Away to Hunstanton the Ladies A long Journey to the seaside was bringing back memories of last years heavy defeat but hoping for a change of fortune.