Grattons were quick to take the home advantage and went into tea with a three-shot lead against West Hoathly.
Despite West Hoathly making a determined fight-back Grattons went on to win 133-111.
“A good win for us today. Particularly when we are playing some of our own members!”Grattons captain Alan
Captain Alan said: “A good win for us today. Particularly when we are playing some of our own members!”
Top rink was: Caroline Keay, Barrie Roderick, Sue Gisby and skip Brian Keeley.
Grattons visited Langney Sports near Eastbourne on Sunday.
Langney quickly took the lead and never gave it up. Grattons tried hard but went on to lose the match 95-131. Captain Terry said: “We all had an enjoyable afternoon, despite the score.”
Top rink was: Jen Hammond, John Hadley, Bert Smith and skip Adam Harding. Grattons also hosted the men’s Sussex County Fives competition on Sunday. A prestigious invitation competition. Grattons came second, a great result.
Grattons Ladies plus a few men travelled to Guildford to take on Wey Valley who came out on top in the end winning 106-100 in a close battle.
Captain Sue said: “A good afternoon and such a close game.” Top rink: Jean Beesley, Terry Schollar, Barrie Roderick and skip Carol Templeman.