Summer Skittles Tournament 2016

Table (Final Standings)






Pin Merit




6 0 0 173  


Lodge of Science


2 1 3 35  


Love and Honour


2 1 3 -46  


Royal Clarence


0 2 4 -162  



The final match between Lodge of Science and Royal Clarence was unable to be arranged therefore a 0-0 draw was agreed.

30th August 2016
Benevolent: 359, Lodge of Science: 346
Joe Guidi (Benevolent) 56, including 18 spare

30th August 2016
Royal Clarence: 297, Love and Honour: 307

3rd August 2016
Love and Honour: 326, Benevolent: 341
Stuart Talbott (Love and Honour) 51

1st August 2016
Love and Honour: 327, Lodge of Science: 315

28th July 2016
Benevolent: 321, Royal Clarence: 310

18th July 2016
Royal Clarence: 272, Benevolent: 333

6th July 2016
Lodge of Science: 385, Love and Honour: 377
Julian (Lodge of Science) 62

28th June 2016
Royal Clarence: 264, Lodge of Science: 344
Benevolent: 364, Love and Honour: 319
Jason Chant (Benevolent) 61, 16 spare

20th June 2016
Lodge of Science: 338, Benevolent: 366
Jon Reach (Lodge of Science) 16 spare
James Adlem (Lodge of Science) 62

15th June 2016
Love and Honour: 334Royal Clarence: 334
David Cole (Love and Honour) 57, 16 Spare


Benevolent – Adrian Ambrosini 07831556551 or
Love and Honour -Mark Ambrosini 07717861122 or
Lodge of Science – Kevin Aldred
Royal Clarence – Richard Lyons 01749 841464 or


June 6th – June 19th
Love & Honour v Royal Clarence
Lodge of Science v Benevolent

June 20th – July 3rd
Benevolent v Love & Honour
Royal Clarence v Lodge of Science

July 4th – July 17th
Lodge of Science v Love & Honour
Royal Clarence v Benevolent

July 18th – July 31st
Benevolent v Royal Clarence
Love & Honour v Lodge of Science

Aug 1st – Aug 14th
Lodge of Science v Royal Clarence
Love & Honour v Benevolent

Aug 15th – Aug 28th
Royal Clarence v Love & Honour
Benevolent v Lodge of Science

Early September (date tbc)
Grand Final and Prize Giving


  • Top team
  • Best Individual score in one match
  • Highest Spare
  • Plus others


  1. Points awarded as follows: 2 for a win and 1 for a draw
  2. Games to start at 8pm if possible to allow time to chat afterwards
  3. Home teams to start
  4. 6 legs to be played
  5. Home team to pay sticker-up and any alley fees
  6. Home team captain to record scores and email to or text to 07882 516420
  7. Results to include anyone scoring over 50 points for the Highest Score prize
  8. 5 pins per leg will be awarded for any missing players

The teams to be made up of five Lodge Members and partners plus three guests and partners, it is hoped that the guests could be either prospective candidates or lapsed brethren, and the games will be played with the members and guests playing the first leg and their partners playing the second and so on. This gives everyone a chance to play and allows it to finish at a reasonable time. Games to be started by 8 pm if possible to allow time to chat afterwards.
The home team should contact the away team to arrange a date to play the match within the two week time frame allocated, the home team will pay the sticker-up, and it is up to the teams to decide if they wish to play for the supper.
Each player is asked to pay one pound per game to be presented to the Provincial Charities at the at the Grand Final, this should raise five hundred pounds, (an easy and pleasant way to raise a good sum).