ABBEY SOCIAL staged their annual games presentation recently and while the club did not enjoy too much success last season on the league fronts there was not lack of competitive spirit from the Meadow Street side.
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Abbey 's own averages awards in the three leagues went to Colin Blakemore, Geoff Simmons, Roy Stringer, Arthur Horobin, Stu Watts (darts), Terry Cowley, Graham Goddard, Arthur Daffern, Paul Rushton, Jack Phillips (old game), Tony Heath, John Horton, Arthur Gilbey (5s&3s), Andy Henworth, Henry Hope (crib), Eddie Trowell (whist whist, card game for four players, those on opposite sides of the table being partners. The full pack of 52 cards is dealt. The dealer's last card is turned up to indicate trump, and after he draws this card in hand, the player on the left of the dealer leads. ), Geoff Simmons, Colin Blakemore (don).