Tuesday, 6 December 2016
Diss have entered four teams in the City of Norwich Winter League - Waveney, Black Cats, Florin (3rd div) and Bloomers (1st)
Black Cats 1, Shoulder of Mutton 2
Florin 2, Winter Warmers 1
Wanderers 3, Bloomers 0
Shoulder of Mutton 2, Waveney 1
Black Cats 0, Florin 3
Waveney 1, Black Cats 2
League tables can be viewed here... https://norwichpetanque.wordpress.com/league-tables/
Wednesday, 2 November 2016
The Norfolk and Norwich Winter League starts this Sunday. Diss have entered four teams, which includes quite a few of us that moved over from the Bressingham club.
It is also known that the Diss committee have decided on three teams for next summer. Waveny and Flyers will continue (albeit with some changes in personnel) and Myself and Pat will be part of the third team, mixing it with less experienced/emergency players.
We had some good weather late on this summer, with plenty of events and competitions going on (Les was all over the place). I managed to play at the Eels Foot Inn for the first time ever. They have a great set up there with four 'smooth granite pistes' and two others with a little more stone.
A few of us also went along to the '51' Victoria Petanque Club opening of the new terrain near Atlleborough. The pistes played really well (they had the proper stuff on top, unlike Diss).
|Eells Foot Inn. Pistes are unusually staggered to fit the space that was available.|
Friday, 16 September 2016
Les Garnier 2, Bressingham Flyers 3
With the match all square at 2-2 and with the scores at 12-12 in the very last game, Les threw the very last boule of the very last end, to win the very last point which gave us the win, which kept us up! Not only that but we could finish the season in 4th place if other results go our way (will soon find out). I think this may have been our only away win all season!
Earlier, I rescued a baby frog and a large beetle from the terrain. There was also a floodlight failure which added to the drama. As usual, the Garnier team supplied us with a great food selection after the match.
Tuesday, 13 September 2016
Diss Flyers 3, Norwich Blue 2
An entertaining match played in the right spirit. This win sets up an interesting finale as either Gauloises, Norwich Diamonds or ourselves will accompany The Hunters (who had to pull out) in the lowest tier next season. Points difference may even come into play.
League tables here... http://www.ncpa.webeden.co.uk/#/division-2-league-table-16/4591638488
Monday, 5 September 2016
Diss Waveney 3, Diss Flyers 2
Winning two out of three pairs games wasn't enough to turn this match around for Flyers.
Put simply, two wins from our last two matches will keep us up. One win might also be enough but would depend on results elsewhere.
Next up is Norwich Blue at home, then Les Garnier away.
Saturday, 20 August 2016
After two successive 5-0 defeats, this victory came as some relief. All eight players won a game - a good effort all round.. No match next week.
League table here (normally updated on Monday)... http://www.ncpa.webeden.co.uk/#/division-2-league-table-16/4591638488
Wednesday, 10 August 2016
After the unfortunate withdrawal of The Hunters and subsequently, with all their matches being declared void (you can read the full story here... http://www.ncpa.webeden.co.uk/), Diss Flyers shot up a few places. However, losing heavily to Sprowston last Thursday has dumped us back where we started. Still time to amend things though.
ASCL - Framsden Doberman 2, Bressingham Flyers 2
NCPA Plate Q/F - Les Garnier 4 Diss Flyers 1