Bowls: Yorkshire aim to progress in Liberty Trophy

Bowls: Yorkshire aim to progress in Liberty Trophy

Bowls: Yorkshire aim to progress in Liberty Trophy

First published in Sport

Yorkshire will look to progress in the Liberty Trophy at the expense of Nottinghamshire at New Earswick IBC on Saturday, starting at noon.

Four of the six rinks playing will be skipped by York IBC players.

Thanet Road will be busy on Saturday when it stages three matches with the highlight being the Yetton Trophy tie between York and Redcar starting at noon.

At the same time, York men play Hornsea in Yorkshire League division three while Hornsea and Great Ayton will contest a Yetton Plate duel.

York play their long-awaited third round game against Leicester in the Vivienne Trophy on noon next Thursday after beating Lincoln at the beginning of November.

York were then given their second round tie after Dunholme could not raise a team.

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