YORK Indoor Bowls Club followed their Yetton Trophy success against Harrogate with another big win against the same team - this time 91-37 in the Yorkshire Ladies' League.

York picked up eight of the 10 points at stake.

At home, Dot Kennelly, Kath Pepper, Melanie Brooke and Linda Harrison only lost four ends throughout their game and triumphed 25-4.

Maureen Walker, Pauline Armitage, Pauline Cooper and Helen Wood always had the advantage but were made to step up a gear after their opponents scored five shots over two ends to make the score 9-6. The home side pulled away to win all but two of the remaining 10 ends to finish 23-10.

In Harrogate, Maureen Robinson, Pat Bracken, Betty Richardson and Carol Instone were in excellent form as they came from 2-1 down to lead 9-2 and only lost four more ends as they comfortably won 30-6.

Gill Godden's rink provided the home side with their only victory in the Yetton Trophy match and they did the same this time.

York's Pat Potter, Jean Williams, Sue Kirkpatrick and Sheila Turpin looked to be on course for a victory as they came from 7-1 down to lead 12-8 with four ends to play but the home side had the better of the run-in, scoring nine shots in three winning ends to finish as 17-13 victors.

Tomorrow at noon, York Romans complete their Yorkshire Over-55s League division two match against Scarborough, following today's away leg.

On Saturday at noon, York's women play North Cave in the Yetton Trophy while the men play Doncaster in the Denny Cup.

On Sunday, York face a tough job as they play last season's beaten semi-finalists, Spalding, in the EIBA's Top Club competition. The game is at Doncaster IBC, starting at 11am.

On Monday, York 'A' meet Harrogate in the EIBA Over-60s Double Rinks competition, and on Tuesday, York 'B' face Doncaster. Both games start at 12.30pm.

York were given a walkover in their Egham Trophy tie against Hornsea, and they now play Harrogate in the next round a week on Sunday, starting at 10am.