BALERNO and Currie’s undefeated run came to an end when Selkirk’s riflemen showed their true colours by posting their best score of the season and taking revenge for the away loss to their visitors a couple of weeks ago.
Balerno’s score was well down on their efforts in the previous meeting and was their lowest this season. Eight to zip in the matchplay also says something about the scale of the win for the home team.
Their top scorer was Bill Vaughan with a pair of 99s, while Frank Gifford and Ryan Bain were best for Balerno with 190 each.
These two teams are now tied at the top of the table with one loss each, but Selkirk take the top spot on aggregate.