Clock House Ladies enjoyed another busy and successful week on the local greens.

They faced Liberty of Havering in the County Albert Crabb Double Rink competition, where the combined scores from a home and away game decide the result.

Margaret Tinton, Jan Tallentire, Michelle Squires and Rebecca Smith won 22-15 at home, as Jane Preston, Angela Ueckermann, Debbie Walmsley and Serena Madgewick won 24-7 away to comfortably progress.

Clock House faced old adversaries Wanstead Central in the County Top Club semi-final on neutral turf at Haynes Park, with Hayley Kenny having a comfortable 21-7 win.

Angela Ueckermann and Rebecca Smith won the pairs 23-16, but Jane Preston, Debbie Walmsley and Serena Madgewick lost the triples 17-8.

Margaret Tinton, Jan Tallentire, Michelle Carlin and Michelle Squires won the fours 22-16, resulting in a 3-1 win overall, by 74-56 shots.

There was an early start at Tiptree for the semi-finals of the County Fours and Triples on Sunday, with spots at the National Championships at Leamington up for grabs.

Up first bidding for a third trip to Leamington in the fours were Kenny, Squires, Madgewick and Smith and, after a close game with Essex County, they came out on top 18-15 to book their tickets.

With little time to relax, Kenny and Smith were back on the green alongside Carlin in the triples semi-final against Wanstead Central, securing a 17-10 win and another Leamington spot.

The senior four of Preston, Tallentire, Walmsley and Squires could not make it a hat-trick, though, losing 18-11 to hosts Tiptree Jobserve.

County finals take place at Witham on July 29, where the fours face Holland-on-Sea and the triples take on Tiptree, before Clock House contest the County Top Club final the following day.