THE teams leaving the Paisley and District Bowling Association First Division through the trap door have been decided.
Victoria and Renfrew are both relegated to the Second Division but the First Division champion still hasn’t been decided.
Caledonia stand at the top of the table waiting patiently for one of their rivals to complete their scheduled fixtures.
However, second-placed Charleston, who are just seven points behind Caledonia, saw their latest match stopped due to the wet weather.
They were down to play Elderslie in their final outing of the season but the match was abandoned after five ends due to the weather – and will be resumed at a mutually suitable date.
That means Charleston need to score at least an 8-0 victory over Elderslie in their rearranged match in order to overtake Caledonia and pip them for the Championship.
In one of the other First Division games that was played to a finish, Kilbarchan defeated Renfrew 12-4.
Heading into the First Division next season are Meikleriggs and Linwood.
Meikleriggs took the Division Two title, finishing 13 points clear of their nearest rivals.
In other news, Shanks will be looking to protect their lead when they resume today in the Johnstone and District Two Teams League.
Currently, they enjoy a nine point advantage of nearest rivals Johnstone going into today’s games.
Shanks take on Woodlands, while Johnstone must sit idle.
The other fixtures are as follows: Bishopton v Robertson Park, Inchinnan v JG Fleming.
The remaining fixtures for the Johnstone and District Two Teams League are as follows: (Wednesday, July 25) Woodlands v Johnstone, Inchinnan v Shanks, Robertson Park v JG Fleming, no game Bishopton, (Wednesday, August 1): Bishopton v Woodlands, Inchinnan v Johnstone, Shanks v JG Fleming. No game Robertson Park.
Today’s fixtures for the Johnstone and District Bowling Six Teams League are as follows: Crofthead v Inkerman, Erskine v Spateston, Robertson Park v Lochwinnoch, Inchinnan v Johnstone, Bishopton v Woodlands, Shanks v Lilybank, Arthurlie v Midton, Brookfield v JG Fleming.
Table-toppers are Lochwinnoch, who enjoy a two-point lead over Houston side JG Fleming.