West Ealing Bowls Club's women head to the National Championships next month full of hope after winning all five matches at Middlesex Finals Day.
The clean sweep mean west London’s finest will take on the rest of England at Leamington Spa brimming with confidence.
Megan Hunt picked up two titles to add to her U25 Pairs crown won previously. She beat C.Chatterton of Sunbury 21-6 in the Unbadged Singles and D.Jackman of Preston Park 21-14 in the Under 25 Singles.
Rene Barber won the Singles thanks to a 21-6 win over I.Morton of Bishop Duppas.
Janine Bancroft overcame B.Shiavi (North London) in a tight encounter to reclaim the Two Wood Singles title she previously held in 2012.
Sue Butcher and Ann Barrett erased memories of a single-shot defeat in last year's final to come from behind and claim the Pairs title beating Bush Hill Park, 24-10.
West Ealing's men had success of their own as Chris Ryan qualified for the Nationals by reaching the final of the Middlesex U25 Singles. He defeated current holder Glen Adams 21-14 in the semi final.
Elsewhere in Middlesex competitions, there was less success for the men.
Barry Wheeler and Nick Skidmore lost in the quarter-final of the Middlesex Pairs 18-23 to Holtwhites, while Paul Cater lost a hard fought singles quarter to P.Cook of Poplar, 20-21.
Robin Innes' attempt to reach the Officers Cup final were dashed when, after beating R.Roberts (Ealing Cons.) 21-10 in the quarter, he was defeated 21-15 by B.Moates of Harrow in the semi.
In the Bowls England Mixed Pairs, Butcher and Cater have qualified for the final stages, after easily overcoming Caversham 30-13 in the area final.
West Ealing strengthened their position in the Richmond & Barnes League after a resounding win against Masonians.
The rink of Dave Carter, Lionel Singleton, Martin Payne and Dave Ayton led the way with a 31-9 win that helped West Ealing to a 78-38 victory, earning all four points.
Meanwhile, Gunnersbury Park earned an honorable draw against Featherstone in the Victory Shield thanks to the rinks of John Smith and Emmanuel Papadopolous.
But Park experienced mixed fortunes in the Ad Finem league. Lawrence Peters, Terry O'Leary and Steve Powell lost 19-14 while Jim Headd, Mike Savage and Emmanuel Papadopolous won 17-14.
The Monday night triple of Savage, O'Leary and Smith beat Osterley 19-18 in a thrilling encounter, and Smith shone in recovering from 7-17 down to win 21-20 and reach the semi-final of the Gillette Cup.
Michael Scofield from Springfield Acton won the Middlesex unbadged singles on Sunday at Wealdstone to beat Ian Franklin from West Finchley 21-9.
Bowls at Brentham BC was rink-to-rink excitement in the Ealing and District 3-2-1 competition this week.
Two out of the three games reached a tie with one end to play. David Rogers of Brentham lost by a centimetre in the singles against Springfield but in the triples the lead changed six times before Ray Hodges powered his way through a crowded head of bowls to take the game with his last wood.
In other close matches, Paula Eaton and Mary Ainsby lost by one shot on the last end against West Ealing in the Ealing and District Pairs Competition and Barry Burgess and Rodney Hides won their Whiskey Pairs match by two shots against a team from Hayes.
There were wins also in the Ealing and District Triples for Ray Goodearl, Reg Kapoor and Rogers against a West Ealing team winning 19-4.
In the Ealing and District Mens Pairs a win for Burgess and Alwyn Roberts and in the Ladies Pairs a win for Christine McLeod and Beryl McEvoy against Rosedale.