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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

With the domestic fixture done and dusted the Sheldon and District Winter League have been winding down their season with various knockouts, two of which have been the singles and doubles knockouts. Dunky’s Boys supplied two of the last four players in the singles with Bob Nixon beating Terry Webster (East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association) 2-1 while his team mate John Sidwell lost out 2-0 to Greville Arms representative Luis Barberan. The final saw Nixon once again win 2-0 with Barberan runner up. As in the singles Dunky’s Boys again had two in the last four and again only one made it to the final as Andy Hutchings and Pete Yardley beat Brad Evans and Matt Morgan (Pavillions) 2-0 and Jason Jennings and Simon Edwards lost 2-0 to Noel Hall and Shaun Hoccom (Maggies). The final went the full three legs distance with Hutchings and Yardley taking the title leaving Hall and Hoccom runners up. Full Results:Singles Knockout:Last Sixteen:- Jason Jennings 0 Ian Spence 2, James Buttle 0 Terry Webster 2, Dave Humphries 0 Bob Nixon 2, Dean Young 2 Sean O’Donnell 1, Shay Darby 2 Dave Howlett 1, John Sidwell 2 Mark Wall 1, Neil Parsonage 0 Kris Green 2, Pete Yardley 1 Luis Barberan 2, Quarter Finals:- Ian Spence 0 Terry Webster 2, Bob Nixon 2 Dean Young 0, Shay Darby 0 John Sidwell 2, Kris Green 0 Luis Barberan 2, Semi Finals:- Terry Webster 1 Bob Nixon 2, John Sidwell 0 Luis Barberan 2, Final:- Bob Nixon 2 Luis Barberan 0, Doubles Knockout:Last Sixteen:- N.Davis & D.Horley 1 S.Hicks & J.Smyth 2, B.Evans & M.Morgan 2 T.Rainsford & P.Byrne 0, C.Millward & D.Humphries 0 A.Hutchings & P.Yardley 2, D.Sheridan & D.Compton 2 J.Buttle & K.Green 1, R.Earl & J.Evans 2 M.Birch & B.Liggins 1, B.Nixon & J.Sidwell 1 J.Jennings & S.Edwards 2, A.Hegney & S.Barratt 1 N.Hall & S.Hoccom 2, M.Stait & S.Lysaght 2 R.Parry & J.Green 1, Quarter Finals:- Sam Hicks & John Smyth 0 Brad Evans & Matt Morgan 2, Andy Hutchings & Pete Yardley 2 Dave Sheridan & Tom Compton 1, Rob Earl & Jason Evans 1 Jason Jennings & Simon Edwards 2, Noel Hall & Shaun Hoccom 2 Matt Stait & Sean Lysaght 1, Semi Finals:- Brad Evans & Matt Morgan 0 Andy Hutchings & Pete Yardley 2, Jason Jennings & Simon Edwards 0 Noel Hall & Shaun Hoccom 2, Final:- Andy Hutchings & Pete Yardley 2 Noel Hall & Shaun Hoccom 1.
Players in the Erdington Red Lion Double Top League have played all 52 of their fixtures and taking the title with 129 points was Will Naylor who finished sixteen points ahead of runner up Dean Bayliss. What a season Naylor has had as not only did he clinch the main title but he also had the highest finish of 154, least darts which was 7 and in addition to all that hit the most tons, a total of 97. The highest break of 160 was recorded by both Dean Bayliss and John Frost while Frost also shared the most 180’s with Matthew Cain, both players hitting no fewer than 4. Being as the league pay out for every place in the table there will be two play off’s as Lewis Bayliss and Jim Frost both finished on 103 points and Clive Austin and Lee Austin ended on 67 points. Full Results:Week 27:- Dean Bayliss 1 Jim Frost 2, Alex Downes 1 Lee Austin 2, Clive Austin 1 Richard O’Grady 2, Stuart Larvin 1 Will Naylor 2, Dean Bayliss 3 Micky Wilde 0, Steve Cain 0 Matthew Cain 3, Lewis Bayliss 0 John Frost 3, Lewis Bayliss 3 Richard O’Grady 0, Will Naylor 3 Steve Cain 0, Micky Wilde 3 Alex Downes 0, Lewis Bayliss 2 Stuart Larvin 1, Richard O’Grady 0 Lee Austin 3, Matthew Cain 1 Clive Austin 2, John Frost 0 Jim Frost 3, Lewis Bayliss 2 Steve Cain 1.
Due to the fact that Dave Fisher was unable to complete his final game he had to be withdrawn from the Shirley Premier League and all of his results deducted, so without a single dart being thrown the league concluded their season last week. The outcome of all the adjustments was that Paul Higgins won the league title with 69 points just two more than runner up Phil Thomas who in turn was only one point to the good on third placed Tom Bent. With no fixtures to play a knockout was organised and after the early rounds the last four games saw Luke Symmons beat Ken Hopton 5-3 and Mark Gwalchmai win 5-2 against Tom Bent. In the final Gwalchmai handed out a 6-0 whitewash to Symmons to take the top prize. The Consolation Competition final was an all Thomas affair as after Chris Thomas beat Mick Bown 3-0 in the semis and Andy Thomas won 3-2 against Steve Harper, the two Thomas’s then squared up to each other for the title. The final went the full five legs distance with Andy just getting the edge on Chris for the win. Full Results:Main Competition:Round One:- Ken Hopton 3 Chris Thomas snr 0, Mark Henderson 3 Steve Heeks 0, Mark Gwalchmai 3 Andy Thomas 2, Phil Thomas 3 Chris Thomas 1, Dave Heighway 1 Luke Symmons 3, Steve Harper, Thomas Bent and Mick Bown had a bye, Quarter Finals:- Phil Thomas 1 Luke Symmons 4, Mark Gwalchmai 4 Steve Harper 1, Mark Henderson 3 Thomas Bent 4, Ken Hopton (13 darts game) 4 Mick Bown (113f,180) 3, Semi Finals:- Ken Hopton (139f) 3 Luke Symmons (180) 5, Mark Gwalchmai (102f) 5 Thomas Bent 2, Final:- Mark Gwalchmai 6 Luke Symmons (180) 0, Consolation Competition:Quarter Finals:- Chris Thomas 3 Dave Heighway 2, Andy Thomas 3 Mark Henderson 0, Chris Thomas snr 0 Mick Bown 3, Semi Finals:- Chris Thomas 3 Mick Bown 0, Andy Thomas 3 Steve Harper 2, Final:- Chris Thomas 2 Andy Thomas 3.
The Forest of Arden Winter League have been engaged in the semi finals of their Mini League in which league champions Journeys End Flights had a narrow 14-13 win over Highwood KB who ended the season in third place. League runners up Journeys End handed out a huge 27-0 defeat to Greville Arrows to set up a final between the league’s two top teams and local Journeys End rivals. There were two maximums in the semis J.Webster for Journeys End and S.Edwards for Journeys End Flights. Full Results:Mini League:Semi Finals:- Greville Arrows 0 legs (C.Burns 115, R.Jelley 140,123,117, D.Hudson 140,112, C.Ray 132,125, D.Field 2x100) Journeys End 27 legs (S.Whatmore 2x100,2x125,140, G.Clinton 3x100,123, J.Webster 3x100,2x121,125,140,180, P.Kingdon 2x100,125,140, D.Wilson 2x109,2x100, L.Barberan 5x100,2x122,101,120,130, J.Jennings 5x100,127,145,2x140,130), Highwood KB 12 legs (A.Gorman 137, N.Wykes 4x100,3x140,121,130, W.Cooper 140, N.Byrne 125,120, T.Walton 125,141f, M.Gorman 2x100, T.Hobbis 140) Journeys End Flights 13 legs (J.Sidwell 2x100,125,135, J.Norris 100, S.Edwards 3x100,116,121,180, B.Nixon 2x100,2x140,136, T.Steele 100, P.Yardley 100,105,110f,125,121).
With few games remaining in the South Birmingham League the division titles appear to be sewn uo as Erdington Members Club lead division one with 28 points ten more than second placed Crown at Shard End and in division two Iron Horse have a seven points lead over second in the table C’s Arrows who have played one more game than the leaders. Full Results:Week 14:Division One:- Coleshill Social 8 (A.Mayell 100, S.Sweetman 100b,100,120f, G.Jones 100, P.Bryant 140, N.Harris 100b,100) Banbury Arrows 1 (T.McDonough 111b, A.Cooksey 2x140,100, A.Luckman 140,100, J.Moss 100), The Gate 1 Erdington Members Club 8 (L.Barberan 100,140, J.Frost 101b,100, C.Millward snr 115,140, R.Liggins 156b), Punchbowl 2 (M.Farquahson 121, N.Jackson 100) The Raven 7 (J.Whitehouse 2x140, M.Bown 100, N.Warner 100,103, A.Whitehouse 100, K.J.Hollis 100), The Trident 4 (T.Blakemore 124, S.Hipkiss 140) Crown at Shard End 5 (J.Webster 100, P.Kingdon 140,100, J.Jennings 116b,140, A.Edwards 100), Division Two:- Crown Jewels 5 (D.Hudson 100, N.Walker 100, D.Miller 125) C's Arrows 4 (G.Hall 100b), Kingfisher 4 (R.Mills 100, G.Shergold 100, L.Walker 100,105) The Dog 5 (K.Ayre 100, S.O'Brien 2x100), C's Flights 2 Chelmsley Conservative Club 7 (S.Cooper 120, L.Vann 2x100, D.Flores 101b), Mini League:- Toby Jug 13 legs (D.Revitt 140, J.Carter 112b,100, L.O'Conner 2x100, I.Beattie 101b) Iron Horse 14 legs (A.Whitehouse 2x100,120b, T.Rainsford 100, C.Hough 100, A.Farrington 100), Rearranged Fixtures:Division One:- The Trident 3 (R.McDonough 104b) Mackadown Social 4 (N.Parsonage 118,108b,103,100,140), The Gate 4 (D.Downes 118b, T.Barrs 120,101,100, N.Groves 140,120b,100) The Raven 5 (J.Whitehouse 100, A.Eden 140, K.J.Hollis 121, T.Whitehouse 125,100, D.Mortiboys 100), Coleshill Social 1 (S.Sweetman 120, A.Mayell 105, P.Bryant 100,112b) Erdington Members Club 8 (J.Frost 117f, B.Liggins 100, C.Millward snr 134,100, J.Liggins 100, M.Anwar 100,120b, R.Liggins 138f,180,9 darts game), Division Two:- C's Arrows 0 (L.Walker 100, Lou Beale 116, J.Meigh 105,113) Iron Horse 9 (J.Evans 140, A.Whitehouse 100, T.Rainsford 133, R.Earl 120b,124f,140, R.Parry 100).
Misfits have lost pole position in the Winmau Centre Monday Night League after losing 25-23 to fourth in the table Bloody Good Shot Sir! With 495 points Misfits are now 19 short of new leaders Above Average who had the league’s biggest possible win 48-0 against Make Mine A Double. The Untouchables remain in third place, a 33-15 win over Keep It In The Family giving them 494 points, just one short of Misfits but 20 off the leaders. Full Results:Week 14:- Three Men And A Lady 23 Here For The Beer 25, Keep It In The Family 15 The Untouchables 33 (Chris Marshall 3x180, Andy Busby 2x180,12 darts game), Bloody Good Shot Sir! 25 (Gemma Barrett 180) Misfits 23, Unleashed Warrior 20 Full Monty 28, Above Average 48 (Kristian Wharton 180, S.Jarvis 180, Conrad Taylor 136f) Make Mine A Double 0.
The Pip Club League played off the final of their division one Challenge Cup in which the league’s top two teams Queens Head and The Office faced up to each other. The result was a win for The Office who are currently second in the Main League table two points behind Queens Head with a game in hand. Both teams chalked up a maximum Steve Ross for Queens Head and Daz Jones for The Office. Full Results:Challenge Cup:Division One:Final:- Queens Head (Steve Rowe 180, Mick Smith 110f) lost to The Office (Daz Jones 180, Adie Fairfield 106f).
The C’s Club, Chelmsley Wood laid on a knockout and attracted an encouraging initial 25 players. There was high scoring throughout the event, the semi-finals seeing Jake Webster hit a 180 in his 3-2 win over Daniel Lee, Lee also notching a maximum while in the other semi Neil Parsonage hit two maximums in his 3-2 win over Mark Birch who also hit two 180’s. Carrying on with top score in the final Parsonage hit another two maximums to win 4-1 against Webster who hit one 180. [caption id="attachment_32170" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Red Dragon Darts, Alan Towe, Neil Parsonage, Sue Kingdon, C's Knockout, Winner C's Knockout Winner Neil Parsonage with organiser Sue Kingdon[/caption] In the Plate Competition Chris Millward beat Richard Mills 3-1 in the final, Millward having taken out Adam Gallett 3-1 in the semis while Mills had beaten Gary Shergold 3-2. [caption id="attachment_32171" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Red Dragon Darts, Alan Towe, Chris Millward, Sue Kingdon, C's Plate Knockout, Winner C's Plate Knockout Winner Chris Millward with organiser Sue Kingdon[/caption] The club is planning another knockout on Monday 28th May registration is at 8.15pm with an 8.30pm start. Entry will cost £3. Full Results:Semi-Finals:- Jake Webster 3 (180) Daniel Lee 2 (180), Neil Parsonage 3 (2x180) Mark Birch 2 (2x180), Final:- Jake Webster 1 (180) Neil Parsonage 4 (2x180), Plate Competition:Semi-Finals:- Chris Millward 3 Adam Gallett 1, Gary Shergold 2 Richard Mills 3, Final:- Chris Millward 3 Richard Mills 1.
Warwickshire’s youth teams played their penultimate fixture of the season away to Merseyside, another fantastic performance from the Bears cubs running out 10-5 winners with wins in all three sections the fifth time they have achieved this this season. The win made it seven wins in as many games, the final fixture being an away game against Clwyd on the 20th May. Winners for the Under 18’s were Xander Meek, Matthew Cain, Joe Pitchford-Morris, Will Rattigan and Mackenzie Nixon, for the ladies it was Courtney Hine and Lucy Keyte while Jake Liggins, Charlie Symons and Lewis Bayliss all won for the Under 21’s. Full Results:Merseyside Youth v Warwickshire Youth (10-5):Merseyside names first:Under 18’s (5-2):- Ben Cusack 0 Xander Meek 2, Ethan Clayton 0 Matthew Cain 2, Sam Jones 2 George Ross 0, Leo Richards 0 Joe Pitchford-Morris 2, Adam Davies 1 Will Rattigan 2, Steven Harding 2 Jordan Ainsworth 1, Harley Waters 0 Mackenzie Nixon 2, Ladies (2-1):- Chelsea Maxwell 0 Courtney Hine 2, Megan Jones 0 Lucy Keyte 2, Olivia Fearon-Abban 2 Laura Bowley 1, Under 21’s (3-2):- Joe Parry 2 Jake Liggins 3, Aaron Jones 3 Tom Mills 1, Lewis Fearon-Abban 3 Jnr Joyce 1, Matt Johnson 1 Charlie Symons 3, Kyle Easeman 1 Lewis Bayliss 3.
Just three more fixtures to play in the Shirley and District Monday Night League and leaders Highwood maintained their number one spot with a 9-0 win over their hosts Plume of Feathers with Andy Foulkes and John Buckingham both hitting two maximums for the leaders and Shay Darby one. Second placed Dunky’s Boys, despite Highwood’s big win didn’t lose any ground as they also won 9-0 at Shirley Spartac with their John Sidwell and Bob Nixon both recording a 180, Dunky’s remain level on 50 points with Highwood and trail by just four legs of average. Third in the table Red Lion also won 9-0 at Saracens Misfits as did fifth placed Solihull Sports and Social at Sharmans Cross. Full Results:Week 27:- Saracens Misfits 0 Red Lion (Mick Bown 180) 9, Drawbridge Bears (Karl Wilson 119f) 4 Legion Royals 5, Plume of Feathers (Ash Hanley 108b) 0 Highwood (Andy Foulkes 2x180,120b, John Buckingham 2x180, Shay Darby 180,14 darts game) 9, Shirley Spartac 0 Dunky’s Boys (John Sidwell 180, Bob Nixon 180) 9, Sharmans Cross 0 Solihull Sports and Social Club 9, Legionnaires 5 Saracens Jesters 4, Shirley Golf Club 1 The Lodge 8, Cider House 7 Blue Bell 2.
Erdington Club took their unbeaten run in division one of the Sutton and District Summer League to four games with a 6-3 win over Drakes Drum and being as second in the table The Boat had a bye have now opened up a two points lead. In the second division leaders Pint Pot Flights had a bye but hold on to pole position with a superior average over both second and third placed Boldmere Tap and The Boot who in turn won against Sutton Sports (9-0) and Old Oscott Arrows (5-4), both teams having played one game more than the leaders. At the other end of the division next to bottom St Thomas Arrows chalked up their first win of the season a 6-3 success away to Rosey Mac’s who drop from fourth to sixth. Full Results:Week 4:Division One:- Bishop Vesey 6 The Fox 3, Erdington Club 6 Drakes Drum 3, Oscott Social 4 Golden Hind 5, Red Lion 3 Erdington Arrows 6, Division Two:- Lad in the Lane 3 Old Oscott WMC 6, Old Oscott Arrows 4 The Boot 5, Rosey Mac’s 3 St Thomas Arrows 6, Sutton Sports 0 Boldmere Tap 9.
East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association have now played and won 19 games in the Small Heath League, their latest 6-3 win away to third placed Sheldon Marlborough Flights keeping them eight points ahead of second placed Heartlands Club who 7-2 away to bottom team Emerald Club, Heartlands do have a game in hand on E.B.A.H.A. Full Results:Week 22:- Sheldon Marlborough Flights 3 (A.Wale 114f, D.Brown 115, J.Evans 100, D.Humphries 2x100,121,140,116b, P.Evans 140) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 6 (C.Wyatt 180,108, N.Davis 2x100, T.White 140,121,100), Emerald Club 2 (A.Fisher 3x100, P.Hopkins 100,140,100b, C.Rigby 100) Heartlands Club 7 (D.Bond 105b,100, Jim Frost 160, G.McCormack 123, A.Downes 104b, I.Jones 100b,105b, John Frost 140, S.Cain 100, S.McCormack 120b), Wagon and Horses 5 (C.Murphy 100b,151f, M.Tilly 118, M.Looby 100,112b, A.Cheshire 100,108, J.Sayers 100, J.Phipps 121,100) Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 4 (A.Eden 100, K.Salsbury 137, D.Howlett 152b,100, R.Turner 120).
The Brierley Hill Monday Night League played the preliminary round of their League Cup, just two games which saw Bull and Bladder win 5-4 against Portway and Fox and Grapes beat The Swan 7-2. Full Results:League Cup:Preliminary Round:- Portway 4 Bull and Bladder 5, Fox and Grapes 7 The Swan 2.
With no result in for the Club Dudley versus Parkes Hall fixture in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League the latter hold on to pole position by virtue of their better average over Old Bulls Head whose 6-3 win at White Lion puts them on the same 44 points as Parkes Hall but from one game more. Full Results:Week 26:- Ashwood 5 Hilly House 4, Britannia 4 Five Ways 5, Coseley Tavern 7 Fellows Club 2, Red Cow 4 Jolly Crispin 5, Pensnett Liberal Club 1 Netherton Cricket Club 8, White Lion 3 Old Bulls Head 6, Gornal British Legion 1 Gornal Labour Club 8.
Woodside, reigning champions in the Silver End Sunday Morning League have once again taken over the number one spot in the table, a 5-3 win away to Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ putting them on 29 points. Woodside move into the top position as a result of former leaders Netherton Cricket Club losing their home game 5-2 to Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ who move up from third to second as the Cricket Club drop to third place, all of the top three teams are on 29 points. New Talbot move off the foot of the table after recording their first win in twelve games, a 6-2 success at Railway. Kings Head taken over at the bottom of the table following their 5-3 defeat at Glasscutters. Full Results:Match 13:- Dudley Sports 6 Bell 2, Pensnett Welfare Club 2 Portway 6, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 3 Woodside 5, Old Star 1 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7, Netherton Cricket Club 2 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 6, Railway 2 New Talbot 6, Glasscutters 5 Kings Head 3, Three Crowns had a bye.
Ten Arches ‘A’ took their undefeated run in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League to four games with a 6-3 win away to Britannia who were third in the table but drop to sixth. Brickmakers Arms are the only other team with a 100% win record in the league their 7-2 win at Bird (Wordsley) leaving them just two legs of average short of the leaders, Bird drop from fourth to eighth. Full Results:Week 4:- Britannia 3 Ten Arches ‘A’ 6, Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 4 Ashwood 5, Gate Hangs Well 7 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 2, Bridge (Kingswinford) 6 Glasscutters 3, Bird (Wordsley) 2 Brickmakers Arms 7, Garibaldi 3 Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘A’ 6, Kingswinford Consvervative Club ‘B’ 1 Stourbridge RBL 8, Crestwood 4 Bird (Stourbridge) 5, Church Tavern 4 Hop House 5, Old Cat (Wordsley) 4 Fox Inn (Lye) 5, Ten Arches ‘B’ 6 The Swan 3.
Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ won the local derby against their ‘B’ side in the Rowley Monday Night League 5-4 to remain in third place in the table on 24 points, four short of leaders George who won 6-3 against Ivy Bush to maintain their two points advantage over second in the table Bell who won their game away to bottom team Loyal Lodge 7-2. Full Results:Week 14:- Whiteheath Tavern 4 Roost 5, Loyal Lodge 2 Bell 7, George 6 Ivy Bush 3, Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ 5 Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ 4 (Jason Bland 180), Tividale FC 6 Hare and Hounds 3, Three Diamonds 5 (Paul Yeomans 8 darts game) Lodgers 4, Windmills End 4 Cradley Liberal Club 5, Cottage 6 Bulls Head 3.
Due to their fixture against The Crown being cancelled Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club have lost their position at the top of the Netherton Thursday Night League table to Riddins Tavern who won 5-4 at home against third placed Bulls Head. Riddins and the Ex Serviceman’s Club are both on 18 points, three more than Bulls Head and fourth placed Townsend Club who had a 5-4 home win over Fairfield. Full Results:Match 8:- Riddins Tavern 5 Bulls Head 4, White Horse 2 The Bell 7, Townsend Club 5 Fairfield 4.
Tipton Sports took their points tally to 28 from fifteen games in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League when they won 6-1 against Merry-Go-Round ‘B’. Not such a good week for Waggon and Horses as they lost their home game against The Vine 6-1 and also their second place as they dropped to fourth. Taking over from Waggon and Horses is Island Inn who are four points behind the leaders after their 6-1 at Wonder, third in the table Dewdrop ‘A’ are also four off the top following their close 4-3 home win over Horseley Tavern. Full Results:Match 15:- Merry-Go-Round ‘A’ 5 Ivy Bush 2, Tipton Sports 6 Merry-Go-Round ‘B’ 1, Dewdrop ‘A’ 4 4 Horseley Tavern 3, Waggon and Horses 1 The Vine 6, New Talbot 4 Hayes Social 3, Sportsman 5 Dewdrop ‘B’ 2, Wonder 1 Island Inn 6.
Brickmakers Arms have gone two points clear at the top of the Cradley Tuesday Night League after their 5-4 win at fourth placed Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ and the 5-4 defeat of Bulls Head by third placed Wheatsheaf who now take over the number two spot from Bulls Head on average, Bulls Head have a game in hand on Wheatsheaf. At the other end of the table bottom team White Horse lost 7-2 away to the team just above them Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’. Full Results:Match 10:- Gate Hangs Well 5 Roost 4, Hawne Lane Tavern 4 Riddins Tavern 5, Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 4 Brickmakers Arms 5, Wheatsheaf 5 Bulls Head 4, White Horse 2 Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 7.
Duke of York recorded their first win in six in the division two doubles section of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League but despite their win remain firmly rooted at the foot of the table. Only two teams in the league have a 100% win record, leaders of the division one singles section Riley’s ‘C’ made it seven wins when they won 7-0 away to Dog and Partridge ‘A’ while in the division two singles Wednesfield Legion are unbeaten, their latest win being 5-2 against Pendulum. Full Results:Week 7: Singles League:Division One:- Dog and Partridge ‘A’ 0 Riley’s ‘C’ 7, Gilberts Bar 4 Railway 3, Riley’s ‘A’ 2 Victoria 5, Wednesfield Conservative Club 3 Bull 4, Division Two:- County 4 Village Inn 3, Royal 6 Duke of York 1, Wednesfield Legion 5 Pendulum 2, Woodfield Social 3 Dog and Partridge ‘B’ 4, Yale Club 3 Penn Bowling 4, Doubles League: Division One:- Dog and Partridge ‘A’ 0 Riley’s ‘C’ 3, Gilberts Bar 3 Railway 0, Riley’s ‘A’ 2 Victoria 1, Wednesfield Conservative Club 0 Bull 3, Division Two:- County 1 Village Inn 2, Royal 1 Duke of York 2, Wednesfield Legion 2 Pendulum 1, Woodfield Social 1 Dog and Partridge ‘B’ 2, Yale Club 1 Penn Bowling 2.
ECC ‘A’ lost ground in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League title race when they lost their home tie with Cleveland Arms 4-3 leaving them two points behind leaders Whitmore Reans WMC who had a 5-2 win at Brewood British Legion to give them 14 points. Third and fourth placed Hurst Hill and Bull are on the same 12 points as ECC ‘A’ after winning in turn against Swan Compton (5-4) and Moreton (4-3). Full Results:Week 8:- Brewood British Legion 2 Whitmore Reans WMC 5, Bull 4 Moreton 3, ECC ‘A’ 3 Cleveland Arms 4, Hurst Hill 5 Swan Compton 2, McGhees 3 ECC ‘B’ 4, Royal, Albrighton 5 Emerald 2, Pilot had a bye.
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