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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Warwickshire completed their season in the premier division of the BDO Inter County Championships with a home tie against Glamorgan, both teams looking for a good result to move them up the league table, but the hosts didn’t have the best of starts as the ladies ‘B’ team finished on the wrong side of a 5-1 scoreline. Chloe McKivett was Warwickshire’s opener and gave them the ideal start when she beat Sue Powell 3-1 and took the match award for her 17.71 average from there on in it was all Glamorgan as they romped to their 5-1 win. The men’s ‘B’ team were in top form chalking up their best win of the season 9-3 thanks to wins from Mark Strong, Ashley Hykin, Ian Shaw, Jack Wareing, Richard Foster, Dave Hill, Gareth Braham, James Hykin and Antony West. With an average of 27.9 in the opening game and a 4-2 win over Clayton Williams, Mark Strong took the match award. The women’s ‘A’ team rounded off their season with a fine 4-2 win Sue Gulliver (23.10) their lady of the match for a fifth consecutive game making it seven awards out of the nine games season. Other winners for the ‘A’ side were Kat Spanswick, Nina Bolt and Wendy Adams. The men’s ‘A’ team ended the season with six wins, one draw and just two defeats, one of those defeats being their 8-4 reversal against Glamorgan. With a 27.13 average Charlie Symons was the man of the match and making up the other wins were Dean Stewart, Noel Grant and Kevin Dowling. The overall 18-18 draw was enough to see Warwickshire finish fifth in the table equaling last season’s position but with eight points more as they amassed a total of 176 points compared to last season’s 168. Full Results:Premier Division:Warwickshire v Glamorgan (18-18):(Warwickshire names first):Men’s ‘A’:- Dean Stewart 4 Wayne Davies 3, Noel Grant 4 Daniel Thomas 3, Simon Power 1 Dale Hughes 4, Jamie Hughes 3 David Rogers 4, Kevin Dowling 4 Graham Brooks 2, Mark Carter 2 Dai Caller 4, Carl Green 2 Jeff Bass 4, Tom Aldridge 2 Shaun Dibbs 4, Anthony Allen 3 Tim Jones Charlie Symons 4 Lloyd Browning 2, Mark Westgarth 1 Clive Langford 4, Nigel Heydon 2 Keiron Carter 4, Men’s ‘B’:- Mark Strong 4 Clayton Williams 2, Tom McGlone 3 Ray Johnson 4, Robert Comben 2 Dai Powell 4, Ashley Hykin 4 Lee Richards 1, Karl Reynolds 2 David Neads 4, Ian Shaw 4 Chris Thomas 1, Jack Wareing 4 James Richards 0, Richard Foster 4 Ron Morgan 3, Dave Hill 4 Wayne (Sid) Davies 1, Gareth Braham 4 Sean Fisher 2, James Hykin 4 Paddy Murphy 3, Antony West 4 Jeff Thomas 2, Women’s ‘A’:- Kat Spanswick 3 Sam Bowen 2, Marian Conway 0 Nicky Biddick 3, Sue Gulliver 3 Rhian O’Sullivan 2, Nina Bolt 3 Joanne Pugh 2, Caroline Pike 0 Claire Crocombe 3, Wendy Adams 3 Donna Thomas 1, Women’s ‘B’:- Chloe McKivett 3 Sue Powell 1, Melanie Jones 1 Paula Clemett 3, Helen Rigg 1 Michelle Jones 3, Donna Pinch 0 Alannah Waters 3, Lisa Deslandes 2 Sandra Quinn 3, Angela Jones 0 Eve Watson 3.
The Shirley Premier League have got their eleventh season underway with a total of 34 players contesting the title. The early pacesetter is newcomer John O’Sullivan who kicked off the season with two 4-0 wins over Michael Forsyth and Neil Comerford. With seven points, one fewer than O’Sullivan is second placed Mark Henderson who had a fine start to the new season with a 4-0 win over Derek Harper followed by a 3-1 success against Paul Harper, after the leading duo comes a trio of players Chris Thomas snr, Gary Cleverley and Phil Thomas all on six points. Full Results:Week 1:- Colin Geens 1 Jack Nason 3, Paul Harper 1 Dave Heighway 3, Steve Harper 3 Steve Heeks 1, Neil Comerford 1 Mikey Harris 3, Mick Bown 1 Chris Thomas snr 3, Ryan Brogan 0 Phil Thomas (16 darts game, 180) 4, Mark Cater 2 Sean Talbot 2, Michael Forsyth 0 John O’Sullivan (138f) 4, Kevin Graver 1 Brian Lawton 3, Mark Gwalchmai 2 Ken Hopton 2, Derek Harper 0 Mark Henderson 4, Andy Thomas 2 Steve Sidwell (180) 2, Colin Geens 1 Jordan Ottley 3, Steve Heeks (106f) 4 Lee Harris 0, Karl Wilson 2 Mikey Harris 2, Dave Heighway 2 Steve Harper 2, Mark Henderson 3 Paul Harper 1, Ken Hopton 3 Derek Harper 1,Brian Lawton (120f) 1 Mark Gwalchmai 3, Jack Nason 1 Kevin Graver (180,134f) 3, Jordan Ottley (129f) 2 Michael Forsyth 2, Sean Talbot 0 Gary Cleverley (17 darts game) 4, Andy Thomas 2 Mark Cater 2, Chris Thomas snr 3 Ryan Brogan 1, Karl Wilson 0 Mick Bown (180) 4, John O’Sullivan 4 Neil Comerford 0, Steve Sidwell (180) 2 Lee Harris 2, Colin Geens 3 Neil Comerford 1, Gary Cleverley 2 Phil Thomas 2.
The new C’s Club Double Top League is up to week three and leading the field with six wins in as many games in which he has not dropped a single leg is Tom White. White’s perfect 18 points from his games gives him an average lead plus a game in hand on second placed Luis Barberan who is two points to the good on Neil Parsonage who is third with a game in hand on Barberan. It was a good week for both Steve Beale and Duane Green as they recorded their first wins of the campaign, Beale beating Ryan Beale 2-1 and by the same margin Green defeated Gary Shergold. Full Results:Week 3:- J.Carter 1 P.Kingdon 2, C.Burns 0 S.Whatmore 3, M.Birch 1 N.Parsonage 2, J.Webster 1 C.Cooke 2, J.Buttle 0 T.White 3, N.McCrave 0 D.White 3, J.Nason 1 G.James 2, D.Green 2 G.Shergold 1, W.Cooper 2 L.Beale 1, S.Beale 2 R.Beale 1, Luke Beale 0 K.Geary 3, L.Barberan 3 C.Millward 0, S.Sidwell 2 J.Liggins 1, R.Mills 3 M.Beale 0, L.Walker 1 B.Liggins 2, M.Birch 1 P.Kingdon 2, N.Parsonage 3 J.Buttle 0 (180), S.Whatmore 2 J.Webster 1, C.Cooke 1 J.Nason 2, D.White 3 D.Green 0, R.Mills 2 W.Cooper 1, L.Beale 1 M.Beale 2, R.Beale 2 Luke Beale 1, G.James 0 T.White 3, K.Geary 0 S.Sidwell 3, C.Millward 3 J.Carter 0, J.Liggins 3 C.Burns 0, N.McCrave 0 L.Barberan 3, G.Shergold 1 L.Walker 2, S.Beale 1 B.Liggins 2, C.Millward 3 C.Cooke 0.
6-3 wins for both Highwood KB and Journeys End keeps both teams locked together on the same points and average at the top of Group One in the Forest of Arden Summer League. KB won their home tie against local rivals Highwood Arms while Journeys won away at Greville Arrows. Third in the table New Inns are on the same four points as the two teams above them trailing on average despite winning their latest fixture at Highwood Exiles 7-2. Dunky’s Boys lead the way in Group Two replacing The Crown in pole position after beating them 5-4, the two teams are level on average with Dunky’s now having a two points advantage. Full Results:Week 2:Group One:- Greville Arrows 3 (S.Whatmore 2x140,121, D.Ryecroft 3x100, C.Kingdon 140, D.Miller 2x100, K.Duggan 100, D.Duggan 5x100,140,135) Journeys End 6 (S.Kingdon 2x100,135, P.Kingdon 100, R.Mills 3x100, J.Webster 140, L.Barberan 5x100,134,140, J.Jennings 2x140,3x100,125,121, D.Wilson 2x100,119,137), Highwood KB 6 (A.Gorman 121, T.Hobbis 134,140,2x100, N.Byrne 100, W.Cooper 140,125,100,120, T.Walton 2x100, A.Cooke 2x100,121, N.Wykes 100,142) Highwood Arms 3 (P.Thorley 100, B.Anderton 3x 100, K.Hull 2x100, D.Hudson 100), Highwood Exiles 2 (R.Harrison 120,3x100, C.Harrison 100) New Inns 7 (B.Scott 100,133,127, S.Hamed 100, R.Earl 3x100, P.Shipley 2x140,100, A.Farrington 120, J.Evans 100), Group Two:- C's 2 (L.Walker 2x100, M.Fellows 140, M.Morgan 140,100, B.Evans 180,6x100, G.Vasou 100,140) Ivy Leaf 7 (G.Clinton 2x100, D.Williams 125,140,100, M.Tilley 2x100, D.Tomlinson 140, G.Groves 4x100,140, J.Phipps 2x100,122, T.Clinton 100,140, R.Jelley 100, D.Carey 100), The Crown 4 (D.White 2x140,120, S.Shepard 100,105, L.Vann 2x100, S.Moran 4x100,138, J.Masefield 2x100,120, K.Brush 118) Dunkys Boys 5 (John Sidwell 100,121,180,125, A.Hutchings 2x100,140, J.Norris 140, S.Edwards 100,125,140, B.Nixon 9x100,140,121,101f, Jack Sidwell 100, P.Yardley 3x100,105, T.Humphries 180, R.Hogan 138,100).
With just one more fixture to play in division one of the South Birmingham League Erdington Members Club, who have already won the title added a further 8-1 win over Coleshill Social to their account giving them a total undefeated points of 30. Second in the table Crown at Shard End were awarded two 9-0 wins over Punchbowl as their opponents failed to turn out and are now virtually assured of the runners up spot with 22 points six more than third and fourth placed Banbury Arrows and Coleshill Social. Iron Horse are champions of division two their latest 7-2 win over C’s Flights putting them on 24 points, a lead of nine over their nearest rivals C’s Arrows. Full Results:Week 15:Division One:- Mackadown Social 8 (N.Parsonage 100, D.Young 160b, G.James 120b, C.Henn 100) The Trident 1 (M.Naylor 140, S.Hipkiss 100), Crown at Shard End 9 Punchbowl 0, Punchbowl 0 Crown at Shard End 9, Erdington Members Club 8 (W.Naylor 140, M.Anwar 100, M.Birch 121,160b,100f, R.Liggins 100) Coleshill Social 1 (G.Jones 2x100,131, P.Williams 120), The Raven 5 (T.Whitehouse 100) The Gate 4 (D.Morris 102,100, M.Watts 152, P.Jones 111, T.Moulineux 2x100,120), Division Two:- Iron Horse 7 (J. Evans 140, A.Whitehouse 105, T.Rainsford 100, R.Earl 100,125,100b, 122b, C.Hough 100) C's Flights 2 (C.Meigh 100, R.Beale 105), Chelmsley Conservative Club 2 (D.Flores 2x100, A.Anson 100) Kingfisher 7 (L.Walker 120,100, R.Mills 133,100,100, R.Sharples 100, G.Shergold 140), Mini League:- C's Arrows 19 legs (S.Whatmore 125,109b,100, S.Healy 100b,125,104, K.Geary 104f,101b) Crown Jewels 8 legs (C.Kingdon 2x100,105, B.Anderton 100,118, D.Miller 108,119).
The title for the Shirley and District Monday Night League is going to the wire with Highwood and Dunky’s Boys battling it out to the bitter end as they are both on the same 54 points with just one more fixture to play. A win would be good enough to give Highwood the title as they have a better average than Dunky’s, but defeat in the final game could well see them lose out to their chasing rivals. All of the top three teams were in great form in their penultimate fixture as leaders Highwood won 9-0 at Legionnaires, Dunky’s won by the same 9-0 at Plume of Feathers and third placed Red Lion made it a trio of whitewashes with their 9-0 win at Shirley Spartac. Full Results:Week 29:- Saracens Jesters 3 The Lodge 6, Shirley Golf Club 2 Solihull Sports and Social Club (Brian Lawton 2x180) 7, Legionnaires (Paul Gamsby 180) 0 Highwood (Andy Foulkes 180 Chris King 180) 9, Sharmans Cross 6 The Blue Bell 3, Plume of Feathers 0 Dunky’s Boys (Bob Nixon 116f) 9, Cider House 7 Legion Royals 2, Shirley Spartac 0 Red Lion (Mick Bown 2x180) 9, Drawbridge Bears (Andy Thomas 120b) 5 Saracens Misfits (Matt Taylor 107f) 4.
Reigning champions of the Silver End Sunday Morning League Woodside have lost pole position after they were surprisingly held to a 4-4 draw at home by eleventh in the table Old Star. Woodsdie drop to third in the table on 30 points with Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ replacing them at the top of the table, their 7-1 win against Railway giving them 32 points and a slight average lead over Netherton Cricket Club who move up one place in the table to second after their 5-3 win playing away against fourth placed Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club. Full Results:Match 14:- New Talbot 2 Glasscutters 6, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 7 Railway 1, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 3 Netherton Cricket Club 5, Woodside 4 Old Star 4, Portway 4 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 4, Bell 5 Pensnett Welfare Club 3, Three Crowns 2 Dudley Sports 6, Kings Head had a bye.
A 6-3 win at Townsend Social Club has taken Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club’s points tally to 24 at the top of the Netherton Thursday Night League and keeps them just ahead of second placed Riddins Tavern on average together with a game in hand on their rivals. Riddins latest fixture saw them play at home and win 7-2 against bottom of the table The Crown whose defeat leaves them with just one win from their nine games played. Full Results:Week 10:- Riddins Tavern 7 The Crown 2, Bulls Head 6 Delph Bell 3, White Horse 4 Fairfield 5, Townsend Social Club 3 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 6.
There were big wins for the top four teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League as leaders Brickmakers Arms won 9-0 at Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘B’ and the following three teams Ten Arches ‘A’, Ten Arches ‘B’ and Bird (Stourbridge) all had 7-2 wins over respective opponents Fox Inn (Lye), Hare and Hounds ‘B’ and Old Cat Inn (Wordsley). Brickmakers Arms and Ten Arches ‘A’ are both on 12 points, then comes a pack of four teams with ten points, Ten Arches ‘B’, Bird (Stourbridge), Britannia and Bridge (Kingswinford). Britannia move up one place to fifth after beating Hop House 6-3, Hop House dropping down two places to seventh while sixth in the table Bridge were 7-2 winners against The Swan. Full Results:Week 6:- Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 2 Ten Arches ‘B’ 7, Gate Hangs Well 5 Ashwood 4, Bridge (Kingswinford) 7 The Swan 2, Bird (Wordsley) 9 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 0, Garibaldi 4 Glasscutters 5, Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘B’ 0 Brickmakers Arms 9, Crestwood 4 Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘A’ 5, Church Tavern 5 Stourbridge RBL 4, Old Cat Inn (Wordsley) 2 Bird (Stourbridge) 7, Britannia 6 Hop House 3, Ten Arches ‘A’ 7 Fox Inn (Lye) 2.
The George, after their 5-4 defeat by The Bell last week were quick to return to winning ways as they won 7-2 away to Roost to keep them top of the Rowley Monday Night League on average from The Bell who were also 7-2 winners in a home tie against Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ who lost third place to Cradley Liberal Club who also won 7-2 at the Cottage to put them on 28 points just two short of the top two teams. The Cottage versus Liberal Club game saw Andy Powell (Cottage) and Jason Lowe (Cradley Liberal Club) both record an eight darts game. Steve Gillam hit a maximum for the George and for the Bell Trevor Brennan broke with 160 and A.Lynch checked out on 155. Full Results:Week 16:- Whiteheath Tavern 6 Loyal Lodge 3, Roost 2 George 7 (Steve Gillam 180), Bell 7 (Trevor Brennan 160b, A.Lynch 155f) Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ 2, Ivy Bush 5 (Gary Siddaway 156b) Tividale FC 4, Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ 4 Three Diamonds 5, Hare and Hounds 5 Windmills End 4, Lodgers 5 Bulls Head 4, Cottage 2 (Andy Powell 8 darts game) Cradley Liberal Club 7 (Jason Lowe 8 darts game).
With three more games to play East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association have won the Small Heath League title, unbeaten in 21 games E.B.A.H.A’s latest fixture saw them win 8-1 at Sheldon Marlborough Arrows giving them an eight points advantage over second in the table Heartlands Club who went one better by handing out a 9-0 whitewash to their visiting team Cob’s Bar to guarantee them the runners up spot. Full Results:Week 25:- Heartlands Club 9 (Jim Frost 140, G.McCormack 100, A.Downes 100, C.Austin 2x100, John Frost 100) Cob’s Bar 0 (L.Stanton 140, D.Mahon 103b, M.Cunningham 118b, M.Turner 100, A.Lattimer 100), Emerald Club 4 (J.Fisher 105b, A.Fisher 120f, D.Willis 100,123) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 5 (J.Evans 100, A.Wale 125, P.Evans 103, P.Sunner 2x100,100b, D.Brown 140), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 1 (D.Howlett 3x100,140,134b, K.Salsbury 100) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 8 (L.Robinson 105, C.Wyatt 137, M.Cooper 140, N.Davis 2x100, T.White 2x100,2x140, P.Webster 100).
It’s as you were at the top of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League with leaders Tipton Sport winning 5-2 away to third in the table Island Inn and second placed Dewdrop ‘A’ beating their local rivals Dewdrop ‘B’ 6-1 to retain the four points difference between the two teams. Island Inn’s defeat has left them two points behind Dewdrop ‘A’ and six off the top as are fourth placed Waggon and Horses who won 5-2 at Ivy Bush. Full Results:Match 18:- Wonder 1 Merry-Go-Round ‘A’ 6, Island Inn 2 Tipton Sports 5, Dewdrop ‘B’ 1 Dewdrop ‘A’ 6, Ivy Bush 2 Waggon and Horses 5, Horseley Tavern 1 The Vine 6, New Talbot 3 Sportsman 4, Rearranged Fixture:- Sportsman 3 Horseley Tavern 4.
With the top teams, Bulls Head (Netherton) and Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ both winning 6-3 in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League the position remains the same with Bulls Head hanging on to pole position by just one leg of average. Both of the top two teams are on 28 points after Bulls Head won at Rose and Crown and the Ex Serviceman’s Club won away to Mount Pleasant, they have a four point’s buffer over third in the table Dudley Sports ‘A’ who won their home game with Pensnett Liberal Club 7-2. Full Results:Week 15:- Dudley Sports ‘A’ 7 Pensnett Liberal Club 2, Brickmakers Arms 6 Portway 3, Limes Club 2 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 7, Rose and Crown 3 Bulls Head (Netherton) 6, Delph Bell 6 The Swan 3, Lamp Tavern 3 Fox and Grapes 6, Mount Pleasant 3 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 6, Roebuck 7 Bull and Bladder 2, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 7 King William 2.
With just two remaining fixtures to play in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday night League Parkes Hall have one hand on the winner’s trophy as their latest 6-3 win over White Lion keeps them two points ahead of Old Bulls Head and they also have a superior average, Old Bulls Head had a close 5-4 home win over fifth placed Ashwood. Fellows Club recorded a rare win only their fourth in 28 games when they won 5-4 away to Five Ways who are some seven places above them and have 20 points more. Full Results:Week 28:- Jolly Crispin 4 Britannia 5, Hilly House 5 Club Dudley 4, Five Ways 4 Fellows Club 5, Gornal Labour Club 2 Coseley Tavern 7, Netherton Cricket Club 6 Gornal British Legion 3, Parkes Hall 6 White Lion 3, Old Bulls Head 5 Ashwood 4, Pensnett Liberal Club 7 Red Cow 2.
The Woodside Inn was the setting for the Brierley Hill Knockout and taking the top prize of £90 was Reece Colley who had a notable 6-3 win over West Midlands star Ian Jones in the final, Jones received £50. In the last four games Colley won 5-3 against Steve Gillam while Jones had a more comfortable 5-1 success against Jamie Rollinson. Both losing semi-finalists picked up £20. Full Results:Last Sixteen:- Robert Pierce 1 Grant Jackson 4, Reece Colley 4 Nick Fullwell 2, Neil Hodgetts 0 Matt Moore 4, Jamie Rollinson 4 Matt Tedstone 1, Steve Gillam 4 Steve Blewitt 2, Ian Jones 4 Stuart Gough 1, Conner Pickett 1 Josh Pickett 4, Jordan Ward 4 Kevin Bambrick 0, Quarter Finals:- Ian Jones 4 Josh Pickett 1, Reece Colley 4 Jordan Ward 2, Grant Jackson 0 Jamie Rollinson 4, Steve Gillam 4 Matt Moore 1, Semi-Finals:- Steve Gillam 3 Reece Colley 5, Ian Jones 5 Jamie Rollinson 1, Final:- Ian Jones 3 Reece Colley 6.
It was knockout week in the Pip Club League and taking the honours in the Division One Singles Knockout was Mark Martin (Queens Head) who beat Ian Turner (The Office) in the final. Losing semi-finalists were Martin ‘Eddie’ Edwards and Wayne Hewins who both represented The Office. The Division Two Challenge Cup final produced a win for Red Lion with Old Liberal House runners up. Full Results:Singles Knockout:Division One:Losing Quarter Finalists:- Paul Vyse, Mark Young (Birchmoor Club), Rick Martin (Globe, Wilnecote), Sam Whittaker (Queens Head), Losing Semi-Finalists:- Martin ‘Eddie’ Edwards, Wayne Hewins (The Office), Runner Up:- Ian Turner (The Office), Winner:- Mark Martin (Queens Head), Challenge Cup:Division Two:Final:- Red Lion beat Old Liberal House.
Brickmakers Arms have opened up a four points lead at the top of the Cradley Tuesday Night League after beating Wheatsheaf 6-3. As a result of their defeat Wheatsheaf surrender their second place to Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ whose 7-2 win at Riddins Tavern has given them 16 points, four short of Brickmakers but two ahead of Wheatsheaf, Hawne Lane Tavern and Bulls Head (Netherton), Hawne Lane won 6-3 away to Chop House while Bulls Head went down by the same margin at Roost. Full Results:Match 11:- Chop House 3 Hawne Lane Tavern 6, Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 5 Gate Hangs Well 4, Riddins Tavern 2 Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 7, Roost 6 Bulls Head 3, Wheatsheaf 3 Brickmakers Arms 6, Late Result:- White Horse 4 Chop House 5.
At the halfway mark of the Yeltz Bar Tuesday Night Singles League Matt Moore with 91 points has a lead of eight points over second placed Jordan Ward in League One the latest fixtures seeing both players win 5-0 Moore against Will Watson and Ward against Ian Mills. In League Two Rob Smith leads the way with 92 points, he also won 5-0 against Richard Reed. James Hykin is in second place with 87 points after yet another straight 5-0 win, his opponent being Dan Singleton. Richard Hill with 88 points tops League Three he was the third league leader to win 5-0 as he accounted for Alex Adams to put him four points ahead of second placed Loz Slater who has a game in hand. Full Results:Week 15:League One:- Jordan Ward 5 Ian Mills 0, Doug Richmond 2 Mark Bayliss 3, Duane Hart 4 Richard Duncan 1, Will Watson 0 Matt Moore 5, Rhys Langford 0 Simon Mountford 5, Phil Harrold 2 Steve Carey 3, Mark Adams 2 Jordan Shakespeare 3, Iain Mathers 3 Alister Duncan 2, League Two:- Keith Hampton 2 Neil Steventon 3, Richard Reed 0 Rob Smith 5, Neil Smith 5 Jack Hill 0, James Hykin 5 Dan Singleton 0, Richard Swinden 1 Dave Redding 4, Rob Gregory 2 Tony Duncan 3, Chris Singleton 0 Lee Eaves 5, Adam Hill 2 Tommy Johnson 3, League Three:- Pete Harrold 3 Ash Portman 2, John Stokes 1 Jason Tromans 4, Alex Adams 0 Richard Hill 5, Chris Hall 5 John Griffiths 0, Steph Konya 4 Stuart Stanton 1.
Three teams are on 10 points at the top of division one of the Sutton and District Summer League, The Boat continue to head the table on average after they won 7-2 at Oscott Social, Erdington Club, who also won 7-2 against The Fox are second and Golden Hind take over third place from Erdington Arrows after beating them 5-4, however Arrows have played one game more than the two teams above them. Pint Pot Flights have been ousted from the number one spot in division two after losing 5-4 away to fifth placed Old Oscott Arrows, taking over at the top of the table is Boldmere Tap who had an 8-1 win against St Thomas Arrows. Boldmere have played seven games and have 12 points two more than Pint Pot Flights, The Boot and Old Oscott Arrows who have all played six games. Full Results:Week 7:Division One:- Drakes Drum 8 Red Lion 1, Erdington Club 7 The Fox 2, Golden Hind 5 Erdington Arrows 4, Oscott Social 2 The Boat 7, Division Two:- The Boot 8 Lad in the Lane 1, Boldmere Tap 8 St Thomas Arrows 1, Sutton Sports 1 Old Oscott WMC 8, Old Oscott Arrows 5 Pint Pot Flights 4.
Swan Compton were the only losers in the top five teams in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League going down 6-1 away to top of the table Whitmore Reans WMC. Whitmore with 16 points are top on average from ECC ‘A’ and Bull, ECC ‘A’ winning 5-2 against Emerald and Bull beating bottom team Pilot 4-3. Bull have only played nine games as have fourth placed Hurst Hill and so both have a game in hand on the top two teams. Hurst Hill are on 14 points after their 6-1 success against McGhees leaving them two points less than the three teams above them. Full Results:Week 10:- Cleveland Arms 3 Moreton 4, ECC ‘A’ 5 Emeradl 2, Hurst Hill 6 McGhees 1, Pilot 3 Bull 4, Royal, Albrighton 5 ECC ‘B’ 2, Whitmore Reans WMC 6 Swan Compton 1.
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