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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Warwickshire began their tenth consecutive season in the premier division of the BDO Inter County Championships with a tough away game against reigning champions Yorkshire and although they lost 19-17 it was oh so close. The ladies teams both returned with 3-3 draws Sue Gulliver (21.40) the ‘A’ team’s lady of the match and Angela Jones taking the ‘B’ sides award with her 19.05 average. There were mixed fortunes for the men’s teams as the ‘B’ side, after adding the ladies ‘B’ result, took Warwickshire into a 10-8 lead at close of play on Saturday. Jack Wareing gave them the best possible start as he beat Craig Gwynne 4-1, Wareing taking the match award for his superb 30.16 average. From 1-0 up the away team then went 2-1 down but from there on in they never looked back, they were always in charge until they sealed victory in the penultimate game when Tommy Ryan’s 4-1 win against Graham Harrison giving them an unassailable 7-4 lead. The final score was 7-5 this being Warwickshire men’s ‘B’ side’s first win over Yorkshire in the last ten seasons. The men’s ‘A’ side had not won against Yorkshire in their previous nine outings and once again it was Yorkshire who took the 8-4 result. Like the ‘B’ team’s game the award winner came in the opening game as Ted Evetts won 4-1 against Peter Jacques, Evetts having a magnificent 32.34 average. Full Results:Yorkshire v Warwickshire (19-17): (Yorkshire names first):Men’s ‘A’:- Peter Jacques 1 Ted Evetts 4, Keith Flint 4 Ian McFarlane 3, James Barton 4 Noel Grant 2, Martin C. Atkins 2 Nigel Heydon 4, Justin Hobson 4 Mark Strong 3, Brian Dawson 3 Prakash Jiwa 4, Tony Hull 4 Charlie Symons 2, Trevor Burkhill 4 Steve Hine 2, David Copley 4 Mark Carter 1, John Walton 4 Carl Green 0, Mark McGeeney 3 Antony Allen 4, Garry Thompson 4 Kevin Dowling 0, Men’s ‘B’:- Craig Gwynne 1 Jack Wareing 4, Tony Darlow 4 Karl Reynolds 1, Jordan Crabtree 4 Gareth Braham 3, Simon Birkett 2 James Hykin 4, Paul Moore 1 Dave Hill 4, Michael Ridge 0 Ashley Hykin 4, Ash Taylor 3 Rob Comben 4, Tony Molyneux 4 Thomas McGlone 1, Carl Wilkinson 4 Richard Foster 0, Steve Stacey 1 Tom Martin 4, Graham Harrison 1 Tommy Ryan 4, Ady Newsholme 4 Anthony West 3, Women’s ‘A’:- Ann Chilton 3 Nina Bolt 0, Paula Burgess 1 Natalie Gilbert 3, Beau Greaves 3 Kat Spanswick 0, Dee Bateman 1 Caroline Pike 3, Rachel Brooks 1 Sue Gulliver 3, Lorraine Winstanley 3 Wendy Adams 0, Women’s ‘B’:- Sally Whiting 2 Angela Jones 3, Giffy Khaosoi 3 Helen Rigg 0, Andrea Dixon 0 Donna Pinch 3, Sara Mortimer 3 Melanie Jones 0, Louise Stockings 3 Chloe McKivett 1, Marie Tuinstra 1 Marian Conway 3.
It was doubles knockout finals week for the Forest of Arden Summer League, the final comprising of the two divisional champion teams Journeys End from group ‘A’ and Dunky’s Boys who top of group ‘B’. The game was a high scoring affair with Journeys recording 28 tons or over to Dunky’s 24 which included maximums for Bob Nixon and Peter Yardley. The result was a very close 5-4 going in favour of Journeys End. [caption id="attachment_35581" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Forest of Arden Summer League Knockout Cup Winners Journeys End Forest of Arden Summer League Knockout Cup Winners Journeys End[/caption] Full Results:Knockout Cup:Final:- Journeys End 5 (T.Constable 4x100,140,137, J.Webster 125, P.Kingdon 100, L.Barberan 4x100,122,140,119,110,125, D.Wilson 2x100, J. Jennings 5x100,121,140. S.Kingdon 140,100) Dunky’s Boys 4 (J.Norris 2x100,137, B.Nixon 100,5x140,180, P.Nunn 100, S. Edwartds 5x100,2x140, P.Yardley 3x100,110f,180, T.Steele 115).
With a 4-0 win over Ryan Brogan Steve Sidwell moved back to the top of the Shirley Premier League on 98 points from 31 games. Sidwell replaces Phil Thomas in pole position despite Thomas winning 3-1 against Pete Silver in what was his final game of the season putting him on the same 98 points as Sidwell who still has two to play. So Sidwell is the new champion and Thomas takes the runners up spot, Mark Henderson who has also played all of his 33 games will take third place with 93 points. Best finish of the week went to Colin Geens, a 120 checkout in his last leg of a 4-0 win over Derek Harper. Three 180’s were recorded and supplied by Tony Daly, Andy Thomas and Gary Cleverley. Full Results:Week 17:- Thomas Bent 3 Pete Silver 1, Steve Sidwell 4 Ryan Brogan 0, Pete Silver 3 Jordan Ottley 1, Gary Cleverley 2 Mark Gwalchmai 2, Ryan Brogan 1 Dave Heighway (102f) 3, Tony Daly (180) 2 Dave Heighway 2, Karl Wilson 0 Pete Silver 4, Michael Forsyth 0 Lee Harris (17 darts game) 4, Brian Lawton 1 Colin Geens 3, Mark Gwalchmai 4 Derek Harper 0, Jack Nason 2 Chris Thomas snr 2, Pete Silver 2 Mick Bown 2, Andy Thomas 4 Ryan Brogan 0, Paul Harper 2 Colin Geens 2, Steve Heeks 0 Mark Gwalchmai 4, Andy Thomas (180,17 darts game) 3 Thomas Bent (100f) 1, Pete Silver 3 Gary Cleverley (180,17 darts game) 1, Michael Forsyth 1 Brian Lawton 3, Ryan Brogan 0 Jordan Ottley 4, Dave Heighway 1 Gary Cleverley 3, Phil Thomas 3 Pete Silver 1, Michael Forsyth 2 Karl Wilson 2, Derek Harper 1 Paul Harper 3, Colin Geens (120f) 4 Derek Harper 0, Colin Geens 0 Dave Heighway 4, Pete Silver 2 Jack Nason 2.
C's Top Guns and Mackadown Social are the top two teams in group one of the South Birmingham Summer League and in week four they played each other. The result was close with second in the table Mackadown Social beating current leaders C’s Top Guns 4-3 to move to within one point of their opponents. Group two leaders Iron Horse remain the only team in the league with a 100% win record after they added a 5-3 success over Punchbowl to their account giving them a maximum six points and a two points lead over second in the group C’s Arrows who handed out a 7-1 defeat to their visitors The Trident. In group three leaders Coleshill Social were also 7-1 winners as they accounted for Yardley Flights. Full Results:Week 4:Group One:- C's Top Guns 3 (J.Webster 2x100,140,117f, P.Kingdon 111,125, L.Barberan 2x100,121,2x140, D.Clinton 100, S.Kingdon 100, T.Evans 100) Mackadown Social 5 (N.Parsonage 180,3x100,121, B.Allen 140,100, G.James 100,112,100, C.Henn 2x100,125), C's Hot Shots 6 (Lee Walker 100, W.Cooper 3x100, R.Hopkins 100, D.White 3x100,134, C.Kingdon 125, Liam Walker 3x100, J.Carter 100) C's Flights 2 (R.Beale 2x100, R.Meigh 2x100,140,123, C.Meigh 100, J.Meigh 100,123), Group Two:- Iron Horse 5 (J.Evans 100, C.Hough 121, R.Earl 2x100,135, A.Farrington 3x100,140, J.Green 100) Punchbowl 3 (J.Buttle 2x100,140, M.Farquhason 100,121,140, M. Phillips 4x100,140,105, J.Finnigan 100), C's Arrows 7 (K.Geary 100) The Trident 1 (T.McDonough 104f), Group Three:- Coleshill Social 7 (N.McCrave 2x100, G.Jones 2x100,180, S.Sweetman 100,140, C.Cooke 100,180, B.Jones 121) Yardley Flights 1 (L.Vann 100, C.Vann 100).
Due to the fact that Sheldon Marlborough Flights had a bye in the Camp Hill League they lost pole position to White Swan Nomads whose 5-2 win over Wagon and Horses puts them on 20 points which is two more than Sheldon Marlborough Flights but they do have a game in hand. Full Results:Week 12:- North Star 3 Emerald Club 4, Station Wagon 2 Journeys End Lions 5, Tyseley WMC 6 Sedgemere Devil’s Club 1, White Swan Nomads 5 Wagon and Horses 2, Sheldon Marlborough Flights had a bye.
A 7-2 win over Saracens Misfits keeps Sharmans Sharks top of the Shirley and District Monday Night League but only on average from The Wharf whose 8-1 win at Sharmans Cross puts them on the same 18 points as the Sharks. Cider House had a bye and drop from third to fifth with Red Lion moving up one place to third on 16 points following their 9-0 win at Shirley Spartac. A 6-3 win over Plume of Feathers sees The Bears take over in fourth place on the same 14 points as Cider House with one leg of average more than their rivals both teams are four points off the top of the table. At the other end of the table Legion Royals with their second win in nine, a 5-4 success over Legionnaires, moved up four places from the foot of the table. Full Results:Week 10:- The Lodge (James Hinkley 180) 9 Saracens Jesters 0, Sharmans Cross (Tony Birmingham 136) 1 The Wharf 8, Legion Royals 5 Legionnaires (Kieron Murray 180) 4, Legion Flights (Gary Cleverley 134f) 8 Blue Bell 1, The Bears 6 Plume of Feathers 3, Shirley Spartac 0 Red Lion 9, Saracens Misfits 2, Sharmans Sharks (John Buckingham 180) 7, Cider House had a bye.
The Stourbridge and District Monday Night League were involved in their League Cup playing it down to the last eight teams. Second in the league Ten Arches ‘A’ surprisingly lost 5-4 at home to twelfth in the table Glasscutters. No such problem for league leaders Brickmakers Arms who handed out a 9-0 whitewash to their hosts The Swan. Another team to suffer a surprise result was fourth placed Britannia who lost 6-3 at home to The Bridge (Kingswinford) who are three places below them in the table. Other teams to qualify for the quarter finals were Ten Arches ‘B’, Bird (Stourbridge), Hop House, Church Tavern and Stourbridge RBL. Full Results:League Cup:- Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 3 Ten Arches ‘B’ 6, Old Cat (Wordsley) 4 Bird (Stourbridge) 5, Britannia 3 Bridge (Kingswinford) 6, Swan 0 Brickmakers Arms 9, Hop House 6 Ashwood 3, Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘A’ 4 Church Tavern 5, Stourbridge RBL 8 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 1, Ten Arches ‘A’ 4 Glasscutters 5.
East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association took their undefeated run in the Small Heath League to four games when they won 7-2 at Cob’s Bar giving them a two point’s advantage over second and third placed Heartlands Club and Sheldon Marlborough Arrows. Heartlands fixture at Emerald Club was cancelled but they have played the same number of games as E.B.A.H.A while Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 5-3 win over Wagon and Horses was their fifth game of the season. Full Results:Week 5:- Cob’s Bar 2 (M.Turner 2x100,100b,121, M.Atkins 100, A.Lattimer 140,138f,100,9 darts game) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 7 (N.Parsonage 131, N.Davis 115b,100b,100, C.Wyatt 2x140,2x100b,160b, M.Cooper 140,100,109f, T.White 100b,100, L.Robinson 100), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 5 (K.Hobbins 100, M.Wyatt 107) Wagon and Horses 3 (A.Cheshire 116,105,103,102b).
A 5-4 home defeat in the Netherton Thursday Night League for Riddins Tavern at the hands of the Bulls Head team has seen Riddins ousted from pole position and drop to second behind new leaders Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club. The Ex Serviceman’s Club’s 6-3 home win over bottom of the table Netherton Conservative Club has put them level on 48 points with Riddins but they have a far superior average plus a game in hand. Bulls Head’s win sees them move up one place to third overtaking Townsend Social Club who lost 6-3 at home against Fairfield leaving them three points behind Bulls Head. Full Results:Game 22:- Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 6 Netherton Conservative Club 3, Townsend Social Club 3 Fairfield 6, Riddins Tavern 4 Bulls Head 5, White Horse 7 Delph Bell 2.
With no result this week for Rubery RBL in the Kings Norton League, Avenue Social have replaced them at the top of the table following their 5-2 home win over Harborne. Rubery drop to third place behind West Heath who had a 7-0 win away to Dingle and making it a quartet of teams on eight points at the top of the table is Coppice who had a close 4-3 win at E57. Both West Heath and Coppice have played five games as opposed to Avenue and Rubery who have played four and are undefeated. Full Results:Game 5:- Kings Heath 2 (M.Marshall 2x100, D.Parish 100, J.Tulloch 100, N.Pearce 100,115) Thurlestone 5 (A.Nibblet 2x100,120, N.Watts 100,123, D.Peace 140, P.Andrews 118f, T.Hill 100, C.Micklewright 100), Weoley Hill 4 (L.Allen 3x100,140, M.Lloyd 121,140, J.Taylor 2x100, P,Draper 125, O.Draper 100) Cock Inn 3 (L.Caven 121, L.Fox 100, John Fox 100, A.Vaughan 2x100,135, Joe Fox 100,180, K.Vaughan 2x100), Avenue Social 5 (E.Simpson 2x100,140, G.Dews 2x100,140, J.Best 100, J.Hykin 4x100,140, C.Whitehouse 4x100,121, T.Hamilton 2x121,131,140, A.Hykin 140,180, P.Blades 100, R.Mann 100, J.Hykin 110f) Harborne 2 (A.Hopkins 100, S.Hopkins 100, S.Sheridan 2x100, M.Poolton 2x100,121,125,135,140, M.Harding 121, D.Hopkins 135,140), Dingle 0 (A.Bailes 2x100, L.Perkins, 2x100, B.Faulkner 2x100,140, B.Crumpton 2x100, S.Blackford 100, N.Ferriday 140) West Heath 7 (T.Atkins 3x100,100f, W.Marshall 100,140, A.Sutton 110,140, T.Shipley 140, W.Webb 2x100,125), Northfield 2 (C.Nelson 3x100,140, T.Cahill 3x100,104, D.Burns 140, P.Cahill 100, I.Brown 104) Bournbrook 5 (T.Jeffs 2x140,125, L.Arnold 100,110, R.Orton 128, D.Collins 100,2x140, K.Mason 114,2x140), E57 3 (J.Calt 100,2x140, T.Roberts 2x100, N.Porter 2x100,140, R.Morris 3x100, L.Brotherton 125,134, M.Ellis 2x100, N.Cahilll 105) Coppice 4 (R.Mooney 100, A.Chidley 2x100,140, C.Heath 3x100,180, P.Arnold 2x100,121, G.Twist 100,140, C.Heath 120f).
Little change in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League table as all of the top five teams won in week 27. Leaders Bulls Head (Netherton) had a 6-3 home win over sixth in the table Roebuck while Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club retained their second place and two point’s deficit on the leaders with a 7-2 win at Pensnett Liberal Club. After the leading duo there comes a four point’s gap to third placed Dudley Sports ‘A’ who were the week’s biggest winners, a 9-0 victory at King William. Full Results:Week 27:- Pensnett Liberal LCub 2 Dudley Ex Servieman’s Club ‘A’ 7, Portway 5 Fox and Grapes 4, Brickmakers Arms 7 Swan 2, Bulls Head (Netherton) 6 Roebuck 3, Mount Pleasant 6 Limes Club 3, Lamp Tavern 3 Rose and Crown 6, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 1 Delph Bell 8, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5 Bull and Bladder 4, King William 0 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 9.
A 5-2 win at The Wonder has seen Tipton Sports open up a two points lead at the top of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League as their nearest rivals Dewdrop ‘A’ lost 4-3 away to fourth placed Island Inn. Dewdrop ‘A’, Waggon and Horses and Island Inn are all on 50 points two short of Tipton Sports. It was not a good week for Dewdrop as Waggon and Horses beat their ‘B’ team 5-2. Full Results:Game 31:- Sportsman 5 Merry-Go-Round ‘A’ 2, Wonder 2 Tipton Sports 5, Island Inn 4 Dewdrop ‘A’ 3, Dewdrop ‘B’ 2 Waggon and Horses 5, Ivy Bush 4 Hayes Social 3, Merry-Go-Round ‘B’ 3 The Vine 4, New Talbot 4 Horseley Tavern 3.
A 5-4 win at Gate Hangs Well has seen Brickmakers Arms retain the Cradley Tuesday Night League title for a second season as the win gives them a total of 34 points six more than second placed Bulls Head with just two fixtures remaining. Bulls Head also won 5-4 in their game at Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ to put them two points ahead of their third placed opponents. Wheatsheaf are fourth in the table on the same 26 points as Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ but they have played 19 games and only have one remaining fixture. Full Results:Game 19:- Gate Hangs Well 4 Brickmakers Arms 5, Hawne Lane Tavern 7 Roost 2 (Steve Tipper 180), Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 4 Bulls Head 5, Wheatsheaf 5 Chop House 4, White Horse 0 Riddins Tavern 9.
The Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League have got their new season underway and the early pacesetters are Gornal British Legion who were 8-1 winners at Hilly House. Meadowlark, New Inn and White Lion in turn all won 6-3 against Red Cow, Five Ways and Jolly Crispin. Full Results:Week 1:- Jolly Crispin 3 White Lion 6, Hilly House 1 Gornal British Legion 8, Old Bulls Head 4 Coseley Tavern 5, New Inn 6 Five Ways 3, Meadowlark 6 Red Cow 3, Gornal Labour Club 5 Netherton Cricket Club 4, Pensnett Liberal Club 4 Chainyard 5.
Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ moved another two points nearer the Silver End Sunday Morning League title when they won 5-3 at Pensnett Welfare Club giving them a total of 65 points from 24 games and a lead of nine over second in the table Netherton Cricket Club who were held to a 4-4 draw at home by sixth placed Glasscutters. Third placed Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club also finished all square at four each away to Dudley Sports to remain five points behind Netherton Cricket Club and only one point ahead of fourth in the league and reigning champions Woodside who won 6-2 at Three Crowns. Full Results:Game 24:- Railway 5 High Acres 3, Netherton Cricket Club 4 Glasscutters 4, Old Star 5 Kings Head 3, Pensnett Welfare Club 3 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 5, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 2 New Talbot 6, Dudley Sports 4 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 4, Three Crowns 2 Woodside 6, Bell 4 Portway 4.
The Brierley Hill Friday Night League played their doubles knockout down to the last eight pairs and winning through to the quarter finals were A.Bedford & B.Weatherall (Dudley Sports), R.Riaz & A.Nicholls (Glasscutters), C.Pickett & J.Pickett (Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’), R.Colley & M.Rowley (Old Star), P.O’Brien & R.Lenton (Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’), J.Batham & C/Penzer (Brickmakers Arms ‘A’), G.Jackson & R.Tipper (Brickmakers Arms ‘B’), M.Flatman & J.Barrowman (Ashwood). Full Results:Doubles Knockout:Last Eight:- A.Bedford & B.Weatherall (Dudley Sports), R.Riaz & A.Nicholls (Glasscutters), C.Pickett & J.Pickett (Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’), R.Colley & M.Rowley (Old Star), P.O’Brien & R.Lenton (Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’), J.Batham & C/Penzer (Brickmakers Arms ‘A’), G.Jackson & R.Tipper (Brickmakers Arms ‘B’), M.Flatman & J.Barrowman (Ashwood).
It’s as you were at the top of the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League as the top four teams all won. Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ lost their fifth place as a result of their 4-3 defeat away to third in the table The Swan and drop to sixth on 12 points but they do have a game in hand on all five teams above them and they are only four points behind second in the table Ashwood ‘B’. Ashwood ‘A’ continue to lead the field, they stretched their undefeated run to nine games with a convincing 6-1 win at Netherton Cricket Club to keep them two points ahead of their local rivals and second in the table Ashwood ‘B’. Full Results:Game 11:- Glasscutters 3 (C.Pickett 146f,9 darts game) Ten Arches ‘A’ 4, Ashwood ‘B’ 7 High Acres 0, King Arthur 5 Old Wagon and Horses 2, Swan 4 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 3, Bell ‘B’ 3 Bell ‘A’ 4, Ten Arches ‘B’ 6 Hollybush ‘A’ 1, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 5 Hare and Hounds 2, Netherton Cricket Club 1 Ashwood ‘A’ 6 (S.Skidmore 160b,8 darts game), Hollybush ‘B’ 0 Wombourne Cricket Club 7, Gate Hangs Well 4 Wilson Hall 3.
The top two teams in the West Midlands Men’s Super League Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ and Woodside both chalked up narrow 3-2 wins in their latest fixtures Allen’s winning at Gilberts Bar and Woodside beating Staffordshire Knot at home. The leading duo are the only teams not to have lost in the opening nine games, Allen’s leading the field with 56 points and Woodside just three points behind them. Week nine was a good week for Horse and Jockey as they recorded their first win in nine, a 3-2 success at Allen’s Sports Bar ‘D’, however they remain rooted at the foot of the table on 13 points two short of the team just above them Allen’s Sports Bar ‘B’. Full Results:Week 9:- Cradley Liberal Club 2 Bridgtown Social 3 (J.Batham 4 S.Hickman, K.Harris 2 L.Hodgkiss, K.Bambrick 1 M.Craddock, R.Tipper 4 P.Wyse , C.Penzer 0 N.Pointon), Landywood 4 Hill and Cakemore 1 (D.Chattoe 4 J.Bland 1, J.Hughes 4 J.Bunn 0, G.Watts 1 P.O’Brien 4, S.Carroll 4 M.Collins 1, M.Dennant 4 L.Bambrick 1), Yeltz Bar 3 Allens Sports Bar ‘C’ 2 (P.Wells 4 P.Harrison 0, R.Smith 4 M.Coleman 0, D.Redding 1 T.Edwards 4, S.Gillam 3 S.Jones 4, J.Lowe 4 D.Oakes 1), Gilberts Bar 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 3 (G.Rollinson 4 A.Jacques 3, J.Evans 4 D.Nicholls 3, R.Wright 0 N.Fullwell 4, R.Cook-Lucas 2 A.Edgar 4, C.Hill 0 M.Dicken 4), Woodside Inn 3 Staffordshire Knot 2 (M.Rollinson 2 J.Singh 4, L.Kelly 4 C.Wood 0, R.Colley 2 A.Singh 4, J.Rollinson 4 M.Watkiss 2, M.Moore 4 D.Mills 1), Allens Sports Bar ‘D’ 2 Horse and Jockey 3 (L.Marson 3 I.Shaughnessey 4, O.Maiden 4 P.Robbins 0, M.Baker 2 A.Howells 4, J.Mycock 1 M.Price 4, D.Thorpe 4 D.Owen 2), Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 3 King Arthur 2 (T.Baker 4 A.Richardson 0, R.Fathers 4 P.Warren 2, D.Ball 1 T.Brennan 4, C.Hickman 4 C.Whitehouse 3, S.Bastable 1 L.Morton 4), Olde Queens Head 2 The Victoria 3 (M.Greenwood 1 B.Hollowood 4, S.Hill 4 J.Blakemore 2, S.Walwyn 0 A.Hateley 4, C.Newton 4 P.Smith 2, A.Wakeman 3 M.Cadman 4), Cabin 4 Colebatch's 1 (S.Price 4 G.Walsh 0, S.Hall 2 C.Cook 4, J.Webb 4 L.Baker 1, J.Simms 4 A.Hodson 2, I.Hebberts 4 S.Clarke 2).
Week 22 turned out to be a fantastic week for the ECC Sports and Social Club in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League as the ‘A’ team won 7-0 away to Emerald Club and the ‘B’ side also handed out a 7-0 whitewash to their visiting team Royal, Albrighton. League leaders Whitmore Reans WMC and second in the table Hurst Hill both handed out 6-1 defeats to respective opponents Swan Compton and McGhees, Whitmore on 38 points, Hurst Hill 36 and third placed ECC ‘A’ on 32. Full Results:Week 22:- Bull 5 Pilot 2, ECC ‘B’ 7 Royal, Albrighton 0, Emerald 0 ECC ‘A’ 7, McGhees 1 Hurst Hill 6, Moreton 5 Cleveland Arms 2, Swan Compton 1 Whitmore Reans WMC 6.
The Royal, Albrighton cut Wednesfield Legion’s lead in division two of the singles section of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League to four points when they beat them 4-3, however Wednesfield still have two games in hand on Royal. Wednesfield Legion top the division one singles section with 38 points from 19 games and have a lead of eight plus a game in hand on second placed Sunbeam. Full Results:Week 2:Singles League:Division One:- Dog and Partridge ‘A’ 3 Riley’s ‘A’ 4, Railway 3 Sunbeam 4, Wednesfield Conservative Club 3 Gilberts Bar 4, Division Two:- Penn Bowling 5 Woodfield Social 2, Royal, Albrighton 4 Wednesfield Legion 3, Village Inn 2 Dog and Partridge ‘B’ 5, Doubles League:Division One:- Dog and Partridge ‘A’ 1 Riley’s ‘A’ 2, Railway 2 Sunbeam 1, Wednesfield Conservative Club 1 Gilberts Bar 2, Division Two:- Penn Bowling 2 Woodfield Social 1, Royal, Albrighton 1 Wednesfield Legion 2, Village Inn 2 Dog and Partridge ‘B’ 1.
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