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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

After the first two fixtures have been played in the Sheldon and District Winter League Dunky’s Boys head the premier division with four points from their opening two games. Highwood KB’s and Sheldon Marlborough Flights are the only other two teams with a 100% record in the ten team’s division. In division one Sheldon Dukes are unbeaten in their two games and currently lead the way, East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association and George ‘V’ are joint second both teams just one leg of average behind the leaders. From the results so far Inn on the Green are the only team in division two to have played both games and won them, they have a two points advantage over seven teams, however Yardley Ex Colts and Highwood Exiles have only played and won one game. Full Results:Week 2:Premier Division:- Crown-Forget-Me-Not (T.Colley 120b) 3 Highwood KB’s (A.Gorman 100b) 6, Langley Arrows (P.Nixon 120b,111f,117f) 3 Dunky’s Boys (A.Hutchins 120b, I.Spencer 157b) 6, Iron Horse (R.Earl 100b, J.Burdett 112b) 7 Pirates 2, Harvester (L.Hodges 132b, J.Smyth 160b) 3 Sheldon Marlborough Flights 6, Division One:- Fox and Goose (M.Avery 120b) 3 Sheldon Dukes (P.Sunner 100b) 6, Lyndon Old Boys (D.Sheridan 160b) 2 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association (P.Webster 180, T.,Webster 120b, 118f) 7, Holy Souls 3 Willclare Sports and Social (M.Tilley 160b) 6, Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 5 Crown Arrows 4, George ‘V’ (A.Dews 120b) 8 Shirley RBL Misfits 1, Division Two:- Ridgemere Flights 6 Langley Flights (D.Tudor 140b) 3, Inn on the Green 6 Maggies (N.Hall 120b, J.Storey 100b) 3, Small Heath Amateur Gardeners Flights 3 Greville Arms (S.Whatmore 109b) 6, Meadway Sports and Social (D.Delaney 120b) 5 Ridgemere Ladies 4.
In the preliminary round of the Four Oaks and District’s Coronation Shield last year’s semi-finalists Golden Hind opened up a 7-5 lead over Old Oscott Arrows but lost the final game 3-0 to give last year’s finalists an 8-7 victory. With The Boot and Oscott Social tied at 6-6 The Boot took the final game to give them an 8-6 win, their first success of the season. Brookvale Social and The Fox fought to the final leg of the last game which was won by Brookvale Social for a close 8-7 victory. The Boat and Royal Sutton Flights both cruised to 13-2 wins against respective opponents Pint Pot Flights and St Thomas’s Arrows while Bishop Vesey beat Erdington Arrows 14-1 but the biggest win of the round went to St Thomas’s Social Club a massive 15-0 win over Sutton Sports and Social. In its 73rd season the League has set a new record for 180’s recorded in a single week with ten maximums hit. N.Sammons (Bishop Vesey), M.Kenny (Erdington Arrows), M.Compton (Old Oscott Arrows), J.Clarke (Drakes Drum), I.Matthews and W. Cadby (St Thomas’s Social Club), P.Robbins (Plough and Arrows), M.Ashton (Royal Sutton Flights), P.Locke (The Boot) and A.Whitehouse (Oscott Social). Full Results:Coronation Shield:Preliminary Round:- Bishop Vesey 14 (M.Hall 2x100, S.Holmes 2x100, C.Sammons 120,100, N.Sammons 180, D.Walton 2x100, M.Norton 100,140) Erdington Arrows 1 (M.Phillips 100, M.Edwards 121,100, R.Bazeley 100, M.Kenny 121,180,140), Boldmere Tap 11 (D.Quirk 2x100, A.Gough 100,114, C.Hagans 3x100, D.Simpson 2x122,136,140, S.Alexander 3x100) Rosey Mac’s 4 (D.Jarvis snr 120b,121,2x100, E.Groves 134, F.Harris 121), Brookvale Social 8 (K.Orlowski 101,100, M.Driscoll 100, J.Yates 100, S.Lysaght 125,134,121) The Fox 7 (M.Horacek 121, J.Cronin 121, S.Hughes 100, S.Wilson 100,140, M.Willetts 112b, A.Sargeant 100), Golden Hind 7 (M.Deathridge 100, D.Pickering 100b,3x140,121,122f, S.Shorthouse 100, S.Pritchett 135, W.Naylor 2x140,100, D.Fowler 100b,100, G.Kimberley 100,140, S.Davey 100) Old Oscott Arrows 8 (B.Hoare 100, M.Maher 3x100, M.Page 3x100, M.Compton 2x140,100,180, D.Page 140,2x100), Lad In The Lane 4 (D.Manning 2x100, J.Sheperd 100,118,121, J.Averill 121, L.Cooksey 140, P.Ellis 140) Drakes Drum 11 (A.Lilley 4x100, R.Hasluck 121, J.Verschoyle 100,125, J.Clarke 180,2x140,110, A.Day 120,2x100,140, K.Brown 2x100), Old Oscott WMC 9 (J.Rogers 3x100, J.Tolley 139,125, D.Parsons 112b,135) Plough and Arrows 6 (J.O’Connor 2x100, P.Robbins 2x100,180, N.Robbins 100b,120,121,100, P.Smith 100b,140), Royal Sutton Flights 13 (A.Kimberley 120b,137,2x140,2x100, C.Perry 121, B.Stephens 100,133, R.Hawker 140, M.Wild 2x140,2x100, S.Paling 2x100, M.Ashton 180) St Thomas’s Arrows 2 (J.Lynch 100, G.Lynch 140,100, M.Andrews 125), St Thomas’s Social Club 15 (T.Kelly 135, J.Collins 148b,123,108b,135, W.Cadby 105b,180, T.Pedley 121,100, I.Matthews 180,121,3x100, S.Bird 116) Sutton Sports and Social Club 0 (J.Illidge 112, J.Boulstridge 137,100,123), The Boat 13 (M.Partridge 120b,121, K.Deeley 108b,140,2x100, N.Clarke 3x100,140, K.Reynolds 2x100,140,137, J.Prince 109b,112b, C.O’Neil 140) Pint Pot Flights 2 (S.Robotham 120, M.Bagnall 160b,100,121, M.Bruin 100,123, R.Mercer 3x100, R.Wright 113b, N.Gilbert 140,125), The Oscott Social 6 (D.Shannon 120b, R.Graham 116, G.Bushell 2x100, J.Morris 140,100,116, P.Graham 2x110b,2x100,104, A.Whitehouse 180) The Boot 8 (T.Taylor 123,2x100, P.Locke 120b,2x100,3x140,180, J.Kavanagh 100,137,125, P.Opieler 132, R.Smith 100,129).
The South Birmingham League had round one of their Knockout Cup on the fixture card the draw matching the two C’s teams from division two in which Arrows beat Flights 8-1. The all division one tie saw league leaders Erdington Members Club win by the same 8-1 margin against The Gate. Full Results:Knockout Cup:Round One:- C's Flights 1 (D.Cooper 100, R.Beale 100,115, S.Beale 100,103, L.Beale 101b,100) C's Arrows 8 (A.Harvey 100, K.Geary 100, G.Meredith 140, A.Hale 103,131), Erdington Members Club 8 (L.Barberan 100b, J.Frost 100,105b, J.Liggins 125,170f, C.Millward snr 2x100b, W.Naylor 100) The Gate 1 (T.Barrs 140, N.Groves 139,180,10 and 11 darts games, T.Molineux 2x100).
It was cup semi finals week in the Forest of Arden Winter League and in the Consolation Cup Highwood supplied three of the four teams. Highwood Exiles had a 5-2 win over Highwood Arms and will now meet Highwood KB in the final after they beat The C’s 7-2. The Presidents Cup final will be an all Journeys End affair as Journeys End Flights won 5-4 against Greville Arrows and Journeys End beat Kingshurst Knights 8-1. Full Results:Consolation Cup:Semi Finals:- Highwood Exiles 5 (R.Harrison snr 2x100,116,107,140, M.Mitchell 100,140, J.Phipps 105, D.Carey 100) Highwood Arms 2 (A.Thurman 140, A.Hawkins 129, B.Anderton 2x100,121, C.Burns 100), The C's 2 (L.Walker 125,2x100,120,140, D.Smith 2x100, P.Richardson 112, G.Vasou 2x100, S.Guiden 100) Highwood KB 7 (A.Cooke 140,100,121, T.Hobbis 2x140,2x100,107,123,137, N.Byrne 2x100,140,117,134, N.Wykes 2x100,3x140, M.Gorman 100), Presidents Cup:Semi Finals:- Journeys End Flights 5 (John Sidwell 3x100, S.Edwards 3x100,140,125, J.Norris 3x100,122, T.Steele 140,100, A.Edwards 133, Jack Sidwell 2x100,121,140, P.Yardley 140,2x180,100,135) Greville Arrows 4 (C.Okey 2x125,100, D.Ryecroft 5x100,2x140,123,132, R.Jelley 3x100, D.Field 138, K.Duggan 140, D.Duggan 2x100,2x140,101,104f), Kingshurst Knights 1 (D.White 121,100, K.White 2x100, K.Brush 4x100, S.Moran 3x100) Journeys End 8 (R.Lawrence 121,125,100, S.Whatmore 140, G.Clinton 121,136, P.Kingdon 2x100,121, S.Kingdon 100, J.Jennings 3x100,140, L.Barberan 3x100,134,140).
Although Studley Cricket Club won their latest fixture against Wootton Bears in the Henley and District League 6-3 it was not enough for them to hold on to sole leadership of the league as rivals Studley Conservative Club had a 7-2 win over Wythall Legion to put them on the same points and average as the Cricket Club and they share pole position. Despite losing 6-3 Wootton Bears move up one place off the foot of the table as Beausale lost 7-2 to Dorridge and although like Wootton are without a point they now trail them by one leg of average. Full Results:Week 3:- Studley Conservative Club 7 (Paul Fackrell 158,140,2x100, Mandy Morgan 140,125,120,100, Adrian Whadcoat 140,121,100) Wythal Legionl 2 (Jeff Quinn 125,121,106f, Billy Quinn 125,3x100, Richard Envine 2x125,100), Dorridge 7 (Andy Foulkes 125,4x100,115b, Keith Wing 121,2x100, Lionel Deeley 140,134,125) Beausale 2 (Jason Smith 123,2x100,100b, Paul Bright 4x100), Studley Cricket Club 6 (Jason Jennings 180,140,2x100,120b, Dave Tabberner 140,135,2x100, Alan Weston 123,111,2x100) Wootton Bears 3 (Alan Marsh 4x140,120,100, Dave Conroy 140,129,125, Robin Ridding 140,2x100), Village Inn 2 (Pete Cooke 140,2x120,100) Wharf Swifts 7 (Lee Hodges 140,129,125,100, Martyn Hicks 2x100, Mike Jones 2x100).
Week six in the Shirley and District Monday Night League saw leaders Red Lion ousted from their number one spot after losing 5-4 away to Solihull Sports and Social Club who are some five places below them. Taking over the top position is Highwood whose 9-0 win over Legion Royals not only maintains their 100% win record but also gives them a two points advantage over the rest of the field. Shirley Golf Club moved off the bottom of the table although they lost 5-4 at home to Drawbridge Bears as Plume of Feathers went down 9-0 at The Lodge and trail the Golf Club on average, both teams are with a win so far. Full Results:Week 6:- The Lodge 9 Plume of Feathers 0, Sharmans Cross (Tony Birmingham 180) 1 Cider House 8, Legionnaires 8 Shirley Spartac 1, Shirley Golf Club 4 Drawbridge Bears 5, Saracens Jesters 4 Saracens Misfits 5, Solihull Sports Club 5 Red Lion 4, Highwood (Dan Rycroft 180, Terry Constable 124f) 9 Legion Royals 0, Blue Bell (Tom McCabe 180) 4 Dunky's Boys (Paul Nunn 180) 5.
Jim Frost lost for the first time in six games week in three of the Erdington Red Lion Double Top League, a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Lewis Bayliss who is now in fourth place and only one point behind Frost who has dropped down to third in the table. Dean Bayliss has moved to the top of the table, he added a 3-0 win over Clive Austin and a 2-1 success against Matthew Cain to his tally to make it six wins in as many games and has amassed 15 points. Joining Bayliss in a joint top place is Will Naylor who is the only other player in the sixteen strong league to have won all of his six games. Naylor began the night with a 3-0 win over Lee Austin and then won 2-1 against John Frost to put him also on 15 points and level on average with Bayliss. Full Results:Week 3:- Dean Bayliss 3 Clive Austin 0, Lee Austin 0 Lewis Bayliss 3, John Frost 2 Matthew Cain 1, Steve Cain 1 Jim Frost 2, Micky Wilde 2 Ian Jones 1, Clive Austin 2 Stuart Larvin 1, Will Naylor 3 Lee Austin 0, Matthew Cain 1 Dean Bayliss 2, Lewis Bayliss 2 Jim Frost 1, Ian Jones 0 Steve Cain 3, Stuart Larvin 0 Alex Downes 3, John Frost 1 Will Naylor 2, Steve Cain 2 Micky Wilde 1, Alex Downes 3 Micky Wilde 0.
After completing five fixtures Rugby top the Warwickshire Men’s Super League with 31 points, however second placed Coventry Bishopsgate are just one point adrift of Rugby and have a game in hand. Coventry Old Ball are third in the league, they too have a game in hand on the leaders but they are some ten points behind them.
Cubbington are leading the pack in the Warwickshire Ladies Super League, they have eight points from their five games and lead second placed Coventry Bishopsgate by one slender leg of average as they too are on eight points from five games.
The Small Heath League staged a top of the table clash in week three between leaders East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association and Heartlands Club. The outcome was a convincing 7-2 win for E.B.A.H.A. to put them two points clear of their rivals and take their unbeaten run to three games. Third in the table Sheldon Marlborough Flights were 6-3 winners at Emerald Club, they are the only other team in the league to have won all of their games but have only played two so far. Full Results:Week 3:- East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 7 (Martin Cooper 2x100, L.Robinson 100, N.Davis 108,100, P.Webster 140, T.White 3x100,100b,140, Matt Cooper 2x100,104f,128) Heartlands Club 2 (John Frost 100, G.McCormack 2x100, S.Cain 100,125, Jim Frost 140, M.Cain 135), Emerald Club 3 (R.Fisher 128, A.Fisher 115, P.Hopkins 115b, J.Fisher 2x100) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 6 (P.Seadon 140, A.Wale 119, D.Humphries 115, P.Brown 121), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 2 (A.Eden 100b, D.Howlett 3x100, M.Cox 100) Wagon and Horses 7 (G.Daly 112b, C.Murphy 140, M.Looby 100, D.Rivitt 134).
The Brierley Hill Monday Night League have completed their domestic fixtures and with a final 7-2 win away to bottom of the table Limes Club, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club have won the title with 50 points. Runners up Delph Bell also finished the campaign on 50 points after they also won their last game 7-2 at Lamp Tavern. League secretary Jack Pearson took time out to congratulate Sue Hadley captain of Dudley Ex Serviceman’s as since the league was first formed she was the first female captain to win the title. Full Results:Week 30:- Portway 3 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 6, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 9 King William 0, Limes Club 2 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7, Lamp Tavern 2 Delph Bell 7, New Talbot 6 Blue Brick 3, Bulls Head (Netherton) 5 Roebuck 4, Brickmakers Arms 3 Pensnett Liberal Club 6, Mount Pleasant 4 The Swan 5.
A 5-2 win at Tyseley WMC has seen Journeys End Lions make it two consecutive wins to top the Camp Hill League on average from Crown Jewels who had a close 4-3 verdict in their home tie with bottom of the table Devil’s Club. So far third and fourth placed Emerald Club and Wagon and Horses have both played one and won one, they are the only other unbeaten teams in the league. Full Results:Week 5:- Cotterills Lane Club 5 Station Wagon 2, Crown Jewels 4 Devil’s Club 3, Tyseley WMC 2 Journeys End Lions (Pete Yardley 180, Luis Barberan 152b) 5, Holy Souls had a bye.
The top three teams in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League are all on 12 points after playing seven games. Club Dudley top the table, their latest 9-0 win away to White Lion extending their average lead over second and third placed Gornal Labour Club and Parkes Hall who in turn won 6-3 at Pensnett Liberal Club and 5-4 at Ashwood. At the other end of the table Fellows Club chalked up their first win in seven a 6-3 win at Gornal British Legion to lift them off the bottom and be replaced by White Lion. Full Results:Week 7:- Gornal British Legion 3 Fellows Club 6, Ashwood 4 Parkes Hall 5, Netherton Cricket Club 6 Jolly Crispin 3, Britannia 4 Coseley Tavern 5, White Lion 0 Club Dudley 9, Old Bulls Head 7 Hilly House 2, Pensnett Liberal Club 3 Gornal Labour Club 6, Red Cow 1 Five Ways 8.
The Brierley Hill Friday Night League played their doubles knockout down to the last eight and lining up on finals night will be S.Dawkins & G.Jackson, J.Batham & C.Penzer (Brickmakers Arms ‘A’), A.Turley & C.Hart (Brickmakers Arms ‘B’), J.Barrowman & C.Fox, A.Smith & R.Pitt (Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’), A.Mears & S.Russell (Delph Bell), C.Harris & R.Nuttin (Fox Inn ‘A’, Lye) and D.Male & A.Apati (Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’).
The final of their Rickuss Cup was the order of the day for the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League and clinching the title with a close 4-3 result over Ivy Bush was Island Inn who won the tie in the very last leg of the final game.
An 8-1 home win over Progressive Club has consolidated the number one spot for The Office in the Main Division of the Pip Club League. Office have 8 points from 4 games but Queens Head, Belgrave Club and Birchmoor Club are also on 8 points but have all played five games. Fifth in the table Winning Post are two points behind the three teams above them but have a game in hand on all three. Full Results:Week 5:- Pip Club 2 Belgrave Club (Nathan Jackson 180) 7, Old Liberal (Paul Weston 102f) 4 Birchmoor Club 5, Wigginton Arms 0 Queens Head (Sam Whittaker 180,16 darts game) 9, Kettlebrook Club 4 Globe (Wilnecote) 5, Sports Bar ‘180’ 9 Mercian 0, The Office (Ian Turner 180, Martin Edwards 16 darts game) 8 Progressive Club 1, Dolphin 2 Winning Post (Leighton Massey 100) 7, Red Lion had a bye.
With only two games remaining in the Rowley Monday Night League The Bell have already won the title with a total of 54 points from 28 games as their nearest rivals Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’, who are virtually assured of the runners up spot cannot catch the champions as they have played the same number of games and are eight points behind them.
Ten Arches ‘A’ continue to lead the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League an 8-1 home win over Quarry Bank Conservative Club keeping them two points ahead of their ‘B’ side in second place after they handed out a 9-0 whitewash to their visitors Stourbridge RBL which in turn keeps them four points to the good on third in the table Gate ‘B’ who had a 6-3 win at home against Hare and Hounds ‘A. Full Results:Week 32:- Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 5 Gate ‘A’ 4, Gate ‘B’ 6 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 3, Ten Arches ‘B’ 9 Stourbridge RBL 0, Crestwood 2 Queens 7, Ten Arches ‘A’ 8 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 1, Brickmakers Arms 7 Church Tavern 2, Bridge (Kingswinford) 5 Bird (Wordsley) 4, Old Cat (Wordsley) 6 Kingswinford Snooker Club 3, Kingswinford Conservative Club 5 Bird (Stourbridge) 4, The Swan 6 Britannia 3, Fox Inn (Lye) 8 Garibaldi 1.
Tilted Barrel lead both the 301 and 501 divisions of the Bilston and District League. In the 301 league they won 6-1 against Darlaston Conservative Club putting them on 26 points two more than second in the table Nutan who were 5-2 winners against fourth placed Lanesfield RBL. Tilted Barrell have a four point’s advantage in the 501 division after adding their 2-1 success over Darlaston Conservative Club and again it’s Nutan who are their nearest threat, they kept in touch with a similar 2-1 win over Lanesfield RBL. Full Results:Week 14:301 Division:- 44 Club 3 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 4, Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 2 Rocket Pool 5, Bilston Conservative Club 7 Hotshots Snooker Club 0, The Nutan 5 Lanesfield RBL 2, Tilted Barrel 6 Darlaston Conservative Club 1, Triangle Snooker Club 2 Angel Inn 5, White Hart 1 Bilston Conservative Club ‘A’ 6, 501 Division:- 44 Club 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 1, Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 0 Rocket Pool 3, Bilston Conservative Club 3 Hotshots Snooker Club 0, The Nutan 2 Lanesfield RBL 1, Tilted Barrel 2 Darlaston Conservative Club 1, Triangle Snooker Club 3 Angel Inn 0, White Hart 2 Bilston Conservative Club ‘A’ 1.
The Netherton Thursday Night League staged the final of their League Cup which brough together the league’s champions Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club and runners up Riddins Tavern. As expected it was a great game played in a cracking atmosphere and in the right spirit between two excellent teams. The final score was 5-3 giving Dudley Ex Serviceman’s a fantastic double the league and cup titles. Full Results:League Cup:Final:- Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 5 Riddins Tavern 3.
The Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League played the finals of their divisional cups the division one game bringing together local rivals Riley’s ‘B’ and Riley’s ‘C’. The result went in favour of the ‘B’ side beating their ‘C’ team and reigning champions 4-1. The division two final saw the singles league leaders Dog and Partridge lose 4-1 to Woodfield Social who are fifth in the same division. Full Results:League Cup:Finals:Division One:- Riley’s 'B' 4 Riley’s 'C' 1, Division Two:- Woodfield Social 4 Dog & Partridge 1.
Leaders ECC ‘A’ took their points to 56 with a 5-2 win away to second in the table Whitmore Reans WMC in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League and leave Whitmore eight points behind them. Third in the table Cleveland Arms are a further four points adrift after recording the week’s biggest win 6-1 at Jones Road. Full Results:Week 32:- Bull 4 Village Inn 3, Dog and Partridge 2 Brewood British Legion 5, ECC ‘B’ 3 Swan Compton 4, Jones Road 1 Cleveland Arms 6, Riley’s 4 Moreton 3, Whitmore Reans WMC 2 ECC ‘A’ 5.
The Wednesbury and Darlaston Wednesday Night League produced a top of the table clash between leaders The Nutan and second placed Black Horse. The result was a 6-3 win for Nutan to give them a huge ten points advantage over their opponents. Full Results:Match 27:- Staffordshire Knot ‘B’ 4 Churchills ‘A’ 5, The Nutan 6 Black Horse 3, Churchills ‘B’ 1 Horse and Jockey 8, English Oak 2 Staffordshire Knot ‘A’ 7.
The South West Birmingham Clubs League staged round one of their Inter Divisional Percy Hinton Cup which produced a few shock results as Bartley Green FC ‘B’ who are bottom of division one without a point from their opening three games beat West Heath CEM who are third in the same division 5-3. Longbridge Flights had a surprising 5-4 win at West Heath Cobra and division two’s Stirchley Tascos beat Bournbrook who are second in the same division 5-4. Other winners to go through to the next round were Rubery RBL and Solihull Municipal, Perfection, Dingle and Longbridge United all had a bye. The ladies section played their week four games and Bournbrook Ladies took full advantage of Stirchley Nomads bye as they won 4-3 against Longbridge Ladies to take over in pole position with a two points lead over former leaders Stirchley. Full Results:Percy Hinton Cup:Round One:- Bartley Green FC ‘B’ 5 West Heath CEM 3, Moseley Brunswick 2 (D.Birch 140,107, R.Stevens 171, S.Corbett 100) Rubery RBL 7 (S.Knowles 140,100,100b, J.Higgins 121, J.Grainger 114, J.O’Neill 140), West Heath Cobra 4 (T.Blake 100b, G,Dews 105, R.Dillon 129, D.Wallis 160b,135,100, E.Scullion 132) Longbridge Flights 5 (S.Facey 2x100, R.Walton 116, J.Steward 101), Solihull Municipal 6 (G.Cleverley 100, J.Stait 112b, L.Symmons 140, W.Clarke 2x100, C.Clarke 112b) Yardley Wood 3 (R.Morris 121, B.Williams 120,100, D.Palmer 110f, S.Morris 140), Stirchley Tascos 5 (B.Wolstencroft 112, C.Ryan 2x100) Bournbrook 4 (J.Warman 115b, N.Twigg 122, D.Collins 105b,100f, T.Jeffs 105b,100), Perfection, Dingle and Longbridge United all had a bye, Ladies Section:Week 4:- Bartley Green FC ‘A’ 5 Stirchley Ladies 2, Longbridge Ladies 3 Bournbrook Ladies 4 (M.Daly 2x100), Stirchley Nomads had a bye.
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