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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Warwickshire County Darts Organisation will go into their final fixture of the year in the premier division of the BDO Inter County Championships this coming weekend on the back of two successive wins. Following wins over West Midlands and Cheshire the home team will be looking to make it three in a row when they play hosts to Lincolnshire who are some three places and eighteen points behind them. A win could well see Warwickshire move up into the top three places in the table. Selected to play for Warwickshire are, Men’s ‘A’:- Steve Hine, Kevin Dowling, Nigel Heydon, Ted Evetts, Noel Grant, Antony Allen, Jamie Hughes, Ian McFarlane, Dean Stewart, Tom Aldridge, Ian Shaw, Charlie Symons, Men’s ‘B’:- Tom Ryan, James Hykin, David Hill, Tom Martin, Ashley Hykin, Rob Comben, Richard Foster, Anthony West, Mark Strong, Karl Reynolds, Carl Green, Jack Wareing, Reserves:- Mark Westgarth, Gareth Braham, Tom McGlone, Mark Carter, Jamie Atkins, Steve Giddings, Women’s ‘A’:- Natalie Gilbert, Sue Gulliver, Wendy Adams, Nina Bolt, Caroline Pike, Kat Spanswick, Women’s ‘B’:- Donna Pinch, Denise Keyte, Angela Jones, Melanie Jones, Chloe McKivett, Marian Conway, Reserves:- Vicki Cross, Helen Rigg, Lucy Keyte.
The Four Oaks and District Winter League played the first round of their Brian Goodman and Ken Rust cups, in the former Boldmere St Mikes overwhelmed Oscott Arrows with a convincing 9-0 scoreline while The Boot who are newly promoted to division one took the final three games to win 6-3 against The Digby. The Oscott Social and Old Oscott Arrows were involved in a very close encounter Arrows taking the match in the final leg of final game for a 5-4 victory. In the Ken Rust Cup The Towers played host to Sutton Sports and Social Club, they lost the first three games but levelled the match at three all and although they lost the seventh game they won the final two to record a 5-4 win, their first win of the season. Full Results:Brian Goodman Cup:Round One:- Oscott Sports 0 (J.Morris jnr 100b, C.Farley 140, M.Bowles 120b) Boldmere St Mikes 9 (S.Edwards 116b,100, J.Liggins 3x100, B.Linnecor 112b,140,107, B.Liggins 112b,100, M.Ashton 100b,2x100, M.Wild 100b,108), The Boot 6 (G.Baxter 100b,100, I.Taylor 100, J.Kavanagh 100b,180, G.Gaughan 100) The Digby 3 (G.Wood 123, T.Streeter 102b, D.Thompson 140, K.Tooze 100, A.Linehan 2x100), The Oscott Social 4 (P.Willis 100, A.Whitehouse 118, P.Graham 100, R.Graham 120b,100, G.Bushell 105, J.Morris snr 127) Old Oscott Arrows 5 (D.Parsons 100, M.Maher 140,100, B.Hoare 100,136, J.Higgins 115b, M.Page 101, A.Lea 122,100, D.Page 100,107f), Ken Rust Cup:Round One:- The Towers 5 (P.Stride 115, M.Jassi 2x100) Sutton Sports and Social Club 4 (C.Batt 101, P.Panjanaden 132, T.Clarke 122, G.Hinett 100).
After a bye last week Highwood, leaders of the Shirley and District Monday Night League returned to action with a tough match away to fourth in the table The Bears, however they returned with a 7-2 win to put them on 32 points and a lead of two over The Wharf. Following their 8-1 win at Plume of Feathers Wharf with 30 points take over second place from Red Lion who had a bye this week, Red Lion in third place are two points behind Wharf with a game in hand. The Bears are on the same 28 points as Red Lion but have played one game more than their rivals. The Flights move up into fifth place with a tight 5-4 win at the Lodge, which sees the Lodge slip to sixth. Full Results:Week 19:- Highwood (Andy Foulkes 3x180) 7 The Bears (Phil Thomas 180) 2, Blue Bell 2 Saracens Misfits 7, Legion Royals 6 Shirley Spartac 3, Plume of Feathers 1 The Wharf 8, The Lodge (James Hinkley 180) 4 Legion Flights (Gary Cleverley, 16 darts game, Tommy Roberts 16 darts game) 5, Legionnaires 5 Cider House (Matt McCallion 116f, John McArdle 126f) 4, Saracens Jesters (Lee Harris 180,116f) 5 Sharmans Cross 4, Red Lion had a bye.
Following his 2-1 defeat to Richard Mills last week, his first defeat of the season in the C’s Club Double Top Wednesday Night League, Jake Webster has been ousted from pole position and the new leader is Bob Nixon who has played and won all sixteen of his games so far. Nixon with a 2-1 win over Phil Ashford in which Ashford hit a maximum and Nixon hit two, plus a 3-0 success against Ryan Beale has seen Nixon take his points tally to 45 with a lead of two and a game in hand on second placed Webster. Newcomer to the league Simon Edwards has kicked off his season in style with 3-0 wins over Ryan Beale, Richard Meigh, Mitchell Mann, Jack Sidwell, Connor Marshall, Aaron Anson and Chris Cooke to put him on a perfect 21 points and straight into the top half of the table with games in hand on all of the players above him. Another player who is fast climbing up the table is Adam Gallett who is currently in fifth place and like Edwards has games in hand on all those above him. Full Results:Week 7:- Jamie Carter 2 Wayne Cooper 1, Charlie Kingdon 2 Aaron Anson 1, Louise Beale 2 Gavin Davidson 1, Mick Noonan (180) 3 Sean Healy 0, Jack Sidwell 3 Chris Meigh 0, Neil McCrave 1 Wayne Cooper 2, Pete Kingdon 2 Chris Cooke 1, Ryan Beale 0 Simon Edwards 3, Steve Beale 2 Richard Meigh 1, Connor Marshall 0 Phil Ashford 3, Brian Anderton 2 Frank Dixon 1, Jay Meigh 1 Dan White 2, Melissa Beale 0 Keith Geary 3, Steve Sidwell 2 Gordon Clinton 1, Lee Walker 2 Dave Field 1, Mitchell Mann (134f) 1 Jake Webster 2, Steve Groves 0 Richard Mills 3, Luke Beale 0 Jay Pitts 3, Bob Nixon 3 Gary Groves (2x180) 0, Lee Walker 1 Jamie Carter 2, Ryan Beale 2 Frank Dixon 1, Richard Meigh 0 Simon Edwards 3, Louise Beale 0 Gordon Clinton 3, Steve Sidwell 0 Connor Marshall 3, Mitchell Mann (180) 0 Simon Edwards (180,119f) 3, Charlie Kingdon 2 Pete Kingdon 1, Jay Meigh 1 Aaron Anson 2, Jay Pitts 2 Neil McCrave 1, Steve Beale 2 Luke Beale 1, Mick Noonan 2 Jack Sidwell 1, Simon Edwards 3 Jack Sidwell 0, Jake Webster 1 Richard Mills 2, Sean Healy 1 Dan White 2, Melissa Beale 1 Chris Meigh 2, Phil Ashford 3 Chris Cooke 0, Bob Nixon 3 Keith Geary 0, Wayne Cooper 0 Gary Groves 3, Gavin Davidson 1 Dave Field 2, Mitchell Mann 1 Chris Cooke 2, Steve Groves 1 Brian Anderton 2, Week 8:- Pete Kingdon 3 Steve Beale 0, Simon Edwards 3 Connor Marshall 0, Charlie Kingdon 2 Dave Field 1, Jake Webster 2 Neil McCrave 1, Jamie Carter 1 Dan White 2, Brian Anderton 1 Richard Mills 2, Adam Gallett 3 Louse Beale 0, Melissa Beale 0 Jack Sidwell 3, Richard Hopkins 2 Jay Pitts 1, Gavin Davidson 0 Adam Gallett 3, Mitchell Mann 3 Wayne Cooper 0, Jay Meigh 2 Chris Cooke 1, Phil Ashford (180) 1 Bob Nixon (2x180) 2, Steve Sidwell (180) 3 Keith Geary 0, Chris Meigh 1 Sean Healy 2, Gordon Clinton 3 Richard Meigh 0, Aaron Anson 0 Simon Edwards 3, Lee Walker 0 Adam Gallett 3, Ryan Beale 0 Dan White 3, Jamie Carter 2 Steve Beale 1, Chris Cooke 0 Simon Edwards 3, Jay Pitts 2 Brian Anderton 1, Wayne Cooper 0 Phil Ashford 3, Steve Sidwell 1 Jack Sidwell 2, Adam Gallett 3 Neil McCrave 0, Richard Meigh 0 Pete Kingdon 3, Keith Geary 0 Mitchell Mann 3, Dan White 3 Dave Field 0, Gordon Clinton 3 Jay Meigh 0, Richard Mills 3 Louise Beale 0, Sean Healy 0 Jake Webster (180) 3, Melissa Beale 1 Richard Hopkins 2, Jack Sidwell 2 Lee Walker 1, Bob Nixon 3 Ryan Beale 0, Connor Marshall 0 Adam Gallett (180,160f) 3, Chris Meigh 1 Aaron Anson 2, Gavin Davidson 1 Charlie Kingdon 2, Richard Hopkins 0 Adam Gallett 3.
Britannia were the only losers in the top four teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League as they went down 5-4 away to second in the table Ten Arches ‘A’ who remain two points behind leaders Brickmakers Arms after their 7-2 home win over Bird (Wordsley). Third in the table Ten Arches ‘B’ won 7-2 at Swan to keep within four points of their ‘A’ team but go six points clear of Britannia who hold on to fourth place with 38 points six more than the chasing pack of Ashwood, Bird (Stourbridge), Gate Hangs Well and British Oak. Full Results:Game 25:- Ashwood 3 Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 6, Swan 2 Ten Arches ‘B’ 7, Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 1 Gate Hangs Well 8, Glascutters 3 British Oak 6, Brickmakers Arms 7 Bird (Wordsley) 2, Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘A’ 7 Garibaldi 2, Stourbridge RBL 7 Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘B’ 2, Bird (Stourbridge) 5 Crestwood 4, Hop House 4 Church Tavern 5, Fox Inn (Lye) 5 Old Cat (Wordsley) 4, Ten Arches ‘A’ 5 Britannia 4.
Little change in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League table as all of the top seven teams won in week 33, however a 5-4 win at Lamp Tavern has confirmed Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ as league champions as they have a four points lead over their nearest rivals Bulls Head (Netherton) with just one remaining fixture. Bulls Head won 8-1 away to bottom of the table Limes Club, the win guaranteeing them the runners up spot. Full Results:Week 33:- Dudley Sports ‘A’ 5 Portway 4, Roebuck 8 Pensnett Liberal Club 1, Mount Pleasant 6 Bull and Bladder 3, Lamp Tavern 4 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 5, Delph Bell 5 Fox and Grapes 4, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 5 Swan 4, Limes Club 1 Bulls Head (Netherton) 8, Brickmakers Arms 6 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 3, Rose and Crown 8 King William 1.
The ECC Sports and Social Club, Showell Road, Wolverhampton, WV10 9NL will be staging a darts bonanza on Friday 14th December when local Tipton star and England International Jamie “Yozza” Hughes and reigning BDO Champion Glen “Duzza” Durrant will be taking part in an exhibition match. Tickets for the evening will cost £10 each with the ticket stubs going into a draw whereby the owners of the drawn tickets will play Glen on stage. In addition to playing against Glen all players will receive a free complimentary professional photograph of Glen and the Lakeside Trophy. The evening will culminate in a head to head match between Glen and Jamie, so don’t miss out on what will be a fantastic evening of top quality darts which will get underway at 7.00pm. For more information or to arrange the purchase of a ticket call the ECC Club on 01902-424455 or contact Jamie on 07799-696567.
Coleshill Social held on to pole position in division one of the South Birmingham Winter League making it two out of two wins when they beat The Gate 6-3. Second in the table C’s Top Guns opened their account with a 7-2 success at Banbury Arrows. The Dog head the division two table with four points from three games after a close 5-4 result at The Trident in their latest encounter. Third placed Toby Jug are the only team in the division with a 100% win record but they have only played one game so far. Full Results:Week 3:Division One:- Banbury Arrows 2 (A.Luckman 101b, S.Hughes 111b,3x100, P.Moran 140) C's Top Guns 7 (S.Kingdon 107b, R.Mills 2x100,180, S.Edwards 100, D.Clinton 140, J.Jennings 120b, D.Wilson 101b,100), The Gate 3 (T.Barrs 116b, N.Groves 120b, M.Watts 104b) Coleshill Social 6 (S.Sweetman 100, P.Bryant 100f, M.McCrave 140), Division Two:- C's Flights 4 (J.Pitts 100) C's Arrows 5 (J.Green 2x100, G.Davidson 2x121), The Trident 4 (R.McDonough 100,104,125,140, J.Lawton 121, K.Buttle 109) The Dog 5 (P.Thompson 100,104,115, J.Kane 2x100,132, M.Blackborrow 100), Division Two:Mini League:- Toby Jug 10 legs (L.Such 100, I.Beattie 137,100,100b, B.Blair 112b, D.Revitt 112b, P.Round 134) C's Hot Shots 17 legs (D.White 100,140, L.Walker 121, K.White 140,122, W.Cooper 100), Roy Parry Cup:- The Gate 5 (P.Jones 105b, M.Watts 142b, T.Molineux 100, N.Groves 125) Banbury Arrows 4 (J.Moss 2x100, S.Hughes 125,140, L.Reece 100), Toby Jug 3 (T.Adams 108b, D.Peebles 130, D.Revitt 125) Coleshill Social 6 (G.Jones 100), C's Hot Shots 6 (D.White 100,124, W.Cooper 100, S.Moran 100) Punchbowl 3 (J.Buttle 120b,123,140,8 darts game, L.Barberan 100,2x100, N.Jackson 100), The Trident 5 (L.Vann 2x100, T.Blakemore 113f), C's Arrows 4 (E.McGuingan 109, J.McGuingan 101, J.Griffiths 100, G.Dvidson 105).
Week four in the Shirley Premier League saw a new player at the top of the table, with former leader Thomas Bent unavailable Antony Daly took full advantage to replace him with a 3-1 win over Steve Harper and a 4-0 success against Lee Lattimer to give him a total of 24 points, one more than Mark Henderson, Dave Heighway, Ken Hopton and Sam Hicks. Bent dropped to eighth in the table but with a straight win in his game in hand he would once again take over the number one spot. Most notable result of the night was Dave Barrows picking up his first legs in a 2-2 draw with Jordan Ottley. The week’s £5 for the highest finish went to Steve Sidwell, a 143 checkout in his 3-1 win over Mick Bown. Full Results:Week 4:- Lee Lattimer 0 Ken Hopton (16 darts game) 4, Antony Daly (110f) 3 Steve Harper 1, Mick Bown 1 Steve Sidwell (143f) 3, John O’Sullivan (180,130f) 2 Trevor Carter 2, Mark Gwalchmai 3 Kevin Graver 1, Paul Harper 4 Derek Harper 0, Chris Thomas jnr 2 John Smyth 2, Ken Hopton 1 Dave Heighway 3, Colin Geens 1 Mark Henderson 3, Gary Cleverley 3 Brian Lawton 1, Phil Thomas 3 Sean Talbot 1, Jordan Ottley 2 Dave Barrows 2, John Smyth (16 darts game) 2 Sam Hicks 2, Jack Barrows 1 Brian Lawton 3, Chris Thomas jnr 2 Paul Harper 2, Antony Daly (180) 4 Lee Lattimer 0, Dave Barrows 0 Steve Sidwell 4, Jordan Ottley 1 Mick Bown 3, Gary Cleverley 2 Ken Hopton 2, John O’Sullivan 1 Steve Harper 3, Kevin Graver 1 Dave Heighway (106f) 3, Sam Hicks 4 Lee Lattimer 0, Trevor Carter 3 Jack Barrows 1, Derek Harper 0 Colin Geens 4, Mark Henderson 2 Phil Thomas 2, Sean Talbot 0 Mark Gwalchmai 4, Steve Sidwell 4 Jack Barrows 0, Steve Harper 1 Mick Bown 3.
The Silver End Sunday Morning League played off their 3 A-Side Knockout and the winning trio were M.Rollinson, J.Rollinson and R.Colley with S.Guest, H.Wakefield and D.Cooper runners up. The losing semi-finalists were B.Lewis, R.Rubery, K.Guest and G.Peters, G.Davies, B.Davies. Full Results:3 A-Side Knockout:Winners:- M.Rollinson, J.Rollinson, R.Colley, Runners Up:- S.Guest, H.Wakefield, D.Cooper, Losing Semi-Finalists:- B.Lewis, R.Rubery, K.Guest and G.Peters, G.Davies, B.Davies.
The final week’s fixtures in the Camp Hill League saw Sheldon Marlborough Flights confirm themselves as runners up with a 6-1 win over wooden spoon winners Sedgemere Devil’s Club. The win took Sheldon’s points to 26, two more than third placed Tyseley WMC who won 5-2 at North Star. Champions White Swan Nomads still have an outstanding fixture with Journeys End Lions but whatever the result it will not affect the final league positions. Full Results:Week 18:- North Star 2 Tyseley WMC 5, Wagon and Horses 6 Station Wagon 1, Sedgmere Devil’s Club 1 Sheldon Marlborough Flights 6.
East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association took their unbeaten run in the Small Heath League to eleven games when they won 8-1 away to Wagon and Horses giving them a total of 22 points. Second in the table Heartlands Club have four points less than E.B.A.H.A after their 7-2 win at Sheldon Marlborough Flights. Full Results:Week 13:- Wagon and Horses 1 (J.Sayers 125,127, D.Rivitt 112b,125,100) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 8 (N.Parsonage 100,3x100b, C.Wyatt 126,100b, N.Davis 120b,100, L.Robinson 101b, L.Wyatt 100, T.White 3x100,129,120b), Cob’s Bar 5 (A.Lattimer 120,101,180,119f, M.Turner 100, D.Mahon 140,118b, R.Pikey 131, J.Kenny 100) Emerald Club 4 (D.Willis 120b, M.Fisher 129, G.Daly 123), Sheldon MarlboroughFlights 2 (D.Howlett 3x100, D.Humphries 102b,2x100, D.Shellis 100) Heartlands Club 7 (I.Jones 100, Jim Frost 140, John Frost 121, G.McCormack 140,103b,100b, S.Cain 100, C.Austin 100, M.Cain 180).
The final of the Andy Bastable Trophy was the order of the day for the Netherton Thursday Night League and with finalists Fairfield not up to their usual standard of play Bulls Head had a rather comfortable 5-1 win to secure the title. The league played their final rearranged fixture which saw league champions Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club win 5-4 against bottom team Netherton Conservative Club to give them a final total of 69 points, nine more than runners up Riddins Tavern. Full Results:Andy Bastable Trophy:Final:- Fairfield 1 Bulls Head 5, Rearranged Fixture:- Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 5 Netherton Conservative Club 4.
Queens Head continue to lead the Combined Section of the Pip Club League making it four wins in as many games when they beat Gate (Amington) 8-1, helping them to their win were Sam Whittaker who notched two maximums and Mick Smith who recorded one. Hot on the heels of Queens Head are Belgrave Sports and Social Club whose 9-0 win at Sports Bar ‘180’ gave them a maximum six points from their three games to leave them just two behind Queens with a game in hand. Full Results:Week 7:- Old Liberal House (Nigel Vaughan 102f) 5 Pip Club 4, Wigginton Arms (Rosie O’Connor 100) 2 Birchmoor Club 7, Kettlebrook Club 3 Dolphin 6, Sports Bar ‘180’ (Emily Jones 3x100,101) 0 Belgrave Sports and Social Club (Gaz Podmore 117f) 9, Belgrave Club (Bob Mills 180, Martin Cairns 180, Bob Mills 13 darts game) 4 Globe (Wilnecote, Dave Barker 103f) 5, Queens Head (Sam Whittaker 2x180,13 darts game Mick Smith 180) 8 Gate (Amington, Amanda Brampton 100) 1, Bulls Head 2 Glascote Club (Andy Docker 180, Wayne Maken 116f) 7, Dolphin Wanderers (Simon Caswell 123f) 6 Progressive Club 3.
From a starting line-up of 58 players winner of the Cradley Tuesday Night League’s Last Competition of the Season was Steven Tipper who with a 3-1 result defeated Kevin Bambrick in the final to pick up the winner’s £90, Bambrick received £45. Tipper had a straight 3-0 win over Karl Hipkiss in the semis while Bambrick was taken to a deciding leg by Alan Dimmock before winning 3-2. Both of the losing semi-finalists collected £20 with the quarter finalists T.Brannon, M.Preedy, M.Jeffrey and S.Bishop having £5 each. Full Results:Knockout:Semi-Finals:- Alan Dimmock 2 Kevin Bambrick 3, Karl Hipkiss 0 Steven Tipper 3, Final:- Steven Tipper 3 Kevin Bambrick 1.
With a final 3-0 win over W.Griffiths (Dewdrop ‘A’) C.Bowen (Waggon and Horses) won the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League’s individual knockout. Bowen beat S.Cliff in the last four games while Griffiths took out G.Arnold. Full Results:Individual Knockout:Semi-Finals:- C.Bowen (Waggon and Horses) beat S.Cliff (Tipton Sports), W.Griffiths (Dewdrop ‘A’) beat G.Arnold (Island Inn), Final:- C.Bowen 3 W.Griffiths 0.
A 6-1 win over Delph Bell by Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ plus a 5-2 win by Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ against Old Star in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League means that the title will not be decide until the final games of the season as Brickmakers top the table with 32 points and the Cricket Club are second on the same number of points and trail by just four legs of average, should be a nerve tingling final fixture for both teams. Week 18:- Glasscutters 0 Miners (Wollescote) 7, Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 4 Old Star 3, Dudley Sports 2 Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 5, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 6 Delph Bell 1, Ashwood 7 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 0.
Congratulations to The Bell on winning the Rowley Monday Night League’s Bill Bishop Cup after defeating The George in the final. The Challenge Cup was won by Hare and Hounds with Lodgers the runners up.
A 5-0 win over King Arthur has seen Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ open up a massive 15 points lead at the top of the West Midlands Men’s Super League table. Woodside lost ground and their number two spot when they lost 3-2 at Yeltz Bar who have replaced them in second place with 86 points, two more than Woodside who are now placed third. Full Results:Week 16:- Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ 5 King Arthur 0 (A.Jacques 4 C.Whitehouse 3, N.Fullwell 4 T.Brennan 3, D.Nicholls 4 L.Bowen 0, A.Edgar 4 P.Warren 0, S.Baker 4 L.Morton 1), Allen’s Sports Bar ‘C’ 2 The Victoria 3 (W.Willis 3 A.Hateley 4, D.Oakes 3 J.Blakemore 4, S.Jones 4 B.Hollowood 0, M.Coleman 4 M.Cadman 0, P.Harrison 2 P.Smith 4), Hill and Cakemore 2 Cabin 3 (P.O’Brien 4 I.Hebberts 0, J.Orchid 4 A.Aldridge 2, K.Wright 2 S.Hall 4, R.Lenton 1 S.Price 4, M.Jones 1 J.Simms 4), Bridgtown Social 2 Olde Queens Head 3 (N.Pointon 4 S.Hill 0, D.Coyle 0 K.Harrison 4, L.Hodgkiss 2 C.Newton 4, M.Craddock 4 M.Greenwood 2, S.Hickman 3 G.Johnston 4), Cradley Liberal Club 0 Allen’s Sports Bar ‘B’ 5 (walkover), Landywood 3 Allen’s Sports Bar ‘D’ 2 (S.Guest 4 O.Maiden 3, M.Dennant 3 D.Thorpe 4, S.Carroll 4 J.Mycock 0, J.Hughes 4 L.Marson 2, G.Watts 1 M.Baker 4), Yeltz Bar 3 Woodside Inn 2 (P.Wells 4 M.Moore 0, J.Lowe 4 L.Kelly 1, I.Townsend 1 M.Rollinson 4, C.Hall 4 J.Rollinson 3, S.Gillam 2 R.Colley 4), Colebatch's 0 Gilberts Bar 5.
It was a good week in game 19 of the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League for Gigmill as for the first time in 17 games they chalked up their very first win a massive 6-1 success over Holly Bush ‘A’. The win has seen Gigmill move up two places off the foot of the table to be replaced at the bottom by Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ who lost their home tie with Fox Inn (Lye) 6-1. Gigmill, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ and Holly Bush ‘A’ are all on two points. At the other end of the table there were no problems for leaders Ashwood ‘A’ who kept their four points lead intact over second placed Swan with a 5-2 win over Bell ‘A’. Full Results:Game 19:- Swan (Geoff Marson 130f) 6 Ten Arches ‘A’ (Tommy Safe 160b) 1, Bell ‘B’ 4 King Arthur 3, Ten Arches ‘B’ 1 Ashwood ‘B’ 6, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 1 Fox Inn (Lye) 6, Netherton Cricket Club 3 Glasscutters 4, Gate Hangs Well 4 High Acres 3, Wombourne Cricket Club 5 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 2, Ashwood ‘A’ 5 Bell ‘A’ 2, Gigmill 6 Holly Bush ‘A’ 1, Holly Bush ‘B’ and Wilson Hall had a bye.
Coseley Tavern suffered a setback to their title hopes in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League as they lost 7-2 away to fifth in the table Five Ways, they drop to third in the league on the same 18 points as Old Bulls Head who have replaced them in second place following their 7-2 win at Jolly Crispin giving them a big average lead on Coseley. Two points ahead of Old Bulls Head and Coseley Tavern are leaders Gornal Labour Club whose impressive 8-1 home win over Chainyard keeps them two points to the good on their rivals. Full Results:Game 11:- Gornal Labour Club 8 Chainyard 1, Netherton Cricket Club 5 Hilly House 4, Jolly Crispin 2 Old Bulls Head 7, Meadow Lark 2 White Lion 7, Red Cow 1 Gornal British Legion 8, New Inn 3 Pensnett Liberal Club 6, Five Ways 7 Coseley Tavern 2.
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