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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Thomas Bent began week fourteen in the Shirley Legion Double Top League with a 2-2 draw with Dave Heighway and then added a 3-1 win over Mark Henderson to take his points tally to 66 from 22 games. Mick Bown has moved up six places in the table to replace Lee Harris in the number two spot after he kicked off his four games with a 2-2 draw with John O’Sullivan, had a 3-1 win over Lee Harris and followed that with 4-0 wins against Steve Heeks and Steve Sidwell to give him 63 points from 24 games, three points short of Bent.

Lee Harris recovered from his defeat by Bown to beat Tony Daly 4-0 to leave him just one points behind Bown in third place with two games in hand.

Craig Clarke dropped one place in the table to fourth with 61 points from 23 games after being held to a 2-2 draw by Ben Quadri.

The best leg of darts this week was nine achieved by Kyle Bevan, Gary Cleverley and Adam Stuart while the highest break of 160 was supplied by Brian Lawton.

Full Results:Week 11:- Ben Quadri (112b) 2 Ken Hopton (2x120b) 2, John O’Sullivan (115b,120b) 2 Mick Bown 2, Ravi Saggo (102b) 0 Kyle Bevan (117b) 4, Mark Gwalchmai 3 Gary Cleverley (156b,9 darts game) 1, Chris Thomas snr 1 Wayne Clarke (11 darts game) 3, Steve Harper 1 Craig Clarke (10 darts game) 3, Dave Heighway 2 Thomas Bent 2, Jack Nason 3 Jack Sidwell 1, Mark Henderson 2 Jack Barrows 2, Steve Heeks 0 Kyle Bevan (121f,100f,101b,9 darts game) 4, Sam Hicks 3 Dave Fisher 1, Ken Hopton 3 Chris Thomas jnr 1, Lee Harris (124f,112b) 1 Mick Bown (120b) 3, Lee Lattimer 1 Sean Talbot (100b) 3, Brian Lawton 1 Adam Stuart (9 darts game) 3, Derek Harper 0 Anthony Daly 4, Wayne Clarke 3 Jordon Ottley 1, Tony Daly 0 Lee Harris (2x112b,11 darts game) 4, Dave Fisher 0 Mark Gwalchmai 4, Jack Nason 1 Colin Geens 3, Chris Thomas snr 0 Ken Hopton 4, Thoma Bent 3 Mark Henderson 1, Jack Barrows 3 Sam Hicks 1, Chris Thomas jnr 4 Lee Lattimer 0, Sean Talbot 2 Brian Lawton (160b) 2, Ravi Sagoo 3 Jack Barrows 1, Steve Sidwell 2 Jordon Ottley 2, Adam Stuart 4 Jack Nason 0, Kyle Bevan (106b) 2 Dave Heighway 2, Mick Bown (2x11 darts games,100b) 4 Steve Heeks 0, Gary Cleverley 3 Derek Harper 1, Anthony Daly 4 Mark Gwlachmai (112b) 0, Tony Daly (11 darts game) 2 John O’Sullivan (125f) 2, Craig Clarke 2 Ben Quadri 2, Steve Harper (2x120b) 1 Colin Geens 3, Ravi Sagoo 1 Steve Harper 3, Steve Sidwell 3 Mark Henderson (106f) 1, Wayne Clarke 2 Gary Cleverley 2, Steve Heeks 2 Sean Talbot 2, Mick Bown 4 Steve Sidwell (120b) 0.

The top two teams in the Small Heath League East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association and Heartlands Club both won this week to take their undefeated run to three games. E.B.A.H.A. top the table on average which was increased as they handed out a 9-0 whitewash to their hosts Wagon and Horses. Second placed Heartlands had a 7-2 success at home against bottom of the table Cob’s Bar, Heartlands Brendan Lysaght in top form as he chalked up scores of two maximums, 2x100 plus a 100 break and a nine darts game.  

The top two teams have a four points lead over Emerald Club, Wagon and Horses and Sheldon Marlborough Flights.

Full Results:Week 3:- Wagon and Horses 0 (A.Colley 100, M.Tilley 100, J.Phipps 100) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 9 (L.Robinson 100, N.Parsonage 2x140,131, N.Davis 100b,100, C.Wyatt 120b,140, M.Cooper 100, T.White 120b,101b,2x100), Heartlands Club 7 (B.Lysaght 100b,2x180,2x100,9 darts game, I.Jones 100b, Jim Frost 120b, D.Bond 140 John Frost 140, S.Cain 100,140, G.McCormack 132) Cob’s Bar 2 (M.Turner 136), Emerald Club 7 (M.Coates 100,125, G.Daly 100b, P.Hopkins 124, J.Fisher 115) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 2 (S.McCarthy 2x100, I.Genge 138, Julie McGuigan 116).

There were just two rearranged fixtures played in the Camp Hill League in which Roost Rebels won 5-2 at New Inn to see them move up into second place in the table just two points short of leaders White Swan Nomads, Rebels replacing Sheldon Marlborough Flights who are now two points behind them and four off the top in third place. In the other fixture Emerald Club had a closer 4-3 win over Station Wagon.

Full Results:- Rearranged Fixtures:- New Inn 2 Roost Rebels 5, Emerald Club 4 Station Wagon 3.

It was cup week in the Sutton and District Summer League, first the quarter finals of their Prestridge Shield in which second in division one Boldmere St Mike’s won 7-2 against Old Oscott Arrows who are top of division two. Division one leaders Golden Hind had a similar 7-2 results against Pint Pot Flights who are next to bottom of the same division. Division two teams Bishop Vesey and Walmley Darts Club both had close 5-4 wins, Vesey beating fellow division two rivals Red Lion while Walmley defeated division one side Boldmere Tap.

In the last eight of the Roy Bird Shield division one side Boat had a comfortable 8-1 win away to division three outfit St Thomas Arrows while the other division side Oscott Social who are bottom of the division lost 6-3 away to The Boot from division two. Division two’s bottom team Drakes Drum went out by the same 6-3 margin to Castle Vale Residents who top division three and it was Sutton Sports who won the all division three affair against Rosey Mac’s 5-4.

Full Results:Prestridge Shield:Quarter Finals:- Boldmere St Mike's 7 Old Oscott Arrows 2, Pint Pot Flights 2 Golden Hind 7, Red Lion 4 Bishop Vesey 5, Walmley Darts Club 5 Boldmere Tap 4, Roy Bird Shield:Quarter Finals:- The Boot 6 Oscott Social 3, Drakes Drum 3 Castle Vale Residents 6, Rosey Mac’s 4 Sutton Sports 5, St Thomas Arrows 1 The Boat 8.

The Shirley and District Monday Night League is up to week 13 and the results for the week had no impact whatsoever on the top six places as leaders Dunky’s Boys made it twelve straight wins with a 7-2 win over Bluebell, second placed Lodge won 8-1 at Legion Royals, third in the table Highwood had a bye, fourth placed Lions had an 8-1 win over Red Lion, fifth team Bears were 5-4 winners at Cider House and sixth in the table Wharf beat Saracens Misfits 7-2.

With 24 points from 12 games Dunky’s have a two point’s lead and a game in hand on Lodge with Highwood and Lions two points adrift of Lodge but from one game fewer. Bears have 18 points from 12 games and Wharf 16 from 13 games.

Full Results:Week 13:- The Lions 8 Red Lion 1, The Wharf (L.Hodges 18 darts game) 7 Saracens Misfits (L.Harris 100f) 2, Dunky’s Boys ( P.Healy 180, A.Hutchings 121f) 7 Bluebell (T.McCabe 180) 2, Legion Royals 1 The Lodge (M.Cooper 112b) 8, Plume of Feathers 5 HSDT 4, Shirley Spartac 4 Sharmans Cross 5, Legion Flights 6 Saracens Jesters 3, Cider House (M.McCallion 180) 4 Casey Joe’s Bears (C.Thomas jnr 122b, A.Thomas 120b) 5, Highwood had a bye.

The Stourbridge and District Monday Night League have got their new season underway and the early pacesetters are Bird (Wordsley) and British Oak who in turn had 8-1 wins over Church Tavern and Gigmill. Reigning league champions Brickmakers Arms are in joint third place, they won 7-2 against Rose and Crown (Wordsley) to put them level on points and average with Britannia, Hop House and last season’s runners-up Ten Arches, Brittania winning at home against Gate Hangs Well, Hop House away to Fox Inn (Lye) and Ten Arches won their home tie with Bird (Stourbridge).

Full Results:Week 1:- Ten Arches 7 (L.Stevens 152b) Bird (Stourbridge) 2, Kingswinford Conservative Club 3 Stourbridge RBL 6, Glasscutters 5 Swan (Kingswinford) 4, Lion (Stourbridge) 5 Hare and Hounds 4, Church Tavern 1 Bird (Wordsley) 8, Brickmakers Arms 7 (C.Hart 138f) Rose and Crown (Wordsley) 2, British Oak 8 Gigmill 1, Fox Inn (Lye) 2 Hop House 7, Britannia 7 Gate Hangs Well 2. 

The top two teams in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League clashed in week nineteen, leaders Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club playing hosts to their nearest rivals Roebuck. The outcome was a close 5-4 win for the Ex Serviceman’s Club to see them open up a two points lead over both Roebuck and third placed Rose and Crown who had a 6-3 win at Dudley Sports ‘A’.

Former leaders and currently placed fourth High Oak lost more ground as they went down 5-4 at home to seventh in the table Delph Bell, High Oak are now six points off the top of the table. 

Full Results:Week 19:- Swan 1 Wombourne Pool Bar 8, Fox and Grapes 6 Limes Club 3, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 3 Rose and Crown 6, Bull and Bladder 3 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 6, High Oak 4 Delph Bell 5, Portway 2 Lamp Tavern 7, Brickmakers Arms 3 Mount Pleasant 6, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 5 Roebuck 4, King William 4 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 5.

Townsend Social Club were the only losers in the top four teams in the Netherton Thursday Night League as they lost their home tie with league leaders Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7-2. Second in the league Bulls Head also had a 7-2 win playing at home against bottom of the table Saracens Head to remain nine points behind the leaders as are third in the table Riddins Tavern who won their home tie with White Horse 6-3.

Full Results:Game 16:- Riddins Tavern 6 White Horse 3, Bulls Head 7 Saracens Head 2, Fairfield 7 Netherton Conservative Club 2, Townsend Social Club 2 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7.

There was a shock for top of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League table Tipton Sports when for the first time in 16 games they lost. Playing away to tenth placed Dewdrop ‘B’ Tipton Sports returned on the wrong side of a 4-3 result however with 30 points they remain top of the table but now have to share it with The Vine whose 6-1 win against Hayes Social puts them level on points and average with Sports.

Another somewhat surprising result was the 5-2 win by Cottage Spring who despite being at the foot of the table won 5-2 away to Sportsman who are seventh in the league.

Full Results:Game 17:- Island Inn 3 (R.Simpson 180) Waggon and Horses 4 (C.Dabbs 170f), Merry-Go-Round 4 Horseley Tavern 3, Ivy Bush 5 Wonder 2, Dewdrop ‘B’ 4 Tipton Sports 3, The Vine 6 Hayes Social 1, Miners Arms 4 New Talbot 3, Sportsman 2 Cottage Spring 5, Dewdrop ‘A’ had a bye.

The Cradley Tuesday Night League had cup fixtures on their agenda and in the first leg of the Main Cup league leaders Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ handed their Hosts, middle of the table Riddins Tavern a 9-0 whitewash. The other game played was much closer with Plough beating Wheatsheaf 5-4.

In the Shadow Cup there were 6-3 wins for Dudley Labour Club, Netherton Sports and Social ‘A’ and Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ who in turn accounted for Malt Shovel, Bulls Head and Netherton Sports and Social ‘B’. Roost had a 5-4 win over Gate Hangs Well.

Full Results:Main Cup:First Leg:- Riddins Tavern 0 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 9, Plough 5 Wheatsheaf 4, Shadow Cup:- Roost 5 Gate Hangs Well 4, Malt Shovel 3 Dudley Labour Club 6, Bulls Head 3 Netherton Sports and Social ‘A’ 6, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 6 Netherton Sports and Social ‘B’ 3.

The Brierley Hill Friday Night League staged the second leg of round two of their League Cup and winning through with their average score in brackets were Delph Bell (8-6) against Miners, Wollescote, Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ (8-4) against Ashwood, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ (8-6) against High Oak and Dudley Sports (8-6) against Brickmakers Arms ‘B’.

Full Results:League Cup:Round Two Second Leg (first leg results in brackets):- Delph Bell 4 (4) Miners , Wollescote 3 (3), Ashwood 2 (2) Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 3 (5), High Oak 3 (3) Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 4 (4), Dudley Sports 2 (6) Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 5 (1).

A 4-4 draw for Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club with New Talbot, who are just three places off the foot of the Silver End Sunday Morning League table was not enough for the Ex Serviceman’s Club to hold on to pole position as they slipped to second place one point behind Woodside ‘A’ who won 6-2 at home against fifth in the table Dudley Sports to put them top of the table.

Third in the league Glasscutters ‘B’ are on the same 30 points as the Ex Serviceman’s Club but trail on average after they won the local derby with their ‘A’ side 5-3.

After the top three teams comes a gap of four points to fourth placed Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ who took their points tally to 26 when they won 5-3 away to Kings Head ‘A’, but in addition to their points deficit they have also played one game more than all of the teams above them.

Full Results:Game 14:- High Acres 3 Old Star 5, Bell 4 High Oak 4, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 6 Kings Head ‘B’ 2, Glasscutters ‘A’ 3 Glasscutters ‘B’ 5, Kings Head ‘A’ 3 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 5, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club  4 New Talbot 4, Woodside ‘A’ 6 Dudley Sports 2,
Three Crowns and Woodside ‘B’ had a bye.

There were 7-2 wins for three of the top four teams in the Harborne and District League in week six, leaders Longbridge Social Club and second placed Copper Fox were two of the three as they in turn defeated Island Inn Darts and Bugle Horn. Both of the top two have won all of their games so far, Longbridge who have played six games compared to the five of Copper Fox topping the table.

Third in the league Cock Inn were 6-3 winners at home against Stag and Three Horseshoes while making up the three 7-2 wins was The Bear who won at Weoley Castle Pub.

Full Results:Game 6:- Cock Inn 6 Stag and Three Horseshoes 3, Weoley Castle Pub 2 The Bear 7, Smethwick Cricket Club 6 Bartley Green FC 3, Island Inn Darts 2 Longbridge Social Club 7, Quinton RBL 4 Weoley Castle WMC 5, Bugle Horn 2 Copper Fox 7, Avenue Social had a bye.

The biggest question now in the Pip Club League is whether or not Bombay Bob’s Boys will go through the season undefeated as they took their unbeaten run to 23 games with a crushing 9-0 result over Wigginton Arms. The win keeps Bombay top of the Main table with 46 points three more than second placed Belgrave Sports and Social Club and with a game in hand. Belgrave Sports and Social had a 7-2 win at Globe (Wilnecote) with the home player Rick Martin notching two maximums. Third in the table Birchmoor Club kept the pressure on Belgrave, their 6-3 win at Glascote Club keeping them within one point of them.

Full Results:Game 24:- Globe (Wilnecote, Rick Martin 2x180) 2 Belgrave Sports and Social Club 7, Glascote Club 3 Birchmoor Club 6, Progressive Club 5 Pip Club 4, Bombay Bob’s Boys 9 (Mark Tomlinson snr 180, Mark Tomlinson jnr 180) Wigginton Arms 0 (Rosie O’Connor 120,3x100), Belgrave Club 8 (Nigel Groves 106f, Diane Williamson 111) Kettlebrook Club 1 (Roy Gadsby 126f, Patsy McCormick 116,101), Dolphin Wanderers 7 (Mark Potter 116f) Sports Bar ‘180’ 2 (Emily Jones 2x100), Dolphin and Old Liberal House had a bye.

The Tettenhall Wednesday Night League have been engaged in their Consolation and Knockout Cups, in the former Pilot had a close 8-7 aggregate win over Royal, Albrighton with Swan at Compton, Brewood British Legion and Cleveland Arms having a bye.

In the Knockout Cup ECC Club were dominant with the ‘A’ team beating Dog and Partridge 8-5 and the ‘B’ side winning 10-4 against Moreton. Whitmore Reans were 11-3 winners against Bull while Hurst Hill had a bye into the next round.

Full Results:Consolation Cup:First Leg:- Royal, Albrighton 3 Pilot 4, Swan, Second Leg:- Pilot 3 Royal, Albrighton 4 (Pilot won 8-7 in decider), Swan, Compton, Brewood British Legion and Cleveland Arms had a bye, Knockout Cup:Second Round First Leg:- Moreton 2 ECC ‘B’ 5, ECC ‘A’ 4 Dog and Partridge 3, Bull 1 Whitmore Reans 6, Second Leg:- ECC 'B' 5 Moreton 2 (ECC 'B' won 10-4), Dog and Partridge 2 ECC 'A' 4 (ECC 'A' won 8-5), Whitmore Reans 5 Bull 2 (Whitmore Reans won 11-3), Hurst Hill had a bye.

The West Midlands Men’s Super League have got their new season underway and from last season’s eighteen finishers seven teams have dropped out Allen’s Sports Bar ‘D’, Cradley Sports and Social, Crown, Hill and Cakemore, King Arthur, Landywood and Victoria but there are five new teams Bell, ECC Club, Griffin, a second Horse and Jockey team and a second Yeltz Bar team to take the starting line-up to sixteen.

Beginning the new season where they left off are reigning champions Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ who with 33 wins from 34 games last season began with a 4-1 win over Staffordshire Knot thanks to wins from Dan Nicholls, Scott Baker, Nick Fullwell and Alfie Jacques.

Game number two saw Allen’s ‘A’ go one better winning 5-0 against Gunners Club thanks to Nick Fullwell, Scott Baker, Alfie Jacques, Adam Edgar and Dan Nicholls  

The two wins have put Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ top of the table with 13 points, however they only lead on average as both Bridgtown Social and Woodside Inn are on the same thirteen points and last season’s runners-up Yelta Bar (this season Yeltz Bar ‘A’) are fourth and only one point behind the top three after their 4-1 wins over Cabin and Staffordshire Knot.

Full Results:Game 1:- Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ 4 Staffordshire Knot 1 (D.Nicholls 4 M.Cadman 0, A.Edgar 2 P.Smith 4, S.Baker 4 B.Hollowood 1, N.Fullwell 4 A.Hateley 1, A.Jacques 4 B.Hateley 1), Yeltz Bar ‘A’ 4 Cabin 1 (J.Lowe 4 S.Hall 1, S.Gillam 4 I.Hebberts 1, P.Wells 4 J.Simms 1, I.Townsend 3 G.Johnston 4, D.Redding 4 S.Price 2), Horse and Jockey ‘A’ 0 Woodside Inn 5 (M.Price 1 J.Rollinson 4, B.Robbins 3 L.Slater 4, K.Ford 1 M.Rollinson 4, I.Shaughnessey 1 M.Moore 4, A.Howells 2 L.Kelly 4), Allen’s Sports Bar ‘C’ 4 Gilberts Bar 1 (C.Wood 0 G.Rollinson 4, D.Oakes 4 C.Hill 2, M.Coleman 4 J.Evans 1, J.Singh 4 R.Ward 1, S.Jones 4 R.Ward 0), ECC 3 Horse ND Jockey ‘B’ 2 (A.Simmons 4 S.Hartoff 0, G.Parkes 3 J.Gennard 4, L.Venes 4 L.Wildman 1, A.Teasdale 1 S.Pressdee 4, M.Hampson 4 D.Owen 2), Bridgtown Social 5 Yeltz Bar ‘B’ 0 (M.Craddock 4 C.Newton 2, L.Hodgkiss 4 T.Brennan 2, D.Coyle 4 M.Greenwood 2, O.Maiden 4 K.Harrison 0, N.Pointon 4 I.Hartland 3), Griffin 2 Allen’s Sports Bar ‘B’ 3 (L.Law 0 T.Baker 4, M.Hadley 3 S.Bastable 4, D.Simpson 4 P.Harrison 2, M.Hoult 2 C.Hickman 4, K.Bambrick 4 R.Fathers 1), The Bell 3 Gunners Club 2 (R.Bowen 4 S.Jennings 0, W.Fenney 1 S.Pryce 4, R.Colley 4 W.Barber 0, C.Skelding 1 C.Cook 4, S.Blewitt 4 G.Walsh 1), Game 2:- Staffordshire Knot 1 Yeltz Bar ‘A’ 4 (B.Hateley 1 D.Redding 4, A.Hateley 4 S.Gilliam 3, P.Smith 1 I.Townsend 4, M.Dyke 1 P.Wells 4, B.Hollowood 1 J.Lowe 4), Allen’s Sports Bar ‘B’ 1 The Bell 4 (S Bastable 0 R.Bowen 4, C.Hickman 0 R.Colley 4, R.Fathers 2 S.Blewitt 4, T.Baker 4 C.Skelding 3, P.Harrison 3 W.Fenney 4), Yeltz Bar ‘B’ 3 The Griffin 2 (C.Newton 4 C.Penzer 0, S.Attwood 0 D.Simpson 4, K.Harrison 3 L.Law 4, T.Brennan 4 K.Bambrick 1, I.Hartland 4 J.Batham 2), Horse and Jockey ‘B’ 1 Bridgtown Social 4 (S.Hartopp 0 M.Craddock 4, D.Whitehouse 0 O.Maiden 4, J.Gennard 4 L.Hodgkiss 3, S.Pressdee 0 S.Coyle 4, D.Owen 1 G.Watts 4), Gilberts Bar 3 ECC Club 2 (G.Rollinson 4 A.Simmons 2, R.Ward 3 M.Hampson 4, C.Hill 4 A.Teasdale 0, R.Ward 1 L.Griffiths 4, J.Evans 4 L.Venes 1), Woodside Inn 4 Allen’s Sports Bar ‘C’ 1 (M.Rollinson 3 J.Singh 4, L.Kelly 4 S.Jones 1, L.Slater 4 A.Singh 3, J.Rollinson 4 D.Oakes 1, M.Moore 4 J.Blakemore 1), Cabin 3 Horse and Jockey ‘A’ 2 (G.Johnston 4 P.Robbins 1, S.Price 4 M.Price 1, S.Hall 1 A.Howells 4, I.Hebberts 4 K.Ford 3, J.Simms 2 B.Robbins 4), Gunners Club 0 Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ 5 (S.Pryce 1 N.Fullwell 4, S.Jennings 0 S.Baker 4, M.Lloyd 2 A.Jacques 4, W.Barber 0 A.Edgar 4, C.Cook 1 D.Nicholls 4).

The Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League have been playing their Riley’s Cup down to the last eight and qualifying for the quarter finals are Mark Daniel, Luke Griffiths, Ant Andrews & Ben Harris (Railway), Jimmy Handley, John Bailey, Jon Blakemore & Ray Pitt (Riley’s ‘C’), Michele Pritchard, Sophie Fawcett, Scott Lewis & Chris Skillern (Riley’s ‘A’), Martyn Jeavons, Aaron Parsons, Josh Lengyel & Steve Plant (Penn Bowling), Andy Harley, Steve Potts, Steve Hillman & Sid Bourne (Wednesfield Legion), Paul Newell, Ivor Newell, Calum Bray & Joe Green (Yale Club), Reece Cook-Lucas, Luis Evans, Justin Evans & Chris Hill (Gilberts Bar), Dan Maxfield, Jon Williams, Ryan Harper & Alan Bradburn (Gilberts Bar).

Full Results:Riley’s Cup Qualifiers:- Mark Daniel, Luke Griffiths, Ant Andrews & Ben Harris (Railway), Jimmy Handley, John Bailey, Jon Blakemore & Ray Pitt (Riley’s ‘C’), Michele Pritchard, Sophie Fawcett, Scott Lewis & Chris Skillern (Riley’s ‘A’), Martyn Jeavons, Aaron Parsons, Josh Lengyel & Steve Plant (Penn Bowling), Andy Harley, Steve Potts, Steve Hillman & Sid Bourne (Wednesfield Legion), Paul Newell, Ivor Newell, Calum Bray & Joe Green (Yale Club), Reece Cook-Lucas, Luis Evans, Justin Evans & Chris Hill (Gilberts Bar), Dan Maxfield, Jon Williams, Ryan Harper & Alan Bradburn (Gilberts Bar).

By Alan Towe

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