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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

The South Birmingham Summer League have completed all of their domestic fixtures and winning the Group One title with 18 points from ten games was C’s Hot Shots who had a four points advantage over runners-up Centurion. The Group Two title went to C’s Top Guns who finished the season with 15 points from eight games, just two to the good on their nearest rivals Coleshill Social. With the league games out of the way cup semi-finals have been on the agenda and in the Rose Bowl there was a surprise for Group One champions C’s Hot Shots as they were beaten 4-3 by Centurion. In the other last four game C’s Top Guns took out Coleshill Social with a convincing 6-1 result. Smithswood reached the final of the Edna Meek Memorial Cup with a 5-2 win over C’s Flights and meeting them in the final will be C’s Arrows who had a walkover against C’s Bullets. Full Results:Game 10:Group One:- Smithswood 1 (J.Buttle 2x100, L.Buttle 101,120, P.Millerchip 100) Banbury Arrows 7 (G.Davidson 2x100, A.Cooksey 2x100,2x140, J.Moss 100), C's Arrows 0 (P.Harvey 100, D.Green 100, E.McGuigan 123,127) C's Hot Shots 8 (C.Marshall 3x100, D.White 119,140, L.Walker 125,100, W.Cooper 2x100, S.Moran 3x100,121, J.Carter 102,125, C.Kingdon 100), Centurion 3 (K.Alford 132,100, M.Phillips 100,125,120, A.Hoey 3x140,100, M.Farquharson 2x100, N.Jackson 2x140) C's Flights 5 (R.Meigh 121, J.Pitts 4x100,125, S.Beale 2x100,125, L.Beale 3x100, M.Beale 100), Group Two:- Coleshill Social 8 Toby Jug 0 (walkover), C’s Top Guns 8 Trident Flights 0, C’s Bullets had a bye, Rose Bowl:Semi-Finals:- C’s Hot Shots 3 (D.White 4x100,140,C.Marshall 2x100,130, C.Kingdon 100,140,138f,100, W.Cooper 140, S.Moran 3x100, L.Walker 121) Centurion 4 (W.Whitehouse 100, N.Jackson 100,140, K.Alford 100, M.Farquharson 120,140, A.Hoey 2x100,2x140), Coleshill Social 1 (S.Sweetman 2x100, P.Bryant 125, G.Jones 2x100,120, P.Williams 121,100, S.Jones 100, D.Holt 132) C’s Top Guns 6 (R.Mills 3x140, S.Kingdon 100,121, D.Stone 119,122,140,102f, P.Kingdon 100,101, S.Edwards 4x100,140,153f), Edna Meek Memorial Cup:Semi-Finals:- Smithswood 5 (J.Buttle 100,140,120,100, R.Barrit 100, L.Vann 140) C's Flights 2 (C.Meigh 2x100, J.Pitts 2x100,125,120,123, L.Beale 100, S.Beale 121), C's Arrows 5 C’s Bullets 0 (walkover).
Boldmere St Mike’s and The Boat continue their unbeaten runs in the Four Oaks and District Winter League, a 7-2 win against Bishop Vesey just keeping Boldmere top of the division one table with a two legs of average lead over Boat who with a 180 from their N.Clarke had a 6-3 win at Erdington Arrows. Golden Hind are just two points behind the leading duo after they won 7-2 against Walmley CSC Arrows. Fourth placed Pint Pot Flights lost 6-3 at Old Oscott Arrows despite their M.Bagnall hitting a maximum for the second week running, they are now four points off the top. Red Lion maintain their 100% record at the top of the second division, two points clear of Walmley SCS Flights following their 6-3 win at Drakes Drum and Walmley’s 7-2 success over Rosey’s Chaps. Rosey Mac’s Leopard and Oscott Social Club took their winning run to four games in division three in turn winning 8-1 against The Black Signets and 5-4 at Boldmere Tap. Deer’s Leap opened up a 3-1 lead against The Towers, but it was The Towers who got the final 5-4 result leaving Deer’s Leap at the foot of the division. Full Results:Game 4:Division One:- Boldmere St Mikes 7 (B.Linnecor 109b,140, M.Wild 101,100, M.Ashton 105b,2x140,120, R.Hawker 100,125, S.Edwards 100, D.Fletcher 140, C.Millward jnr 100) Bishop Vesey 2 (C.Sammons 116,140, S.Abbott 121,100, A.France 100, D.Walton 118,2x100), Old Oscott Arrows 6 (M.Maher 116, E.Atkins 140,100, D.Parsons 2x112b,2x100,110f, D.Page 100,140, A.Lea 100) Pint Pot Flights 3 (M.Bagnall 100,140,180, M.O’Driscoll 100, R.Mercer 137, J.Moon 120b,101, P.Smith 100, N.Robbins 100,105b, P.Robbins 125), Erdington Arrows 3 (K.Smith 146b, T.Colley 100b,100, D.Rawlings 2x100, C.Hill 140,2x100, M.Phillips 112b,132,140) The Boat 6 (W.Mynard 2x100,137,140, J.Prince 100,128, R.Parry 100,102, N.Clarke 140,120,180, S.Harvey 132, K.Deeley 140, K.Reynolds 160b,100,135), Golden Hind 7 (B.Stephens 160b,100,120, W.Naylor 140,3x100,8 darts game, P.Locke 115b, D.Pickering 125, Andy Kimberley 101b,100,140, T.O’Kereke 100, G.Kimberley 140) Walmley CSC Arrows 2 (W.Taylor 113f,122,100, D.Perry 100, S.Wilson 120b,140,105,100), Division Two:- The Digby 4 (K.Tooze 116, L.Cooksey 102b,100, A.Linehan 108b,100,121, D.Forster 2x100, M.Yate 108) St Thomas Arrows 5 (G.Stait 100b,3x100, R.Nelson 100, G.Lynch 100, M.J.Andrews 120, P.Andrews 2x100, C.Connelly 116), Rosey Mac’s 3 (S.Spink 100, E.Groves 102,140,111,125) Oscott Sports 6 (C.Hawkley 140,2x100,134, A.Cole 2x100, J.Tolley 136,100), Drakes Drum 3 (K.Brown 125, A.Day 120b,125,120, M.Deathridge 116b,130,10 darts game, J.Mahon 100, A.Lilley 2x100) Red Lion 6 (B.Hughes 4x100, M.Corfield 125,100,127, D.Lowe 100b, R.Lowe 2x100, T.Vickers 105, J.Collins 125, M.Gaughan 2x100, L.Vickers 100,140), Walmley CSC Flights 7 (T.Tyrie 2x120b,3x100, G.Gaughan 2x100, R.Smith 112b,100) Rosey’s Chaps 2 (R.McLaughlin 109b,2x100,121, G.Averill 100,121, J.Averill 100), Division Three:- Deer’s Leap 4 (K.Lambeth 100, S.Kelly 100, J.Sabin132b, T.Pedley 120b, R.Nolan 120, A.Kimberley 140,134, T.Kelly 140) The Towers 5 (D.Stride 106b,4x100,120, P.Stride 100, A.Poyner 116, J.Addison 2x100), Boldmere Tap 4 (N.Garbett 121,108,120b,2x100, P.Bromley 3x100, S.Alexander 112b,152b, A.Gough 125) Oscott Social Club 5 (A.Whitehouse 100, I.Lloyd 135, G.Bushell 2x100, P.Graham 2x100), Rosey Mac’s Leopard 8 (D.Jarvis snr 120b, K.Shorthouse 140, B.Liggins 100, L.Shorthouse 125, J.Liggins 140, S.Shorthouse 120b) The Black Signets 1 (A.Mars 101, G.Oldfield 137,100, A.Ashford 112, E.Birkett 104b,100,101), Castle Vale Residents 5 (C.Hough 100,140, R.Vann 132, 100) Sutton Sports 4 (D.Carter 100, G.Hinett 116b,100,116).
A 5-2 home win over North Star took leaders of the Camp Hill League Emerald Club’s points to 12 from 7 games and keeps them two ahead of both Roost Rebels and White Swan Nomads who both have a game in hand on Emerald. Roost Rebels had a vital 4-3 win over Tyseley WMC who drop from third to fourth in the table with Rebels replacing them in third place, while White Swan Nomads had their fixture with Sheldon Marlborough Flights cancelled. Sedgemere Devil’s Club moved up one place from next to bottom with a fine 4-3 win over Wagon and Horses, both teams now on 4 points. Full Results:Week 7:- Sedgemere Devil’s Club 4 Wagon and Horses 3, New Inn 4 Peaky Blinder 3, Emerald Club 5 North Star 2, Tyseley WMC 3 Roost Rebels 4, White Swan Nomads v Sheldon Marlborough Flights cancelled.
Week six in the Premier Division of the Sheldon and District Winter League saw leaders Highwood Gerry’s Boys lose for the first time in the five games they have played when they went down 5-4 away to Dunky’s Boys. Dunky’s move up into third place with six points, two short of their opponents but with a game in hand. In Division One there was a first win for Maggies as they handed out a first defeat to second in the division Lyndon Old Boys, Maggies winning 6-3. Leaders of the division Hornet won 5-4 at Crown-Forget-Me-Not and although they have played one game more than the Old Boys now have a four points lead. Holy Souls are the only unbeaten team in Division Two their latest 6-3 win over CCC’s keeping them two points ahead of Meadway Sports and Social who won 7-2 at Small Heath Gardeners. The league have been active with the quarter finals of their Divisional League Cups and winning through to the semis in the Premier were Langley Arrows, Dunky’s Boys, Highwood Gerry’s Boys and Sheldon Marlborough Arrows. Winners in Division One were Hornet, Maggies, The Dingle and Yardley Ex Colts while making the last four in Division Two were Inn on the Green, Small Heath Gardeners and Sheldon Marlborough Ridge. Full Results:Game 6:Premier Division:- Langley Arrows 4 (Jake Webster 107f, Paul Nixon 101f) Kingshurst Labour Club 5, Mackadown Social 3 Sheldon Dukes 6, Dunky’s Boys 5 (Andy Hutchings 180) Highwood Gerry’s Boys 4, Sheldon Marlborough Arrows had a bye, Division One:- Crown-Forget-Me-Not 4 Hornet 5 (Craig Coates 180), Lyndon Old Boys 3 Maggies 6, Willclare Sports and Social 3 Yardley Ex Colts 6, Yardley Arms 3 (Mark Osbourne 7 darts game) The Dingle 6, Shirley Misfits had a bye, Division Two:- Holy Souls 6 (D.Smith 120f) CCC’s 3, Small Heath Gardeners 2 Meadway Sports and Social 7, Sheldon Marlborough Ridge 4 Inn on the Green 5, League Cup:Quarter Finals:Premier Division:- Kingshurst Labour Club 1 Langley Arrows 8 (Daniel Stone 100f, Richard Nixon 107f), Mackadown Social 0 Dunky’s Boys 9 (John Sidwell 113f), Highwood Gerry’s Boys 7 Sheldon Dukes 2, Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 5 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 4, Division One:- Yardley Arms 2 Hornet 7 (Rob Wilson 116f), Maggies 9 Lyndon Old Boys 0, The Dingle 6 Willclare Sports and Social 3 (Mick Tilley 11 darts game), Yardley Ex Colts 6 (Paul Knowles 118f) Shirley Misfits 3, Division Two:- Inn on the Green 7 Crown Arrows 2, Langley Flights 4 Small Heath Gardeners 5 (C.Hughes 116f), Sheldon Marlborough Ridge 7 Hampton and Solihull CC 2.
Brickmakers Arms consolidated their pole position in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League when they handed their visitors Fox Inn (Lye) a 9-0 whitewash. The win keeps Brickmakers four points to the good on second in the table Britannia who won 7-2 at Church Tavern. There was a shock result for Glasscutters as they lost their home tie with third in the league Ten Arches by a massive 8-1 which sees them drop two places in the table to seventh. Full Results:Game 15:- Glasscutters 1 Ten Arches 8, Church Tavern 2 Britannia 7, Brickmakers Arms 9 Fox Inn (Lye) 0, Gigmill 4 Bird (Stourbridge) 5, British Oak 4 Stourbridge RBL 5, Rose and Crown 6 Swan 3, Bird (Wordsley) 7 Hare and Hounds 2, Lion (Stourbridge) 4 Hop House 5, Gate Hangs Well 6 Kingswinford Conservative Club3.
The Small Heath League have played off their Doubles Knockout and clinching the title with a final 2-1 success over D.Shakespeare and M.Turner (Cob’s Bar) were the East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association duo M.Cooper and N.Parsonage. In the semi-finals Cooper and Parsonage had a straight 2-0 win over C.Austin and M.Cain (Heartlands Club) while Shakespeare and Turner had a closer 2-1 result against D.Bond and B.Lysaght once again representing Heartlands Club. Full Results:Doubles Knockout:Last Sixteen:- C.Wyatt & N.Davis (2x140) 2 S.McCormack & G.McCormack 0, M.Maloney (117) & R.Cooper 0 D.Bond & B.Lysaght 2, M.O’Sullivan (2x100,120b) & P.Hopkins 1 C.Austin & S.Cain 2, E.Burns & J.Fisher (100) 1 L.Robinson & T.White (2x100,106f) 2, M.Fisher (120b,100) & J.Senior 1 M.Looby & M.Tilley 2, M.Cooper & N.Parsonage (112b,125,100) 2 Jim Frost (2x100) & I.Jones 0, S.Facey (100) & A.Cheshire (140,2x100) 2 L.Wyatt & P.Webster 0, M.Cunningham & M.Atkins (103) 0 D.Shakespeare & M.Turner 2, Quarter-Finals:- L.Robinson & T.White 0 C.Austin (100) & M.Cain (112b) 2, S.Facey & A./Cheshire 0 M.Cooper & N.Parsonage (3x100,140) 2, D.Shakespeare (111) & M.Turner (100,104) 2 M.Looby (100) & M.Tilley (2x100,103) 1, C.Wyatt & N.Davis 1 D.Bons & B.Lysaght 2, Semi-Finals:- M.Cooper & N.Parsonage (East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association) 2 C.Austin (100) & M.Cain (100, Heartlands Club) 0, D.Bond & B.Lysaght (Heartlands Club) 1 D.Shakespeare & M.Turner (121, Cob’s Bar) 2, Final:- D.Shakespeare & M.Turner 1 M.Cooper (152b,100) & N.Parsonage (129) 2.
With the league having a break from domestic fixtures the Netheerton Thursday Night League staged the finals of their 3 A-Side Knockout. The two semis finished with 2-0 scorelines with Rich Lenton, Matt Hadley and Will Cairns (Townsend Social Club) winning against Steve Siviter, Wayne Humphries and Dave Shilvock (Fairfield) and Bobby Carr, Phil Tonks and Anthony Tonks (Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club) taking out Simon Purcell, Amar Ghaley and Stan Jones (Riddins Tavern). As in the last four games the final was also won in straight legs as Bobby Carr, Phil Tonks and Anthony Tonks defeated Rich Lenton, Matt Hadley and Will Cairns 3-0. Full Results:3 A-Side Knockout:Semi-Finals:- Rich Lenton, Matt Hadley, Will Cairns (Townsend Social Club) 2 Steve Siviter, Wayne Humphries, Dave Shilvock (Fairfield) 0, Bobby Carr, Phil Tonks, Anthony Tonks (Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club) 2 Simon Purcell, Amar Ghaley, Stan Jones (Riddins Tavern) 0, Final:- Bobby Carr, Phil Tonks, Anthony Tonks 3 Rich Lenton, Matt Hadley, Will Cairns 0.
Despite already having won the Rowley Monday Night League title there was no let up by champions Bell as in their penultimate fixture they handed out a 9-0 whitewash to their visiting team bottom of the table Wonder with E,Price notching a maximum for the winners and team mate P.Bishop recording a 160 break. The battle for the runners-up spot continues into the final game of the season as second placed George won 6-3 against Fairfield and third in the table Cradley Sports and Social Club, who are on the same 50 points as George won 7-2 at Hare and Hounds. There was a seventh win in 29 for Loyal Lodge as they moved up one place from second from bottom when they somewhat surprisingly won their home tie against sixth in the table Ivy Bush 5-4. Full Results:Week 28:- Loyal Lodge 5 Ivy Bush 4, Bulls Head 4 Three Diamonds 5, Bell 9 (P.Bishop 160b, E.Price 180) Wonder 0, Ex Servicemen’s ‘B’ 3 Tividale FC 6 (M.Smart 160b), Spring Meadow 2 Ex Servicemen’s ‘A’ 7, Hare and Hounds 2 Cradley Sports and Social Club 7, Cottage 3 Windmills End 6, George 6 Fairfield 3.
With just three more fixtures to play in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League leaders Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A have one hand on the winner’s trophy after they won 6-3 against Bull and Bladder and their nearest rivals, second in the table Roebuck lost 7-2 at home to Dudley Sports ‘A’ who are fourteenth in the table and a massive 34 points behind their opponents. The Ex Serviceman’s Club now have a four points plus a massive average lead. Full Results:Week 31:- Brickmakers Arms 0 High Oak 9, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 6 Bull and Bladder 3, Roebuck 2 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 7, Mount Pleasant 6 Fox and Grapes 3, Lamp Tavern 5 Swan 4, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5 Wombourne Pool Bar 4, Rose and Crown 8 Limes Club 1, Delph Bell 9 King William 0, Portway 5 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 4.
There was something of an upset in the Silver End Sunday Morning League as leaders Woodside ‘A’ for only the third time in 22 games lost. Playing away against sixth placed Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ the top team returned on the wrong side of the 5-3 result, however it was only a minor setback as they still enjoy a five points lead over second in the table Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club who were unable to take full advantage of Woodside’s defeat as they were held to a 4-4 draw by their hosts Glasscutters ‘A’ who are fourth in the league. Glasscutters ‘B’ are placed third, their 6-2 win at Kings Head ‘B’ putting them on 49 points, just one behind the Ex Serviceman’s Club and six adrift of Woodside ‘A’ but with two games in hand on both teams. Full Results:Game 22:- Glasscutters ‘A’ 4 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 4, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 5 Woodside ‘A’ 3, High Acres 6 Three Crowns 2, Woodside ‘B’ 3 Dudley Sports 5, Old Star 4 New Talbot 4, High Oak 5 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 3, Kings Head ‘B’ 2 Glasscutters ‘B’ 6, Kings Head ‘A’ and Bell had a bye.
The top three teams in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League all won 5-2 in week 27 so there is no change at the top of the table with leaders Vine winning away to sixth in the table Island Inn, second placed Tipton Sports beating Horseley Tavern and third in the league Dewdrop ‘A’ winning at New Talbot. With two more games to play Vine, who are on 50 points have a two points lead on Tipton Sports who have played one game more than them, Sports are then eight points ahead of Dewdrop ‘A’, Dewdrop like Vine having a game in hand on Sports. Full Results:Game 27:- Miners Arms 3 Merry-Go-Round 4, Court House 6 Ivy Bush 1, Island Inn 2 The Vine 5 (S.King 160b), New Talbot 2 Dewdrop ‘A’ 5, Waggon and Horses 3 Cottage Spring 4, Tipton Sports 5 Horseley Tavern 2, Hayes Social 5 Wonder 2, Dewdrop ‘B’ had a bye.
The Cradley Tuesday Night League played off their 5 A-Side Knockout with the Netherton Sports and Social Club ‘A’ side of Carl Davies, Steven Tipper, Jason Southall, Greig Billingham and Keith Morris winning the final against Wheatsheaf. Losing in the semi-finals were league champions Brickmakers Arms and Plough. Full Results:5 A-Side Knockout:Losing Semi-Finalists:- Brickmakers Arms, Plough, Runners-Up:- Wheatsheaf, WinnersNetherton Sports and Social ‘A’.
With the Chainyards versus Old Bulls Head being a late result in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League Old Bulls Head have for the time being been replaced at the top of the table by Lamp Tavern and drop to third in the table. Lamp Tavern extended their unbeaten run with a 5-4 win at White Lion and by the same 5-4 margin third placed Netherton Cricket Club, who like Lamp Tavern have won all of their seven games, won at Gornal Labour Club. With Lamp and the Cricket Club both on an unbeaten 14 points and Old Bulls Head on 12 with a game in hand there is then a four points gap with Gornal Labour Club, Gornal British Legion and New Inn all on eight points. Full Results:Game 7:- Gornal Labour Club 4 Netherton Cricket Club 5, Jolly Crispin 5 Red Cow 4, White Lion 4 Lamp Tavern 5, Five Ways 2 New Inns 7, Gornal British Legion 7 Pensnett Liberal Club 2, Hilly House 4 Meadow Lark 5.
Wilson Hall lead the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League and in game number seven they increased their lead to four points when they won 6-1 at home against Gigmill and their nearest rivals Swan ‘A’ lost 5-2 at home to Ashwood ‘B’, Swan ‘A’ dropping from second to fourth while their victors move up one place to third. Although they had a bye Bird (Wordsley) have moved up one place to second as they are on the same ten points as Ashwood ‘B’, Swan ‘A’, Ten Arches ‘B’ and Brickmakers Arms but have the better average, Bird, Swan and Ten Arches have all only played six games. Full Results:Game 7:- Ten Arches ‘A’ 4 King Arthur 3 (I.Langfol 160b), Wilson Hall 6 Gigmill 1, Gate Hangs Well 3 Swan ‘B’ 4, Church Tavern ‘A’ 1 Ten Arches ‘B’ 6, Ashwood ‘A’ 3 Bell 4 (K.Cooksey 9 darts game), Fox Inn (Lye 4 Wombourne Cricket Club 3, Holly Bush 1 Brickmakers Arms 6, Caves 4 Church Tavern ‘B’ 3, Swan ‘A’ 2 Ashwood ‘B’ 5, Bird (Wordsley) had a bye.
Belgrave Sports and Social Club not only added to their points tally but also their average lead in the Pip Club League when they won 8-1 against Dolphin Wanderers. A somewhat surprising result, not the actual win but the margin by which Belgrave beat Dolphin as prior to the fixture they were second to Belgrave Sports and Social Club in the Combined Division having won all of their four games, Birchmoor Club have now taken over the number two spot in the division, their similar 8-1 win over Pip Club giving them the same eight points as the Wanderers but with a better average and leaving both team two points short of the leaders. Full Results:Game 5:- Belgrave Sports and Social Club 8 (Gaz Preece 180, Ian Turner 180,14 darts game, Daz Jones 112f) Dolphin Wanderers 1 (Dave Jones 180), Dolphin 2 Belgrave Club 7 (Diane Williamson 115), Birchmoor Club 8 (Pete Spragg 180, Sid Kirkham 180,105f) Pip Club 1, Globe (Wilnecote) 7 (Dave Barker 119f) Old Liberal House 2, Kettlebrook Club 3 (Tracey Parris 110) Sports Bar ‘180’ 6 (Emily Jones 140,2x100), Progressive Club 5 (Duncan Campbell 180) Aldergate Club 4 (Ron Hunt 180, Rosie O’Connor 125,115,2x100).
Dunky’s Boys made it 22 wins from 23 games in the Shirley and District Monday Night League when they won 7-2 at Cider House to put them on 44 points. Second in the table Highwood are on the same 44 points as Dunky’s but from 24 games after they added a vital 6-3 win away to The Lion who are third in the league and now four points behind the top two with a game in hand. J.Buckingham hit a maximum for Highwood. Full Results:Game 25:- The Lion 3 Highwood 6 (J.Buckingham 180, A.Foulkes 122f), Legion Flights 8 (G.Cleverley 113f) Legion Royals 1, Cider House 2 Dunky’s Boys 7, Bears 5 Wharf 4 (S.Hicks 180), Saracens Jesters 5 (L.Harris 121b) The Short Shafts 4, Sharmans Cross 2 Saracens Misfits 7, HSDT 2 Lodge 7, Blue Bell had a bye.
Leader of the Ashwood Premier League Connor Pickett added three more wins to his account when in week fourteen he won 4-3 against second in the table Chris Williams, 7-0 against Stuart Aitkens and rounded off the evening with another 4-3 win, this time against Richard Bowen. Pickett now sits at the top of the table on 189 points from 31 games and Chris Williams, who despite his loss to Pickett chalked up 5-2 wins over Richard Bowen and Sam Aitkens (who is fourth in the league), plus a 6-1 win against Mike Cullis giving him 182 points from 33 games. Former leader Nick Fullwell is currently third on 167 points, however he has only played 24 games and although he trails Pickett by some 22 points he could net a possible 56 points from his seven games in hand. Full Results:Week 14:- Jack Moore 3 Stuart Quarry 4, Chris Williams 5 Richard Bowen 2, Andy Vellender 5 Stuart Aitkens 2, Matt Davies 6 Jon Underhill 1, Andy Kennedy 0 Jack Moore 7, Chris Williams 3 Connor Pickett 4, Mark Bayliss 5 Chris Fox 2, Sam Aitkens 6 Mike Cullis 1, Dan Sidaway 1 Robert Pierce 6, Dan Sidaway 3 Matt Davies 4, Jon Underhill 2 Jordan Ward 5, Connor Pickett 7 Stuart Aitkens 0, Stuart Quarry 0 Andy Vellender 7, Chris Williams 5 Sam Aitkens 2, Mark Bayliss 6 Stuart Quarry 1, Chris Fox 3 Robert Pierce 4, Jordan Ward 7 Andy Kennedy 0, Connor Pickett 4 Richard Bowen 3, Chris Williams 6 Mike Cullis 1.
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