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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Division One of the Four Oaks and District Winter League produced a top of the table clash in game five between leaders Boldmere St Mike’s and second in the table The Boat. Despite home advantage the 5-4 result went against Boat and took St Mike’s unbeaten run to five games, and with a perfect score of ten points they have a two points lead over their hosts who drop to third behind Golden Hind who take over the number two spot, on the same eight points as Boat after their 7-2 win at Bishop Vesey. Despite Walmley CSC Arrows having two 160 breaks from S.Wilson, five tons from K.Green and taking their visitors Old Oscott Arrows to a decider they were unable to secure their first points of the season as they lost 5-4. Red Lion made it five wins in as many games in Division Two with an 8-1 win at Rosey Mac’s, keeping intact their two points lead over second in the division Walmley CSC Flights who managed a 5-4 win at Oscott Sports. In Division Three the top two teams Rosey Mac’s Leopard and Oscott Social Club stretched their unbeaten runs to five games both of them winning 6-3 in turn against The Towers and Castle Vale Residents leaving them four points ahead of third placed Boldmere Tap who had a 7-2 win at The Black Signets. C.Hill (Erdington Arrows) and R.McLaughlin (Rosey’s Chaps) both recorded 180’s this week. Full Results:Game 5:Division One:- Pint Pot Flights 3 (N.Robbins 100b,2x140,121,100, R.Mercer 2x100, M.Bagnall 105,100, M.O’Driscoll 120b) Erdington Arrows 5 (M.Phillips 112b,100,118, T.Colley 135,100,125, K.Smith 100b,140,114f, S.Coates 100, R.Bazeley 100, C.Hill 100,180, M.Edwards 100), The Boat 4 (W.Mynard 100b,2x100,100f, J.Prince 152b,133,100,125, N.Clarke 120b,2x100,2x140, M.Partridge 103b,100, K.Deeley 100, K.Reynolds 100) Boldmere St Mikes 5 (C.Millward snr 140, C.Millward jnr 102, R.Hawker 120b,3x100,126, M.Wild 2x101,100,140, M.McFall 112b,100,125, S.Edwards 2x100,140,135), Bishop Vesey 2 (N.Sammons 100,140, N.Smallwood 103b,101,101b) Golden Hind 7 (G.Kimberley 100f, P.Locke 100,127f, Andy Kimberley 100, W.Naylor 140, D.Pickering 118,101,140, B.Stephens 100b,2x100,105,140, T.O’Kereke 125), Walmley CSC Arrows 4 (M.Willetts 2x100, S.Wilson 100b,125,2x160b, K.Green 3x100,3x125, A.Cooksey 121,109f,140,100, W.Cadby 100) Old Oscott Arrows 5 (M.Maher 142b,114f, D.Parsons 152b,4x100,2x140, E.Atkins 100, A.Lea 103b,100,134, M.Page 108b,125, D.Page 140,100), Division Two:- Red Lion 8 (T.Vickers 125,135, B.Hughes 112b,100, M.Corfield 2x140, R.Lowe 112b, I.Matthews 100, D.Lowe 140) Rosey Mac’s 1 (D.Sargent 125, S.Wright 105b), St Thomas Arrows 3 (J.Lynch 100, G.Lynch 100, M.Avery 2x121, M.J.Andrews 2x100, G.Stait 101b, R.Nelson 100,125) Drakes Drum 6 (J.Mahon 120b,100,131,103, R.Hasluck 112,125, A.Day 140, K.Brown 100,125,140, M.Deathridge 115b, J.Clarke 100), Rosey’s Chaps 4 (R.McLaughlin 2x100,110f,180,137, G.Averill 100, P.Ellis 110b,125,104,100) The Digby 5 (A.Linehan 125,100, H.Sadler 3x100,159, P.Linehan 120,100), Oscott Sports 4 (R.Bennett 100b, N.Hawkley 152b, A.Cole 100, M.Bowles 101, J.Tolley 109,125) Walmley CSC Flights 5 (J.Kavanagh 138, R.Kavanagh 100, A.Evans 100, G.Gaughan 3x100,140, I.Taylor 140,125,100, G.Baxter 100, T.Tyrie 2x100), Division Three:- The Black Signets 2 (P.Donavon 100, T.Nicholls 2x100, W.Collier 100, A.Carter 100b,125,100) Boldmere Tap 7 (A.Nicholls P.Bromley 100,125,140, R.Davies 100, D.Byrne 105, A.Gough 100), The Towers 3 (D.Stride 100, D.Mackay 100, J.Addison 3x100, D.Munge 100) Rosey Mac’s Leopard 6 (J.Liggins 100, L.Shorthouse 112b, S.Pritchett 100, K.Shorthouse 105b,125), Sutton Sports 5 (D.Carter 140,100, G.Hinett 134, J.Illidge 105b, R.Hinett 110b,111) Deers Leap 4 (Tom Ross 2x100, K.Lambeth 100, J.Sabin 100b,2x100, T.Pedley 100), Oscott Social Club 6 (P.Graham 125, A.Whitehouse 100, I.Lloyd 100, T.Purcell 100b, G.Bushell 121,100,140) Castle Vale Residents 3 (R.Vann 125, T.Hines 2x100,115, L.Vann 125,135,100).
Week seven results in the Small Heath League produced just one change in the league table and that was at the top of the table as Heartlands Club won their home tie with East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 6-3 to see them move up one place into pole position and their opponents drop to second place, both teams are on the same 16 points with Heartlands having the superior average, however Heartlands have played 15 games and E.B.A.H.A. have only played 14. Full Results:Week 5:- Heartlands Club 6 (B.Lysaght 120,2x100, M.Cain 109b,112b,100, S.McCormack 137, Jim Frost 4x100, S.Cain 120b,100, John Frost 100,119f) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 3 (N.Parsonage 122b, N.Davis 120b, T.White 105b,2x100, P.Webster 100b,100f,100, M.Cooper 100,121,120), Sheldon Marlborough Fights 4 (S.McCarthy 104b,100, Julie McGuigan 134) Cob’s Bar 5 (A.Lattimer 123, M.Atkins 112b,2x100), Emerald Club 3 (E.Burns 104, G.Daly 100, D.Willis 118b, P.Hopkins 100) Wagon and Horses 6 (A.Cheshire 100, B.Hayer 100, S.Facey 100,121, M.Tilley 100).
It’s as you were at the top of the Premier Division of the Sheldon and District Winter League as leaders Highwood Gerry’s Boys recorded a 6-3 win at Sheldon Marlborough Arrows and second placed Langley Arrows, who are two points behind Highwood won 5-4 at Raven Arrows. Division One’s top team Hornet had a bye in week eight, their nearest rivals Dingle winning 6-3 at home against Crown-Forget-Me-Not to reduce the deficit to four points. With Hornet having won all of their seven games the only other undefeated team in the league is Division Two’s top side Holy Souls who made it eight successive wins when they won 7-2 against Crown Arrows. Second in the division Meadway Sports and Social kept within two points of Holy Souls with a 6-3 win over Langley Flights. Although Small Heath Gardeners lost 5-4 at home to Hampton and Solihull CC they moved off the foot of the table as Crown Arrows defeat at Holy Souls leaves them behind the Gardeners on average but they do have two games in hand and could well move away from the bottom when they catch-up. Full Results:Week 8:Premier Division:- Raven Arrows 4 Langley Arrows 5, East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 3 (Terry Webster 121f) Sheldon Dukes 6 (Lee Molyneux 115f), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 3 Highwood Gerry’s Boys 6 (Andrew Foulkes 9 darts game), Kingshurst Labour Club had a bye, Division One:- The Dingle 6 (Ian Evans 136f, Colin Mace 104f) Crown-Forget-Me-Not 3, Yardley Arms 3 Maggies 6, Shirley Misfits 5 (Tony Dixon 180) Yardley Ex Colts 4, Hornet had a bye, Division Two:- Small Heath Gardeners 4 Hampton and Solihull CC 5, Holy Souls 7 Crown Arrows 2, Inn on the Green 6 The Raven 3, CCC’s 4 Sheldon Marlborough Ridge 5, Meadway Sports and Social 6 Langley Flights 3.
With Dunky’s Boys not playing in week 27 of the Shirley and District Monday Night League Highwood took the opportunity with a 5-4 win over fifth in the table Wharf to replace them in pole position as they took their points tally to 48 from 26 games, Dunky’s, who are now in second place having 46 points from 24 games. Third in the league Red Lion kept in touch with the top two with an 8-1 home success against Legion Royals leaving them six points short of the new leaders with two games in hand. Full Results:Week 27:- The Lion 8 (T.Bent 180, D.Hesketh 180, M.Gwalchmai 100b) Legion Royals 1 (D.Crowley 102b), Highwood 5 Wharf 4 (S.Hicks 180, J.Smyth 119f,100b), Shirley Spartac 1 The Short Shafts 8, Legion Flights 7 (G.Cleverley 107f) Saracens Misfits 2 (M.Henderson 180), Cider House 7 Blue Bell 2, Bears 4 Lodge 5, Saracens Jesters 4 (L.Harris 127f) HSDT 5 (S.Whatmore 180), Sharmans Cross had a bye.
Emerald Club remain at the top of the Camp Hill Marston’s League after they added a close 4-3 win over Sheldon Marlborough Flights to their account, however with a similar 4-3 win away to fourth in the league Roost Rebels, White Swan Nomads are only two points off the top with a game in hand. Third placed Tyseley WMC, like Emerald Club have played eight games, their latest success being a 6-1 win away to bottom of the table Peaky Blinder who after eight games are without a point. Full Results:Week 8:- Wagon and Horses 1 New Inn 6, Roost Rebels 3 White Swan Nomads 4, Sheldon Marlborough Flights 3 Emerald Club 4, North Star 4 Sedgemere Devil’s Club 3, Peaky Blinder 1 Tyseley WMC 6.
Brickmakers Arms continue to dominate the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League as they handed out a 9-0 whitewash to their visitors Hare and Hounds who replace Kingswinford Conservative Club at the bottom of the league table. Brickmakers latest win not only takes their unbeaten run to 17 games but also extends their lead to six points over second in the table Britannia who suffered what could eventually be a costly 5-4 defeat away to Ten Arches who are placed third and now just two points behind them. As already said Kingswinford Conservative Club moved off the foot of the table not only because of Hare and Hounds huge defeat but also because they won their second game in 17 when they beat Fox Inn (Lye) 5-4 who are now just above them and just two points to the good. Full Results:Game 17:- Gate Hangs Well 5 Hop House 4, Kingswinford Conservative Club 5 Fox Inn (Lye) 4, Ten Arches 5 Britannia 4, British Oak 9 Rose and Crown 0, Brickmakers Arms 9 Hare and Hounds 0, Lion (Stourbridge) 2 Stourbridge RBL 7, Church Tavern 4 Swan 5, Glasscutters 5 Bird (Stourbridge) 4, Gigmill 3 Bird (Wordsley) 6.
Although officially this week should have been the final week of domestic fixtures for the Netherton Thursday Night League there are still a couple of outstanding games to be played, nevertheless the results will not affect the title as Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club had won it before they played their latest fixture which saw them win 7-2 at Netherton Conservative Club. Riddins Tavern are currently second, they have completed their fixtures and have 63 points, nine short of the champions who still have one to play and three more than third placed Bulls Head whose 6-3 win over Fairfield leaves them with two more to play with the runners-up spot as their incentive. Full Results:Game 28:- Netherton Conservative Club 2 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7, White Horse 4 Townsend Social Club 5, Bulls Head 6 Fairfield 3.
The Brierley Hill Monday Night League staged their Doubles Knockout and taking the title with a final 3-1 win over Phil Tonks and Darren Brown were Dwayne Claridge and Reece Colley. The two last four games finished with close 2-1 results, Claridge and Colley beating Bob Carr and Rob Powers while Tonks and Brown took out Brian Neale and Ian Golding. Full Results:Doubles Knockout:Quarter-Finals:- Jess Archer & Marcus Preedy 0 Phil Tonks & Darren Brown 2, Dwayne Claridge & Reece Colley 2 Anthony Sretton & Neil Weaver 0, George Peters & Josh Pickett 0 Bob Carr & Rob Powers 2, Charlie Pinion & Dave Cooper 0 Brian Neale & Ian Golding 2, Semi-Finals:- Brian Neale & Ian Golding 1 Phil Tonks & Darren Brown 2, Bob Carr & Rob Powers 1 Dwayne Claridge & Reece Colley 2, Final:- Phil Tonks & Darren Brown 1 Dwayne Claridge & Reece Colley 3.
Woodside ‘A’ leaders of the Silver End Sunday Morning League, took their total points to 58 with a lead of five following their 6-2 win over fourth in the table Glasscutters ‘A’. Second placed Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club were the week’s biggest winners as they beat Kings Head ‘A’ 8-0, extending their advantage over third in the league Glasscutters ‘B’ as they were held to a 4-4 draw by High Oak who are five places below them. Full Results:Game 23:- Glasscutters ‘B’ 4 High Oak 4, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 6 Old Star 2, New Talbot 8 Woodside ‘B’ 0, Dudley Sports 5 High Acres 3, Three Crowns 6 Bell 2, Woodside ‘A’ 6 Glasscutters ‘A’ 2, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 8 Kings Head ‘A’ 0, Kings Head ‘B’ and Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ had a bye.
Connor Pickett and Chris Williams are tied on 190 points at the top of the Ashwood Premier League, Pickett with a 5-2 win over Adam Glazzard and a close 4-3 success against Iain Mathers tops the table on average and has played 31 fixtures while Williams has played 34 after he added a 4-3 win over Matt Davies and a convincing 7-0 win against Jay Moule. Richard Bowen has played 30 games and is placed third with 173 point’s, his latest games seeing him win 5-2 against Adam Glazzard and 6-1 against Stuart Quarry. Full Results:Week 15:- Richard Bowen 5 Adam Glazzard 2, Chris Williams 4 Matt Davies 3, Andy Vellender 6 Andy Kennedy 1, Jack Moore 5 Jon Underhill 2, Iain Mathers 3 Robert Pierce 4, Matt Davies 7 Robert Pierce 0, Stuart Aitkens 3 Mike Cullis 4, Jay Moule 0 Chris Williams 7, Sam Aitkens 5 Chris Fox 2, Chris Manoila 6 Stuart Quarry 1, Andy Kennedy 1 Iain Mathers 6, Adam Glazzard 2 Connor Picket 5, Stuart Quarry 1 Richard Bowen 6, Andy Kennedy 0 Chris Manoila 7, Jon Underhill 2 Andy Vellender 5, Dan Sidaway 5 Jack Moore 2, Robert Pierce 2 Mark Bayliss 5, Adam Glazzard 2 Mike Cullis 5, Connor Pickett 4 Iain Mathers 3, Chris Fox 6 Jay Moule 1, Mark Bayliss 4 Sam Aitkens 3, Chris Manoila 6 Stuart Aitkens 1.
After the opening nine games in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League only average separates the top two teams Lamp Tavern and Netherton Cricket Club who have both won all nine games, Lamp’s latest fixture saw them win 8-1 at Gornal Labour Club while the Cricket Club were 6-3 winners at Jolly Crispin. Reigning champions Old Bulls Head are currently placed third, a 6-3 win at Red Cow taking their points tally to 16, two short of the two teams above them. Full Results:Game 9:- Gornal Labour Club 1 Lamp Tavern 8, Jolly Crispin 3 Netherton Cricket Club 6, Chainyards 3 Gornal British Legion 6, Hilly House 3 Pensnett Liberal Club 6, Meadow Lark 3 New Inns 6, Five Ways 7 White Lion 2, Red Cow 3 Old Bulls Head 6.
The Rowley Monday Night League were engaged in their Singles Knockouts, first the Top Half event which saw Richie Lenton (Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’) claim the winners silverware when he defeated Mathew Tedstone (George) in the final. The Shadow League winner was Dan Bourne (Three Diamonds) with Steve Hadley (Loyal Lodge) runner-up. Full Results:Singles Knockout:Top Half:Winner:- Richie Lenton (Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’), Runner-Up:- Mathew Tedstone (George), Shadow League:Winner:- Dan Bourne (Three Diamonds), Runner-Up:- Steve Hadley (Loyal Lodge),
As early as the second week in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League’s new season and only two of the starting line-up of ten teams are able to boast a 100% win record. After an opening day 7-0 win over Miners (Wollescote) leaders British Oak added a further 6-1 win against Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ while Netherton Cricket Club followed up their 5-2 win against Glasscutters with a 6-1 win at Dudley Sports to take over from their opponents in the number two spot with their losers dropping three places to fifth. Full Results:Week 2:- Dudley Sports 1 Netherton Cricket Club 6, Delph Bell ‘A’ 0 Delph Bell ‘B’ 7, Miners (Wollescote) 5 Gornal British Legion 2, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 1 British Oak 6, Glasscutters 2 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 5.
The Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League staged the final of their Russell’s Skips Cup and taking the honours with a final 4-3 win over Island Inn was Tipton Sports, a result that could easily have gone either way. Full Results:Russell’s Skips Cup:Final:- Tipton Sports 4 Island Inn 3.
Wilson Hall top the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League but in week nine had a somewhat surprisingly close 4-3 home win over Swan ‘B’ who are in the bottom half of the table, nevertheless it was another win and another two points two keep them in pole position and two points ahead of Ashwood ‘B’, Swan ‘A’ and Ten Arches ‘B’ who are all on 14 points. Ashwood ‘B’ with a 152 break from Chris Williams and a superb game shot of 167 from Josh Pickett won 7-0 away to bottom of the table Holly Bush to replace Bird (Wordsley) in the number two spot after Bird lost 4-3 at home to Ten Arches ‘B’. Swan ‘A’ were also 7-0 winners in their home tie with Gigmill. Full Results:Game 9:- Wilson Hall 4 Swan ‘B’ 3, Bird (Wordsley) 3 Ten Arches ‘B’ 4, Gate Hangs Well 2 Bell 5, Church Tavern ‘A’ 1 Wombourne Cricket Club 6, Ashwood ‘A’ 4 Brickmakers Arms 3 (G.Noxk 146b), Fox Inn (Lye) 4 Church Tavern ‘B’ 3, Holly Bush 0 Ashwood ‘B’ 7 (C.Williams 152b, J.Pickett 167f), Caves 2 King Arthur 5, Swan ‘A’ 7 Gigmill 0, Ten Arches ‘A’ had a bye.
Week six in the Pip Club League brought together the two Belgrave sides with leaders Belgrave Sports and Social beating Belgrave Club 6-3, Daz Jones notching a maximum for the winners. The win puts the Sports and Social Club on 12 points at the top of the Combined League with a lead of two over Birchmmor Club who won 8-1 at Old Liberal House and Dolphin Wanderers who beat Kettlebrook Club 7-2. Full Results:Game 6:- Belgrave Club 3 Belgrave Sports and Social Club 6 (Daz Jones 180, Ian Turner 136f), Pip Club 6 Dolphin 3 (Ryan Jones 135,121,100), Old Liberal House 1 (Nigel Vaughan 180,14 darts game) Birchmoor Club 8 (Al Sutton 100f), Aldergate Club 5 (Rosie O’Connor 2x100, Emmy O’Connor 140, Krystal O’Connor 100) Globe (Wilnecote) 4, Dolphin Wanderers 7 Kettlebrook Club 2 (Kathy Sweet 100), Sports Bar ‘180’ 5 (Emily Jones 3x100) Progressive Club 4 (Kenny Roe 115f).
Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’, reigning champions of the West Midlands Men’s Super League closed the gap on leaders Woodside Inn slightly when they won 5-0 against Horse and Jockey ‘B’ who are two places off the foot of the table and Woodside had a close 3-2 verdict at Cabin who are fourth. Bottom placed Griffin chalked up their first win in twelve when they won 3-2 playing away to ECC Sports and Social Club who are some five places and 18 points ahead of them, a somewhat surprising defeat for ECC. Full Results:Game 12:- Gilberts Bar 2 Staffordshire Knot 3 (Ri Ward 0 D.Mills 4, C.Hill 3 B.Hollowood 4, Ro Ward 3 P.Smith 4, G.Rollinson 4 M.Watkiss 0, J.Evans 4 M.Dyke 1), Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ 5 Horse and Jockey ‘B’ 0 (A.Edgar 4 S.Gough 1, S.Baker 4 J.Gennard 0, N.Fullwell 4 D.Owen 1, D.Nicholls 4 S.Pressdee 0, A.Jacques 4 L.Wildman 1), Yeltz Bar ‘A’ 4 Yeltz Bar ‘B’ 1 (R.Smith 4 C.Newton 1, S.Gillam 4 I.Hartland 0, J.Lowe 4 K.Harrison 0, D.Redding 3 M.Greenwood 4, P.Wells 4 T.Brennan 1), Horse and Jockey ‘A’ 3 Allen’s Sports Bar ‘B’ 2 (K.Ford 2 L.Shaw 4, P.Robbins 2 T.Baker 4, A.Howells 4 S.Bastable 2, B.Robbins 4 P.Harrison 2, M.Price 4 R.Fathers 2), Allen’s Sports Bar ‘C’ 3 The Bell 2 (A.Singh 1 C.Skelding 4, M.Coleman 4 S.Oakley 0, D.Oakes 2 A.Marson 4, S.Jones 4 R.Bowen 2, J.Hughes 4 S.Blewitt 0), ECC 2 Griffin 3 (A.Teasdale 0 P.O'Brien 4, A.Simmons 1 M.Hadley 4, L.Griffiths 4 B.Ratcliffe 0, L.Venes 1 L.Law 4, M.Baker 4 W.Cairns 0), Cabin 2 Woodside Inn 3 (S.Hall 2 M.Moore 4, S.Price 4 J.Rollinson 1, I.Hebberts 1 M.Rollinson 4, G.Johnston 4 L.Kelly 2, J.Simms 1 K.Harris 4), Gunners Club 1 Bridgtown Social 4.
Riley’s ‘C’ continue to hold on to the number one position in both the singles and doubles divisions of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League, in the former they won 5-2 away to Bull and in the latter beat the same opponents 2-1. Gilberts Bar despite winning 4-3 against Wednesfield Legion in the singles lost their second placing to Railway whose 6-1 win at Dog and Partridge put them ahead of Gilberts on average, both teams are on 42 points but Gilberts have played three games more than both of the two teams above them. In the doubles division Riley’s ‘C’ with 46 points are two ahead of Railway after Railway won 2-1 against Dog and Partridge. Full Results:Week 31:Singles Division:- Bull 2 Riley’s ‘C’ 5, Dog and Partridge 1 Railway 6, Gilberts Bar 4 Wednesfield Legion 3, Penn Bowling 6 Yale Club 1, Village Inn 3 Pendulum 4, Wednesfield Conservative Club 3 Mount Tavern 4, Doubles Division:- Bull 1 Riley’s ‘C’ 2, Dog and Partridge 1 Railway 2, Gilberts Bar 3 Wednesfield Legion 0, Penn Bowling 3 Yale Club 0, Village Inn 3 Pendulum 0, Wednesfield Conservative Club 2 Mount Tavern 1, Jones Road and Riley’s ‘A’ had a bye.
A 3-1 defeat to Kyle Bevan and 2-2 draws with Gary Cleverley and Luke Harris have lost Jordan Ottley his number one spot in the Shirley Legion Double Top League as he drops three places to fourth with 13 points. Replacing Ottley in pole position is Wayne Clarke who got the evening off to a good start when he beat Dave Fisher 4-0 however he then lost 3-1 to third in the table Emmet Leonard but recovered to add a further 4-0 win over Luke Harris to give him 16 points. Craig Clarke and Emmet Leonard are joint-second, Clarke following up his 4-0 win over Chris Thomas snr with a 3-1 win against Brian Lawton while Leonard after his win against Wayne Clarke had a straight 4-0 success against Mick Bown. Craig Clarke, Emmet Leonard and Jordan Ottley all have 13 points but Ottley has played two more games than his rivals, Craig Clarke and Leonard both have two games in hand on Wayne Clarke. Full Results:Week 2:- Ben Quadri 1 Gary Cleverley 3, Steve Harper 0 Antony Daly (180) 4, Mick Bown 4 Luke Sahota 0, Brian Laton (180) 2 John Smyth 2, Jack Barrows 3 Kyle Bevan (107f) 1, Dave Fisher 0 Wayne Clarke 4, Tony Daly 0 Dave Heighway (16 darts game) 4, Craig Clarke 4 Chris Thomas snr 0, Emmet Leonard 3 Wayne Clarke 1, Luke Harris 0 Wayne Clarke 4, Jordon Ottley 2 Gary Cleverley 2, Antony Daly 1 Ben Quadri 3, Colin Geens 2 Lee Lattimer 2, Chris Thomas jnr 2 Sean Talbot (18 darts game) 2, Chris Thomas jnr 3 Dave Fisher 1, Chris Thomas snr 0 Mark Henderson 4, Brian Lawton 2 Dave Heighway 2, Steve Harper 2 Mick Bown (154f) 2, John Smyth 2 Luke Sahota 2, Kyle Bevan 3 Jordon Ottley 1, Mick Bown 0 Emmet Leonard 4, Lee Lattimer 0 Jack Barrows 4, Brian Lawton 1 Craig Clarke 3, Jordon Ottley 2 Luke Harris 2, Mark Henderson (180) 1 Tony Daly 3, Sean Talbot (18 darts game) 4 Colin Geens 0.
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