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Article: Alan Towe's BICC Preview - 21/11/17

Alan Towe's BICC Preview - 21/11/17

Cambridgeshire v West Midlands This coming weekend West Midlands will travel south to take on Cambridgeshire in their fourth Premier Division game in the BDO Inter County Championships and with one win, one draw and only one defeat in their opening three fixtures confidence will be high and could well carry them to their second victory against a team who are currently next to bottom of the table. Lining up for the West Midlands will be Men’s ‘A’:- Gavin Baker, Michael Baker, Scott Baker, Shaun Carroll, Mark Craddock, Nick Fullwell, Ian Jones, Liam Kelly, Ash Khayatt, Glen McGrandle, Dean Mills, Danny Nicholls, Men’s ‘B’:- Matthew Dicken, Adam Edgar, Sam Guest, Alfie Jacques, Jonathan Platt, Richard Platt, Neil Pointon, Paul Price, Shane Price, Robert Smith, Paul Wells, Christopher Williams, Reserves:- Mark Rollaosn, Jordan Singh, Danny Coyle, Mark Hampton, John Morris, John Mycock, Jamie Rollason, Gary Watts, Women’s ‘A’:- Sarah Roberts, Gemma Barrett, Lisa Badger, Sophie Singh, Debbie Loon, Heather Wright, Women’s ‘B’:- Jacqueline Maiden, Shannon Hall, Lizzy Arnold, Shellbie Simmons, Kath Jenkins, Kelly Dolman, Reserves:- Kim Fellows (Captain), Grace Angell, Claire Hobbs.
Montgomery and Radnor v Derbyshire Derbyshire have lost all three of their opening fixtures in division three of the BDO Inter County Championships so far and this coming weekend will again be no easy task as they travel to Wales to take on Montgomery and Radnor who are fifteen points to the good and three places above them in the table. Nevertheless Derbyshire have proved in the past what a force they can be and one good result could easily restore their confidence and put them back on winning ways, hopefully this will be the game that will turn around their season. Lining up for Derbyshire will be Men’s ‘A’:- Andy Baker, Paul Baker, Pete Burgoyne, Ian Clarke, Gary Fenn, Richard Hanson, Robert Hawker, Sean Lambert, Brian Snell, Steve Soar, Lee Stanley, Men’s ‘B’:- Ian Allcock, Henry Coates, Keith Cooper, Nigel Daniels, Andy Gillott, Richard Hughes, Robert Needham, Steve Paling, Richard Palmer, Tim Rippon, Darren Sullivan, Paul Williams, Reserves:- Gary Barker, Alan Clegg, Dan Ford, David Fritchley, Ben Holmes, Scott McCabe, Colin Rich, Ian Scobbie, Women’s ‘A’:- Rachel Ayres, Rebecca Hoyland, Sammi Marshall, Jennifer McCormick, Louise Rawson, Jackie Sweet, Women’s ‘B’:- Terri Bellamy, Dawn Buckley, Dee Fenn, Sara-Jane Harrison, Lauren Jackson, Holly Wright, Reserves:- Kerri Buckley, Amy Clifton, Michelle Cunningham, Kelly Dean, Sara Jukes, Emma Varnam.
Pembrokeshire v Shropshire With three games played and three defeats in division four of the BDO Inter County Championships Shropshire will travel to Wales this weekend to take on Pembrokeshire in a game whereby if they are to get away from the foot of the table they desperately need to win Currently next to bottom of the table with 42 points Shropshire are just seven points behind their hosts who are two places above them, but they are also only five points to the good on bottom of the table Isle of Wight, so a win against Pembrokshire would prove to be very significant in seeing them move up the table. Selected to play for Shropshire are Mens ‘A’:- Jamie Barrowman, Derek Coulson, Pete Eley, Tim Eley,Kevin Harris, Danny James, Brian Hickman, Scott Meyrick, Richard Parker, Neil Powell, Simon Pritchard, Nathan Storar, Mens ‘B’:- Paul Bromley, Andi Chatter, Steve Davis, Chris Fox, Andy Gilbert, Rob Henderson, Andre Knox, Neville Quinton, Martin Riggs, Adam Thackray, Rob Trumper, Matt Williams, Reserves:- Louis Burley, Dave Bayton, Jimmy Handley, Rob Harris, Karl Noakes, Simon Meredith, Simon Mountford, Steve Gillam, Women’s ‘A’:- Stephanie Clarke, Sophie Fawcett, Becky Harris, Kat Mclean, Michele Pritchard, Marie Riggs, Women’s ‘B’:- Allison Gallagher, Julie Griffiths, Cally Jones, Sue Lane, Cheryl Owen, Caroline Powell, Reserves:- Debbie Davies (Captain), Sharon Harris, Tracey Knox, Lisa Wills.
Lincolnshire v Warwickshire Warwickshire County Darts Organisation will be playing their fourth of nine fixtures in the Premier Division of the BDO Inter County Championships this coming weekend, an away fixture against Lincolnshire. Last season Lincolnshire won the fixture on Warwickshire’s board 19-17 but this year they have not had the best of starts and are currently bottom of the league table some fourteen points behind Warwickshire so the odds could well be in favour of Warwickshire chalking up their second win of the campaign. Hoping to record that victory will be Men’s ‘A’:- Mark Westgarth, Jamie Hughes, Dean Stewart, Antony Allen, Tom Aldridge, Ted Evetts, Ian McFarlane, Prakash Jiwa, Simon Power, Noel Grant, Kevin Dowling, Steve Hine, Men’s ‘B’:- Mark Strong, Ian Shaw, Tom McGlone, Carl Green, Charlie Symons, Mark Carter, Matt Edgar, Anthony West, Tom Ryan, James Hykin, Ashley Hykin, Luke Kennedy, Reserves:- Richard Foster, Adam Paxton, Rob Comben, Karl Reynolds, Kyle Anderson, Nigel Heydon, Kevin Painter, Women’s ‘A’:- Donna Pinch, Sue Gulliver, Natalie Gilbert, Nina Bolt, Marian Conway, Kat Spanswick, Women’s ‘B’:- Angela Jones, Lisa Deslandes, Caroline Pike, Melanie Jones, Chloe McKivett, Wendy Adams, Reserves:- Ann Roger, Denise Keyte, Helen Rigg.
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