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Article: Birmingham Mail - A Midland Round-up by Alan Towe - 2022-02-01

Birmingham Mail - A Midland Round-up by Alan Towe - 2022-02-01

This coming weekend Warwickshire Darts Organisation will be playing their sixth of a scheduled eleven fixtures in the Cosmo Darts Premier Division of the UKDA National League at the Hen Lane Social Club, Beacon Road, Coventry, CV6 4DS where they will take on Glamorgan. In their last outing away to London Warwickshire suffered a narrow 19-17 defeat and they will be hoping to quickly return to winning ways when they square-up to Glamorgan who are currently next to bottom of the premier table some 23 points short of their hosts who are placed fifth with 100 points.

Selected to play for Warwickshire are Men’s ‘A’:- Jamie Atkins, Gareth Braham, Kevin Dowling, Noel Grant, Dave Hill, Steve Hine, Jamie Hughes, Tom Martin, Wayne Mynard, Jack Wareing, Matty Washbrooke, Chris Wickenden, Men’s ‘B’:- Mark Carter, Nigel Heydon, Scott Hope, Pete Hughes, Mark Martin, Ian McFarlane, Lee Miller, Karl Reynolds, Noah Rose, Ian Shaw, Mark Strong, Jenson Walker, Reserves:- Carl Green, Adam Hancock, Dave Honey, Will Naylor, Sam Price, Mark Tomlinson snr, Martin Tonks, Carl Winters, Women’s ‘A’:- Marian Conway, Natalie Gilbert, Sue Gulliver, Tammy Montgomery, Caroline Pike, Donna Pinch, Women’s ‘B’:- Nina Bolt, Courtney Hine, Angela Jones, Melanie Jones, Chloe McKivett, Hannah Meek, Reserves:- Wendy Adams, Denise Keyte.


In the L-Style Division One of the UKDA National League West Midlands, who are not enjoying the best of season’s so far and are currently next to bottom of the table on 81 points but with a game in hand on all the teams above them. They will have no easy task this coming weekend when they play hosts to top of the table Derbyshire who are on 124 points and have a lead of seven over second placed Suffolk.

Despite their lowly position a win for the West Midlands could well move them up the table and away from the relegation zone as they are only ten points behind fourth in the division Leicestershire.


Black Country are riding high in the UKDA’s National League’s division two, top of the table with 121 points and have an eighteen points lead over second placed West of England. This weekend they will travel to the Arnold and District Victory Club, Church Drive East, Daybrook, Nottingham, NG5 6JS where they will take on fourth in the table Nottinghamshire who are some twenty points behind them.


Smethwick Cricket Club were on the wrong side of a 5-4 result when they played away against fifth in the league Copper Fox ‘R’ in the Harborne and District League, the defeat has seen them drop from third in the table to fourth and leaves them trailing leaders Bugle Horn by six points, Copper Fox ‘R’ remain in fifth place. Bugle Horn impressed adding a 9-0 win at Cock Inn to their account to put them on 32 points and giving them a four point’s advantage over their nearest rivals Northfield Conservative Club who also handed out a 9-0 whitewash to their hosts Weoley Castle WMC.

Full Results:Game 17:- Copper Fox ‘R’ 5 (E.Simpson 100,121,125,138, T.McGlone 140, T.Hamilton 3x100,140, R.Mann 2x100,110, N.Porter 3x100) Smethwick Cricket Club 4 (A.Beagrie 100,101,180, M.Collins 2x100,140, T.Brennan 4x100,140, F.Johnson 3x100,140, V.Gould 2x100,120,3x140, M.Tibbetts 3x100,138, P.Brookes 2x100), Bounreville 3 (P.Smith 100, N.Hurst 2x100,140, D.Miguel 100,139, G.Bailles 100,107, D.Murray 2x100,116, M.Ferriday 180) Copper Fox ‘M’ 6 (D.Kent 100,140, J.Downer 100, A.Harvey 5x100,125,140, G.Dews 2x100, M.Davies 2x100), Cock Inn 0 (A.Underwood 100, L.Fox 100, A.Vaughan 2x100, K.Vaughan 100, John Fox 100) Bugle Horn 9 (N.Steventon 2x100,121,140, D.Nicholls 121,180,14 darts game, M.Poolton 100,140, J.Hykin 100,117,2x140, P.Sitshebo 121,136,140, D.Marsh 2x100,138, A.Poolton 3x100, D.Nicholls 180), Weoley Castle WMC 0 (S.Joyce 3x100, S.Pasetti 2x100, A.Heath 100, P.Coombs 2x100, M.Simmonds 120, G.Pagett 115) Northfield Conservative Club 9 (S.Jones 4x100,140,15 darts game, A.Sutton 3x100,121f,135, T.Garfield 140, D.Hill 3x100,100f,140, R.Hosey 100,105,140, T.Shipley 100), Avenue Social 4 (M.Gilliland 100,125,140, C.Morgan 125, L.Grant 132, P.Gilliland 112f) The Mill 5 (D.Davy 140, J.Goulding 2x100,105, K.Pearsall 121, O.Gough 100, J.Harris 100), Northfield Town 9 (M.Hopkins 100, A.Busby 100,102f,119, S.Busby 2x100, D.Hopkins 122,2x125,180, M.Lloyd 120f,140, R.Needham 2x100, A.Busby 180, L.Allen 100) Quinton RBL 0 (D.McDermott 138, D.McConomy 132,140, D.Ingram 107, D.Horden 2x100, W.Sargant 100,105).


Copper Fox held on to their six point’s lead at the top of the Kings Norton League when they won 6-1 at home against sixth placed Bourneville. Second and third in the table Bournebrook and Thurlestone both kept within those six points when Bournebrook won 5-2 away to fourth in the league Northfield and Thurlestone won 6-1 at home against Grant Arms. At the other end of the table the bottom two teams Kings Heath and Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club squared up to each other. With home advantage the Ex Serviceman’s won 4-3 to open up a four point’s gap between them and their opponents.

Full Results:Game 23:- Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club 4 (R.Fisher 105, D.Whitecombe 120b, S.Carr 100,120b, S.Corbett 100) Kings Heath 3 (R.Hitchmough 100, J.Tulloch 100, R.Hampton 100, J.Bridges 124), Longbridge 3 (N.Harris 100,116,120b, L.Pearce 100) Cock Inn 4 (L.Fox 100, Joe Fox 135, A.Vaughan 100, K.Vaughan 100), Copper Fox 6 (E.Simpson 100b, M.Hamilton 2x100, K.Bedder 100, G.Dews 100,108, D.Marsh 3x100, T.Hamilton 100,109b, A.Beagrie 100,100b,140) Bourneville 1 (M.James 100,108b, D.Malone 100, P.Smith 140, J.Guy 123, G.Carver 140, M.Ferriday 135), Thurlestone 6 (R.Waldron 140, B.Andrews 100, N.Watts 140, C.Airey 123, R.Hosey 101b,105,133, D.Newton 100) Grant Arms 1 (P.Taylor 100, N.Smith 112b, A.Dewsbury 120b, M.Kearney 121, S.Campbell 127), Northfield 2 (A.Busby 100b,121,134,12 darts game, S.Busby 100,100b, J.Taylor 108b, M.Lloyd 2x100, P.Draper 100) Bournebrook 5 (T.Cullen 2x100,101b,11 darts game D.Collins 100, M.Bathurst 100,100b, C.Ryan 101b, T.Jeffs 100,11 darts game M.Welsh 100, R.Chambers 134), E57 4 Coppice 0.


In the Four Oaks and District League the Old Horns Lions played away against division one leaders Nomad Flights, they won the first five games to inflict the only loss the Nomads have had in the eight games they have played this season, the final score 5-4 to Old Horns Lions. Second in the division Old Oscott Arrows defeated Red Lion 6-3 in a match that produced a fantastic thirty-two tons or over, the win seeing Old Oscott reduce the arrears on Nomad Flights to just two points.

In the second division leaders Oscott Social Club and second placed Minworth Flights both had comfortable wins with Oscott Social winning 8-1 at Sutton Sharks and Minworth winning 6-3 at home against Rosey Mac’s. Both of the top two teams are on fourteen points with Minworth having played one game fewer than Oscott Social.

It was a high scoring week this week with no less than six maximums recorded, they were supplied by P.Locke, J.Collins, C.Hill, M.Wild, L.Dells and H.Sadler.

Full Results:Game 8:Division One:- Old Oscott Arrows 6 (A.Page 106b, M.Page 100, B.Trayhern 100, D.Page 100, P.Locke 3x120b,136,105b,180,140, M.Maher 2x100, D.Parsons 132, B.Hoare 2x120b,100, A.Lea 100) Red Lion 3 (R.Lowe 135,119, B.Hughes 100, L.Vickers 140, D.Vickers 149b,3x100,14 darts game, J.Collins 180,2x100, T.Vickers 105b,100,14 darts game, D.Lowe 140), Nomad Flights 4 (B.Lysaght 100b, R.O’Brien 100b, T.Colley 100b,2x140, K.Smith 140,9 darts game, C.Hill 180, D.Larvin 100,122) The Old Horns Lions 5 (F.Naylor 100, D.Pickering 100b,110b, B.Stephens 100, P.Bryne 2x140,106f, M.Ashton 2x100, B.Linnecor 134, T.O’Kereke 125, J.Greaves 125), Walmley CSC Flights 6 (B.Liggins 140, J.Meredith 110f,100, K.Green 160b,117,100,100b, R.Smith 140, J.Liggins 140, B.Cadby 140) Heartlands 3 (John Frost 100b,100, Jim Frost 100, J.Rodgers 100b,2x100, G.Drennan 100, S.Cain 140,100, Matthew Cain 2x100, T.Pedley 100), Charley’s Flights 2 (K.Hewings 100b,125, D.G.Bond 140, R.Franks 2x100, R.Vann 100, C.McCormack 108b, P.Nicholls 100) Bishop Vesey 7 (C.Sammons 105b,160b, S.Abbott 100b,140,100,2x135, N.Sammons 2x100,138, M.Wild 140,180,101b,140), Division Two:- The Scott Armers 6 (O.Day 100, M.Felkin 140, L.Gumbley 100,120, J.Parry 120b,127, L.Parry 100, S.Kelly 140b) Sutton Sports and Social 3 (J.P.Roddy 100, K.Coleman 118, D.Boyle 120b,140,2x100,9 darts game), Pint Pot Flights 5 (P.Smith 115b,3x100,140, N.Robbins 160b,100b,2x100, P.Southall 105b,140,100, L.Lemathy 100, M.Phillips 100) Erdington Arrows 4 (M.Edwards 100b,100, K.Tooze 100f, L.Cooksey 100, L.Dells 120b,140,180, H.Sadler 135,180, M.Phillips 140,2x100), Sutton Sharks 1 (J.McKeever 125, A.Jarvis 123, C.Gardener 140, M.Taylor 100) Oscott Social Club 8 (S.Shorthouse 2x100, T.Whyley 100,115, D.Shannon 100b,119,101, G.Bushell 120b), St Thomas Arrows 7 (G.Lynch 101, M.Avery 123,135, M.J.Andrews 104b, P.Andrews 100, J.Lynch 140, G.Stait 140,100) Deers Leap 2 (T.Ross 3x100, Anthony Kimberley 2x100, A.Dunn 2x100, D.Andrews 100), Minworth Flights 6 (K.Reynolds 100,122,140, K.Deeley 2x100, N.Clarke 120b,2x100,105b,140,135, R.Barritt 120b, D.Lawrence 100, M.Partridge 140) Rosey Mac’s 3 (J.Cox snr 2x100,118, N.Bradley 120b,100, S.Green 140, S.Wintle 133), Plough and Arrows 8 (D.Hughes 121, A.Humphriss 112b, J.O’Connor 100, L.Dudley 140, K.Gow 100) The Funky Bear 1 (A.Deathridge 100, L.Rea-Gardener 100, S.Murcott 132b, M.Lucas 106b,140, E.Stambollin 100, H.Ashton 100).


It was top versus bottom in division one of the Shirley and District Monday Night League as bottom of the division Magpies entertained leaders Dunky’s Boys. The result was a 7-2 win for Dunky’s to take their unbeaten run to six games and keep them two points to the good on both Tippets Bar and Sharmans Swords. Tippets won their home game with Vikings 5-4, they have played one game more than the leaders while Swords won 6-3 at home against Cider House.

In division two, leaders Wharf lost for the first time in six games when they went down 5-4 in their home tie with third in the division Highwood. Despite the defeat Wharf hold on to pole position and their two points lead over second placed Saracens Misfits as they also lost 5-4 in their home fixture with Sharmans Cross.

Full Results:Game 7:Division One:- Magpies 2 Dunky’s Boys 7, Solihull Municipal 4 Lions 5, Sharmans Swords 6 Cider House 3, Tippets Bar 5 Vikings 4, Shirley Legion Royals had a bye, Division Two:- Wharf 4 Highwood 5, Saracens Misfits 4 Sharmans Cross 5, Saracens Head 2 Saracens Slingers 7, Yardley Wood Social Club 1 HSCC 8.


Having completed half of their fixtures in the premier division of the Sheldon and District Winter League, leaders Sheldon Marlborough Arrows remain undefeated as they added their seventh win of the season when they won 7-2 at home against Kingshurst Labour Club who are next to bottom of the division. Langley Arrows are second and two points short of the leaders after they won 6-3 at Sheldon Dukes whose Jake Savage notched a maximum with another Jake, this time Jake Webster emulating the feat for Langley Arrows.

In division one leaders Langley Flights had a somewhat surprisingly narrow 5-4 home victory over Hornet who are bottom of the division. Nevertheless the win opens up a two points lead for Langley as second placed Yardley Ex Colts had a bye and third placed Dingle lost 6-3 at Shirley Misfits.

Brian’s Flights made it eight wins from nine games in division two, their 7-2 home success over Lyndon Old Boys keeping them four points ahead of Iron Horse Rebels and Hampton and Solihull Cricket Club.

Full Results:Week 10:Premier Division:- Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 7 Kingshurst Labour Club 2, Hollywood Social 7 Raven Arrows 2, Sheldon Dukes 3 (Jake Savage 180) Langley Arrows 6 (Jake Webster 180,9 darts game, Simon Edwards 180), Dunky’s Boys and Highwood Gerry’s Boys had a bye, Division One:- Langley Flights 5 Hornet 4, Journeys End 5 Willclare Sports and Social 4 (David Reid 180), Shirley Misfits 6 The Dingle 3, Maggies and Yardley Ex Colts had a bye, Division Two:- Hampton and Solihull Cricket Club 6 Castle Bromwich WMC 3, Brian’s Flights 7 Lyndon Old Boys 2, The Trident Spears 5 (Kenneth Brush 180, Tom Cupkovic 11 darts game) Sheldon Marlborough Ridge 4, Iron Horse Rebels v The Irish Centre – late result, The Raven had a bye.


A 6-1 win at Ten Arches not only keeps Cross (Oldswinford) on track for the league title in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League but also stretched their undefeated run to fourteen games. Despite their fine run Cross only have a slender two points lead on second in the table Old Liberal Club who went one better when they handed their hosts Crestwood a 7-0 clean-sweep. Third and fourth in the league Netherton Conservative Club and The Princess are both on 22 points, four behind the Liberal Club after the Conservative Club won 7-0 at Mount Pleasant and Princess won 4-3 at Bird in hand.

Full Results:Game 15:- Britannia 1 Seven Stars 6, Crestwood 0 Old Liberal Club 7, Gate Hangs Well 5 Fox Inn (Lye) 2, Mount Pleasant 0 Netherton Conservative Club 7, Rose and Crown ‘A’ 3 Church Tavern 4, Ten Arches 1 Cross (Oldswinford) 6, Bird in Hand 3 The Princess 4, Old Cat Inn 4 Glasscutters 3, Raven 4 Rose and Crown ‘B’ 3, Bell had a bye.


Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ won what could well turn out to be a Netherton Thursday Night League title decider when in their twelfth game of the season they won 6-3 playing away against their nearest rivals Netherton Sports and Social Club ‘A’. The Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ have played one game more than their hosts and only have a two points lead but in addition have a huge average advantage which could prove to be the deciding factor at the end of the campaign.

Full Results:Game 12:- Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 2 Bulls Head 7, The Clock 5 Spring Meadow 4, Netherton Sports and Social Club ‘A’ 3 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 6, Townsend Social Club 9 Netherton Sports and Social Club ‘B’ 0.


The Rowley Monday Night League have got their new season underway and the early pacesetters are Clock (Whiteheath) and Whiteheath Tavern who in turn won 8-1 against newcomers Huntingtree and Spring Meadow. Reigning champions Bell are not far behind as they kicked-off their season with a 7-2 win at Romsley Cricket Club. White Swan were also 7-2 winners playing at home against another new team to the league Rowley Bar and Grill.

Full Results:Game 1:- Ex-servicemen’s 5 (D.Shilvock 180) Windmills End 4, Romsley Cricket Club 2 Bell 7, Whiteheath Tavern 8 (C.Sparrow 2x11 darts games) Spring Meadow 1, Wonder 3 Loyal Lodge 6, Huntingtree 1 Clock (Whiteheath) 8, Tividale FC 5 (G.Locke 160b) Cradley Sports and Social Club 4, Gate Hangs Well 3 (Connor Allan 180) Plough and Harrow 6, White Swan 7 (C.Whitehouse 10 darts game) Rowley Bar and Grill 2 (A.Bunce 180,9 darts game).


The Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League began their new season with the first round of their Black Country Windscreens Trophy which saw Vine ‘A’ win 6-1 at Roost, Allens Bar ‘A’ win 5-2 at Sow and Pigs and Tamebridge get the better of their hosts with a close 4-3 verdict.

Full Results:Black Country Windscreens Trophy:Round One:- The Roost 1 Vine ‘A’ 6, Sow and Pigs 2 Allens Bar ‘A’ 5, Albion 3 Tamebridge 4.


The Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League played their doubles knockout down to the last four pairs and making the semi-finals were N.Cooper & D.Appleby (Quarry Bank Labour Club), A.Dimmock & K.Aspinall (Bell), M.Jones & G.Marson (Ten Arches) and A.Moreton & C.Moreton (Ten Arches).

Full Results:Doubles Knockout:Last 16:- A.Dimmock & K.Aspinall 2 A.Nicholls & R.Riaz 0, N.Lain & D.Hand 2 A.Smith & R.Pitt 1, S.Russell & J.Lock 2 K.Safe & T.Safe 0, N.Cooper & D.Appleby had a bye, S.Skidmore & J.Churchill 2 V.Mitchell & F.Jones 1, S.Hall & M.Hall 0 J.Harper & A.Marson 2, I.Bishop & L.Zirra 0 M.Jones & G.Marson 2, A.Moreton & C.Moreton 2 A.Whitehouse & W.Page 1, Quarter-Finals:- N.Lain & D.Hand (Ashwood) 0 N.Cooper & D.Appleby (Quarry Bank Labour Club) 2, S.Russell & J.Lock (Brickmakers Arms) 0 A.Dimmock & K.Aspinall (Bell) 2, J.Harper & A.Marson (Ten Arches) 0 M.Jones & G.Marson (Ten Arches) 2, S.Skidmore & J.Churchill (Bird in Hand) 1 A.Moreton & C.Moreton (Ten Arches) 2.


It was week three of the John Walters Cup and Trophy in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League. In the cup, with a 7-2 win over Five Ways, Gornal Labour Club made it three wins in as many games and top the table with a perfect score of six points. New Inn and Five Ways are both two points adrift of the leaders, New Inn winning their home tie with Jolly Crispin 6-3.

Pensnett Liberal Club lead the way in the John Walters Trophy but they only have a slender average lead over Red Cow, both teams having won all of their three games. In the latest fixtures the Liberal Club won 5-4 at home against Meadow Lark and Red Cow won by the same margin at The Cabin.

Full Results:Week 3:John Walters Cup:-New Inn 6 Jolly Crispin 3, Gornal Labour Club 7 Five Ways 2, White Horse 5 Old Bulls Head 4, John Walters Trophy:- Pensnett Liberal Club 5 Meadoow Lark 4, Griffin 6 Chainyard 3, The Cabin 4 Red Cow 5.


Week eight in the Ashwood Premier League saw John Green play two fixtures in which he beat Shane Passey 5-2 and Craig Lowin 7-0 but his two winning games were not enough to see him hold on to pole position as he dropped to second place on 95 points two short of new leader Nick Fullwell after both have now played sixteen games. On the night Fullwell played three fixtures he started the evening with a 7-0 win over Jake Robinson then won 5-2 against Gavin Smith before ending the night with a 6-1 success over Mark Jones. Third placed Josh Pickett is only six points behind Green but he has played one game more than both of the two players above him and on the night beat Jon Underhill 7-0 and Cayden Smith 4-3.

Full Results:Week 8:- Nick Fullwell 7 Jake Robinson 0, Neil Murphy 5 Jayden Harper 2, Gavin Smith 4 Jon Underhill 3, Matt Davies 5 Craig Lowin 2, John Green 5 Shane Passey 2, Mark Jones 6 Dave Simpson 1, Chris Manoila 4 Carl Hipkiss 3, Mark Jones 7 Mitch Pickett 0, Shane Passey 6 Paul Pollard 1, Chris Williams 4 Rob Pierce 3, Josh Pickett 7 Jon Underhill 0, Cayden Smith 6 Alan Bate 1, Nick Fullwell 5 Gavin Smith 2, Sam Aitkens 5 Chris Fox 2, Gavin Smith 5 Chris Manoila 2, Josh Pickett 4 Cayden Smith 3, Matt Davies 4 Alan Bate 3, John Green 7 Craig Lowin 0, Sam Aitkens 4 Carl Hipkiss 3, Dave Simpson 4 Jayden Harper 3, Neil Murphy 4 Rob Pierce 3, Chris Williams 4 Shane Passey 3, Mitch Pickett 4 Paul Pollard 3, Chris Fox 4 Carl Hipkiss 3, Sam Aitkens 4 Jake Robinson 3, Nick Fullwell 6 Mark Jones 1.


Although Yeltz Bar won 3-2 against Whiteheath Tavern in game twenty-eight of the Black Country Men’s Super League they dropped one place in the table to fourth on 136 points just one short of their local rivals Yeltz Bar ‘A’ whose 5-0 over Rowley Bar and Grill moved them up one place to third. Leaders Allens Bar ‘A’ also won 5-0 in a home tie with The Ashwood to take them up to 168 points and giving them a lead of twenty-two points over Railway Tavern in second place after they had a close 3-2 home win over Allens Bar ‘C’.

Full Results:Game 28:- Bell, Kingswinford ‘B’ 3 Horse and Jockey ‘A’ 2, Yeltz Bar 3 Whiteheath Tavern 2, Allens Bar ‘B’ 3 Halesowen Cricket Club 2, Allens Bar ‘A’ 5 The Ashwood 0, Railway Tavern 3 Allens Bar ‘C’ 2, Gilbert’s Bar 4 The Maverick 1, Yeltz Bar ‘A’ 5 Rowley Bar and Grill 0.


There were big wins for all three divisional leaders in the Gilbert’s Bar Monday Night Singles League as division one leader Phil Clarke beat bottom of the division Martin Angell 6-2, Tony Singh, leader of division two also won 6-2 in his game against Ben Smith and Michele Pritchard won her game with Helen Sims 7-1 in division three.

Phil Clarke has a lead of three points over second placed Ben Johnson in division one, Johnson on the night winning his game with Jon Blakemore 6-2 while in the second division Tony Singh has a huge seven points advantage over his nearest rival Clark Cook who beat Jason Hough 5-3. Michele Pritchard has played one game more than the majority of players in division three but has won all four and has a twelve points lead over second in the division Jamie Aplin who handed his opponent Artur Lubkowski an 8-0 whitewash.

Full Results:Week 3:- Steve Lynch 2 Ian Stanton 6, Martin Angell 2 Phil Clarke 6, Ben Hollowood 3 Simon Mountford 5, Jon Blakemore 2 Ben Johnson 6, Rushpal Bhogal 3 Simon Pritchard 5, Reece Cook Lucas 5 Paul Price 3, Clark Cook 5 Jason Hough 3, J.J.Rowley 4 Keith Hollowood 4, Malcolm Pugh 2 Baljinder Gill 6, Luke Shinton 3 Chris Hill 5, Jason Lloyd 1 Nathan Jones 7, Ben Smith 2 Tony Singh 6, Allan Davies 4 Colin Wood 4, Jon Williams 2 Neville Quinton 6, Andy Poole 2 Joe Bartolo 6, Gemma Barrett Jenkins 8 Sandra Beardsmore 0, Robert Harris 6 Thomas Hollowood 2, Jacqui Simmons 2 Warren Bower 6, Eddie Gripton 4 Sara Emma Jones 4, Helen Sims 1 Michele Pritchard 7, Alex Bryant 1 Alan Melling 7, Artur Lubkowski 0 Jamie Aplin 8.


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