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Article: Darts News – A West Midlands Report By Alan Towe

Darts News – A West Midlands Report By Alan Towe

The Sheldon and District Summer League have got their new season underway, the league being made up of six divisions this year. The biggest winners from the opening week were Iron Horse in division four who beat Ridgemere Social 7-1 and by the same scoreline Shirley RBL Misfits won their away game against Emerald Flights in division five.
There were 6-2 wins for Mackadown Social against Marston Green Tavern (DivisionTwo), Holy Souls in their home tie with Sheldon Marlborough Flights (Division Three), Greville Arms who played away to Small Heath Amateur Gardeners in division five and in division six Maggies who won at Ridgemere Rejects.
Full Results:Week 1:Division One:- The Digby 3 (J.Prince 140,135, R.Hawker 121,100,125,135,137, S.Hazlett 100,140,135, K.Deeley 126,4x100, N.Clarke 3x100,121,140, K.Reynolds 2x140, W.Mynard 140) Castle Vale Stadium 5 (D.Savage 2x100,140, R.Franks 100, J.Frost 2x100,135,121, J.Burdett 2x100, M.McFall 100,140, G.Taylor 3x100, B.Cadby 121,3x140,100), Division Two:- Mackadown Social 6 (M.Heaven 121,180, B.Allen 101, M.McKenzie 108,100,121, A.Kavanagh 100,140,120, D.Young 3x140,100, G.James 180) Marston Green Tavern 2 (T.Comerford 123,2x100,180, P.Lawrence 100,140, H.Russell 2x100), George V 5 (S.Palmer 118, B.Anderton 100, T.Anderton 100, A.Savage 140,100, C.Grimes 100,140, J.Savage 2x100) The Pirates 3 (G.Green 100, K.Green 100, W.Naylor 100,140, J.Buttle 100, M.Turner 140), Division Three:- Crown Arrows 4 (P.Carter 100, L.Vann 140,100, R.Vann 100, D.White 137,100,125, R.Hopkins 113, K.White 100, R.Perkins 100, S.Moran 180, J.Morrisey 3x100,125) Solihull Moors 4 (I.Evans 140, S.Hicks 2x100,100f, N.Warner 100, G.Evans 121, R.Palmer 2x100), Highwood KB’s 4 (N.Wykes 140,100, N.Byrne 100, W.Cooper 100,140, N.Byrne 2x100) Sheldon Dukes 4 (G.Groves 100, M.Hicks 112, A.Plows 140, M.O’Donnell 121,125,100, M.Riley 117), Holy Souls 6 (T.Evans 100,140, D.Smith 100, D.Heighway 140, J.Lucas 2x100,125) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 2 (M.Cox 100, P.Jones 100, D.Howlett 121, M.Murrin 100), Division Four:- Sheldon Social 5 (D.Sudbury 100, S.Wesley 123,100, L.Allwood 125) Willclare Sports and Social 3 (M.Holt 100,138, C.Randle 100, D.Reid 140,100), Iron Horse 7 (R.Earl 3x100,140, P.Byrne 100, N.Parsonage 3x100,180,125, J.Evans 2x140, T.Rainsford 125, P.Shipley 3x100, J.Green 2x140) Ridgemere Social 1 (C.Smith 100, P.Fielding 120, A.Phipps 100,104f), Division Five:- Emerald Flights 1 (S.Facey 4x100,125,112, J.Brown 140) Shirley RBL Misfits 7 (C.De Silva 100, M.Hodgson 4x100,140, J.Boyle 3x100,140, R.Randle 2x100, J.O’Sullivan 121, D.Rutter 2x100), Small Heath Amateur Gardeners 2 (A.Sleath 127, J.Brannigan 125, D.Hykin 2x100, J.Brannigan 100) Greville Arms 6 (M.Stansfield 2x100, K.Hull 2x100, T.Jones 3x100, P.Thorley 100), Division Six:- Ridgemere Rejects 2 (L.Carter 100. Y.Walker 105,121, C.Bunn 125) Maggies 6 (B.Carter 121, S.Hoccom 125,100f, N.Hall 100, J.O’Connor 100, S.Hall 100,135), Meadway Sports and Social 5 (M.McArther 100, A.Byrad 121,100) Emerald Hot Shots 3 (A.Fisher 100), Highwood Exiles ‘B’ 4 (R.Harrison 101,125, A.Thurman 109f) Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights 4 (D.Jelley 100,113f, S.Wasley 2x100, V.Mabbott 107, R.Brogan 100).
The Small Heath League are another league that have begun their new season and its newcomers East Birmingham Allotments Holders Association who have set the pace with a 9-0 win over Wagon and Horses, nearest results to EBAHA’s win were supplied by both Mitre and Gulp Tribe who in turn had 6-3 wins over Cob’s Bar and Emerald Flights.
Full Results:- Clock Inn 5 Emerald Club 4, Wagon and Horses 0 EBAHA 9, Cob’s Bar 3 Mitre 6, Emerald Flights 3 Gulp Tribe 6.
Mackadown Social made it three straight wins in division one of the South Birmingham League when they handed out a first defeat of the season to their visitors St John’s who as a result lose their second place in the table to Punchbowl who had a convincing 7-1 win at The Gate.
In division two Erdington Members Club, who are new to the league this season and St John’s Flights are dead level on points and average both teams having won their opening three games, the latest win for Erdington being 7-1 at Smithswood Social while St John’s won 6-2 at home against The Dog.
Third in the table Coleshill Social lost for the first time going down 7-1 at The Raven but it was good news for Pavilions who chalked up their first win of the campaign when they handed out an 8-0 whitewash to their opponents Kingfisher.
Full Results:Group One:- Mackadown Social 6 (M.McKenzie 2x100,140, A.Kavanagh 100, M.Heaven 2x100, M.Noonan 3x100, D.Young 100, N.Parsonage 100,125,140, A.Savage 100, A.Caddick 100) St John’s 2 (S.Kingdon 126, D.Smith 121, T.Evans 121,100, D.Clinton 2x140,180,2x100), The Gate 1 (P.Jones 117, N.Groves 140,127) The Punchbowl 7 (M.Tollis 4x100,123,140, B.Evans 3x100, M.Turner 2x100,129, K.Richards 100), Group Two:- Smithswood Social 1 L.Hughes 135,140, K.Mann 100, M.Winstanley 100) Erdington Members Club 7 (J.Frost 100,120, W.Naylor 140,100, M.Gallett 114,108, C.Millward snr 3x100,121, B.Cadby 2x100,M.Birch 100, C.Winters 125), St John’s Flights 6 (L.O^Donnell 100, A.Aston 2x121,2x100, L.Barberan 100,140, B.Harris 140,180, D.Stone 2x100,138,123, S.Whatmore 3x100) The Dog 2 (J.Ansell 125,100, M.Clayton 2x100,125, Z.Flavell 100, P.Richards 2x100,132,121), The Raven 7 (A.Mayell 3x100,118, J.Whitehouse 137,123, J.Green 100,116,125, R.Earl 3x100,125,140, A.Whitehouse 2x100, D.Mortiboys 125) Coleshill Social 1 (S.Sweetman 3x100,105f,137, P.Williams 100, C.Cooke 140,2x100, B.Jones 125, G.Jones 100), Pavillions 8 (B.Scott 100,2x140, M.Barns 125,106, L.Scott 107f, R.Harrison 121,140, T.Warrillow 123,100) Kingfisher 0 (R.Sharples 122,116, D.Green 3x100, B.Boden 100, R.Mills 100, G.Shergold 100).
The Winmau Darts Centre will be staging another of their first Thursday in the month knockouts at the Wolverhampton Sports Arena, Racecourse Road, Dunstall, Wolverhampton, WV6 0QU on the 2nd July.
For just a £5.00 entry fee there is a guaranteed £100 for the winner, in addition all entry fees will be paid out as prize money.
There is a 7.45 pm deadline for entries with an 8.00pm start. All players of whatever caliber are welcome to enter.
Week five of the Forest of Arden Summer League and in division one Riley’s Red Arrows continue to extend their undefeated run as they recorded vital win in the latest round of fixtures a 4-3 success against Greville Arrows who are their nearest rivals and are now two points behind them and have played one game more.
Iron Horse were the division’s top scorers with a 7-0 win over bottom of the table Highwood KB.
Chelmsley Town made it five wins in as many games in division two with a 4-3 win at Greville Arms but close on their heels are Crown Arrows who had a 7-0 victory over New Inns to keep them within two points of the leaders with a game in hand.
Full Results:Division One:- Journeys End 5 (S.Kingdon 100, S.Edwards 2x100,116b, L.Barberan 2x100, P.Shipley 140,2x100, J.Jennings 100, D.Duncan 100b) Highwood ‘C’ 2 (T.Constable 108b, T.Comerford 137,100, J.King 100, G.Edwards 100), Riley’s Red Arrows 4 (B.Allen 100, N.Warner 100, J.Harris 100,124) Greville Arrows 3 (D.Duggan 100, M.Stansfield 120b, C.Okey 140), Iron Horse 7 (J.Evans 125, R.Earl 160b,117f,121,100, J.Green 100) Highwood KB 0 (W.Cooper 100,112, D.Hunt 100), Division Two:- New Inns 0 (G.Chadwick 100) Crown Arrows 7 (D.White 100, R.Vann 121,100, K.White 100, R.Perkins 100), Shard End Crown Flights 2 (J.Gaskin 120b, L.Vann 100) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 5 (K.Sailsbury 2x100, B.Steptoe 100, P.Brown 100,121, J.Vaughen 120, M.Murrin 140, N.Rughani 107), Ivy Leaf 4 (D.Huckberry 121, R.Jelly 118,101, B.Jelly 100,140, T.Clinton 100,118,140) Highwood Exiles 3 (R.Harrison 100,140, S.Payne 140, D.Carey 100), Greville Arms 3 Chelmsley Town 4,
It was top plays bottom in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League when leaders Dudley Sports ‘C’ played hosts to Brickmakers Arms, the result was an 8-1 win for the home team to give them a total of 36 points two more than second placed Bridge ‘B’ who lost ground in the title race as they went down 5-4 away to third placed High Acres who are on 30 points, however they have played one game more than the two teams above them.
Full Results:Week 20:- Dudley Sports ‘C’ 8 Brickmakers Arms 1, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 6 Blue Brick 3, Bridge ‘A’ 4 The Swan 5, Old Star 1 Rose and Crown (Brierley Hill) 8, Queens Head (Wordsley) 4 Liberal Club 5, Dog and Lamppost ‘A’ 5 Dog and Lamppost ‘B’ 4, Griffin 1 Bulls Head (Netherton) 8, High Acres 5 Bridge ‘B’ 4, Tenth Lock 4 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5, Black Horse 3 Portway 6.
There were big wins for the top two teams in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League as leaders Miners (Wollescote) won 8-1 at Dudley Sports ‘A’ who are bottom of the table and second placed Brickmakers Arms had a 7-2 win away to The Bridge.
Pensnett Welfare Club consolidated their number three spot by beating Netherton Cricket Club 5-4 they drop one place to fifth.
Full Results:Week 18:- Bridge 2 Brickmakers Arms 7, Netherton Cricket Club 4 Pensnett Welfare Club 5, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 1 Miners (Wollescote) 8, The Bell 5 Pensnett Liberal Club 4, Bulls Head (Netherton) 5 Roebuck 4, Mitre 2 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 7.
The top two teams in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League Dewdrop and Old Hop Pole both had 5-2 wins in their latest games, leaders Dewdrop won at Tipton Sports while Old Hop Pole won at home against Sportsman. The gap between the leading duo remains at six points with Old Hop Pole having played three games fewer than their rivals.
After the top two teams comes a gap of eight points, three teams The Vine, Jolly Collier and Sportsman all on 16 points, The Vine having a game in hand on Jolly Collier and Sportsman.
Full Results:- Old Hop Pole 5 Sportsman 2, Island Inn 5 Hayes Social 2, Tipton Sports 2 Dewdrop 5, Ivy Bush 6 Horsley Tavern 1, Merry-Go-Round 2 Jolly Collier 5.
Three of the four games in the Camp Hill League finished with 5-2 results this week, leaders Cotterills Lane Club beating fifth placed Holy Gulp, second placed Scruffy Ringers won at Horses and Lions beat Devil’s Club. The only game without a 5-2 scoreline was that between third placed Journeys End and Wagon with Journeys the 4-3 winners.
Cotterills Lane Club, with 24 points and stay four ahead of Scruffy Ringers who have played eleven games as opposed to Cotterills twelve.
Full Results:- Journeys End 4 Wagon 3, Holy Gulp 2 Cotterills Lane Club 5, Lions 5 Devil’s Club 2, Horses 2 Scruffy Ringers 5.
This coming Sunday Riley’s Snooker Bar, Hobs Moat Road, Solihull will be staging the latest of their knockouts the Forest of Arden Riley’s Solihull Open. On offer for the eventual winner is a guaranteed prize of £100.
Cost of entry to the knockout is £5.00 with entries being accepted on the day from 1.00pm until 1.45pm. Anyone wishing to pre register should contact Brian Twist on 07768-838384 or e-mail him at
The Bully Boys reduced the gap even further to just eleven points between themselves and leaders of the Winmau Centre Monday Night League The Untouchables when they beat the Not So Far Travellers 37-11 while Untouchables were 33-15 winners against John’s Klan to give them 667 points.
As a result of their defeat John’s Klan dropped one place to fourth and replacing them in their former third place is Misfits following their massive 42-6 win over Here For The Beer giving them a total points of 597, thirteen to the good on John’s Klan.
Full Results:- Keep It In The Family 48 Double Trouble 0, What’s The Point 29 (Shaun Bould 2x180, Adam Teesdale 180) Three Men And A Lady 19 (James Owen 180, Shane Simmons 180), The Untouchables 33 (Dave Bentley 180) John’s Klan 15 (John Bate 3x180), The Bully Boys 37 (Roy Blackwell 180) Not So Far Travellers 11, Misfits 42 (Simon New 180, Jason Hough 150f) Here For The Beer 6, Yam Yams 30 (Dave Barrs 180) Make Mine A Double 18.
With just three fixtures remaining in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League only two points separate the top two teams, Ashwood are top with 62 points having lost just one of their 33 games, their latest one seeing them win 8-1 against Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge). Second placed Ten Arches were also big winners beating The Cat Inn (Wordlsey) 7-2.
Britannia are third in the table and after a 7-2 win against New Inns stay six points behind Ten Arches and six points ahead of Brickmakers Arms who lost 5-4 away to Plough who are some 18 points and seven places behind them.
Full Results:Game 34:- Gigmill 0 Corn Exchange 9, Shrubbery Cottage 4 Church Tavern 5, Plough 5 Brickmakers Arms 4, Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) 3 Stourbridge RBL 6, Quarry Bank Conservative Club 4 Bird (Wordsley) 5, Ashwood 8 Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) 1, Ten Arches 7 The Cat Inn (Wordsley) 2, Britannia 7 New Inns 2, The Fox (Lye) 5 Crestwood 4.
Kevin Harris has taken over pole position in the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League. In the latest fixtures Harris had a 6-1 win over Euan McGovern and then went one better following that with a 7-0 success against Liam Whale to give him a total of 108 points from 19 games, fourteen points more than Kevin Lane who is in second place, Lane didn’t play this week and now has three games in hand on Harris.
Mick O’Neill has moved up the table into third place, he had a 7-0 win against Matt Barnfather and then handed out a 6-1 defeat to Adam Hill to put him on 90 points from 17.
Full Results:Week 10:- Rob Montana 5 Shane Craig 2, Chris Fox 5 Chris Rodgers 2, Lee Craig 1 Steven Homer 6, Andy Whale 2 Robert Pierce 5, Kenny West 7 Matt Barnfather 0, Rob Harris 5 Tam Singh 2, Kevin Harris 6 Euan McGovern 1, Rob Harris 6 Shane Craig 1, Matt Barnfather 0 Mick O’Neill 7, Kenny West 4 Robert Pierce 3, Euan MvGovern 3 Adam Hill 4, Liam Whale 1 Robert Pierce 6, Chris Fox 6 Tam Singh 1, Mick O’Neill 6 Adam Hill 1, Joshua Parkes 4 Lee Craig 3, Andy Whale 4 Adam Hill 3, Rob Montana 5 Chris Rodgers 2, Tam Singh 0 Steven Homer 7, Kevin Harris 7 Liam Whale 0, Chris Fox 5 Joshua Parkes 2.
The Pip Club League played off the finals of their doubles knockout and taking the title with a final win over Billy Burdett and Scott Davies were Mark Martin and Mick Smith.
Losing semi finalists were Alan Sutton and Mark Young plus Bob Mills and Maggie Williams.

Pip Club League Doubles Winners - Mark Martin & Mick Smith
Week seven fixtures in the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League brought together the top teams in the table when newcomers and current leaders Gornal Conservative Club played away to second placed Ashwood ‘A. The result was a conclusive 6-1 win for Gornal to extend their unbeaten run and give them a two point’s advantage over Ten Arches ‘B’ who take over second place after the demise of Ashwood who drop into third. Ten Arches ‘B’ like Gornal were 6-1 winners as they accounted for their hosts The Fox (Lye). Ashwood ‘A’ and The Bell, who won 5-2 at Netherton Cricket Club are also on the same 12 points as Ten Arches ‘B’.
Full Results:Week 7:- Ashwood ‘A’ 1 Gornal Conservative Club 6, Ten Arches ‘A’ 6 The Swan 1, Netherton Cricket Club 2 The Bell 5, Queens 1 Ashwood ‘B’ 6, The Fox 1 Ten Arches ‘B’ 6, Wombourne Cricket Club 3 Dudley Sports 4, The Leopard 3 High Acres 4.
Three games played in the Halesowen Monday Night Ladies League and all three finished with a 5-2 result. Leaders Spring Meadow, with a maximum from C.White won at home against The Widders, second placed Black Horse won at Haden Cross and third in the table Park Lane Tavern beat bottom of the table Hare and Hounds.
In the Captains Cup there were wins for leaders Black Horse, second placed Spring Meadow and Hare and Hounds, Black Horse maintaining their two points lead over Spring Meadow.
Full Results:- Haden Cross 2 Black Horse 5, Spring Meadow 5 (C.White 180) The Widders 2, Park Lane Tavern 5 Hare and Hounds 2, Captains Cup:- Haden Cross lost to Black Horse, Spring Meadow beat The Widders, Park Lane Tavern lost to Hare and Hounds.
John Buckingham has returned to the top of the Crown at Olton Double Top League with a total of 21 points after 3-0 wins over Anthony Daley, Paul Nunn and Dave Duncan, Tony Randell lost the number one spot after only playing two games this week in which he beat Mark Wall 2-1 and Paul Stephens (180) 3-0 to give him 19 points from seven games, one game less than Buckingham.
After the top two there are three players Jason Jennings, Bob Nixon and John Sidwell all on 17 points, Buckingham, Randell and Jennings the only players to have won all of the games so far.
Full Results:Week 3:- Bob Nixon 3 Steve Harding 0, Jack Sidwell 0 (180) Ian Spencer 3, Anthony Daley 0 Darren Wright 3, Karl Attwood 1 Simon Edwards 2, Bob Nixon 2 Ian Spencer 1, Alex Edwards 0 Phil Henderson 3, Dave Duncan 2 Wayne Mathews 1, John Buckingham 3 Anthony Daley 0, Andy Hutchings 1 Simon Edwards 2, John Sidwell 3 Tony Steele 0, Phil Henderson 0 (180) Anthony Daley jnr 3, Steve Harding 1 John Buckingham 2, Tony Steele 2 Paul Stephens 1, Anthony Daley jnr 3 Chris Devlin 0, Bob Nixon 3 Tony Steele 0, Karl Attwood 0 Mark Wall 3, Wayne Mathews 2 Alex Edwards 1, Marc Crawford 0 (180) Terry Constable 3, Paul Nunn 1 (180) Wayne Mathews 2, Mark Wall 1 Tony Randell 2, Chris Devlin 1 John Sidwell 2, Terry Constable 2 (180) Andy Hutchings 1, Jack Sidwell 1 Steve Harding 2, Paul Nunn 2 Paul Stephens 1, Paul Nunn 0 John Buckingham 3, Paul Stephens 0 (180) Tony Randell 3, Chris Devlin 0 Jason Jennings 3, Jack Sidwell 0 John Sidwell 3, Jason Jennings 2 Marc Crawford 1, Karl Attwood 1 Darren Wright 2, Andy Hutchings 3 Marc Crawford 0, Dave Duncan 0 John Buckingham 3.
Success for Members Club ‘B’ in the Halesowen Friday Night 501 league as they recorded their first win in twelve games when the won 4-3 away to Hare and Hounds who are two places and eight points ahead of them. Despite the win Members Club ‘B’ stay rooted at the foot of the table as opposed to their ‘A’ team who lead the field with 22 points from their twelve games, their latest win being 6-1 against Townsend. Second in the table The Vine won 5-2 at home to Chop House and although four points behind the top team do have a game in hand on them.
Full Results:- Members Club ‘A’ 6 (T.Johnson 180) Townsend 1, The Vine 5 Chop House 2, Hare and Hounds 3 Members Club ‘B’ 4, The Laurels 6 Halesowen Ex Serviceman’s Club 1.
Despite winning 7-2 at Weoley Castle WMC, Court Oak have now gone from joint second to third in the Harborne League as Hillyfields ‘A’ who won their home tie with Bartley Green FC 8-1 have the same 20 points as Court Oak but are now one leg better off than their rivals.
West Heath Snooker Club remain two points ahead of the field, they won their game at Avenue Flights 7-2.
Full Results:- Avenue Flights 2 West Heath Snooker 7, Hillyfields ‘A’ 8 Bartley Green FC 1, Abbey 5 Hillyfields ‘B’ 4, Weoley Castle WMC 2 Court Oak 7, Smethwick Labour Club 8 Avenue Social 1.
The Tamworth league played off the finals of their Paul Caswell Memorial Cup and the winners were the league’s reigning champions Fox and Dogs who had a final 4-0 win over Dolphin ‘B’.
In the semi finals Fox and Dogs beat Old Liberal House 4-1 while Dolphin ‘B’ had a much closer 4-3 verdict over Sports Bar ’180’
Full Results:Paul Caswell Memorial Cup:Semi Finals:- Old Liberal House 1 Fox and Dogs 4, Sports Bar ‘180’ 3 Dolphin ‘B’ 4, Final:- Fox and Dogs 4 Dolphin ‘B’ 0.
There was a rare success for the bottom two teams in division one of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League as Ashmore Inn won 4-3 away to Wednesfield Conservative Club and with the same scoreline Bradmore ‘A’ beat Chillington Club, both of the winning teams move up two places in the table and taking over at the foot of the division is Merry Boys who lost 6-1 at home to Otter and Vixen, Chillington Club go next to bottom on the same 4 points as Merry Boys.
Wednesfield FC had a 4-3 home win over Village to stay just ahead of second placed ECC on average although ECC won 7-0 against Cabin both of the top two teams have 26 points.
The second division leaders Pheasant beat Boat ‘B’ 5-2 to see the losers drop from fifth to seventh in the table, Pheasant have a two points lead over Whitmore Reans WMC and a game in hand. Fordhouses CC are also on the same 22 points as Whitmore.
Full Results:Division One:- Bradmore ‘A’ 4 Chillington Club 3, Dog and Partridge 2 Riley’s ‘D’ 5, ECC 7 Cabin 0, Merry Boys 1 Otter and Vixen 6, Pann Bowling 4 Corpus 3, Riley’s ‘C’ 5 Bradmore ‘B’ 2, Wednesfield Conservative Club 3 Ashomore Inn 4, Wednesfield FC 4 Village Inn 3, Wednesfield Legion ‘A’ 4 Victoria 3, Division Two:- The Bull 6 Bird in Hand 1, Fordhouses CC 4 Ukrainian Club 3, Pendulum 5 Castle 2, Pheasant 5 Boat ‘B’ 2, Red Lion 7 Riley’s ‘B’ 0, Riley’s ‘A’ 5 Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 2, Roebuck 5 Woodfield Social 2, Three Crowns 5 Emerald 2, Whitmre Reans WMC 4 Old Stags Head 3.
The second and third placed teams in the Tettenhalll Wednesday Night League, Otter and Vixen and Riley’s ‘B’ squared up to each other in week seventeen the result was a close 4-3 win for Riley’s ‘B’ to leave them just two points behind their opponents with 24 points. Riley’s ‘A’ are out in front with 30 points, their latest game saw then hand out a 7-0 whitewash to their visitors Bull.
Full Results:Week17:- Brewood British Legion 3 Jones Road 4, Claregate 3 Whitmore Reans WMC 4, Dog and Partridge 3 Woodfield Social 4, Otter and Vixen 3 Riley’s ‘B’ 4, Riley’s ‘A’ 7 The Bull 0, Village Inn 4 Moreton 3.

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