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Article: Darts News – A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Darts News – A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Tony Randell is certainly setting the pace in the Crown at Olton Double Top League having played fourteen and won them all, in the latest round of fixtures he chalked up three straight 3-0 wins over Ian Spencer, Alex Edwards and Wayne Mathews to give him a total points of 38 having dropped just four legs so far. Bob Nixon is hot on the heels of Randell having won thirteen of his fourteen games and trails by just one point following his 3-0 wins over Wayne Mathews and Darren Wright and a 2-1 success against Mark Wall.
Former leader John Buckingham suffered a setback to his title aspirations when he lost 2-1 to John Sidwell but nevertheless he quickly bounced back with two 3-0 win s over Phil Henderson and Darren Wright to leave him four points off the top on 34 points with a game in hand.
Full Results:Week 6:- John Buckingham 1 John SIdwell 2, Bob Nixon 3 Wane Mathews 0, Ian Spencer 0 Tony Randell 3, Paul Nunn 2 Steve Harding 1, Darren Wright 0 Andy Hutchings 3, John Sidwell 3 Anthony Daley 0, Anthony Daley jnr 0 Jason jennings 3, Chris Devlin 2 Steve Harding 1, Aleex Edwards 0 Tont Randell 3, Anthony Daley jnr 2 Karl Attwood 1, Dave Duncan 0 Mark Wall 3, Karl Attwood 1 John Sidwell 2, Jason Jennings 1 Jack Sidwell 2, John Buckingham 3 Phil Henderson 0, Chris Devlin 3 Jack Sidwell 0, John Buckingham 3 Darren Wright 0, Simon Edwards 2 Paul Nunn 1, Ian Spencer 2 Anthony Daley 1, Steve Harding 2 Phil Henderson 1, Alex Edwards 0 Anthony Daley jnr 3, Ian Spencer 3 Darren Wright 0, Bob Nixon 2 Mark Wall 1, Chris Devlin 1 Dave Duncan 2, Andy Hutchings 2 Jason Jennings 1, Jack Sidwell 0 Tony Steele 3, Bob Nixon 3 Darren Wright 0, Simon Edwards 2 Tont Steele 1, Wayne mathews 0 Mark Wall 3, Andy Hutchings 3 Tony Steele 0, Wayne Mathews 0 Tony Randell 3.
A reminder to all players that the prestigious Coventry Open will be staged at the Bishopsgate Club, Foleshill Road, Coventry, CV1 4LF on Saturday 25th July and for a £10 entry fee there is a guaranteed £500 for the winner with payouts down to the last sixteen if there are 80 plus entries. There will also be a ladies event should the entries reach a minimum of 16 players.
Last registration is 12 midday with darts commencing 12.30pm.
The Sheldon and District Summer League is three games into its new season and Mackadown Social in division two have already opened up a three points lead after winning their first three games, the latest being a 6-2 home win over The Pirates who after two games are still seeking their first points of the season.
Division four leaders Iron Horse with two wins and a draw also have a three points lead but their nearest rivals Sheldon Social have only played two games and a win in that game would close the gap to just one point.
Full Results:Week 3:Division One:- The Highwood 4 (A.Foulkes 5x100,121,117, C,King 100,140,125, D,Cherry 100, L,Hodges 100,140, M,Cooper 2x100,135, D.Buckley 123) Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows 4 (D.Tudor 100,140, L.Nixon 2x100, A.Barnfield 140, R.Nixon 125,2x100, S.Bromley 100,135, P.Connolly 125,100, M.Barber 140,100), Division Two:- Mackadown Social 6 (R.South 140, A.Kavanagh 100,140, A.Caddick 2x100, M.Heaven 4x100,2x125, G.James 100) The Pirates 2 (S.Hughes 100, M.Naylor 100, W.Naylor 100, A.Cooksey 100,D.Whitehouse 100,2x140, K.Green 100, M.Turner 125,2x100,101f), Marston green Tavern 4 (T.Comerford 100,180,140,125,123, S.Cresser 100, P.Lawrance 2x100,114, M.Murphy 112f, L.Randell 100) The Raven 4 (P.Jay 140, S.Whatmore 100,140, L.Barberan 126,5x100,140, J.Whitehouse 100,140, D.Kingdon 120, S.Kingdon 3x100,140, D.Mortiboys 100,107, T.Whitehouse 100), Division Three:- Crown Arrows 4 (S.Moran 100,120, J.Morrisey 180,125, K.White 114,121,100,140, J.Masefield 2x100) Sheldon Dukes 4 (Mitch O’Donnell 120, P.Sunner 100, S.O’Donnell 113,2x100, M.Riley 125), Solihull Moors 6 (I.Evans 140, N.Warner 2x100, M.Hicks 100,140, S.Hicks 100, G.Evans 100, J.Smyth 100,140) Holy Souls 2 (D.Heighway 4x100,140, M.O’Sullivan 2x100,140,14 darts game, R.McConnell 121,2x100, J.Duffy 125,100,136), Division Four:- Sheldon Heath Social 3 (C.Cotter 3x100, L.Allwood 100,140, T.Roche 140,137, J.Phipps 100,140, J.Toney 100, R.Westley 100) Ridgemere Social 5 (P.Fielding 2x100, C.Smith 140,2x100, D.Jones 140,2x100, S.Jones 2x100,121, P.Fielding 100), Highwood Exiles ‘A’ 2 (M.Mitchell 100, P.Roscoe 100, D.Carey 125) Iron Horse 6 (N.Parsonage 2x100,106f, J.Evans 100,140,137, P.Byrne 140,2x100, J.Green 121,119, R.Earl 140,100), Division Five:- Emerald Flights 3 (P.Webster 2x100,140, A.Burbridge 100, D.Dodd 140, R.Walton 2x100) Greville Arms 5 (C.Deegan 2x100, K.Hull 125,140, J.Cocchi 123, A.Hawkins 140,132, P.Thorley 141, K.Hull 100), Shirley RBL Misfits 1 (F.Cotsford 121, B.Farrow 123, C.De Silva 100, J.Boyle 116,2x100, R.Randle 100, D.Rutter 100) Sheldon and Marlborough Arrows 7 (P.Brown 3x123,3x100, G.Thomas 100, N.Ricketts 115, G.Thomas 140,100, B.Steptoe 3x100), Division Six:- Ridgemere Rejects 4 (L.Carter 100,125, C.Bunn 126) Emerald Hot Shots 4 (A.Fisher 100,112f, S.Sampson 100, I.McLean 125), Maggies 7 (S.Hoccom 140,2x125, N.Hall 2x140, E.Molloy 121, B.Carter 121,125) Highwood Exiles ‘B’ 1 (R.Harrison 2x100, R.Harrison jnr 100), Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights 4 (D.Jelley 140,3x100, M.Slatcher 100, S.Wasley 100, R.Brogan 100) Meadway Sports and Social 4 (M.McArthur 100, S.Bennett 100,121,105, M.Shellis 140).
After the opening two fixtures in the new season of the Kings Norton League just three legs of average separate the top five teams, Court Oak, Toby Jug ‘A’, Hillyfields, Bull and Stirchley United have all won their two games and head the table in that order Court Oak having the best average.
Despite a 4-3 win over West Heath Stirchley United actually dropped two places to fifth, Bull and Hillyfields both winning 7-0 against respective opponents Toby Jug Flights and Kings Heath.
Full Results:- Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s 4 Rubery 3, Kings Heath 0 (D.Parish 116,121,113, S.Trayner 100, G.Stokes 100, P.Walton 140) Hillyfields 7 (P.Vaughan 100, K.Drain 140, P.Yardley 3x100,180, M.Poolton 121,118, A.Harvey 3x100,121, A.Vaughan 2x100, K.Vaughan 100,  L.Fox 3x100, G.Wilkes 100, S.Poolton 100), Cotteridge 1 (M.Ellis 125, T.Young 116, J.O^Neill 5x100, L.Betteridge 100) Toby Jug ‘A’ 6 (S.Knowles 3x100,124,125,140, A.Deeley 100, J.Grainger 125, B.Heath 115, S.Hodges 100,140, A.Faulkner 100,122,138, S.Littlewood 121,125,17 darts game), Toby Jug Flights 0 (A.Danks 118) Bull 7 (Donna Campbell 138, G.Purnell 2x100,140, S.Seery 3x100,121, P.Smith 180, D.Campbell 100, S.Campbell 101,116, J.Price 140), Billesley 1 (C.Singleton 140, L.Jones 100, J.Eades 2x100, D.Jones 2x100) Kings Norton RBL 6 (J.Good 3x100, J.Calt 100,140, M.Richardson 3x100, T.Roberts 2x100,125, N.Porter 3x100, B.Bonas 2x100,139, A.Rickard 100, S.Nolan 100, M.Ellis 140), Stirchley United 4 (T.Jeffs 100, D.Collins 100, S.Riddick 3x100,140, C.Price 123, P.Gossage 2x100, B.Thomas 2x100, M.Bathurst 135, T.Bathurst 138, C.Ryan 100) West Heath 3 (D.Peace 4x100, T.Shipley 2x100, A.Sutton 2x100,140, T.Corbett 100,2x140,101, S.Deeley 100,123, C.Micklewright 100, K.Hall 140,135,137, T.Atkins 136,132, P.Hughes100), Coppice 1 (A.Chidley 100, D.Hill 3x100, A.Ward 100, B.Tanner 140, R.Mooney 100) Court Oak 6 (K.Bedder 100,121,108f, J.Hykin 3x100,2x140, V.Gould 2x100, G.Dews 5x100, 2x140, R.Mann 2x100).
A new singles league is being started at Solihull Moors on the 29th July, cost of entry is £20 and anyone either wishing to enter or requiring any further information should contact organiser Simon Edwards on 07749-288853.
The Bully Boys leaders of the Winmau Centre Monday Night League were surprisingly held to a 24-24 draw this week by What’s The Point who are four places and 71 points below them, nevertheless because The Untouchables didn’t play again this week Bully Boys extended their advantage over the second placed team to 35 points.
James Owen and Gemma Jenkins were in top scoring form both of them hitting two maximums for their team Three Men And A Lady, unfortunately it was not enough for them to avoid a narrow 26-22 defeat against third in the table Misfits.
Biggest winners of the week were Cupid Stunts who with a 45-3 scoreline accounted for Make Mine A Double the win giving them fourth place with 658 points just one more than What’s The Point who are fifth.
Full Results:-  Yam Yams 25 (Dave Barrs 180) Here For The Beer 23 (John Jones 180), What’s The Point 24 (Bob Lockley 180) Bully Boys 24 (John Evans 180), Mad House 16 Not So Far Travellers 32 (Jason Rowe 102f), Three Men And A Lady 22 (James Owen 2x180, Gemma Jenkins 2x180) Misfits 26, Make Mine A Double 3 Cupid Stunts 45, Keep It In The Family 16 John’s Klan 32 (Keith Davies 180).
The South Birmingham League had their doubles knockout on the agenda and claiming the crown with a final 2-0 win over Richard Liggins and Carl Winters were Martin Heaven and Neil Parsonage.
In the last four play off the champions got to the final with a close 2-1 verdict over Chris Millward snr and Chris Millward jnr while Liggins and Winters had a more clear cut 2-0 success against Nigel Groves and Dave Downes  
Full Results:Doubles Knockout:Semi Finals:- Chris Millward snr and Chris Millward jnr 1 Neil Parsonage and Martin Heaven 2, Richard Liggins and Carl Winters 2 Nigel Groves and Dave Downes 0, Final:- Martin Heaven and Neil Parsonage 2 Richard Liggins and Carl Winters 0.
There was a shock for Black Horse who are third in the Haleswoen Monday Night Ladies League when they lost 4-3 at home to bottom of the table Hare and Hounds, this being Hare and Hounds second win in eleven games but still leaves them at the foot of the table but now only on average as they are level on four points with The Widders who lost 4-3 at Haden Cross.
It was a double shock for Black Horse as they lead the Captains Cup and again lost to Hare and Hounds in what was only their second defeat in eleven games.
Full Results:- Haden Cross 4 The Widders 3, Black Horse 3 Hare and Hounds 4, Park Lane Tavern 4 Townsend 3, Captains Cup:- Haden Cross beat The Widders, Black Horse lost to Hare and Hounds, Park Lane Tavern beat Townsend.
Church Tavern were the only losers in the top six teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League as they lost 7-2 at home to Quarry Bank Conservative Club who are three places and eight points below them.
Leaders Ashwood handed out a 9-0 whitewash to next to bottom of the table Crestwood Beauties to keep them two points ahead of Ten Arches who were 7-2 winners against Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge).
Third placed Britannia Inn had a bye this week Brickmakers Arms moved to within four points of them with a 5-4 win away to Stourbridge RBL.
Full Results:Game 36:- Ten Arches 7 Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) 2, Corn Exchange 8 Shrubbery Cottage 1, Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) 5 Bird (Wordsley) 4, Church Tavern 2 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 7, Plough 7 Gigmill 2, Fox Inn (Lye) 6 Kingswinford Conservative Club 3, Crestwood 0 Ashwood 9, The Cat Inn (Wordsley) 7 New Inns 2, Stourbridge RBL 4 Brickmakers Arms 5.
The top of the table clash in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League between leaders Dewdrop and second placed Old Hop Pole produced some great darts from both teams, the close 4-3 result went in favour of Dewdrop to give them a massive eight points advantage over their opponents and even wins in their three games in hand wouldn’t see Old Hop Pole catch up with the Dewdrop.
Full Results:- Sportsman 3 Tipton Sports 4, Hayes Social 0 Jolly Collier 7, Horsley Tavern 0 The Vine 7, Sow and pigs 4 Merry-Go –Round 3, Old Hop Pole 3 Dewdrop 4, Island Inn 2 Ivy Bush 5.
Following their somewhat surprising 4-3 defeat at Highwood ‘C’ Riley’s Red Arrows were quick to bounce back in division one of the Forest of Arden Summer League when they won their home tie with Highwood KB 5-2 to maintain their two points lead over second placed Journeys End who won by the same 5-2 margin over Iron Horse.
In the second division it’s now neck and neck with Chelmsley Town and Sheldon Marlborough Flights as after the latest round of results both teams have the same ten points and are level on average. Chelmsley lost their two points lead when they went down 4-3 away to third placed Crown Arrows who are also on ten points but trail behind the leading duo on average, Sheldon Marlborough Flights were 4-3 winners away to Greville Arms.
Full Results:Division One:- Riley’s Red Arrows 5 (N.Warner 3x100,125, A.Foulkes 140,117,101b,156b,100, J.Harris 120b) Highwood KB 2 (D.Memory 100, T.Walton 100, M.Gorman 121,100, W.Cooper 120), Journeys End 5 (L.Barberan 100,140, A.Edwards 100, J.Jennings 100b, D.Duncan 100) Iron Horse 2 (R.Earl 120b,100,112,2x100b, J.Green 2x100,105b,160b), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 5  A.Eden 100, D.Humphries 100 114 100, D.Derbyshire 100) Greville Arrows 2 (J.Cocchi 116, A.Hawkins 2x100,100b), Division Two:- Chelmsley Town 3 (N.Lumley 120b, R.Parsons 2x100, I.Robinson 112) Crown Arrows 4 (D.White 100, K.White 100,140, R.Perkins 100,110), Shard End Crown Flights 3 (L.Vann 100, M.Bown 100,108f , T.Carter 105b) Highwood Exiles 4 (R.Harrison 100, A.Payne 100, D.Carey 125), Greville Arms 3 (K.Hull 121,100, M.Osborne 110, C.Horsley 128f, 9 darts game) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 4 (K.Salsbury 100,140,120b, B.Steptoe 115b).
On the weekend of the 25th and 26th July the Winmau Darts Centre, Wolverhampton Sports Centre, Racecourse Road, Wolverhampton, WV6 0QU will be hosting the BDO Youth Festival of Darts 2015. Over the weekend there will be an Under 18 Challenge Tour 1 & 2 (Mixed), 18-25 Men Young Players Challenge, 18-25 Ladies Young Players Challenge and a British Teenage Mixed Singles event.
Please send completed entry form with cheques or postal orders made out to British Darts Organisation, British Darts Organisation, Unit 4, Glan-Y-Llyn Industrial Estate, Taffs Well, Cardiff, CF15 7JD.
All players must be eligible for the Winmau World Masters and World Professional play-offs
The events are open to all players as long as they’re not Tour Card Holders or played in the 128 Professional Tour
Closing date for entries is Monday 20th July 2015.
There were wins for the top three teams in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League but fourth in the table High Acres suffered a shock 6-3 home defeat at the hands of the Dog and Lamppost ‘B’ who are just three places off the foot of the table and have only won five of their 22 games so far.
Dudley Sports ‘C’ stay two points clear of Bridge ‘B’ in second place after their 7-2 win over local rivals Dudley Sports ‘B’, while Bridge ‘B’ won 5-4 at Portway. Third placed Rose and Crown (Brierley Hill) were also 5-4 winners in their fixture at Griffin.
Full Results:Week 23:- Dudley Sports ‘B’ 2 Dudley Sports ‘C’ 7,Portway 4 Bridge ‘B’ 5, Tenth Lock 2 Bulls Head (Netherton) 7, High Acres 3 Dog and Lamppost ‘B’ 6, Roebuck 3 Liberal Club 6, Griffin 4 Rose and Crown (Brierley Hill) 5, Dog and Lamppost ‘A’ 5 The Swan 4, Queens Head (Wordsley) 3 Blue Brick 6, Old Star 5 Brickmakers Arms 4, Bridge ‘A’ 7 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 2.
The Britannia Sports Bar, Wollescote will be staging another of their knockouts this coming Saturday with a top prize of £200 for only a £5 entry fee, plus there will be cash prizes down to the losing quarter finalists.
Registration is from 11.30am to 1.45pm with a 2.00pm start.
This is player’s final chance to qualify for the Grand Slam event in August.
Kevin Harris added another three wins to his tally in the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League at the Wolverhampton Sports Arena beating Robert Pierce 5-2, Rob Harris 4-3 and Adam Hill 6-1 to give him a total of 135 points from 24 games. Second placed Mick O’Neill has played two games fewer than Harris and has amassed 118 points, his latest fixtures seeing him win 4-3 against Rob Harris and them recording a convincing 7-0 win over Joshua Parkes. From the same number of games as O’Neill Kenny West has 111 points, in his two games he won 6-1 against Matt Barnfather and then had a 5-2 win in his game with Dean Marshall.
Full Results:Week 12:- Rob Montana 1 Kristian Wharton 6, Kenny West 6 Matt Barnfather 1, Rob Montana 2 Chris Fox 5, Adam Hill 4 Tam Singh 3, Dean Marshall 2 Kenny West 5, Matt Barnfather 1 Chris Fox 6, Mick O’Neill 4 Rob Harris 3, Robert Pierce 2 Kevin Harris 5, Tam Singh 3 Rob Montana 4, Adam Hill 5 Lee Craig 2, Kevin Harris 4 Rob Harris 3, Robert Pierce 7 Chris Rodgers 0, Euan McGovern 5 Lee Craig 2, Joshua Parkes 0 Mick O’Neill 7, Robert Pierce 5 Euam McGovern 2, Chris Rodgers 3 Joshua Paarkes 4, Rob Harris 5 Lee Craig 2, Chris Fox 4 Euan McGovern 3, Kevin Harris 6 Adam Hill 1.
Four teams at the top of the Cradley Tuesday Night 501 League are all on 36 points, the top two Crown ‘A’ and White Horse have both played 21 games as opposed to the other two teams Brickmakers Arms and Crown ‘B’ who have both played 22.
Crown ‘A’ and White Horse in turn had 8-1 wins over The Vine and Roost ‘B’, Brickmakers won their home tie with Hawne Lane Tavern 6-3 and Crown ‘B’ had a narrow 5-4 win at Chop House.
Full Results:- Bulls Head 2 Plough and Harrow 7, Chop House 4 Crown ‘B’ 5, Gate Hangs Well 5 Crown (Simms Lane) 4, Brickmakers Arms 6 Hawne Lane Tavern 3, Roost ‘A’ 6 Wheatsheaf 3, Members Club ‘A’ 9 Members Club ‘B’ 0, White Horse 8 Roost ‘B’ 1, Crown ‘A’ 8 The Vine 1.
Miners (Wollescote) consolidated their number one position in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League with a 5-4 home win over third in the table Brickmakers Arms, but it was not good news for Dudley Sports ‘B’ who dropped from second to fourth in the table after losing their home game with Pensnett Welfare Club 7-2, the Welfare Club moving up the table two places and replacing their hosts in the number two spot.
Miners with 34 points are four ahead of Pensnett Welfare Club who in turn are two points to the good on Brickmakers Arms, Dudley Sports ‘B’ and Netherton Cricket Club.
Full Results:Week 21:- Bulls Head (Netherton) 5 The Bell 4, Mitre 5 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 4, Roebuck 4 Netherton Cricket Club 5, Pensnett Liberal Club 5 The Bridge 4, Miners (Wollescote) 5 Brickmakers Arms 4, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 2 Pensnett Welfare Club 7.
James Clarke recorded a vital 2-1 win over Paul Morris his nearest rival in the Safe Harbour Double Top League to give him a four points lead plus a further advantage of a game in hand. Morris had previously beaten Terry Denneny 2-1. Tony Carroll holds third place with 12 points two short of Morris but with three games in hand, his latest games saw him win 3-0 against Jack Mahon, Jim Verschoyle and Jim Wickett.
Full Results:- Gez Oldfield 1 (132) Dave Pickering 2 (100,109f),  Jack Mahon 0 Tony Carroll 3, Jim Verschoyle 0 (100) Tony Carroll 3 (100), Karen Clarke 2 (140,120) Jim Verchoyle 1 (100,140), Jim Wickett 0 Tony Carroll 3 (120,105b), Terry Denneny 1 Paul Morris 2 (120), Jack Mahon 3 Jim Verschoyle 0), Paul Morris 1 (100,111) James Clarke 2 (125,121), Terry Denneny 2 (112) Ronny Clarke 1.
One game played in division one of the Pip Club League which saw second in the table Prince of Wales beat third placed Birchmoor Club 5-3 to give a gap of three points between the two teams and put Prince of Wales level on 26 points with leaders Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) but having played one more game than the top side.
A 10-6 win at Globe ‘B’ together with defeats for second placed Sports Bar ‘180’ and third placed Pip Club has strengthened J W Belgrave’s hold in pole position in division two. Sports Bar ‘180’ lost 12-4 at home to fourth placed Globe ’A’ and Pip Club went down 9-7 away to sixth in the table Gate (Amington).
Full Results:Division One:- Birchmoor Club 3 (Steve Bowman 180) Prince of Wales 5 (A.Tomlinson 180), Division Two:- Globe ‘B’ 6 J W Belgrave 10, Gate (Amington) 9 Pip Club 7, Progressive Club 3 Old Liberal 13, Sports Bar ‘180’ 4 (Paul Corfield 180) Globe ‘A’ 12, Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth) 3 Royal Oak 13 (Martin Coles 180).
The top two teams in the Rowley Monday Night League Crown and Springfield Social Club took their unbeaten runs to thirteen game when Crown won 7-2 against third in the table The Bell and Springfield by the same scoreline beat Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ who are placed fourth.
Full Results:- Crown (Old Hill) 7 The Bell 2, Crown (Netherton) 7 Haden Cross 2, Springfield Social Club 7 Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ 2, Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ 4 Ivy Bush 5, Cottage 4 Leones 5, Fairfield 6 Maypole 3, Windmills End 2 Plough 7, Whiteheath Tavern 2 Britannia Inn 7, Little Beech 5 Riddins Tavern 4.
No change at the top of the Halesowen Friday Night League as the top three teams all chalked up wins, leaders Members Club ‘A’ with 180’s from R.Hill and K.Dauncer won 5-2 at The Laurels, second placed The Vine who are four points behind the leaders with a game in hand beat Townsend 7-0 and third placed Chop House were also 7-0 winners against Hare and Hounds.
Bottom of the table Members Club ’B’ recorded their second win in 13 when they beat next to bottom Ex Serviceman’s 4-3.
Full Results:Match 13:- Members Club ‘B’ 4 Ex Serviceman’s 3, Chop House 7 Hare and Hounds 0, Townsend 0 The Vine 7, The Laurels 2 Members Club ‘A’ 5 (R,Hill 180, K.Dauncey 180).
The Tamworth League staged the finals of their Mile Oak Challenge Cup and once again it was reigning league champions and current league leaders Fox and Dogs who came out on top. In the semi finals they won 4-1 against Old Liberal House and joining them in the final was Dolphin ‘A’ who beat Globe Inn (Wilnecote).
The final saw Fox and Dogs beat Dolphin ‘A’ 4-0 the same scoreline by which they recently defeated Dolphin ‘B’ in the final of the Paul Caswell Memorial Cup.
There was just one rearranged league fixture in which Fox and Dogs won 6-1 against Dolphin ‘B’, not really a good week for the Dolphins!!
Full Results:Mile Oak Challenge Cup:Semi Finals:- Fox and Dogs 4 Old Liberal House 1, Dolphin ‘A’ beat Globe Inn, Final:- Fox and Dogs 4 Dolphin ‘A’ 0, Rearranged League Fixture:- Fox and Dogs 6 Dolphin ‘B’ i, Players League:- Martin Edwards (Fox and Dogs) beat John Lewin (Dolphin ‘B’).
Although Riley’s ‘C’ won 4-3 at home to Village in division one of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League they dropped one place in the table to fourth trailing on average to Victoria who had a 5-2 win at Wednesfield Conservative Club, that extra winning game giving them third place advantage.
Wednesfield Legion ‘A’ were the only losers in the top five losing 5-2 at home against top of the table Wednesfield FC.
Division two leaders Pheasant had an emphatic 7-0 win away to Fordhouses CC who as a result dropped from second to fifth in the table behind on average from Whitmore Reans WMC, Roebuck and Bull all four teams are on 24 points four adrift of Pheasant.
Full Results:Division One:- Bradmore ‘A’ 2 Otter and Vixen 5, Cabin 3 Riley’s ‘D’ 4, Dog and Partridge 4 Chillington Club 3, ECC 7 Railway 0, Merry Boys 3 Ashmore Inn 4, Penn Bowling 2 Bradmore ‘B’ 5, Riley’s ‘C’ 4 Village 3, Wednesfield Conservative Club 2 Victoria 5, Wednesfield Legion ‘A’ 2 Wednesfield FC 5, Division Two:- Bull 6 Woodfield Social Club 1, Fordhouses CC 0 Pheasant 7, Old Stags Head 6 Riley’s ‘B’ 1, Pendulum 2 Ukrainian Club 5, Riley’s ‘A’ 4 Boat ‘B’ 3, Roebuck 5 Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 2, Three Crowns 7 Castle 0, Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ 3 Emerald 4, Whitmore Reans WMC 7 Bird in Hand 0.
Riley’s ‘B’ third in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League table lost ground in the title race as they lost 4-3 to their local rivals and current divisional leaders Riley’s ‘A’. Riley’s ‘A’ with 36 points are four ahead of second placed Otter and Vixen who won 5-2 at Brewood British Legion, Riley’s ‘B’ with 28 points are a further four points adrift.
Full Results:- Brewood British Legion 2 Otter and Vixen 5, Bull 2 Woodfield Social Club 5, Claregate 5 Dog and Partridge 2, Jones Road 2 Village Inn 5, Moreton 3 Whitmore Reans WMC 4, Riley’s ‘A’ 4 Riley’s ‘B’ 3.

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