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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

Prior to the Warwickshire versus Yorkshire BDO Inter County fixture at the Bishopsgate Club, Coventry there was a fund raising head shave by Kaya Holdsworth who was doing it because her mother Warwickshire county player Edwina was diagnosed with liver and bowel cancer in January and some of her family members had also been affected by cancer.
Shaving Kaya’s head were her sister Mia and county player Lisa Whitmore the event so far having raised a tremendous amount in excess of £550 and Kaya says there is still more donations to come in.
It’s still not too late to donate to this very courageous young lady’s worthy cause, to do so please follow the link

Kaya Holdsworth

Kaya Holdsworth

Kaya Holdsworth
The third annual Winmau BDO Wolverhampton Open staged at the Wolverhampton Sports Arena was again a huge success with in excess of 100 players from all over the country and beyond taking part all chasing the top prize of £1,000. The eventual winner was Dudley born and former West Midlands player Paul Hogan who travelled up from his present home at Basingstoke to take part in the competition.

Wolverhampton Open - Left to Right - Andy Jones (Winmau), Paul Hogan (Winner), Dharam (Tam) Jagpal (Arena Owner).

In the semi finals Hogan squared up to Warwickshire and again former West Midlands player Dean Stewart and took the tire 4-2. From the other half of the draw Welshman David Neads beat PDC player James Richardson 4-1 to book his final place.

Wolverhampton Open - Left to Right - David Neads (Runner Up), Andy Jones (Winmau), Dharam (Tam) Jagpal (Arena Owner).

The final saw Hogan beat Neads with a repeat of his last four scoreline again a relatively comfortable 4-2 victory. As runner up Neads received £500, losing semi finalists Dean Stewart and James Richardson picked up £250, there was £125 for Mark Craddock, Simon Stevenson, Rhys Griffin and Sam Hamilton as losing quarter finalists and £50 for players reaching the last sixteen who were Joshua Richardson, Martin Angell, John Mann, Mark Perkins, Anthony Urmston, John Burgess, Steve Alker and Shaun Carroll.
Full Results:Group One:Last 128:- Adrian Heathcote - bye, Mark Craddock – bye, Raymond Singh 4 Daniel Thorpe 1, Lol Frazer – bye, Dean Marshall 4 Matt Speakman 0, John Mycock 4 Alan Brocklebank 1, Matt Sheehan 1 Martin Biggs 4, Joshua Richardson 4 Nicholas Lammas 0, Dai Wozencroft 0 Martin Angell 4, Joh Doraghey 1 Andy Roberts 4, Andy Hughes 4 Reece Colley 1, To Clarke 4 Jason Terry 1, Andy Malone 1 John Morris 4, Chris Mason 4 Morris Hughes 0, Steve Blewitt 4 Ben Forest 3, Keith Philburn 0 Dean Stewart 4, Group Two:- Danny Howard – bye, Cliff Price 0 John Mann 4, Tony Randell – bye, Mathew Barnfather – bye, Ivan Bell 1 Steve Mason 4, Paul Price 1 Andrew Graham 4, Daniel Petty 0 Simon Stevenson 4, Carl Hamilton 4 Richard Langlois 3, Mike Simons 4 Jonathan Fardon 1, Andrew Baugh 3 Mark Pekins 4, Darren Roy Williams 2 Mark Robbins 4, Andrew Alker 4 Matt Hancock 0, Gary Whittles 2 Paul Hogan 4, Matt Pearson 4 Ros Gilder 0, Shaun Matthews 2 Ryan O’Connor4, Joe Taylor – bye, Group Three:- Anthony Urmston – bye, Jim Moston – bye, Shaun Dring – bye, Eddie Rolls – bye, Dave Emery 3 Rhys Griffin 4, Chris Maniona 4 Sean Birkett 2, Kev Dale 3 Ben Green 4, Danny Key 4 Danielle Ashton 0, Craig Hampson 0 Matt Tedstone 4, Peter Hardy 1 John Burgess 4, Tim Green 2 Graham Hall 4, Mick Baker 3 Gary Blades 4, Gary Bailey 4 Phil Powell 0, Ryan Sullivan 0 David Neads 4, Mangal Singh 4 Sam Guest 1, Ash Khayat 4 Richie Edwards 2, Group Four:- Grant Hamilton – bye, Sam Gittoes – bye, Simon Meredith 4 Richard Harrison 0, Steve Alker 4 Karl Merchant 3, Steve Hales 4 Gary Costin 2, Martin Rowley 4 Mark Bird 0, Alan Edwards 4 Darren Penhall 1, James Richardson 4 Sam Luscombe 1, David Wallace – bye, Reece Spurr 1 Shaun Carroll 4, Dave Williams 1 Phil Stewart 4, Wayne Harrison 4 Paul Redfern 3, Mick O’Neill 2 Jarred Rafferty 4, Ted Hankey 4 Michael Lammas 0, Sam Hamilton 4 Grant Jackson 2, Liam Baker 2 Wayne Willis 4, Last 64:Group One:- Adrian Heathcote 0 Mark Craddock 4, Raymond singh 3 Loll Frazer 4, Dean Marshall 4 John Mycock 3, Martin Biggs 0 Joshua Richardson 4, Martin Angell 4 Andy Roberts 2, Andy Hughes 4 Tom Clarke 0, John Morris 1 Chris mason 4, Steve Blewitt 0 Dean Stewart 4, Last 32:- Mark Craddock 4 Lol Frazer 1, Dean Marshall 3 Joshua Richardson 4, Martin Angell 4 Andy Hughes 3, Chris Mason 1 Dean Stewart 4, Group Two:- Danny Howard 2 John Mann 4, Tony Randell 4 Mathew Barnfather 0, Steve Mason 4 Andrew Graham 3, Simon Stevenson 4 Carl Hamilton 2, Mike Simons 1 Mark Perkins 4, Mark Robbins 4 Andrew Alker 3, Paul Hogan 4 Matt Pearson 1, Ryan O’Connor 4 Joe Taylor 3, Group Three:- Anthony Urmston 4 Jim Moston 3, Shaun Dring 4 Eddie Rolls 0, Rhys Griffin 4 Chrsi Maniona 0, Ben Green 4 Danny Key 2, Matt Tedstone 2 John Burgess 4, Graham Hall 4 Gary Blade 2, Gary Bailey 0 David Neads 4, Mangal Singh 4 Ash Khayat 3, Group Four:- Grant Hamilton 2 Sam Gittoes 4, Simon Meredith 1 Steve Alker 4, Steve Hales 4 Martin Rowley 1, Alan Edwards 1 Shaun Carroll 4, Phil Stewart 1 Wayne Harrison 4, Jarred Rafferty 0 Ted Hankey 4, Sam Hamilton 4 Wayne Willis 2, Last 16:Group One:- Mark Craddock 4 Joshua Richardson 2, Martin Angell 0 Dean Stewart 4, Group Two:- John Mann 1 Simon Stevenson 4, Mark Perkins 2 Paul Hogan 4, Group Three:- Anthony Urmston 0 Rhys Griffin 4, John Burgess 3 David Neads 4, Group Four:- Steve Alker 3 James Richardson 4, Shaun Carroll 3 Sam Hamilton 4, Quarter Finals:- Mark Craddock 3 Dean Stewart 4, Simon Stevenson 0 Paul Hogan 4, Rgys Griffin 3 David Neads 4, James Richardson 4 Sam Hamilton 3, Semi Finals:- Dean Stewart 2 Paul Hogan 4, David Neads 4 James Richardson 1, Final:- Paul Hogan 4 David Neads 2.
Week two of the Shirley Red Lion Premier League and Andy Hoy has taken over as the new table topper. Hoy jumped from tenth to top with a 3-1 win over Mark Carter followed by two 3-0 wins against Steve Heeks and Ken Hopton to give him 11 points from his four games. Second in the table Pete Silver hit a maximum in his close 3-2 success against Brian Lawton and had a similar result against Paul Higgins to put him level on eleven points with Hoy but trailing slightly on average.
Third placed Mick Gorst, unlike the two players above him has won all of his games, however he has played one less than the top two players and after his 3-0 win against Adam Stuart and a 3-1 success over Ken Hopton in which for the second week running he record the highest finish, this week 116 leaves him just two points off the top.
Former leader Mark Gwalchmai suffered a setback as he lost 3-0 to Paul Higgins and as a result dropped to fourth in the table. However he was quick to recover as he beat Alex Hesketh by the same scoreline and notched a 180 into the bargain.
Full Results:Week 2:- Tom Bent 3 Alex Hesketh 0, Mark Cater 1 Andy Hoy 3, Mark Gwalchmai (180) 0 Paul Higgins (109f) 3, Ken Hopton 2 Mick Bown 3, Pete Silver (180) 3 Brian Lawton 2, Adam Stuart 0 Mick Gorst 3, Andy Hoy 3 Steve Heeks 0, Alex Hesketh 0 Mark Gwalchmai (180) 3, Mick Bown (19 darts game) 3 Mark Cater 1, Paul Higgins (16 darts game) 2 Pete Silver 3, Mick Gorst (116F,17 darts game) 3 Ken Hopton 1, Chris John 0 Adam Stuart (110f) 3, Tom Bent (17 darts game) 3 Brian Lawton 1, Paul Higgins 3 Tom Bent 1, Andy Hoy 3 Ken Hopton 0, Adam Stuart (180,15 darts game) 3 Stuart Dixon 0, Stuart Dixon 0 Chris John 3.
For only the fifth time in 36 games Kevin Harris lost in the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League at the Wolverhampton Sports Arena. After a close 4-3 defeat by third in the table Kevin Lane Harris bounced back to win 7-0 against Liam Whale to put him on 191 points from 36 games. Of the other twenty players in the league just two are in a position whereby they could still take over pole position from Harris. Second in the table Mick O’Neill who added a 7-0 win over Lee Craig and a 4-3 win against Robert Pierce is on 165 points but has five games in hand which could see him take his tally to 200 and third placed Kevin Lane after a 7-0 win over Chris Rodgers and 4-3 wins against Harris and Chris Fox has 160 points and with a massive seven games in hand could take his total to 209.
Full Results:Week 19:- Kevin Lane 7 Chris Rodgers 0, Kevin Harris 3 Kevin Lane 4, Kenny West 4 Lee Craig 3, Liam Whale 2 Kristian Wharton 5, Andy Whale 5 Rob Harris 2, Tam Singh 6 Chris Rodgers 1, Joshua Parkes 3 Steven Homer 4, Chris Fox 3 Kevin Lane 4, Mick O’Neill 7 Lee Craig 0, Kevin Harris 7 Liam Whale 0, Kevin Lane 6 Joshua Parkes 1, Chris Fox 2 Kenny West 5, Tam Singh 1 Andy Whale 6, Kristian Wharton 5 Steven Homer 2, Rob Harris 3 Robert Pierce 4, Mick O’Neill 4 Robert Pierce 3.
The 6-3 win by Chop House has thrown the title race wide open in the Cradley Tuesday Night League as the team that they beat was Crown ‘A’ who top the table with 46 points, but now only on average from Brickmakers Arms whose 5-4 win at fifth placed Members Club ‘A’ has put them level on points with the leaders.
Third in the table White Horse suffered a 6-3 home defeat at the hand of sixth placed Gate Hangs Well to leave them four points behind the leading duo, while Crown ‘B’ who have only played 25 games as opposed to the teams above them having played 27 could close the gap on the leaders to just two points.
Full Results:- Vine 5 Roost ‘B’ 4, Plough and Harrow 8 Members Club ‘B’ 1, Netherton Sports and Social 5 Hawne Lane Tavern 4, Bulls Head 4 Crown (Simms Lane) 5, Roost ‘A’ 4 Crown ‘B’ 5, Members Club ‘A’ 4 Brickmakers Arms 5, White Horse 3 Gate Hangs Well 6, Crown ‘A’ 3 Chop House 6.
Two rearranged fixtures were played in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League games that saw the top teams playing each other, leaders Dewdrop played away to third placed Jolly Collier and their convincing 6-1 win takes them to 40 points from 21 games. Dewdrop’s nearest rivals Old Hop Pole won 4-3 away against Sportsman who are fifth, the win leaving Old Hop Pole still four points behind Dewdrop with a game in hand.
Full Results:Rearranged Fixtures:- Sportsman 3 Old Hop Pole 4, Jolly Collier 1 Dewdrop 6.
The Brierley Hill Friday Night League staged their singles knockout and with a final success against John Glazzard (Netherton Cricket Club) it was Dennis Bull (Miners, Wollescote) who won the title.
Losing semi finalists were Rob Powers (Dudley Sports ‘B’) and Steve Dunn (Bridge).
On the fixture card for the Forest of Arden Summer League were the semi finals of their Knockout Cup, there were no real surprises as division one leaders Journeys End beat third in the same division Iron Horse 4-0 and another division one side Greville Arrows won 5-2 against Sheldon Marlborough Flights from division two.
Full Results:Knockout Cup:Semi Finals:- Journeys End 4 Iron Horse 0, Greville Arrows 5 (D.Duggan 140, C.Okey 120,100) Sheldon MarlboroughFlights 2 (B.Steptoe 132, M.Murrin 121, A.Eden 100, P.Ayling 112).
Following the success of the Winmau Centre Monday Night League the Wolverhampton Sports Arena are now looking to start their next season and are offering an invite to all to join them in the four-a-side league in which all four players play twelve legs of 501 each week.
Anyone interested in entering a team should contact the arena on 01902-420827 or just visit their page on facebook and either leave a message plus contact details or alternatively sign up your team on the facebook page.
Looking for a bit extra cash, why not drop along to the Winmau Darts Centre in the Wolverhampton Sports Arena tomorrow night where in the latest of their first Thursday in the month knockout’s there is a guaranteed £100 top prize for just a £5 entry fee.
Could it be you who stops the run of Derbyshire’s Matt Padgett who has won the last three consecutive knockouts at the arena, let’s see if a local player can take this month’s top prize.
East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association consolidated their number one spot in the Small Heath League with a resounding 9-0 win over Clock Inn to give them a perfect 16 points from eight games, second placed Mitre were also winners but by a much closer 5-4 margin against Wagon and Horses to leave them two points adrift of the leaders.
Full Results:- Emerald Flights 3 Moseley All Service 6, Mitre 5 Wagon and Horses 4, East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 9 Clock Inn 0, Gulp Tribe 7 Emerald Club 2.
The twelve weeks knockouts for the Riley’s Club Championship culminated in the Club Champion playoff at Riley’s Snooker Bar, Solihull and the winner on the night was Dean Sanders who had a very close 6-5 victory over Tom White in the final.

Sue Kingdon (Organiser), Dean Sanders (Winner), Steve Brookes (Riley^s).

The grand finals of the competition to find the Riley’s Club GB Champion worth £1,000 will be staged at Riley’s, Wolverhampton this coming Saturday and there will be other cash prizes for the runner up £500, losing semi finalists £100 each, losing quarter finalists £50 each, last sixteen £25 each and last thirty two £20 each.
Week three in the Camp Hill League and HMS Lions remain the only team with a 100% win record, their latest win being 5-2 at Devil’s Club who are currently languishing at the foot of the table.
Cotterills Lane Club kept in touch with the leaders, their 6-1 home win over Wagon and Horses keeping them within two points of the top, as are Holy Gulp and Lady Westminster, Holy Gulp handing out a 5-2 defeat to Lady Westminster their first defeat of the season.
Full Results:- Cotterills Lane Club 6 Wagon and Horses 1, Lady Westminster 2 Holy Gulp 5, Devil’s Club 2 HMS Lions 6.
Springfield Rifles new to the Black Country Premier League this season lost for the first time in six games when they went down 9-7 away to Brickmaker Big Dogs to put both teams on 10 points. Taking over the number one spot is Blackheath Beechers who won their home tie with Hollybush Darters 11-3 to give them 12 points and make them the only team in the league with six wins in as many games.
Woodside Poachers moved up from fourth to second in the table with a 12-1 win against Storming Stags to put them on the same 10 points as Springfield Rifles and Brickmaker Big Dogs. Britannia Bulldogs and Old Hill Royals are also on ten points and in turn they won 12-0 at Hounds of Wynall and 10-4 at Batham Bandits.
Full Results:- Brickmaker Big Dogs 9 (N.Cooper 180, C.Snellus 13 darts game, C.Penzer 22 darts game) Springfield Rifles 7 (P.O’Brien 180), Hasbury Hunters 10 Mighty Mitre 6, Batham Bandits 4 (D.Harwood 120b) Old Hill Royals 10, Hounds of Wynall 1 (S.Rogers 180) Britannia Bulldogs 12 (B.Watts 180), Railway Buffers 7 (S.Hill 180) Wynall Warriors 9 (C.Newton 180, D.Haden 180, B.Cartwright 15 darts game), Woodside Poachers 12 (J.Rollinson 180, 18 darts game) Storming Stags 1 (P.Glennon 125f), Blackheath Beechers 11 (J.Lowe 160b,15 darts game, R.Smith 16 darts game) Hollybush Darters 3, Vintage Gamers 3 (L.Harbutt 2x180, J.Hall 120b) Black Country Belters 10 (M.Hall 180,118f, A.Turley 180).
The Sheldon and District Summer League staged the quarter finals of their Mrs F.Richman Trophy and all four fixtures went as would be expected. Division one leaders The Digby won 6-1 against Sheldon Marlborough Flights who are bottom of division three, second in division one Castle Vale Stadium had a close 4-3 win over division two leaders Mackadown Social and there was also a 4-3 win for George V who are bottom of division two but their opponents Sheldon Dukes are in fourth place in division three.
There was a 5-2 win for next to bottom of division two The Pirates who defeated Crown Arrows who are third in division three.
Full Results:Mrs F.Richman Trophy:Quarter Finals:- Castle Vale Stadium 4 (G..Tayloe 135,100, R.Franks 121, J.Burdett 3x100, W.Cadby 140, B.Charlton 140,135,100, I.Lloyd 100,140) Mackadown Social 3 (B.Allen 100,116, D.Young 140,100,110,123, M.Heaven 100, A.Kavanagh 138, G.James 140,105, M.Noonan 2x100), Sheldon Marlborough Flights 1 (M.Cox 100, D.Howlett 137,100,2x125, A.Eden 3x100,134, P.Jones 100,140) The Digby 6 (M.Partridge 3x140,12 darts game, N.Clarke 140,180,121, C.O’Neill 133, K.Deeley 2x100,140, A.Hoey 100,114,123, K.Reynolds 100,2x140), George V 4 (J.Hinsol 140, G.King 100, C.Horsley 140,100, S.Palmer 125,103,100, A.Savage 145, C.Grimes 100, J.Savage 125,100) Sheldon Dukes 3 (S.O’Donnell 100,118, P.Sunner 140, L.Molyneux 2x100, M.O’Donnell 4x100,125, P.Pudge 2x100, G.Groves 2x100,101), Crown Arrows 2 (J.Gaskin 100,125, M.Bown 100, S.Moran 121,100, J.Morrisey 2x100,125, L.Vann 100) The Pirates 5 (G.Green 100, K.Green 2x100,140, A.Cooksey 100, D.Whitehouse 2x100, J.Buttle 2x140, M.Turner 125).
The latest results from the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League saw Gornal Conservative Club extend their unbeaten run to 14 games with a 5-2 win at Dudley Sports who hold a mid table position. Second placed Ashwood ‘A’ fell another two points behind the leaders and now trail by four points after losing 4-3 in the local derby with Ashwood ‘B’ who are third and now only two points behind their ‘A’ team.
In the other local derby between the two Ten Arches teams the ‘B’ side with a 160 break from A.Edgar won 4-3 to keep them in fourth place and level on 22 points with Ashwood ‘B’.
Full Results:Week 14:- Ashwood ‘B’ 4 Ashwood ‘A’ 3, The Leopard 2 The Swan 5, The Fox Inn 5 Netherton Cricket Club 2, Wombourne Cricket Club 4 The Bell 3, High Acres 6 Queens 1, Dudley Sports 2 Gornal Conservative Club 5, Ten Arches ‘A’ 3 Ten Arches ‘B’ 4 (A.Edgar 160b).
Tony Carroll added another two scalps to his tally in the Safe Harbour Double Top League when he won 3-0 against Jack Mahon and 2-1 against Ron Clarke to give him 32 points from 18 games which leaves him two ahead of second placed James Clarke who had similar 3-0 and 2-1 wins over Gez Oldfield and Jack Mahon, Clarke has also played one game more than Carroll.
Full Results:- Dave Pickering 1 (100) Ron Clarke 2 (114f), Tony Carroll 3 (100,140,105) Jack Mahon 0 (100), Jim Wickett 1 Dave Pickering 2, Jack Mahon 3 (120,140) John Green 0 (100), Ron Clarke 1 (100) Tony Carroll 2 (125,108b), Gez Oldfield 0 (100b,100) James Clarke 3 (100), Paul Morris 0 (121,108b) John Green 3 (105,108), James Clarke 2 Jack Mahon 1 (100).
Rose and Crown lost their 100% win record in the Netherton Thursday Night League in the latest round of fixtures, surprisingly losing 5-4 at home to third in the table Bulls Head, they do however still hold on to pole position but only on average as second placed White Swan won 5-4 at Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club to put them on the same 12 points as Rose and Crown, Bulls Head are also now on 12 points and have a game in hand on the two teams above them, they are now the only team in the league to have won all of their games.
Full Results:- Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 4 White Swan 5, The Widders 3 Delph Bell 6, The Crown 6 Pensnett Liberal Club 3, Fairfield 5 White Horse 4, Rose and Crown 4 Bulls Head 5.
Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) and Prince of Wales march on in division one of the Pip Club League both of them handing out 8-0 whitewashes to their respective visitors Birchmoor Club and Wigginton Arms.
In division two there were a couple of shock results, leaders J W Belgrave lost 9-7 away to Gate (Amington) who are just three places off the foot of the table and second placed Sports Bar ‘180’ lost their home tie by the same 9-7 margin to Old Liberal who lie sixth in the table.
Third placed Pip Club were held to an 8-8 draw by Progressive Club while Globe Inn ‘A’ were the only winners in the top four teams, they won 14-2 against bottom of the table Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth).
Full Results:Division One:- Prince of Wales 8 (Rob Oates 180) Wigginton 0, Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworrth, Colin Wyatt 124f, Billy Burnett 180) Birchmoor Club 0 (Pete Strang 104f), Division Two:- Royal Oak 12 Globe Inn ‘B’ 4, Globe Inn ‘A’ 14 Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth) 2, Sports Bar ‘180’ 7 Old Liberal 9 (Bob Mills 180), Progressive Club 8 Pip Club 8, Gate (Amington) 9 J W Belgrave 7.
Wednesfield FC enforced their bid to win the division one title in the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League with a resounding 7-0 win at Jack’s Bar but with 38 points they are still only ahead of second placed ECC on average, ECC gaining a vital 6-1 win over third placed Victoria to open up a gap of six points between the two teams.
In division two Moreton were the only losers in the top four teams they lost 4-3 at Three Crowns. Whitmore Reans WMC with a 6-1 home win over Ukrainian Club stay on top with 34 points followed by Pheasant and Roebuck both on 32 points then comes Moreton and Bull each having 30 points
Full Results:Division One:- Bradmore ‘A’ 4 Village Inn 3, Cabin 4 Ashmore Inn 3, Chillington Club 4 Corpus 3, Dog and Partridge 2 Bradmore ‘B’ 5, ECC 6 Victoria 1, Jacks Bar 0 Wednesfield FC 7, Merry Boys 2 Wednesfield Legion ‘A’ 5, Penn Bowling 1 Riley’s ‘C’ 6, Railway 2 Otter and Vixen 5, Riley’s ‘D’ 4 Wednesfield Conservative Club 3, Division Two:- Bird In Hand 1 Emerald 6, Bull 3 Pheasant 4, Old Stags Head 6 Castle 1, Red Lion 3 Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 4, Roebuck 4 Riley’s ‘A’ 3, Three Crowns 4 Moreton 3, Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ 3 Boat ‘B’ 4, Whitmore Reans WMC 6 Ukrainian Club 1.
Riley’s ‘A’ and Otter and Vixen the top two teams in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League played each other in week 26 and the outcome was a 4-3 win for Riley’s ‘A’ to open up a six points advantage over their opponents. Third placed Riley’s ‘B’ lost 4-3 at home to fifth placed Claregate and are now four points behind Otter and Vixen.
Full Results:Week 26:- Jones Road 1 Whitmore Reans WMC 6, Moreton 5 Bull 2, Riley’s ‘A’ 4 Otter and Vixen 3, Riley’s ‘B’ 3 Claregate 4, Village Inn 5 Dog and Partridge 2, Woodfiels Social 4 Brewood British Legion 3.
The Rowley Monday Night League were involved in their Challenge Cup in which there was a 6-3 win for Britannia Inn over Crown (Simms Lane) and a 5-4 win for Little Beech at Fairfield.
Full Results:- Whiteheath Tavern 5 Leones 4, Challenge Cup:- Fairfield 4 Little Beech 5, Britannia Inn 6 Crown (Simms Lane) 3.

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