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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

This coming weekend Warwickshire will be playing at home at the Bishopsgate Club, Foleshill Road, Coventry, CV1 4JJ against Essex a game that could see them close the 20 points gap between the two teams as Essex in third place in the table are on 157 points and Warwickshire who are fifth have 137. A win would see them consolidate their position in the table and possibly see them overtake fourth placed Cambridgeshire who are just one point ahead of them.
Lining up for Warwickshire will be Men’s ‘A’:- Noel Grant, Jamie Hughes, Tom Aldridge, Jamie Atkins, Bob Nixon, Mark Westgarth, Mark Carter, William Naylor, Dean Stewart, Richard Foster, Mark Strong, Antony Allen, Men’s ‘B’:- Simon Power, Luke Kennedy, Matt Edgar, Tom Ryan, Rob Hawker, Carl Green, Mangal Singh, Peter Hughes, James Hykin, Ted Evetts, Ian Shaw, Prakash Jiwa, Reserves:- Tom Martin, Simon Fairbrother, Dan Green, Tom McGlone, Paul Deslandes, Women’s ‘A’:- Trina Gulliver, Sue Gulliver, Melanie Hill, Wendy Adams, Donna Pinch, Kerry Bambridge, Women’s ‘B’:- Lisa Deslandes, Angela Jones, Marian Conway, Helen Rigg, Nina Bolt, Denise Keyte, Reserves:- Kat Spanswick, Lucy Keyte.
In week seventeen there were big wins for the top two teams in the premier division of the Sheldon and District Winter League as leaders Crown at Shard End won their home tie with Castle Vale Residents 7-2 and second placed Crown at Olton handed out a 9-0 whitewash to their visitors The Pirates leaving them two points off the top with two games in hand.
The gap between the two bottom teams in division one widened to four points as next to bottom Yardley Ex Colts beat bottom team Sheldon Social 8-1.
No Change at the top of division two as leaders Crown Arrows and second placed Highwood Arrows both won 5-4 in turn against Shirley RBL Misfits and Small Heath Amateur Gardeners, both of the top two teams have played 13 games with just two points separating them.
Full Results:Week 17:Premier Division:- Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows 4 (D.Nixon 137, D.Tudor 2x100,140, R.Nixon 100,141, L.Nixon 109b,100, P.Connolly 121,100, A.Nixon 140, M.Harris 140) Pavillions 5 (M.Morgan 114, D.Whitehouse 137, B.Evans 100b, A.Richards 120b,100, K.Richards 100, R.Evans 158f, M.Tolliss 100, N.Jackson 100), The Lyndon 8 (S.Harding 100b, S.Darby 100, J.Buckingham 101f, P.Stephens 159, D.Wright 125, P.Collins 123,140, P.Henderson 115b) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 1 (N.Davis 125, L.O’Donnell 100, B.Horley 100), Crown at Shard End 7 (A.Mayell 104,100, N.Parsonage 100,K.Deeley 108b,2x100, M.Cooper 100, K.Reynolds 2x100, T.Whitehouse 112b, P.Shipley 3x100,100b, C.King 2x100) Castle Vale Residents 2 (R.Vann 140,101, G.Taylor 2x100, P.Nicholls 100, J.Burdett 100, B.Cadby 2x100, R.Franks 100, R.Barritt 2x100,140,108b,128b), Crown at Olton 9 (A.Hutchings 2x120b,100, J.Jennings 137, J.Sidwell 100,112, P.Yardley 120b, D.Duncan 100, P.Nunn 100) The Pirates 0 (A.Cooksey 100, M.Taylor 125,120, J.Buttle 100, T.Booth 101b), Saltley Amateur Gardeners 3 (R.Lawrence 108b,100, J.Webster 140, T.Webster 2x100, T.White 2x140, J.Phipps 2x100) Mackadown Social 6 (A.Kavanagh 100b,139, L.Barberan 112b,100, M.Heaven 180,140,137, G.James 114,140,124, S.Kingdon 2x100), Division One:- Sheldon Social 1 (M.Tilley 100,123, C.Roberys 139, L.Allwood 132b, T.Roche 140,100,125,100b) Yardley Ex Colts 8 (B.Law 112b), Willclare Sports and Social 2 (M.Holt 100,140, J.Thomas 115,P.Wilcock 120, J.Allen 100) Iron Horse 7 (J.Evans 119, R.Earl 100, J.Whitehouse 110b, J.Green 105b, T.Rainsford 120, D.Kilbey 100), Crown-Forget-Me-Not 9 Marston Green Tavern 0 (walkover), Division Two:- Greville Arms 7 (J.Cocchi 100,140, A.Hawkins 100, C.Burns 110b) Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights 2 (S.Barrett 100,103), Maggies 5 (R.Molloy 123, N.Hall 100b, S.Hoccom 140, B.Swaine 2x100) Ridgemere Social 4 (L.Carter 2x100, D.Davies 100,103f), Meadway Sports and Social 4 (S.Collins 100, M.McArthur 140, S.Davis 100, M.Shellis 100b) Highwood Exiles 5 (R.Harrison jnr 100, R.Harrison snr 100,107, D.Gill 113f, D.Cooper 123, P.Harvey 100), Highwood Arrows 5 (P.Roscoe 100, G.Thomas 100, T.Clinton 135,105b, G.Clinton 140, M.Mitchell 121, D.Carey 100) Small Heath Amateur Gardeners 4 (S.Miller 100, D.Brown 120, A.Sleath 125), Shirley RBL Misfits 4 (J.O’Sullivan 140, R.Randle 100, M.Hodgson 140, J.Boyle 100) Crown Arrows 5 (J.Gaskin 2x100, D.White 100, K.Depper 134, C.Vann 132, M.Bown 120b, J.Morrisey 100b,140).
It was cup semi finals week in the Four Oaks and District League and in the Brian Goodman Cup division one leaders Boldmere St Mikes were awarded a walk over against Pint Pot Flights while second in division one The Beehive ran out 7-2 winners against The Lions to make the final a battle between the league’s top two teams.
In the Ken Rust semi finals Bishop Vesey were handed a heavy 8-1 defeat by second division rivals Erdington Arrows who will take on The Boot in the final after their comfortable 7-2 win against The Fox.
Full Results:Brian Goodman Cup:Semi Finals:- Boldmere St Mikes 9 Pint Pot Flights 0, The Lions 2 (M.Taylor 100, A.Ashford 101, J.Collins 148b,100, T.Pedley 100, W.Taylor 120) The Beehive 7 (M.Partridge 101, J.Prince 109b,125,132, C.O’Neil 107, K.Deeley 142b,140,105, N.Clarke 100f, K.Reynolds 100, S.Harvey 121,134), Ken Rust Cup:Semi Finals:- Erdington Arrows 8 (R.Bazeley 2x100, J.Leydon 125, M.Kenny 100) Bishop Vesey 1 (N.Sammons 135, C.Sammons 120, M.Hall 100, S.Holmes 100), The Fox 2 (A.Jarvie 100, R.Stanton 120b,100) The Boot 7 (N.Napier 140, M.Norton 140, T.Tyrie 100,140, G.Gaughan 120).
The divisional cup finals were on the agenda for the Forest of Arden Winter League the division one game seeing leaders Olton Crown winning 6-3 against next to bottom of the table Greville Arrows. The division two final saw the top two teams square up to each other the outcome a surprisingly one sided 9-0 result in favour of leaders Highwood KB with Sheldon Marlborough Flights runners up.
Full Results:Division One Cup:Final:- Olton Crown 6 (John Sidwell 100,101b, Jack Sidwell 100,120b,119, A.Hutchings 160b,120b,2x100, R.Duncan 180, T.Steele 100) Greville Arrows 3 (L.Powell 101b, M.Mitchell 100,120b, C.Okey 2x100, D.Duggan 2x100), Division Two Cup:Final:- Sheldon Marlborough Flights 0 (P.Seadon 2x100, J.Vaughan 100) Highwood KB 9 (G.Thomas 100, N.Wykes 100,180,120f, W.Cooper 100, N.Byrne 140, T.Constable 100).
With Mackadown Social already acclaimed winners of division one in the South Birmingham League the race is still on for the division two title as current leaders The Dog won 5-4 at Kingfisher to give them 22 points from 13 games and second placed Banbury Club had a convincing 8-1 win away to Toby Jug to put them on the same 22 points with two to play whereas The Dog only have one remaining fixture.
Full Results:Division One:- Family Tree 1 (A.Cooksey 136b,2x125,106b, M.Farquharson 100) Erdington Members Club 8 (W.Naylor 112b,100, J.Frost 100,120b, B.Cadby 140, M.Birch 123, S.Witherford 102), Coleshill Social 2 (B.Jones 112b,100, S.Sweetman 180,100b, G.Jones 100, C.Cooke 135, P.Bryant 140), St John’s 7 (P.Shipley 100,140, B.Harris 100, L.Barberan 100, M.Walker 121, S.Whatmore 101,100b,T.Evans 100, D.Smith 100), Division Two:- Toby Jug 1 (I.Beattie 105b,100, D.Rainey 100f, B.Blair 2x100, B.Weir 100) Banbury Flights 8 (W.Cooper 2x100, J.Phipps 101b, L.Reece 100, P.Moran 160b, J.Gallagher 125), Kingfisher 4 (G.Shergold 100,135, K.Shergold 118, P.Reece 133, D.Green 100) The Dog 5 (J.Ansell 100, P.Richards 100,108f,112b, S.O^Brien 100, J.Fathers 100, M.Wheat 128), The Bell 4 (D.Hudson 100, B.Anderton 112b,100, J.Creen 100, K.Hull 2x100) Smithswood Social 5 (P.Cobley 100, S.King 100, N.Wilson 140, K.Mann 100), The C^s 6 (D.Evans 100, M.Phillips 100,121,127, J.Carter 2x100) The Gate 3 (T.Barrs 154b, T.Molineux 120,140, K.Russell 100, N.Groves 2x100), Mini League:- The Raven 9 legs Mackadown Social 18 legs.
Week ten in the Shirley Red Lion Premier League and Mick Gorst and Mick Bown are both on 48 points at the top of the table with Bown having played two games more than Gorst.
There was just one result from the top two in the latest round of fixtures which saw Bown beat Paul Higgins 3-1 leaving Higgins in third place just one point behind the top two and with a game in hand on Bown.
Adam Stuart and Dave Hesketh are fourth and fifth respectively and are both on 45 points, Stuart having games in hand on both Bown and Higgins.
Full Results:Week 10:- Adam Stuart 3 Chris Thomas 0, Paul Higgins 3 Julian Harris 1, Chris John 1 Tony Daly 3, Steve Thomas 0 Steve Heeks 3, Dave Hesketh 3 Steve Sidwell 2, Ken Hopton 2 Andy Hoy 3, Adam Stuart 2 Stuart Dixon 3, Chris Thomas 3 Paul Higgins 1, Steve Heeks 3 Chris John 2, Adam Stuart 3 Dave Fisher 0, Stuart Dixon 1 Jack Sidwell 3, Andy Hoy 2 Chris Thomas 3, Paul Higgins 1 Mick Bown 3, Tony Daly 2 Adam Stuart 3.
Cotterills Lane Club knocked Grange Social Club down one place in the Camp Hill League table to fourth when they beat them 6-1 to take their own unbeaten run to seven games and at the same time extend their lead to four points as second in the table Holy Gulp lost 4-3 away to bottom of the table Station Flights who previously had lost all six of the their games.
Full Results:- Station Flights 4 Holy Gulp 3, Hay Mills Lions 5 Wagon and Horses 2, New Inn 3 Devil’s Club 4, Grange Social Club 1 Cotterills Lane Club 6.
Week two of the new season in the Small Heath League and only three of the eight teams remain undefeated. After handing out a 9-0 whitewash to their hosts Emerald Flights Gulp Tribe lead the field on average from both East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association and Mitre who in turn won 8-1 at Moseley All Service and 6-3 away to Cob’s Bar.
Full Results:- Moseley All Service 1 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 8, Emerald Club 5 Wagon and Horses 4, Cob’s Bar 3 Mitre 6, Emerald Flights 0 Holy Gulp 9.
The Royal, Albrighton staged the third of their increasingly popular knockouts and taking the top prize of £110 was Wolverhampton league player John Evans who beat Montgomery and Radnor county player Mark Jones 6-4in the final. Jones who won against Shropshire county player Matt Williams in the semi’s collected £50. Another Shropshire county man Clive Lucking lost to Evans in the semis.
The Cradley Tuesday Night League have begun a new 3 A-Side Round Robin in their league this season and have played off the first round, winning through were Members Club ‘A’, Crown (Station Road) ‘A’, Hawne Lane Tavern ‘B’, Bulls Head ‘B’, Crown ‘AA’ (Netherton), Gate Hangs Well ‘A’, Bulls Head ‘A’, White Swan ‘A’, Wheatsheaf ‘A’, White Horse, White Horse ‘B’, Members Club ‘B’, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ and White Horse ‘C’.
Full Results:3 A-Side Round Robin:Round One:- Netherton Sports ‘B’ 1 Members Club ‘A’ 5,  Crown (Station Road) ‘A’ 6 Rose and Crown ‘A’ 3,  Hawne Lane Tavern ‘B’ 6 White Swan ‘B’ 3, Bulls Head ‘B’ 5 Crown ‘Z’ (Netherton) 4, Crown ‘A A’ (Netherton) 5 (M.Tedstone 180) Roost ‘B B’ 0, Gate ‘A’ 7 Rose and Crown ‘B’ 2, Bulls Head ‘A’ 6 Chop House ‘A’ 3, Roost ‘A B’ 1 (S.Tipper 180) White Swan ‘A’ 5, Wheatsheaf ‘A’ 5 Crown ‘A B’ 1, White Horse 5 Netherton Sports ‘A’ 4, White Horse ‘B’ 6 (Carl Newton 2x180,138f,15 darts game) Chop House ‘B’ 3, Members Club ‘B’ 5 Wheatsheaf ‘B’ 4, Roost ‘A B’ 5 Crown (Station Road) ‘B’ 1, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 5 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 0, Gate Hangs Well ‘B’ 4 White Horse ‘C’ 5.
Two Gates Club recorded their first win in ten games in division one of the Pip Club League when they beat next to bottom Wigginton Arms 6-3, despite the win Two Gate remain at the foot of the table two points adrift of Wigginton. Prince of Wales hold on to the top spot with a 5-4 win over third placed Birchmoor Club.
In division two with second in the table Globe Trotters having a bye top side Winning Post opened up a two points lead over them when they won 12-8 away to Old Liberal.
Full Results:Division One:- Prince of Wales 5 Birchmoor Club 4, Two Gates Club 6 Wigginton Arms 3, Sports Bar ‘180’ 5 (Paul Corfield 180) Pip Club 4 (Mark Hollyoake 180), Division Two:- Old Liberal 6 (Alan Carter 180, Paul Weston 100f) Winning Post 12, Royal Oak 9 (Martin Coles 180) Progressive Club 9, Globe (Wilnecote) 14 Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth) 4 (Rob Watson 180).
The Bell were the only losers in the top five teams in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League, their 7-2 home defeat by The Bridge sees them drop from second to fifth in the table while their victors move up one place to third. Pensnett Liberal Club take over the number two spot, their 6-3 home win over Blue Brick giving them16 points from ten games and leaves them trailing leaders Dudley Sports ‘C’, who won 8-1 against Old Star, by four points. Dudley Sports ‘B’ were also 8-1 winners in their game at home against Griffin, Dudley Sports ‘A’ were unable to match their ‘B’ and ‘C’ teams as they lost 6-3 at Bulls Head (Netherton).
Full Results:Week 10:- The Bell 2 The Bridge 7, The Swan 3 High Acres 6, Bulls Head (Netherton) 6 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 3, Roebuck 6 Brickmakers Arms 3, New Talbot 5 Queens Head 4, Dudley Sports C’ 8 Old Star 1, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 8 Griffin 1, Pensnett Liberal Club 6 Blue Brick 3.
The Harborne and District League were involved in cup semi finals, the League Cup games saw 6-3 wins for both of the league’s top two teams, leaders Court Oak beating Hillyfields ‘B’ and second placed Hillyfields ‘A’ winning against Smethwick Labour Club.
 The Plate Cup games went to form as Avenue Flights beat Weoley Castle WMC 5-4 and Crazy Horse took out Sportsman with an emphatic 9-0 scoreline.
Full Results:League Cup:Semi Finals:- Hillyfields ‘A’ 6 (T.Hamilton 180, T.McGlone 180) Smethwick Labour 3 (D.Whitcombe 108f) , Court Oak 6 (James Hykin 3x180, A.Hykin 180) Hillyfields ‘B’ 3, Plate Cup:Semi Finals:- Avenue Flights 5 (N.Steventon 180, P.J.Hopkins 180) Weoley Castle WMC 4, Sportsman 0 Crazy Horses 9.
Just one leg of average is the difference between the top two teams in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League Brickamkers Arms with a 7-2 win at The Cross (Oldswinford) leading the way over Miners (Wollescote) who were 8-1 winners at Roebuck. Third placed Netherton Cricket Club lost ground as they went down 5-4 away to Pensnett Welfare Club and although that leaves them six points adrift of the two teams above them with two games in hand they could reduce that deficit to just two points.
Full Results:Week 20:- The Cross (Oldswinford) 2 Brickmakers Arms 7, Dudley Sports 5 Pensnett Liberal Club 4, Roebuck 1 Miners (Wollescote) 8, Pensnett Welfare Club 5 Bulls Head (Netherton) 4.
The Untouchables have extended their lead at the top of the Winmau Centre Monday Night League to 22 points after only two games into the new season, they followed up their opening 46-2 win against Double Trouble with a 45-3 success against Here For The Beer. Second placed 3 Yam Yams and A.Stokie were 29-19 winners against What’s The Point, Euan McGovern hitting no fewer than three maximums for Yam Yams plus there was one each for Owen Maiden and Mark Daniels who also recorded a 118 finish, Bob Lockley notched two and Simon Ward one for What’s The Point.
Full Results:Week 2:- Where’s My Team 15 Full Montie 33, Keep It In The Family 8 Is It In 40, 3 Yam Yams & A.Stokie 29 (Owen Maiden 180, Euan McGovern 3x180, Mark Daniel 180,118f) What’s The Point 19 (Simon Ward 180, Bob Lockley 2x180, Steve Gough 14 darts game), The Untouchables 45 (Andy Busby 13 darts game) Here For The Beer 3, Double Trouble 2 The Outcasts 46.
The Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League is fast drawing to an end and the battle for the title is being fought out between Mick Baker and Kevin Harris who have pulled away from the rest of the field. Both players played one game in week fifteen Baker beat Tam Singh 5-2 but it’s so close at the top that the win was not enough to keep him in pole position as Harris won 7-0 against Phil Summers which saw him replace Baker at the top of the table with 119 points two more than Baker but Baker does have a game in hand.
Harris now has two to play and Baker three all of which could be title deciders for both players.
Full Results:Week 15:- Mick Baker 5 Tam Singh 2, Phil Summers 0 Chris Fox 7, Ken West 4 Robert Pierce 3, Liam Baker 5 Mick O’Neill 2, Rob Harris 1 Robert Pierce 6, Phil Summers 1 Steve O’Neill 6, Kevin Harris 7 Phil Summers 0, Mark Bayliss 4 Robert Pierce 3, Steve O’Neill 5 Liam Baker 2, Liam Baker 1 Robert Pierce 6, Rob Harris 7 Tam Singh 0.
A 6-3 win over Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) has seen Britannia replace their opponents in second place in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League table, Bird ‘A’ drop down to fourth, level on 36 points with Britannia and Brickmakers Arms but trailing on average, however they do have a game in hand on their rivals. Brickmakers did their average a power of good with a 9-0 win over The Fox (Lye). Ten Arches ‘A’ remain in pole position their 7-2 home win over New Inns giving them a four point’s buffer over the rest of the field.
Full Results:Week 21:- Stourbridge RBL 6 Ten Arches ‘B’ 3, Kingswinford Conservative Club 0 Shrubbery Cottage 9 (M.Ralph 160b), The Swan 4 Ashwood 5, Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) 3 Britannia 6, Crestwood 6 Church Tavern 3, Brickmakers Arms 9 The Fox (Lye) 0, Queens 4 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 5, Garibaldi 2 Bird (Wordsley) 7, High Acres 4 Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) 5, Ten Arches ‘A’ 7 New Inns 2, Plough 7 The Cat Inn (Wordsley) 2.
After six games in the Halesowen Monday Night Ladies League three teams are on 10 points at the top of the table, Spring Meadow and White Horse share the number one spot level on both points and average and third placed The Bell are just two legs of average short of the top two. In the latest round of fixture Spring Meadow won 4-3 at Round of Beef, White Horse and Bell were 5-2 winners against respective opponents Townsend ‘B’ and The Widders.
Full Results:Match 6:- White Horse 5 Townsend ‘B’ 2, Townsend ‘A’ 4 Hare and Hounds 3, The Bell 5 The Widders 2, Round of Beef 3 Spring Meadows 4, Captains Cup:- White Horse beat Townsend ‘B’, Townsend ‘A’ beat Hare and Hounds, The Bell beat The Widders, Round of Beef lost to Spring Meadow.
Island Inn and The Vine, after playing each other have swapped places in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League table, the former losing 5-2. The two teams are now on 12 points as are fourth placed Old Hop Pole, all three of them two points behind leaders Dewdrop who won 6-1 against Jolly Collier. Old Hop Pole were 5-2 winners at home against Sportsman.
Full Results:Match 8:- Hayes Social 3 Merry-Go-Round 4, Dewdrop 6 Jolly Collier 1, Ivy Bush 4 Albion 3, Old Hop Pole 5 Sportsman 2, Island Inn 2 The Vine 5, Horseley Tavern 1 New Talbot 6.
The local derby in the Rowley Monday Night League between second in the table Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ and second from bottom Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ ended in a 7-2 win for the ‘A’ team to keep them within two points of leaders Springfield Social Club who had a considerable 9-0 win over Haden Cross ‘A’.
Full Results:Week 10:- Ivy Bush ‘A’ 5 Britannia 4, Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 7 Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 2 (D.Cowley 8 darts game), Yeltz Bar 3 Ivy Bush ‘Z’ 6, Fairfield 3 Bell 6 (Trevor Brenn 160B, Roger Kinsella 160b), Whiteheath Tavern 5 Bacaba 4, Haden Cross ‘Z’ 6 Roost 3, Springfield Social Club 9 Haden Cross ‘A’ 0.
T & R Bar made it four wins in as many games in the Wednesbury and Darlaston Wednesday Night League when they won their home fixture against Staffordshire Knot 5-4. Horse and Jockey are second in the table their 6-3 win at Red Lion leaving them just two points behind the leaders. Biggest win of the week went to third placed St Mary’s ‘A’ who won 8-1 away to Civil Defence to keep them also just two points off the top.
Full Results:Week 5:- T & R Bar 5 Staffordshire Knot 4, Civil Defence 1 St Mary’s ‘A’ 8, Red Lion 3 Horse and Jockey 6.
The Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League have got their new season underway and in division one there were 5-2 wins for Ashmore Inn, Bradmore ‘B’, Riley’s ‘C’ and Roebuck, while in the second division two teams Bull and Dog and Partridge both won 6-1.
Full Results:Week 1:Division One:- Ashmore Inn 2 Wednesfield FC 5, Bradmore ‘A’ 2 Bradmore ‘B’ 5, Gilberts Bar 4 Victoria 3, Riley’s ‘C’ 5 Riley’s ‘D’ 2, Roebuck 5 Cabin 2, Division Two:- Bird in Hand 4 Three Crowns 3, Boat 3 Riley’s ‘A’ 4, Dog and Partridge 6 Pendulum 1, Pavilion 4 Woodfield Social Club 3, Red Lion 1 Bull 6, Ukrainian Club 2 Sunbeam 5, Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ 3 Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 4.
Claregate have taken over third place in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League from Whitmore Reans WMC after they won 5-2 at home to The Pheasant and Whitmore lost by the same margin at home to Cleveland Arms. Riley’s ‘A’ and Riley’s ‘B’ are the top two teams both on 12 points after in turn beating ECC 5-2 and Otter and Vixen 4-3, Claregate and Whitmore are both two points behind the leading pair but Cleveland Arms who have only played three games are the only undefeated team in the league.
Full Results:Week 8:- Brewood British Legion 5 Moreton 2, Bull 5 Jones Road 2, Claregate 5 Pheasant 2, Jack’s Bar 6 Dog and Partridge 2, Riley’s ‘B’ 4 Otter and Vixen 3, Whitmore Reans WMC 2 Cleveland Arms 5, ECC 2 Riley’s ‘A’ 5.

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