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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

The Sheldon and District Winter League played off the finals of their singles and doubles knockouts, in the singles premier division leaders provided two of the four semi finalists Mark Wall just losing out by 2-1 to Tom White (Saltley Amateur Gardeners) but Pete Yardley making the final with a similar 2-1 win over Mackadown Social’s Martin Heaven.
The final turned out to be a clear 2-0 result going in favour of Saltley’s Tom White.

2016-05-12 - South Birmingham Knockout Cup winners Mackadown Social

Crown at Olton also supplied two of the last four pairings in the doubles knockout the difference being they were drawn against each other and it was Jason Jennings and Tony Randell who got the 2-1 result over their team mates Bob Nixon and John Sidwell. The other last four game saw Jason Prince and Neil Parsonage (Crown at Shard End) beat Glen James and Martin Heaven from Mackadown Social again 2-1, and that was the scoreline in the final as Jason Jennings and Tony Randell took the title with Prince and Parsonage runners up.
Full Results:Doubles Finals:Last Sixteen:- Tony Steel / Pete Yardley (Crown at Olton) 0 Steve Harding / George Drennan (The Lyndon) 2, Jason Prince / Neil Parsonage (Crown at Shard End)  - bye, Dan White / Kevin White (Crown Arrows) 2 John Whitehouse / Dave Mortiboys (Iron Horse) 0, Glen James / Martin Heaven (Mackadown Social) – bye, Tom White / Terry Webster (Saltley Amateur Gardeners) 1 Bob Nixon / John Sidwell (Crown at Olton) 2, Nathan Jackson / Darren Whitehouse (The Pavilions) 2 Matt Cooper / Chris King (Crown at Shard End ) 0, Jason Jennins / Tony Randell (Crown at Olton) 2 Dave Duncan / Andy Hutchings (Crown at Olton) 1, Dean Young / Ashley Kavanagh (Mackadown Social) 2 Martin Riley / Perry Pudge (Sheldon Dukes) 0, Quarter Finals:- Steve Harding / George Drennan 0 Jason Prince / Neil Parsonage 2, Dan White / Kevin White 1 Glen James / Martin Heaven 2, Bob Nixon / John Sidwell 2 Nathan Jackson / Daren Whitehouse 1, Jason Jennings / Tony Randell 2 Dean Young / Ashley Kavanagh 0, Semi Finals:- Jason Prince / Neil Parsonage 2 Glen James / Martin Heaven 1, Bob Nixon / John Sidwell 1 Jason Jennings / Tony Randell 2, Final:- Jason Prince / Neil Parsonage 1 Jason Jennings / Tony Randell 2, Singles Finals:Last Sixteen:- John Burdett (Castle Vale Residents) 2 Dave Duncan (Crown at Olton) 1, Richard Nixon (Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows) 1 Mark Wall (Crown at Olton) 2, Paul Sunner (Sheldon Dukes) 1 Andy Hutchings (Crown at Olton) 2, Dale Nixon (Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows) 0 Tom White (Saltley Amateur Gardeners) 2, Tony Randell (Crown at Olton) 0 Martin Heaven (Mackadown Social) 2, Dean Young (Mackadown Social) 2 Chris Stokes (Holy Souls) 1, Pete Shipley 1 Tony Whitehouse (Crown at Shard End) 2, Anthony Savage (George V) 0 Pete Yardley (Crown at Olton) 2, Quarter Finals:- John Burdett 1 Mark Wall 2, Andy Hutchings 0 Tom White 2, Martin Heaven 2 Dean Young 1, Tony Whitehouse 0 Pete Yardley 2, Semi Finals:- Mark Wall 1 Tom White 2, Martin Heaven 1 Pete Yardley 2, Final:- Tom White 2 Pete Yardley 0.
With the domestic league fixtures all completed the South Birmingham League were involved in the finals of their League Knockout Cup and Jimmy Walker Cup, in the former the top two teams in group one squared up to each other and once again as in the league Erdington Members Club finished as runners up as the divisional champions Mackadown Social got the 6-3 verdict.
The Jimmy Walker Cup final brought together Coleshill Social from group one and The C’s from group two with Coleshill running out the winners with a very close 5-4 result.

2016-05-12 - South Birmingham Jimmy Walker Cup winners Coleshill Social

Full Results:Knockout Cup:Final:- Erdington Members Club 3 (W.Naylor 180,100,134,  J.Frost 100b,125, C.Millwards snr 100b,139, C.Winters 140, M.Gallett 2x100, M.Birch 121,100) Mackadown Social 6 (N.Parsonage 140, D.Young 100, G.James 100,128b,114b, M.Noonan 100b,137,140, A.Savage 125, A.Kavanagh 140), Jimmy Walker Cup:Final:- The C^s 4 (D.Evans 100,140, K.Geary 100, S.Healy 100) Coleshill Social 5 (G.Jones 2x100, C.Cooke 2x100, P.Bryant 2x100).
The two Journeys teams in the Forest of Arden Summer League continued their winning starts to the season as Journeys End beat Chelmsley Town 8-1 in division one to stay one point ahead of second placed Crown Arrows who had a 5-3 home win against Greville Arrows and are also one point to the good on third in the table Highwood KB who beat Ivy Leaf 6-2.
In division two it’s Journeys End Flights who lead the way making it two wins in as many games with their 6-2 win away to Highwood Exiles putting them two points clear of their nearest rivals Riley’s Resurrection who after losing their opening game of the season got on to winning ways with a 5-3 win at Inn On The Green.
Full Results:Week 2:Division One:- Journeys End 8 (W.Naylor 100,2x123,3x140,116f,14 darts game, L.Barberan 2x100,140, S.Whatmore 140,125, P.Shipley 4x100,2x121,125, S.Witherford 100,140, J.Jennings 100,3x140,134,180, A.Howell 100,140) Chelmsley Town 0 (A.Marsh 105, I.Robinson 2x140,100, T.Knowles 2x100, N.Lumley 100,2x140), Highwood KB 6 (G.Thomas 5x100,120,140, N.Wykes 100,130,180,120,14 darts game, W.Cooper 5x100,121,140, N.Byrne 3x100, M.Gorman 2x100,120,116,117,140, T.Walton 140,100) Ivy Leaf 2 (R.Lawrence 4x100, P.Ashford 4x100,105,140, D.Williams 4x100,123, R.Jelly 123,140,100,T.Clinton 140,100, D.Field 2x100), Crown Arrows 5 (R.Vann 4x100, K.White 100, K.Depper 108, S.Moran 2x100, D.White 2x100,121,150f) Greville Arrows 3 (L.Powell 2x100,132, M.Stansfield 125, A.Hawkins 125,100, C.Burns 125, K.Duggan 2x100, D.Duggan 5x100,125,140), Division Two:- Highwood Arms 5 (N.Walker 2x100,134,  C.Horsley 125,4x100, B.Anderton 5x100,180, P.Thorley 100) Crown Arrows Flights 3 (L.Vann 100, J.Gaskin 114,107f, M.Bown 100,140, M.Gilbert 2x100,137,125), Inn On The Green 3 (M.Green 100, M.Gilmartin 100, G.Haveron 2x100, S.Carter 100) Riley’s Resurrected 5 (L.Perry 100,135,119, C.Vann 114, N.Harris 120,100, J.Derbyshire 3x100, R.Franklin 2x100,140, D.Duffy 140), Highwood Exiles 2 (J.Phipps 100, A.Payne 121, D.Cooper 2x100,121) Journeys End Flights 6 (M.Tilley 125,140,100, A.Edwards 100, D.Duncan 100, C.Roberts 100).
Cotterills Lane Club kept their 100% win record intact in the Camp Hill League with a close but nevertheless a 4-3 win over Wagon and Horses to maintain their four points lead over Holy Souls who were 5-2 winners against Devil’s Club.
At the other end of the table next to bottom Station Flights had a somewhat surprising 7-0 win over Grange Social Club to take them four points ahead of New Inns who are at the foot of the table and lost 5-2 at Hay Mills Lions.
Full Results:- Station Flights 7 Grange Social Club 0, Holy Gulp 5 Devil’s Club 2, Wagon and Horses 3 Cotterills Lane Club 4, Hay Mills Lions 5 New Inns 2.
The Winmau Darts Centre in the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Stadium attracted in excess of 120 would be hopefuls to go through to the men’s grand finals  of the BDO World Trophy to be staged at Lakeside on the weekend of the 28th – 30th May.
With four men going through to the grand finals the players were split up into four groups the group one final fought out between Ross Montgomery and Martin C.Atkins with Montgomery from Fife winning the tie 6-4.
Group two was an all Welsh affair the result once again being 6-4 with Gwent’s Nick Kenny getting the verdict against Mark Layton.
Group three was the closest result of the four groups as Essex man Barry Lynn edged his way through with a 6-5 result over Bradley Kirk.
Making up the trio of 6-4 wins was group four winner Ryan Joyce from Tyne and Wear who defeated Rhys Griffin from Wales.

2016-05-07 - BDO World Trophy - Ryan Joyce (Tyne & Wear), Barry Lynn (Essex), Ross Montgomery (Fife) and Nick Kenny (Gwent).

The ladies were playing for one of the two places in the grand finals and in their last four playoff Surrey’s Laura Turner beat Maggie Sutton 4-1 and joining Laura at Lakeside will be Rhian Griffiths from Wales after her 4-2 success against Claire Brookin.

2016-05-07 - BDO World Trophy -  Laura Turner (Surrey) and Rhian Griffiths (Pembrokeshire),
Although Mick Gorst had a 3-0 win over Steve Sidwell and a 3-2 win against Tom Bent he was ousted from the number one spot in the Shirley Red Lion Premier League by Chris Thomas whose 3-0 wins against Stuart Dixon and Steve Heeks gave him a total of the same twelve points as Gorst but unlike Gorst who has lost three legs Thomas has not dropped a leg so far.
Despite his loss to Gorst Steve Sidwell actually moved up one place to third as he followed up his defeat with a 3-1 win over Paul Higgins, he replaces Mick Bown in third place as after Bown won 3-1 against Tony Daly he lost 3-0 to Brian Lawton.
Dave Fisher had the biggest drop of the week going from fifth to twelfth after losing 3-0 and 3-2 in turn to Steve Heeks and Chris Devlin.
Full Results:Week 2:- Mick Gorst (16 darts game) 3 Steve Sidwell (111f) 0, Mark Cater 1 Mark Gwalchmai 3, Steve Heeks 3 Dave Fisher 0, S Dixon 0 Chris Thomas 3, Tony Daly 1 Mick Bown 3, Ken Hopton 1 Paul Higgins 3, Anthony Daly 3 Steve Thomas 0, Julian Harris (114f) 2 Tom Bent 3, Andy Hoy 1 Mark Gwalchmai 3, Brian Lawton 0 Chris Devlin (156f) 3, Anthony Daly 1 Mark Cater 3, Tony Daly 1 Paul Higgins (121f) 3, Steve Heeks 0 Chris Thomas 3, Julian Harris 2 Ken Hopton 3, Mick Bown 0 Brian Lawton 3, Tom Bent 2 Mick Gorst 3, Paul Higgins 1 Steve Sidwell 3, Steve Thomas 0 Tony Daly 3, Anthony Daly1 Andy Hoy 3, Chris Devlin 3 Dave Fisher 2, Andy Hoy 3 Stuart Dixon 0.
The Sutton and District League are three games into their new season and leading the field with a perfect six points is Erdington Club whose latest game saw them win 5-4 against The Oak Boys. After Erdington comes a quartet of teams all on four points St Thomas’s Club, The Boot, Boldmere Tap and Golden Hind.
Full Results:Week 3:- Golden Hind 4 The Boot 5, Erdington Arrows 5 The Oak Boys 4, Rosey Macs 0 St Thomas’s Club 9, The Park 3 Boldmere Tap 6.
Highwood continue to impress in the Shirley and District Monday Night League taking the unbeaten run to fifteen games with a 5-4 win at Cider House to keep them two points ahead of Shirley Red Lion who won their tie at Highwood Bears by the same 5-4 margin.
Reigning champions Crown Jewels are third a further two points adrift after handing out a 9-0 whitewash to their hosts Sharmans Cross.
Full Results:Week15:- Highwood Bears 4 Shirley Red Lion 5, Shirley Spartac 2 Shirley Legionnaires 7, Cider House 4 Highwood (J Buckingham 180) 5, Solihull Sports Club 7 Plume Misfits 2, Sharmans Cross 0 Crown Jewells 9, Legion Royals 8 Blue Bell 1.
Paul Sunner has taken over pole position in the Premiership division of the Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club Singles League. Sunner had a 2-1 win against Dave Howlett and a 2-0 success over former leader Paul Brown to give him six points after four games, Sean O’Donnell, the only player in the division without a defeat is also on six points but from three games, his latest win being 2-0 against Mark O’Donnell.
Ken Salsbury moves up to the top spot in the Championship division adding a 2-0 win over Neal Rughani and a 2-1 win against Alan Eden snr to his tally to give him eight points a two points lead over Pete Jones who he replaced at the top of the table after Jones lost 2-1 to Jay Vaughan, Jones then recovered to win by the same scoreline against Mitch O’Donnell.
Steve McCarthy leads the way in division one again with a perfect eight points from four games, Steve having 2-1 wins against both Nicola Brown and Marie Jenkins.
Full Results:Week 2:Premiership Division:- Adam Plows 2 Liam O’Donnell 1, Dave Howlett 1 (140) Paul Sunner 2 (140,111f), Mark O’Donnell 0 (112b,121,100) Barry Steptoe 2 (100), Paul Seadon 0 (125) Dave Humphries 2 (156b,100), Barry Steptoe 0 (134) Dave Howlett 2 (133), Dave Humphries 2 (116,11 darts game) Adam Plows 0, Paul Sunner 2 Paul Brown 0, Liam O’Donnell 2 (100,109f,9 darts game) Paul Seadon 1, Sean O’Donnell 2 (100) Mark O’Donnell 0, Barry Steptoe 0 (100) Adam Plows 2, Championship Division:- Alan Eden snr 2 Martin Cox 1, Jay Vaughan 2 Pete Jones 1 (2x100), Neal Rughani 0 (105,100) Ken Salsbury 2, Mitch O’Donnell 2 (105) Ray Turner 1 (120b,100), Ken Salsbury 2 (120,125) Alan Eden snr 1 (120b,140), Pete Jones 2 (2x100) Mitch O’Donnell 1, Martin Cox 1 Neal Rughani 120b), Division One:- Alan Wale 2 John Young 0, Dave Brown 2 Pete Ayling 0 (100), Marie Jenkins 1 Brian Farmer 2 (134), Nugel Ricketts 2 Ian Genge 0, Nicola Brown 1 (100) Steve Mccarthy 2 (100), Brian Farmer 2 Dave Brown 0, Ian Genge 0 Alan Wale 2, Pete Ayling 2 Nicola Brown 0, John Young 2 (117) Nigel Ricketts 0, Steve McCarthy 2 Marie Jenkins 1.
With a 29-19 win over The Untouchables The Outcasts have moved up into second place in the Winmau Centre Monday Night League with a total of 244 points replacing Is It In who had a closer 27-21 win over What’s The Point to leave them two points behind Outcasts.
3 Yam Yams and A.Stokie remain in pole position a convincing 33-15 win against Here For The Beer taking their points tally to 254 and their unbeaten run to seven games plus giving them a clear lead of ten points.
Full Results:Week 7:- Full Montie 31 (Dave Barr 180) Double Trouble 17 (Clifford Sandel 102f), Where’s My Team 13 Keep It In The Family 35 (Dave Lewis 180), Here For The Beer 15 3 Yam Yams and A.Stokie 33 (Owen Maiden 2x180), What’s The Point 21 (Bob Lockley 180) Is It In 27 (James Owen 180), The Untouchables 19 The Outcasts 29 (J.Evans 180, K.Bates 2x180).
There was no change in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League table, however there was a shock for leaders Dudley Sports ‘C’ who after winning their opening fourteen games lost their home tie with Bulls Head (Netherton) 5-4. Despite the loss Dudley Sports ‘C’ remain in pole position their lead now being reduced to four points as second placed The Bridge won 7-2 away to Brickmakers Arms.
Full Results: Week 15:- Dudley Sports ‘A’ 2 High Acres 7, New Talbot 3 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 6, Pensnett Liberal Club 6 Roebuck 3, Dudley Sports ‘C’ 4 Bulls Head (Netherton) 5, Old Star 6 The Swan 3, Blue Brick 5 The Bell 4, Queens Head 6 Griffin 3, Brickmakers Arms 2 The Bridge 7.
Miners (Wollescote) had a bye in week 27 of the Brierley Hill Friday Night League and as a result lose the number one position as Brickmakers Arms take over after their 6-3 win at Bulls Head (Netherton) giving them 30 points two more than Miners with just one game to play which will decide who wins the title.
Full Results:Week 27:- Pensnett Welfare Club 6 Dudley Sports 3, The Bell 7 The Cross (Oldswinford) 2, Bulls Head (Netherton) 3 Brickmakers Arms 6, Netherton Cricket Club 6 Pensnett Liberal Club 3.
With just one fixture remaining in the Harborne and District League Court Oak took their winning run to fifteen games with a 5-4 home win over Avenue Flights to confirm them as champions, Hillyfields ‘A’ will take the runners up spot as they are six points ahead of third placed Crazy Horses who will finish third.
Full Results:Week 15:- Crazy Horses (S.Evetts 180) 6 Weoley Castle WMC (D.Harland 180, A.Belsey 180) 3, Avenue Social 2 Bartley Green FC 7, Court Oak (J.Hykin 180) 5 Avenue Flights (Neil Steventon 180) 4, Smethwick Labour (D.Windsor 112f) 3 Hillyfields ‘B’ 6.
Brickmakers Arms were the only losers in the top five teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League losing their home game against second placed Britannia 5-4. Britannia remain four points behind leaders Ten Arches ‘A’ who won 6-3 against Bird (Wordsley). Also on the same 42 points as Britannia are Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) and Ashwood, Bird ‘A’ having played one game fewer than the other top four teams.
Full Results:Week 24:- High Acres 3 Shrubbery Cottage 6, Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) 2 Ashwood 7, Kingswinford Conservative Club 1 Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) 8, The Swan 4 Crestwood 5, Brickmakers Arms 4 Britannia 5, Church Tavern 5 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 4, The Fox (Lye) 3 Stourbridge RBL 6, Queens 4 Plough 5, Garibaldi 2 Ten Arches ‘B’ 7, Ten Arches ‘A’ 6 Bird (Wordsley) 3, The Cat (Wordsley) 3 New Inns 6.
The Cradley Tuesday Night League played the semi finals of their Harry Siviter and Wally Fellows Cups and in the former Rose and Crown and White Horse both won 5-1 against respective opponents Gate Hangs Well and Members Club, just one result from the Wally Fellows cup in which Netheron Sports and Social beat The Roost 5-4.
After the opening fifteen games of the Rowley Monday Night League the position at the top of the table is close as leaders The Bell added a 7-2 win at Ivy Bush ‘Z’ to their total to give them 28 points from 15 games while second and third placed Springfield Social Club and Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ have both played 14 and are just two points adrift, Springfield winning 5-4 against Ivy Bush ‘A’ while Ex Serviceman’s had a bye. After the leading three teams there is a gap of eight points to Ivy Bush ‘Z’, Fairfield and Haden Cross ‘Z’.
Full Results:Week 15:- Ivy Bush ‘Z’ 2 The Bell (P.Bishop 160b) 7, Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 3 Bacaba 6, Britannia 4 Haden Cross ‘A’ 5, Beech Tree 5 Whiteheath Tavern (Martin Crumpton 160b) 4, Roost 4 Fairfield 5, Haden Cross ‘Z’ (L.Vincent 180) 6 Yeltz 3, Springfield Social Club (Dave Redding 180, Ian Hartland 9 darts game) 5 Ivy Bush ‘A’ 4.
There was a shock for Dewdrop in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League when they lost 4-3 at Island Inn the result seeing them drop from the number one spot to third in the table and go two points behind both The Vine, who go top after their 6-1 win over Jolly Collier, and Old Hop Pole in second place who had a similar 6-1 win against Ivy Bush.
Full Results:- Horseley Tavern 0 Merry-Go-Round 7, Old Hop Pole 6 Ivy Bush 1, The Vine 6 Jolly Collier 1, Sportsman 5 Hayes Social 2, New Talbot 5 Albion 2, Island Inn 4 Dewdrop 3, Late Results:- Sportsman 1 Island Inn 6, Hayes Social 3 New Talbot 4.
Leaders of the Pensnett and Bromley Tuesday Night League Samson and Lion won a vital game against second in the table The Bridge 4-3 to open up a two point’s gap between the two teams. Third and fourth placed Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ and Dudley Sports Club are both eight points off the top, the Welfare Club ‘A’ winning 5-2 against Saracens Head while Dudley Sports went down 4-3 at Moor Centre Snooker Club.
Full Results:Week 15:- Pensnett Liberal Club 5 Sedgley Golf Club 2 Samson and Lion 4 The Bridge 3, Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ 5 Saracens Head 2, Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ 3 High Acres 4, Moor Centre Snooker Club 4 Dudley Sports Club 3.
It was top versus bottom in the Halesowen Monday Night Ladies League as leaders White Horse beat Hare and Hounds 6-1, however White Horse only have an average lead over The Bell who won 4-3 away to Townsend ‘B’. Spring Meadow in third place are on 12 points four short of the two teams above them but with a game in hand.
Full Results:- White Horse 6 Hare and Hounds 1. Round of Beef 5 Townsend ‘A’ 3, Townsend  ‘B’ 3 The Bell 5, Captains Cup:- White Horse beat Hare and Hounds, Round of Beef beat Townsend ‘A’, Townsend ‘B’ lost to The Bell.
With four fixtures still to play The Nutan are the newly crowned champions of the Bilston and District League following their 7-0 win at Lanesfield RBL as with a total of 62 points they are ten to the good on second and third placed Tilted Barrel and Lanesfield RBL.
Full Results:- 44 Club 2 Tilted Barrel 5, Bilston Conservative Club ‘A’ 5 Rocket Pool 2, Darlaston Conservative Club 1 Bilston Conservative Club 6, Golden Cue 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 5, Great Western 3 Red Lion 4, Lanesfield RBL 0 The Nutan 7, Orange Tree 6 Malones 1, Triangle Snooker Club 4 Tipton Conservative Club 3, White Hart ‘A’ 4 White Hart ‘B’ 3.
Prince of Wales in the Pip Club League kept their hopes of winning the division one title alive with a 6-3 away win over fourth placed Sports Bar ‘180’ but second in the table Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) won 9-0 at Two Gates Club and are now just two points behind the leaders with a slightly better average and a game in hand.
Division two brought together the top and bottom teams leaders Winning Post returning from Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth) with a massive 17-1 win which secures the title for them as Globe Trotters in second place finished all square at 9-9 with Progressive Club and trail Winning Post by five points with one to play.
Full Results: Division One:- Two GatesClub 0 Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth, Colin Wyatt 180) 9, Sports Bar ‘180’ (Steve Taft 180) 3 Prince of Wales (Mick Smith 180) 6, Wigginton Arms 2 Birchmoor Club 7, Pip Club 8 Belgrave Club 1, Division Two:- Royal Oak 9 Old Liberal 9, Progressive Club 9 Globe Trotters 9, Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth) 1 Winning Post (Adam Wood 113f) 17.
Crown ‘A’ suffered their first defeat in 22 games when they ended on the wrong side of a convincing 5-0 win by second placed Landywood ‘A’ in the West Midlands Men’s Super League the defeat reducing Crown’s lead to 22 points but Landywood could reduce that even further as they have two games in hand.
Full Results:Week 23:- Bridgtown Social 1 Staffordshire Knot 5, Rowley Bar and Grill 0 ECC 5, Landywood ‘A’ 5 Crown ‘A’ 0, Allens Sports Bar 4 Pensnett Welfare Club 1, Greets Green 3 Landywood ‘B’ 2, Wednesfield FC 4 Cabin 1.
Ashmore Inn moved up from fifth to joint second with Gilberts Bar in division one of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League following their 5-2 win at Bradmore ‘A’ leaving both themselves and Gilberts Bar six points behind leaders Riley’s ‘C’ with two games in hand, Riley’s ‘C’ winning by the same 5-2 at home to Roebuck.
Riley’s ‘A’ were the only losers in the top four teams in division two going down 5-2 at Bird in Hand. Top team Dog and Partridge were yet again 5-2 winners in their game at Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ while Pavilion in second place join the leaders on 12 points with their 6-1 home win over Ukrainian Club.
Full Results:Division One:- Bradmore ‘A’ 2 Ashmore Inn 5, Riley’s ‘C’ 5 Roebuck 2, Victoria 5 Cabin 2, Wednesfield Conservative Club 4 Gilberts Bar 3, Division Two:- Bird in Hand 5 Riley’s ‘A’ 2, Boat 6 Red Lion 1, Lanesfield RBL 5 Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 2, Pavilion 6 Ukrainian Club 1, Pendulum 3 Woodfield Social 4, Sunbeam 6 Bull 1, Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ 2 Dog and Partridge 5.
Riley’s are battling it out at the top of the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League the ‘B’ side losing the number one spot after their ‘A’ team beat them 5-2 to replace them in pole position both teams having 22 points the ‘A’ side have slightly the better average.
Full Results:Week 14:- Brewood British Legion 1 Otter and vixen 6, Claregate 6 Jones Road 1, Cleveland Arms 6 ECC ‘A’ 1, ECC ‘B’ 1 Jack’s Bar 6, Moreton 4 Bull 3, Riley’s ‘B’ 2 Riley’s ‘A’ 5, Whitmore Reasn WMC 6 Dog and Partridge 1.
With just four more games to play there is just two points separating the top two teams in the Tamworth League. A 6-1 home win over Globe Inn puts Prince of Wales ‘A’ on 149 points and Fox and Dogs who won 6-1 against Sports Bar ‘180’ are on 147. Third placed Prince of Wales ‘B’ are currently seventeen points adrift of their ‘A’ side but do have two games in hand.
Full Results:- Dolphin Inn 6 Progressive Club 1, Mile Oak Rovers 2 Three Tuns (Fazeley) 5, Fox and Dogs 6 Sports Bar ‘180’ 1, Prince of Wales ‘A’ 6 Globe Inn 1, Players League:- Tracey Parris (Dolphin Inn) beat Martyn Richards (Progressive Club), Debbie Tallis (Mile Oak Rovers) beat Martin Young (Three Tuns, Fazeley), Steve Taft (Sports Bar ‘180’) beat Martin Edwards (Fox and Dogs), Mick Chater (Prince of Wales ‘A’) beat Ian Grylls (Globe Inn).

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