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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

Crown at Olton completed their fixtures in the premier division of the Sheldon and District Winter League in the best possible way confirming them as champions with a 7-2 away win over their nearest rivals Crown at Shard End to finish four points ahead of Shard End who took the runners up spot.
In division one Solihull Moors lost their final game 5-4 away to third in the table Iron Horse who with 30 points are on the same number of points as second placed Highwood KB’s and with both teams having one rearranged fixture to play the outcome of those games will decide who will finish as runners up.
Crown Arrows ended their season in division two with a 7-2 win at Highwood Exiles having lost only one of their eighteen games giving them 34 point’s four ahead of second placed Highwood Arrows who still have one fixture to play.
The shadow league titles went to Mackadown Social (Premier division), Willclare Sports and Social (division one) and Small Heath Amateur Gardeners (division two).
Full Results:Week 22:Premier Division:- Saltley Amateur Gardeners 3 (P.Webster 110f, A.Caddick 2x100,130b, T.Webster 100, S.Winters 100, T.White 2x100,100b) Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows 6 (D.Tudor 100b,100, D.Nixon 100, P.Connolly 100,114, R.Nixon 100b,140, A.Nixon 137,100, M.Harris 140, M.Barber 138f), Crown at Shard End 2 (N.Parsonage 2x100, K.Deeley 100, P.Shipley 100, J.Prince 140) Crown at Olton 7 (T.Randell 139, J.Sidwell 140, J.Jennings 139,100b, P.Nunn 102,112b, M.Wall 101, P.Yardley 100,180, D.Duncan 160b, B.Nixon 140,100,100b, A.Hutchings 2x120b,105,131), Castle Vale Residents 4 (G.Taylor 105b,100,101, J.Burdett 2x100,135) Mackadown Social 5 (A.Sheen 132, J.Cabena 116, G.James 100, M.Heaven 100, B.Allen 120f, D.Young 2x100,124f), Sheldon Dukes 3 (L.Molyneux 112b, M.O’Donnell 100,160b,10 darts game, R.Hicks 101, A.Plows 100, M.Hicks 100) The Pirates 6 (K.Green 100b, W.Naylor 100, A.Cooksey 142b, G.Green 100, K.Shorthouse 2x100, J.Buttle 137, P.Moran 2x101b,100,114f), The Pavillions 6 (B.Evans 180, K.Richards 132, R.Evans 120b, M.Tolliss 100) East Birminghaam Allotment Holders Association 3 (N.Davis 2x100,133, B.Skinner 100,125), Division One:- Crown-Forget-Me-Not 6 (J.Lynch 100,100b, W.Griffiths 2x100, G.Lynch 2x100, C.Kettlewell jnr 100, D.Rawlings 100,180, S.Gardiner 116b, T.Colley 140) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 3 (P.Seadon 121,140, B.Steptoe 105b,131, K.Salisbury 100,P.Brown 100,140, D.Howlett 100, D.Humphries 116b,133,100), Willclare Sports and Social 7 (M.Holt 100, D.Reid 100,112, J.Thomas 131, R.Allen 100, J.Allen 100) Sheldon Social 2 (M.Tilley 100, C.Roberts 100, C.Cotter 120b,2x100), Holy Souls 4 (C.Stokes 100, R.McConnell 100, D.Heighway 2x100,100b) George V 5 (B.Anderton 140, S.Palmer 100, C.Grimes 2x100b, J.Savage 100, A.Savage 125), Iron Horse 5 (R.Earl 126, J.Green 2x100, J.Whitehouse 130, P.Byrne 100, T.Rainsford 100) Solihull Moors 4 (N.Warner 2x100), Division Two:- Shilrey RBL Misfits 9 (J.O’Sullivan 116, J.Boyle 120b, M.Hodgson 125) Freville Arms 0 (M.Stansfield 139,100b), Meadway Sports and Social 3 (R.Hounsell 100,106b) Highwood Arrows 6 (P.Roscoe 105b,100b, G.Clinton 100,140, J.Sharpe 100, D.Carey 2x100, J.King 100, T.Clinton 180,100,100b), Highwood Exiles 2 (J.Phipps 100b,100, R.Harrison snr 100, A.Thurman 100,C.Harrison 134f,134) Crown Arrows 7 (L.Vann 102b, D.White 140, P.Carter 100, S.Moran 100, J.Masefield 100,140), Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights 5 (M.Whitsey 108, D.Heath 100, R.Brogan 117, M.Mulryan 100b, L.Kavanagh 102b) Ridgemere Flights 4 (C.Matthews 121, A.Phipps 100).
It was cup final week in the South Birmingham League the Roy Parry Cup seeing the league’s top two teams square up to each other in what was a very close 5-4 result going to league runners up Erdington Members Club with the league champions Mackadown Social runners up.

South Birmingham League - Roy Parry Consolation Cup Winners - The C^s

The Roy Parry Consolation Cup title went to group two team The C’s who were 5-4 winners against their group one opponents The Family Tree.

South Birmingham League - Roy Parry Cup Winners - Erdington Members Club

Full Results:Roy Parry Cup:Final:- Erdington Members Club 5 (M.Gallett 2x100,105,140, J.Frost 100b, B.Cadby 100, C.Winters  100, C.Millward 100, M.Birch 100b 135) Mackadown Social 4 (N.Parsonage 2x100,140,10 darts game, A.Kavanagh 115b,104,100, D.Young 123, M.Heaven 123,101,121, M.Noonan 120b, G.James 100,116b, A.Savage 140,100), Roy Parry Consolation Cup:Final:- The Family Tree 4 (A.Cooksey 101,102b) The C^s 5 (D.Evans 105,180, C.Millward 140, S.Healy 100, J.Carter 100, L.Walker 100).
The Forest of Arden Summer League played off the first round of their Knockout Cup in which there were wins for Journeys End, Ivy Leaf, Greville Arrows and Highwood Exiles who in turn defeated Crown Arrow Flights, Chelmsley Town, Inn On The Green and Riley’s Resurrected.
Full Results:Knockout Cup:Round One:- Journeys End 6 (P.Shipley 2x100,134, S.Whatmore 3x100, L.Barberan 3x100,180,125, W.Naylor 4x100,2x140, J.Jennings 6x100,2x140) Crown Arrows Flights 1 (L.Vann 3x100,2x120, J.Gaskin 100,116,138, M.Bown 125, P.Carter 100, M.Gilbert 174,140,100), Ivy Leaf 4 (R.Lawrence 2x100, G.Clinton 125,2x140, R.Jelly 100,111,140, T.Clinton 100, P.Ashford 100, D.Williams 100) Chelmsley Town 3 (J.MacDonald 2x100,112f,135,140, M.Gauder 100,135, N.Lumley 3x100,115,125, I.Robinson 116), Greville Arrows 4 (L.Powell 140, M.Stansfield 135, C.Okey 2x100,2x140, K.Duggan 2x100, D.Duggan 4x100,2x140,102f) Inn On The Green 3 (B.Daky 100, M.Gilmartin 2x100,116,121), Highwood Exiles 5 (J.Phipps 100, R.Harrison 100, A.Kane 125, D.Cooper 121,100, D.Carey 100,125,122,140, P.Harvey 100) Riley’s Resurrected 2 (L.Perry 119,2x125,100, N.Warner 3x100, R.Franklin 100, J.Derbyshire 2x100, R.Derbyshire 125,100).
The Prestidge Shield was on the agenda for the Sutton and District League and winning through to round two were The Beehive, Boldmere St Michaels, Boldmere Tap, Bishop Vesey, Golden Hind Arrows, Pint Pot, Plough and Arrow and Red Lion.
Full Results:Prestidge Shield:Round One:- The Beehive 7 Old Oscott Arrows 2, Boldmere St Michaels 8 Golden Hind (Todd Morris 180) 1, Boldmere Tap 5 The Boot 4, Erdington Club 4 Bishop Vesey 5, Golden Hind Arrows 7 The Oak Boys 2, Pint Pot 5 Rosey Macs 4, Plough and Arrow 7 The Park 2, Red Lion 5 St Thomas’s Club 4.
Week three in the new Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club Singles League and leading the premiership division is Dave Howlett who this week added 2-0 wins over both Paul Brown and Liam O’Donnell to his tally to give him a total of 10 points from his first six games. Sean O’Donnell in second place is the only player in the division to have won all of his games he took his number of wins to five with a 2-1 win over Liam O’Donnell to give him the same ten points as Howlett but from five games.
Leader of the championship division is Ken Salsbury who holds on to the number one spot despite losing both of his games, 2-0 against Matt Murrin and 2-1 against Pete Jones, Jones joins Salsbury on eight points even though he has played one game fewer.
Steve McCarthy is the only other player in the league not to have lost so far and leads division one with a perfect 12 points his latest wins being 2-1 against John Young and Marie Jenkins to open up a four points lead to second placed Alan Wale.
Full Results:Week 3:Premiership Division:- Adam Plows (120) 2 Paul Seadon (121) 0, Mark O’Donnell (120b) 1 Dave Humphries (116b,121,2x100,9 darts game) 2, Paul Brown (100) 0 Dave Howlett 2, Liam O’Donnell (100) 1 Sean O’Donnell (112b,108f) 2, Mark O’Donnell (100) 0 Paul Seadon (140) 2, Paul Brown (100) 2 Adam Plows 0, Dave Howlett (100) 2 Liam O’Donnell 0, Late Results:- Dave Howlett (180) 2 Adam Plows 0, Paul Brown (100) 0 Sean O’Donnell 2, Championship Division:- Matt Murrin 2 Ken Salsbury 0, Mitch O’Donnell (105) 0 Jay Vaughan (108b.123) 2, Martin Cox 2 Ray Turner (101b) 0, Neal Rughani 1 Matt Murrin 2, Mitch O’Donnell (100) 1 Alan Eden snr 2, Pete Jones (110b) 2 Ken Salsbury (140) 1, Jay Vaughan (108b) 0 Martin Cox 2, Late Results:- Ray Turner (100) 2 Matt Murrin 0, Division One:- Alan Wale (140) 1 Nigel Ricketts (100) 2, Marie Jenkins 1 Ian Genge 2, Nicola Brown 2 Dave Brown 1, Brian Farmer (100) 2 Pete Ayling 0, John Young 1 Steve Mccarthy 2, Nigel Ricketts (115f) 2 Marie Jenkins 0, Nicola Brown 0 Alan Wale 2, Pete Ayling 2 Ian Genge 1, John Young  (117) 2 Nigel Ricketts 0, Steve McCarthy 2 Marie Jenkins 1, Late Results:- Pete Ayling 2 Marie Jenkins 0.
A reminder that Riley’s Snooker Bar, Solihull will be staging the latest of their Last Sunday of the Month Open’s this coming Sunday and it will carry a guaranteed payout of £110 for the winner, £70 for the runner up and £20 for each of the losing semi finalists, all for just a £5 entry fee. Entries will be accepted up to 1.30pm on the day.
The Winmau Thursday Night Champions League has a new leader, taking over in pole position is Robert Pierce whose latest games saw him go down 4-3 to newcomer Paul Boddison but then go on to win 7-0 against Rhys Langford to give him 43 points from nine games. Les Marson is just two points behind Pierce following his 6-1 win over Liam Baker and 4-3 success against Chris Manoila, Marson has also played one game less than Pierce. Previous leader Kevin Harris is third he is three points off the top nut has two games in hand so has reigning champion Mick Baker in fourth place who is a further one point adrift.
Full Results:Week 2:- Rhys Langford 0 Mick baker 7, Mark Bayliss 1 Robert Pierce 6, Andy Whale 5 Martin East 2, Chris Fox 5 Davinder Singh 2, Rob Harris 3 Mick O’Neill 4, Louis Burley 4 Les Marson 3, Kevin Harris 6 Craig Capewell 1, Liam Baker 4 Chris Manoila 3, Mick Baker 6 Simon Meredith 1, Robert Pierce 4 Simon Meredith 3, Rhys Langford 0 Les Marson 7, Mark Bayliss 4 Davinder Singh 3, Andy Whale 4 Mick O’Neill 3, Chris Fox 4 Martin East 3, Rob Harris 6 Craig Capewell 1, Louis Burley 5 Chris Manoila 2, Kevin harris 5 Simon Meredith 2, Liam Baker 1 Mick Baker 6, Week 3:- Mick Baker 7 Tam Singh 0, Mark Bayliss 6 Rhys Langford 1, Robert Pierce 3 Paul Boddison 4, Andy Whale 3 Paul Walters 4, Martin East 2 Jay Hough 5, Rob Harris 2 Simon Meredith 5, Louis Burley 5 Chris Manoila 2, Les Marson 6 Liam Baker 1, Kevin harris 6 Craig Capewell 1, Tam Singh 4 Craig Capewell 3, Liam Baker 0 Kevin Harris 7, Chris Manoila 3 Les Marson 4, Baz Pearce 0 Louis Burley 7, Jay Hough 6 Chris Fox 1, Paul Walters 3 Martin East 4, Paul Boddison 7 Andy Whale 0, Rhys Langford 0 Robert Pierce 7, Mick Baker 5 Mark Bayliss 2.
The Winmau Centre Monday Night League has seen Is It In take over the number one spot after a massive 43-5 win against Where’s My Team. Is It In have 285 points and a lead of seven over 3 Yam Yams and A.Stokie who dropped their first points of the season as they were held to a 24-24 draw by The Outcasts who are in fourth place with 268 points one behind the team just above them The Untouchables who won their tie with Keep It In The Family 43-5.
Full Results:Week 8:- Is It In 43 (Jimmy Handley 146f,148f, James Owen 180) Where’s My Team 5 (Laura Croydon 113f), 3 Yam Yams and A.Stokie 24 (Owen Maiden 180, Euan McGovern 180) The Outcasts 24, Keep It In The Family 5 (Julie Aston 180) The Untouchables 43 (Andy Busby 180), Here For The Beer 35 Full Montie 13, Double Trouble 1 What’s The Point 47 (Bob Lockley 180,116f).
The Crown at Olton was the setting for a charity match between two select teams from South Birmingham League and Forest of Arden League who in turn took on the Gulp Charity Team.
Both results finished with a 6-4 scoreline South Birmingham winning and Forest of Arden losing, however the results were secondary as the evening was all about charity and raised a terrific amount in excess of £160 which was donated to the Harry Moseley Charity.
Full Results:South Birmingham Select v Gulp (South Birmingham names first):- Sue Kingdon 0 (2x100,140) Neil Parsonage 2 (4x100,140), Martin Partridge 2 (140) Matt Cooper 1 )140,2x100), Freddie Naylor 2 (180 100) Dave Highway 0 (125 100), Jason Evans 0 (125) Mick O^Sullivan 2 (100), Will Naylor 2 (4x100,180) Tom Humphries 0 (126), Robbie Earl 2 (3x100,140,180) John Phipps 1 (2x100,125,180), Jason Prince 2 (3x100) Steve Moon 1 (2x100,121,135), Kevin White 0 Shay Derby 2 (100), Dave Kingdon 0 (125) Chris Stokes 2 (100,2x140), Steve Whatmore 2 (2x100,123) Chris Walsh 0 (100), Forest of Arden Select v Gulp (Forest of Arden names first):- Simon Edwards 2 (100) Nick Walker 0, Laura Vann 2 (100,180) Richard Cooper 0 (125), Terry Constable 0 (140,130,100) Neil Parsonage 2 (125,3x140,101f), Jack Sidwell 0 (116) Steve Moon 2 (100,140), Terry Clinton 2 (135 2x100) Matt Cooper 1 (3x100), Maurice Bown 0 (2x100,140) Dave Highway 2 (140,100,123,180), Gordon Clinton 0 (100) Chris Walsh 2 (2x100,140), Phil Thorley 1 (3x100,2x140) Mick O^Sullivan 2 (125,100), Kevin Hull 0 (100) Shay Derby 2 (2x100,140), Dan White 2 (2x100,180) Mandy Burke 0.
With just three fixtures remaining the big question is, is any team going to beat The Nutan. Having played and won all 33 games the latest being a 6-1 win against Malones, The Nutan have already won the league title as they are ten points to the good on second placed Tilted Barrel who won 5-2 against Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ who dropped one place to fifth as a result of their defeat. Taking over in fourth place is Bilston Conservative Club who had 4-3 away win against White Hart ‘B’.
Full Results:- Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 3 Great Western 4, Bilston Conservative Club ‘C’ 6 Golden Cue 1, Red Lion 0 Lanesfield RBL 7, Rocket Pool 5 White Hart ‘A’ 2, The Nutan 6 Malones 1, Tilted Barrel 5 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 2, Tipton Conservative Club 1 44 Club 6, Triangle Snooker Club 4 Orange Tree 3, White Hart ‘B’ 3 Darlaston Conservative Club 4.
After last week’s surprise defeat by the Bulls Head, Dudley Sports ‘C’ have returned to winning ways in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League albeit a close 5-4 it was still a win over The Swan to keep them four points to the good at the top of the table over second place The Bridge who were convincing 8-1 winners at Queens Head. Third placed Bulls Head continued their winning ways beating Pensnett Liberal Club 5-4 to leave them six points off the top but there was a shock result for The Bell who dropped from fourth to fifth following their 5-4 reversal away to Old Star who are just two places off the foot of the table.
Full Results:Week 16:- Dudley Sports ‘B’ 3 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 6, Brickmakers Arms 3 High Acres 6, Queens Head 1 The Bridge 8, Blue Bbrick 7 Griffin 2, Old Star 5 The Bell 4, Dudley Sports ‘C’ 5 The Swan 4, Pensnett Liberal Club 4 Bulls Head (Netherton) 5, New Talbot 4 Roebuck 5.
Brickmakers Arms rounded off their campaign in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League by handing out a crushing 8-1 defeat to their visitors The Bell to win the title with 32 points four more than runners up Miners (Wollescote) who lost their final game against third placed Netherton Cricket Club 6-3.
Full Results:Week 28:- Miners (Wollescote) 3 Netherton Cricket Club 6, Pensnett Liberal Club 6 Bulls Head (Netherton) 3, Brickmakers Arms 8 The Bell 1, The Cross (Oldswinford) 4 Pensn:ett Welfare Club 5.
Highwood march on in the Shirley and District Monday Night League adding a further 6-3 win over Solihull Sports Club to their tally to make it sixteen wins from as many games and giving them a perfect 32 points, however despite the impressive figures second placed Shirley Red Lion are only two points behind Highwood their latest game seeing them hand out a 9-0 whitewash to their visitors Blue Bell. Reigning champions Crown Jewels had an 8-1 home win over Legion Royals to leave them a further two points adrift.
Full Results:Week 16:- Shirley Legionnaires 4 Cider House 5, Highwood Bears (C Thomas 180) 6 Shirley Spartac 3, Highwood (Darren Wright) 6 Solihull Sports Club 3, Shirley Red Lion 9 Blue Bell 0, Plume Misfits 8 Sharmans 1, Crown Jewells (John Sidwell) 8 Legion Royals 1.
Court Oak have gone through the Harborne and District League’s sixteen games season undefeated, their final game seeing them win 5-4 at Hillyfields ‘B’ to clinch the title with a four points buffer over runners up Hillyfields ‘A’ whose last game saw them finish in style with a 9-0 success over Avenue Social who took the wooden spoon.
The league will be holding their AGM on Sunday 5th June at the Hillyfields beginning at 11.00am to form their new season. All teams old and new are invited to attend this meeting, should anyone require any further information the man to contact is Craig Steventon on 07590-828932.
Full Results:Week 17:- Hillyfields ‘A’ 9 Avenue Social 0, Avenue Flights 3 Crazy Horses 6, Bartley Green FC (R.O’Neil 180) 4 Smethwick Labour (P.Brookes 180) 5, Hillyfields ‘B’ (J.Fox 180) 4 Court Oak 5.
With one game to go to reach the halfway mark in the Cradley Tuesday Night League White Horse lead the way with an unbeaten 28 points their latest success being a 5-4 win at Roost ‘A’. Second in the table Brickmakers Arms had a slightly better 6-3 win against Chop House to leave them four points behind the leaders and two ahead of third placed Crown (Station Road) whose result against bottom team Roost ‘B’ has not been submitted but they will remain in third place irrespective of the outcome.
Full Results:- Crown ‘A’ (Netherton) 3 Netherton Sports and Social 6, Wheatsheaf 6 Bulls Head 3, Brickmakers Arms 6 Chop House 3, Hawne Lane Tavern 3 Rose and Crown 6, Roost ‘A’ 4 White Horse 5, Members Club 7 Crown ‘Z’ (Netherton) 2.
Reigning champions Mick Gorst is now the sole player to have won all seven games in the Shirley Red Lion Premier League, Chris Devlin is also unbeaten but he has only played two games. Mick took his winning run to seven with 3-2 wins against Andy Hoy and Tony Daly. Prior to this week’s fixtures Chris Thomas was also undefeated but in his tie with fourth in the table Paul Higgins he went down 3-2 to leave him in second place four points adrift of Gorst with a game in hand.
Full Results:Week 3:- Paul Higgins 3 Chris Thomas 2, Brian Lawton 2 Pete Silver 3, Steve Thomas 0 Andy Hoy 3, Dave Fisher 0 Ken Hopton (180) 3, Tony Daly 3 Mark Gwalchmai 2, Steve Heeks 1 Anthony Daly 3, Steve Sidwell 3 Tom Bent (180) 2, Mikey Harris 3 Mark Cater 2, Stuart Dixon 0 Mark Gwalchmai 3, Andy Hoy (180) 2 Mick Gorst 3, Brian Lawton 3 Dave Fisher 0, Mark Cater 1 Ken Hopton 3, Mick Gorst (180) 3 Tony Daly 2, Pete Silver 2 Paul Higgins 3, Julian Harris 0 Mikey Harris 3, Steve Heeks 3 Steve Thomas 0, Steve Sidwell(180) 3 Brian Lawton 0, Chris Thomas 3 Anthony Daly 0, Andy Hoy 1, Tom Bent 3, Paul Higgins 3 Stuart Dixon 1, Mikey Harris 2 Pete Silver 3, Tony Daly 2 Anthony Daly 3, Mick Gorst 3 Julian Harris (180) 2.
Little change in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League table this week as there were wins for all of the top seven teams leaving leaders Ten Arches ‘A’ four points clear of Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge), Ashwood and Britannia, Bird ‘A’ having played one game fewer than Ashwood, Britannia and Ten Arches ‘A’.
At the other end of the table the two bottom teams squared up to each other, next to bottom Garibaldi recording only their third win in 25 games when they beat bottom team The Cat Inn 6-3.
Full Results:Week 25:- Shrubbery Cottage 4 Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) 5, Ashwood 8 Kingswinford Conservative Club 1, Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) 7 The Swan 2, Britannia 6 Crestwood 3, Church Tavern 3 Brickmakers Arms 6, Quarry Bank Conservative Club 6 The Fox (Lye) 3, Stourbridge RBL 6 Queens 3, Plough 0 Ten Arches ‘B’ 9, Bird (Wordsley) 7 New Inns 2, Ten Arches ‘A’ 6 High Acres 3, The Cat Inn (Wordlsey) 3 Garibaldi 6.
There were shock results for the top two teams in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League when leaders The Vine lost 4-3 away to next to bottom of the table Hayes Social and second placed Old Hop Pole lost by the same margin at Jolly Collier. The Vine remain in pole position but now have to share it with Dewdrop who have drawn level on points and average with them following their 6-1 win against New Talbot. In addition to the top two having 22 points the third and fourth placed Old Hop Pole and Island Inn are also on the same number of points.
Full Results:Week 14:- Jolly Collier 4 Old Hope Pole 3, Hayes Social 4 The Vine 3, Ivy Bush 7 Horseley.Tavern 0, Dewdrop 6 New Talbot 1, Merry-Go-Round 1 Island Inn 6, Albion 3 Sportsman 4.
The Pip Club League staged the finals of their Division One Singles Knockout and taking the title with a final win over Colin Wyatt (Bulls Head ‘A’, Polesworth) was Sam Whittaker representing the Prince of Wales.
Losing semi finalists were Adam Wood (Winning Post), Martin Edwards (Bulls Head ‘A’, Polesworth),
Full Results:Division One Singles Knockout:Losing Quarter Finalists:- Paul Webb (Pip Club), Phil Daulman (Bulls Head ‘A’, Polesworth), Wayne Hewins (Bulls Head ‘A’, Polesworth), Mick Chater (Prince of Wales), Losing Semi Finalists:- Adam Wood (Winning Post), Martin Edwards (Bulls Head ‘A’, Polesworth), Runner Up:- Colin Wyatt (Bulls Head ‘A’, Polesworth), Winner:- Sam Whittaker (Prince of Wales).
Cotterills Lane Club had their fixture with New Inns cancelled in the Camp Hill League but without throwing a single dart they consolidated their two points lead at the top of the table as second placed Holy Souls lost 4-3 at Wagon and Horses and third placed Hay Mills Lions lost by the same scoreline at Grange Social Club.
Full Results:Week 11:- Station Flights 2 Devil’s Club 5, Wagon and Horses 4 Holy Souls 3, Grange Social Club 4 Hay Mills Lions 3.
The two Ashwood teams still dominate the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League the ‘A’ side top with 14 points from an unbeaten seven games the latest being 6-1 at Dudley Sports and the ‘B’ team second their 7-0 win over Crestwood keeping them within two points of their local rivals. Brickmakers Arms won 4-3 at Miners Welfare to put both of them on the same 12 points as Ashwood ‘B’.
Full Results:Week 7:- Ten Arches ‘B’ 7 Crestwood 0, Britannia 5 Netherton Cricket Club 2, Hare and Hounds 3 High Acres 4, Hollybush 1 The Fox (Lye) 6, Wombourne Cricket Club 6 Portway 1, Ashwood ‘B’ (M.Harper 160f) 5 Ten Arches ‘A’ 2, Miners Welfare 3 Brickmakers Arms 4, Dudley Sports 1 Ashwood ‘A’ 6.
Four games played in the Small Heath League and all four were 7-2 results all going to the top half teams against the bottom half teams so the table remains exactly the same as it was before the fixtures were played.
Full Results:Week 8:- Moseley All Service 2 Gulp Tribe 7, Cob’s Bar 2 Wagon and Horses 7, Emerald Club 2 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 7, Emerald Flights 2 Mitre 7.
The final of the Tamworth League’s Paul Caswell Cup saw league leaders Prince of Wales ‘A’ lose 4-2 to second in the league table Fox and Dogs. Fox and Dogs beat Prince of Wales ‘B’ in the semis by the same 4-2 margin while Prince of Wales ‘A’ won 4-0 against Wigginton.
Full Results:Paul Caswell Cup:Semi Finals:- Wigginton ‘B’ 0 Prince of Wales ‘A’ 4, Fox and Dogs 4 Prince of Wales ‘B’ 2, Final:- Prince of Wales ‘A’ 2 Fox and Dogs 4.
On Tuesday 31st May Mile Oak Rovers, Tamworth are hosting their annual charity mixed doubles darts knockout with a £3 entry per pair and trophies for the winners. All monies raised will go to charity. At least one member of each pair must be registered with either the Tamworth Darts League (Tuesdays) or Tamworth and District Ladies Darts League (Mondays) registration is by 8:30 for an 8:45 start.
A 5-2 win at the Cabin made it eight straight wins for Riley’s ‘C’ in division one of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League and keeps them two points ahead of both Gilberts Bar and Ashmore Inn who have both played six games, Gilberts had a 5-2 win against Roebuck while Ashhmore were 4-3 winners against Wednesfield Conservative Club.
In division two leaders Dog and Partridge won 4-3 against Pavilion, Pavilion losing their second place and dropping to third with Riley’s ‘A’ taking over the number two spot after a 4-3 win over Lanesfield Legion.  
Full Results:Division One:- Ashmore Inn 4 Wednesfield Conservative Club 3, Cabin 2 Riley’s ‘C’ 5, Gilberts Bar 5 Roebuck 2, Riley’s ‘D’ 4 Penn Bowling 3, Division Two:- Bird in Hand 1 Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ 6, Bull 2 Boat 5, Dog and Partridge 4 Pavilion 3, Riley’s ‘A’ 4 Lanesfield Legion 3, Ukrainian Club 4 Red Lion 3, Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 4 Pendulum 3, Woodfield Social 5 Sunbeam 2.
Whitmore Reans WMC went from third to top of the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League after both of the former leading duo Riley’s ‘A’ and Riley’s ‘B’ both lost, the ‘A’ side lost 6-1 to Whitmore giving Whitmore 24 points and a lead of two over both Riley’s teams, the ‘B’ side were 4-3 losers at ECC’A’.
Full Results:Week 15:- Bull 7 ECC ‘B’ 0, Dog and Partridge 2 Claregate 5, ECC ‘A’ 4 Riley’s ‘B’ 3, Jack’s Bar 2 Cleveland Arms 5, Jones Road 4 Brewood British Legion 3, Otter and Vixen 1 Moreton 6, Riley’s ‘A’ 1 Whitmore Reans WMC 6.

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