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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

Riley’s Sports Bar Solihull staged the latest of their Last Sunday in the Month Knockouts and adding yet another title to his ever increasing list was Neil Parsonage who went one step further than he did in last month’s competition where he lost in the final to Mike McFall.
Parsonage was in top form throughout hitting a maximum and beating Terry Webster 5-2 in the semi’s while from the other half of the draw Tom White accounted for Pete Shipley with a 5-0 scoreline. Both players hit a maximum in the final but it was Parsonage who got the 6-4 verdict and the winner’s top prize of £110 White collecting £70 as runner up.
Both Shipley and Webster each received £20 as losing semi finalists.
In the Plate competition last month’s winner Jake Webster made it to the final yet again but on this occasion he came up against an in form Luis Barberan who with a 180 and 120 checkout took the winners £25 with a 4-0 result, Webster receiving £15.

2016-06-26 - Riley^s Last Sunday in the Month Plate Runner Up Jake Webster and Organiser Sue Kingdon

2016-06-26 - Riley^s Last Sunday in the Month Plate Winner Luis Barberan and Organiser Sue Kingdon

Full Results:Semi Finals:Main Competition:Semi Finals:- Pete Shipley 0 Tom White 5, Terry Webster 2 Neil Parsonage (180) 5, Final:- Tom White (180) 4 Neil Parsonage (180) 6, Plate Competition:Semi Finals:- Jake Webster 3 Alan Caddick 1, Ryan Derbyshire 0 Luis Barberan 3, Final:- Jake Webster 0 Luis Barberan (180,120f) 4.

2016-06-26 - Riley^s Last Sunday in the Month Winner Neil Parsonage and Organiser Sue Kingdon

2016-06-26 - Riley^s Last Sunday in the Month Runner Up Tom White and Organiser Sue Kingdon

Week two in the Sheldon and District Summer League and in division one Iron Horse Flights galloped to the top of the table with an 8-0 win over bottom team East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association. Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows are on the same three points as Iron Horse after their 5-3 win at Castle Vale Residents. Third placed Marston Green Tavern had a bye this week they are the only team in the division with a 100% win record, they are one point behind the leading pair with a game in hand.
A 6-2 win at Holy Souls has kept The Harvester in pole position in division two with a maximum of four points while in the third division Crown Arrows lead the way with four points from their opening two games the latest of which was a 7-1 home win over Highwood Arrows.
Only average separates the top two teams in division four Meadway Sports and Social’s 7-1 win at Greville Arms just giving them the edge on average over Highwood Exiles who were 6-2 winners away to Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights.
Full Results:Week 2:Division One:- Pavillions 4 (A.Richards 135,2x100,140,177, N.Robinson 100,121, K.Richards 4x100,2x140, R.Evans 100, R.Richards 100, M.Turner 100) Mackadown Social 4 (M.Heaven 3x100,137,121,180, R.South 100, D.Young 2x100, B.Allen 2x140,100, A.Caddick 100, G.James 3x100,125, A.Sheen 3x100), Iron Horse Flights 8 (N.Parsonage 100,120,135,140, J.Prince 2x100,124f, N.Clarke 140,100, A.Mayell 140,100,137, M.Partridge 2x100, W.Mynard 140) East Birmingha Allotment Holders Association 0 (S.Burke 132, B.Skinner 100, D.Horley 100, I.McLean 100), Castle Vale Residents 3 (J.Frost 2x100, T.Pedley 140, J.Burdett 3x100,2x140,121, R.Franks 125, I.Lloyd 3x100, B.Cardby 100, S.Bird 3x100,140, R.Barritt 2x100) Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows 5 (L.Nixon 4x100,125,140, P.Nixon 140,3x100,180, D.Nixon 3x100,122, R.Nixon 2x100,2x140, M.Cooper 3x100, M.Barber 3x100), Division Two:- Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 4 (D.Humphries 100,119,140,180, D.Hewlett 3x100,132, P.Brown 3x100,122, G.Thomas 140,100, P.Seadon 3x100,121, B.Steptoe 2x100,123) The Pirates 4 (J.Buttle 100,125, A.Cooksey 2x100,2x140, K.Green 125,135,140, T.McDonough 127, R.Lawrence 115,3x100, P.Moran 140), Holy Souls 2 (D.Smith 100, T.Evans 100,140, D.Heighway 125,100, J.Lucas 125) The Harvester 6 (I.Evans 140, L.Hodges 3x100, S.Green 100, S.Hicks 125, J.Palmer 100, N.Warner 2x140), George V 5 (P.Horsley 126, C.Horsley 5x100, P.Franks 121, J.Savage 100, A.Savage 2x100) Iron Horse Arrows 3 (J.Evans 4x100, 132, P.Byrne 100,125, R.Earl 100, D.Mortiboys 4x100), Division Three:- Yardley Ex Colts 6 (B.Law 122, P.Hill 100, T.Roche 140,122, J.Darby 100f, R.Collins 100) Shirley RBL Misfits 2 (R.Randle 100, L.Clutterbuck 140, C.Blythe 140, J.Boyle 100), Highwood KB’s 5 (N.Wykes 2x125,122,104,100, N.Byrne 100,121,130,125, D.Buckler 100, T.Hobbis 3x100, A.Hunt 100) Maggies 3 (B.Swaine 118, B.Carter 132, D.Tudor 2x100,140, N.Hall 2x100, B.Swaine 2x100), Crown Arrows 7 (L.Vann 100, J.Gaskin 128,100, R.Vann 140, M.Gilbert 2x100,140, D.White 2x100,134, S.Moran 100, J.Morrisey 140,100,100f) Highwood Arrows 1 (P.Roscoe 140,2x100, D.Carey 134,125,121,140,113f, G.Thomas 100,128, P.Thorley 100, K.Hull 100), Division Four:- Small Heath Amateur Gardeners 4 (A.Sleath 2x100,125, C.Hughes 140,2x121, S.Miller 124, D.Burden 123, D.Hykin 2x100) Ridgemere Flights 4 (P.Fielding 100,121, C.Smith 100,140, D.Jones 2x140, D.Lees 3x100, J.Mackin 121), Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights 2 (M.Mulryan 132, T.Heath 112, K.Barber 100, R.Brogan 100) Highwood Exiles 6, Greville Arms 1 (M.Stansfield 140, A.Hawkins 100, C.Burns 100,125) Meadway Sports and Social 7 (M.Shellis 100, M.McArthur 140, J.Phipps 2x100,125, A.Byrad 100, B.Fenton 113,132).
Despite losing 2-1 to third placed Adam Plows Dave Howlett continues to lead the Premiership Division in the Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club Singles League as he quickly recovered to beat Paul Sunner 2-0 to give him 18 points one more than second placed Dave Humphries whose 2-0 win over Barry Steptoe leaves him two points off the top with a game in hand.
In the Championship Division Pete Jones has moved up one place to pole position after his 2-0 win against Jay Vaughan, also on the same 16 points as Jones are Martin Cox and Neal Rughani but they have both played one game more than Jones.
Alan Wale added two more 2-0 wins to his tally in Division One beating Dave Brown and John Young to put him on 16 points from 11 games, Steve McCarthy and Pete Ayling also have 16 points but in turn have played 12 and 13 games.
In the overall table Dave Howlett remains at the top with 18 points but is closely followed by no fewer than seven players all on 16 points.
Full Results:Premiership Division:- Paul Brown (150b) 0 Liam O’Donnell (116b) 2, Adam Plows (148b,100) 2 Dave Howlett 1, Dave Humphries 2 Barry Steptoe 0, Sean O’Donnell (121,100,105f) 2 Paul Seadon (100) 0, Liam O’Donnell (127f) 2 Adam Plows (100) 1, Sean O’Donnell 0 Paul Brown 2, Paul Sunner 0 Dave Howlett (138) 2, Barry Steptoe 0 Mark O’Donnell 2, Championship Division:- Mitch O’Donnell (100) 0 Martin Cox (2x100) 2, Alan Eden snr 0 Jay Vaughan 2, Ray Turner 1 Neal Rughani 2, Martin Cox 2 Alan Eden snr 0, Ray Turner 2 Mitch O’Donnell 0, Ken Salsbury 2 Neal Rughani 0, Pete Jones (100) 2 Jay Vaughan (100) 0, Division One:- Nicola Brown 0 John Young 2, Alan Wale 2 Dave Brown 0, Ian Genge 1 Brian Farmer (100) 2, Steve McCarthy 2 Nigel Ricketts 1, Marie Jenkins 1 Pete Ayling 2, John Young 0 Alan Wale 2, Steve McCarthy 2 Nicola Brown 0, Pete Ayling 2 dave Brown (100) 1, Brian Farmer 2 Marie Jenkins 0, Rearranged Fixtures:- Dave Brown 0 Marie Jenkins (119) 2, Nicola Brown 1 Pete Ayling (100) 2, Dave Brown 2 Nicola Brown 0.
With the Euro football still taking its toll in the South Birmingham League only a handful of teams have played the scheduled two games so far, in group one just one game was played which saw The C’s beat The Bell 6-2 to put the winners second in the table on the same two points as leaders Coleshill Social who have played just one game.
In group two Erdington Members Club lost their 100% win record when they were held to a 4-4 draw by The Raven, nevertheless Erdington remain in the top spot with three points one to the good on second placed Crown at Shard End who were 7-1 winners away to The Kingfisher.
Just one result from group three which saw Mackadown Social beat Banbury Arrows 7-1 to go to top and Banbury go bottom.
Full Results:Group One:- The C^s 6 (M.Phillips 100, K.Geary 2x100,120, S.Healy  3x100,125,140,118, G.Meredith 2x100) The Bell 2 (T.Anderton 2x100,120, N.Walker 100, B.Anderton 2x100, D.Hudson 100, K.Hull 100), Group Two:- Erdington Members Club 4 (W.Naylor 4x100,120,131,133,140, M.Birch 4x100,131 M.Anwar 2x100,125, B.Cadby 100, C.Winters 3x100, S.Bird 125) The Raven 4 (J.Evans 100,125,140, J.Dunn 2x100, D.Keatley 125,120,140, R.Earl 4x100,140,101f,12 darts game, A.Whitehouse 2x100, T.Whitehouse 100, J.Whitehouse 125), The Kingfisher 1 (R.Sharples 100, R.Mills 100) The Crown Shard End 7 (L.Barberan 100, S.Kingdon 100,122,114f,12 darts game, D.Clinton 4x100,140), Group Three:- Mackadown Social 7 (M.Heaven 100,2x140, M.Cooper 100, D.Young 4x100, G.James 105,2x180, N.Parsonage 5x100,140,135,112, A.Caddick 100) Banbury Arrows 1 (W.Cooper 100, D.Evans 100,180,3x140, T.Frost 2x100,135,140,118, K.O^Conner 100, M.Noonan 2x100,125, L.Reece 2x100,120,140, N.Newman 100).
Journeys End continue to dominate the Forest of Arden Summer League, in division one a 7-1 win over second placed Highwood KB has seen Journeys End go three points clear at the top of the table while in division two Journeys End Flights made it six wins in as many games when they beat second in the table Riley’s Resurrected 6-2 to open a four points gap over their opponents, however Riley’s have played one game fewer than Journeys.
Full Results:Division One:- Journeys End 7 (S.Kingdon 165,125, R.Earl 6x100,105,129, S.Whatmore 2x100, C.Millward 2x100,2x140, L.Barberan 5x100,3x140, J.Jennnings 100,2x123,125) Highwood KB 1 (D. Buckler 125,140, T.Constable 5x100, N.Wykes 3x100, T.Hobbis 3x100,125,140, M.Gorman 100), Crown Arrows 6 (F.Naylor 125,2x140,100, R.Vann 118, K.White 2x100,134,123,140, K.Depper 140,107, D.White 100,2x140,125) Chelmsley Town 2 (N.Lumley 2x121,2x100, A.Marsh 2x100,123). Division Two:- Highwood Arms 4 (T.Anderton 105, N.Walker 100, B.Anderton 2x100, P.Thorley 107,140, K.Hull 100) Highwood Exiles 4 (J.Phipps  2x100,115, R.Harrison 2x100,122,2x140, D.Carey 121, C.Harrison 115,100), Riley’s Resurrected 2 (D.Flynn 100, N.Warner 3x100,106,140,123f, J.Derbyshire 101, N.Harris 100, R.Franklin 100,2x140, R.Derbyshire 100,120) Journeys End Flights 6 (M.Tilley 3x100, J.Norris 100,140,122, S.Kennedy 121,125,140, A.Edwards 3x100,115,133,120, C.Roberts 2x100, S.Edwards 2x100,140,180).
For most of the players in the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League it was a catch week in which they caught up with some of their outstanding rearranged fixtures. Leader Kevin Harris had no game and holds on to pole position with 90 points from 17 games while second placed Louis Burley had a vital encounter with reigning champion Mick Baker which he won 5-2 to put him on 85 points from 15 games. After his defeat Baker then played three more games in which he beat Mick O’Neill and Craig Capewell 7-0 and Martin East 5-2 to give him a total of 80 points and like Burley from 15 games.
Although the league has not reached the halfway stage at present the title already looks as though it could well go to one of the current top three players.
Full Results:- Paul Walters 1 Chris Manoila 6, Jay Hough 7 Liam Baker 0, Mick Baker 2 Louis Burley 5, Mick O’Neill 0 Mick Baker 7, Simon Meredith 3 Mick O’Neill 4, Martin East 2 Paul Boddison 5, Jay Hough 6 Baz Pearce 1, Craig Capewell 0 Mick Baker 7, Martin East 2 Mick Baker 5, Liam Baker 3 Paul Walters 4.
The Camp Hill League were involved with cup finals this week, first the Ladies Singles in which Gloria Lightwood (Devil’s Club) lifted the crown with a final success against Danielle Whitmore (Wagon and Horses). Another Devil’s Club player Alan Cheshire won the Secretaries Knockout beating league secretary Mark Standley in the final.
The Captains Knockout tile went to Holy Gulp representative Bill Carter whose final opposition came in the shape of Matt Cooper from Cotterills Lane Club.
Full Results:Ladies Singles Knockout:Final:- Gloria Lightwood (Devil’s Club) beat Danielle Whitmore (Wagon and Horses), Secretaries Knockout:Losing Quarter Fiinalists:- Derek Rivitt (Wagon and Horses), Mick O’Sullivan (Holy Gulp), Pete Yardley (Hay Mills Lions), Richard Cooper (Cotterills Lane Club), Losing Semi Finalists:- Craig Jones (Grange Social Club), Richard Carter (Station Flights), Runner Up:- Mark Standley (League Secretary), Winner :- Alan Cheshire (Devils Club), Captains Knockout:Losing Quarter Finalists:- Ada Radbourne (Station Flights), Bob Bailey (Wagon and Horses), Richard Cuff (Grange Social Club), Terry Burton (League Committee), Losing Semi Finalists:- Michael Looby (Devils Club), Ray Cridge (Hay Mills Lions), Runner Up:- Matt Cooper (Cotterills Lane Club), Winner :- Bill Carter (Holy Gulp).
Mitre third in the Small Heath League table lost ground this week as they were beaten 7-2 playing away to second placed Gulp Tribe leaving them two points behind their victors and eight behind leaders East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association who won their tie at Wagon and Horses by the same 7-2 margin to make it an unbeaten twelve consecutive wins.
There was a rare win for next to bottom of the table Moseley All Service as they won their home fixture with Cob’s Bar 5-4, this being Moseley’s second win in twelve games which puts them four points ahead of bottom team Emerald Flights and four behind Cob’s Bar who are just above them in the table.
Full Results:- Moseley All Service 5 Cob’s Bar 4, Gulp Tribe 7 Mitre 2, Wagon and Horses 2 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 7, Emerald Flights 1 Emerald Club 8.
The Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League had their League Cup on the fixture card and in the two fixtures played league leaders Dewdrop beat third placed Old Hop Pole 4-3 and Sportsman took out bottom of the table Horseley Tavern with a 5-2 result.
Full Results:League Cup: Dewdrop 4 Old Hop Pole 3, Horseley Tavern 2 Sportsman 5.
Court Oak took their undefeated run in division one of the Kings Norton League to seven games when they won 4-3 away to Toby Jug ‘A’ and at the same time extended their lead to six points over second placed West Heath who lost for the second week running following up their 6-1 defeat to Court Oak with a 4-3 loss at home to Stirchley United.
Grant Arms have moved up one place in division two taking over the number one position from Rubery RBL after beating them 5-2, this being Rubery’s first defeat in six games and although level on ten points with Grant they have played one game more.  
Full Results:Division One:- Reds 3 (S.Evetts 180, K.Bowbrick 100,140,125) E57 4 (J.Calt 105b, B.Morgan 100,110, B.Bonas 100), West Heath 3 (S.Deeley 120b,123, T.Shipley 120b, W.Webb 2x140, T.Atkins 135, K.Hall 100, T.Corbett 100) Stirchley United 4 (M.Welsh 100,125,120b, S.Riddick 140, P.Osborne 100, C.Ryan 120b, T.Bathurst 100), Toby Jug ‘A’ 3 (S.Hodges 120b, D.Kent 180,101b 10 darts game, M.Bennet 2x100, J.Grainger 140, S.Knowles 100b) Court Oak 4 (E.Simpson 119b,160b,109, D.Bourne 100, K.Bedder 100, V.Gould 105,140, J.Best 100,115b, S.Hykin 100, P.Blades 100, R.Mann 100), Division Two:- Kings Heath 4 (D.Parish 100, G.Stokes 107) Toby Jug Flights 3 (B.Roberts 100), Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club 7 (S.Corbett 100,105b, D.Whitecombe 100, Peter Corbett 100) Coldstream 0, Weoley Hill 3 (M.Lloyd 140, A.Meredith 134) Cotterisge Social 4 (C.Harman 100, A.Faulkner 130,110, L.Betteridge 100, B.Faulkner 120, P.Smith 100, J.O^Neill 180), Rubery RBL 2 (P.Medlicott 121,125, P.Packer 100,101b, J.Ford 120b, S.Jacques 100b) Grant Arms 5 (P.Clayton 106b, P.Smith 140, M.Davies 140, J.Davies 121,112b).
Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club suffered their first defeat of their new campaign in the Netherton Thursday Night League, a somewhat surprising result as they lost 5-2 away to fourth placed White Swan. The defeat has seen Ex Serviceman’s removed from the top spot and drop to third two points behind the top two teams Dudley Sports and Social and Bulls Head who in turn won 6-1 against The Crown and 5-2 at Fairfield.
At the other end of the table it was a good week for Delph Bell ‘A’ who for the first time in four games recorded a win a 4-3 result when they played away against bottom of the table The Widders.
Full Results:- White Swan 5 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 2, Fairfield 2 Bulls Head 5, The Bell ^B^ 3 White Horse 4, The Widders 3 The Bell ^A^ 4, Dudley Sports 6 The Crown 1.

2016-07-01 - West Midlands Men^s Super League Champions Crown ^A^

Old Oscott Arrows dropped one place and fell two points behind Boldmere St Mike’s and The Beehive in division one of the Sutton and District League when they lost 5-2 away to Plough and Arrows. Boldmer St Mike’s and The Beehive both won 7-2 against respective opponents Bishop Vesey and Red Lion, Boldmere staying just ahead of Beehive on average at the top of the division.
Second division leaders The Boot were another side to win 7-2 in their home tie with next to bottom of the table Rosey Macs and are just ahead on average of Golden Hind who were 6-3 winners at St Thomas’s Club.
Erdington Club in third place also won 7-2 in their game at Boldmere Tap and are just two points adrift of the top two teams.
Full Results:Division One:- The Beehive (R.Parry 180) 7 Red Lion 2, Boldmere St Michaels 7 Bishop Vesey 2, Golden Hind Arrows (J.Clarke 180) 6 Pint Pot Flights (B.Godfray 180) 3. Plough 5 Old Oscott Arrows (E.Atkins 180) 4, Division Two:- Boldmere Tap 2 Erdington  Club 7, The Boot 7 Rosey Macs 2, St Thomas’s Club 3 Golden Hind 6.
In the local derby between Dudley Sports ‘A’ and Dudley Sports ‘C’ in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League it was the ‘C’ team who got the convincing 8-1 result to keep them top of the table with 40 points eight more than second placed The Bridge who had a 7-2 home win over New Talbot. The Bell were the only losers in the top four teams losing their home tie with Bulls Head (Netherton) 6-3 and dropping one place to fifth while their victors remain third with 28 points.
Full Results:Week 21:- The Bell 3 Bulls Head (Netherton) 6, Griffin 5 Roebuck 4, The Bridge 7 new Talbot 2, High Acres 6 Pensnett Liberal Club 3, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 1 Dudley Sports ‘C’ 8, Brickmakers Arms 6 Old Star 3, Queens Head (Wordsley) 3 Blue Brick 6, The Swan 5 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 4.
The Brierley Hill Friday Night League played the second leg of the semi finals in their home and away League Cup and winning through were Pensnett Welfare Club who had an overall 10-8 win against Miners (Wollescote) and joining them in the final will be Netherton Cricket after their 11-4 win over Pensnett Liberal Club.
Full Results:League Cup:Semi Finals:Second Leg (first leg results in brackets):- Miners (Wollescote) 4 (4) Pensnett Welfare Club 5 (5), Netherton Cricket Club 3 (8) Pensnett Liberal Club 3 (1).
Week ten saw Ashwood ‘A’ consolidate their number one position in the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League by handing out a 7-0 defeat to their hosts Netherton Cricket Club and at the same time take their unbeaten run to ten games. Nearest rivals to Ashwood are Brickmakers Arms, their 5-2 home win over Hare and Hounds keeping them within two points of the leaders with a game in hand.
Full Results:Week 10:- The Fox (Lye) 4 High Acres 3, Portway 3 Crestwood 4, Ten Arches ‘A’ 5 Dudley Sports 2, Brickmakers Arms 5 Hare and Hounds 2, Miners Welfare 3 Britannia 4, Ashwood ‘B’ 4 Wombourne Cricket Club 3, Gornal Conservative Club (C.Sparrow 160b) 7 Hollybush 0, Netherton Cricket Club 0 Ashwood ‘A’ 7.
Congratulations to Crown ‘A’ who with three weeks to spare have won the West Midlands Men’s Super League title. Crown’s latest fixture was against their local rivals Crown ‘B’, their 5-0 win giving them a total of 155 points and confirming them as champions as second in the table Landywood ‘A’ who also won 5-0 against Cabin are some 25 points behind them.
Full Results:Match 27:- Orange Tree 1 Staffordshire Knot 4, Crown ‘B’ 0 Crown ‘A’ 5, Greets Green 5 Pensnett Welfare Club 0 (walkover), Bridgtown Social 3 Wednesfield FC , Rowley Bar and Grill 0 Allens Sports Bar 5, Landywood ‘A’ 5 Cabin 0.
Staffordshire Knot and T and R Bar are the top two teams in the Wednesbury and Darlaston Wednesday Night League and in the latest round of fixtures they had 6-3 wins in turn against St Mary’s ‘A’ and Red Lion, Staffordshire leading the way on 98 points with T and R in second place on 86 with a game in hand.
Civil Defence moved up one place from next to bottom after recording only their second win in sixteen games, they won 5-4 against bottom of the table St Mary’s ‘B’.
Full Results:- St Mary’s ^A^ 3 Staffordshire Knot 6, Civil Defence 5 St Mary’s ^B^ 4, Red Lion 3 T & R Bar 6, Horse and Jockey 7 Cottage Spring 2.
The Pip Club League played the semi finals of their Divisional Challenge Cups and in the division one games second from top Prince of Wales beat second from bottom Wigginton Arms and leaders Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) won against Sports Bar ‘180’.
The division two leaders Winning Post accounted for Globe (Wilnecote) while second in the table Globe Trotters lost to Progressive Club.
Full Results:Challenge Cup:Division One:Semi Finals:- Wigginton Arms lost to Prince of Wales, Sports Bar ‘180’ lost Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth), Division Two:Semi Finals:- Progressive Club beat Globe Trotters, Globe (Wilnecote) lost to Winning Post.
The Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League played their doubles knockout down to the last sixteen pairs and winning through were Jimmy Handley / mark Sullivan, Matt Campbell / Julia Ashley, John Evans / Paul Bromley, Dave Lucas / Liam Bolton, Reece Cook / Mark Lloyd, Cy Warrilow / Mark Lowbridge, Simon Pritchard / Kev Read, Dave Powell / Phil Jones, Len Slade / Simon New, Chris Banks / Claire Noakes, Matt Evans / Stuart Whitehouse, Mick Noakes / Christian Slater, Paul Farley / Gary Whyman, Steve Potts / Andy Harley, Kev Jones / John McHale, Karl Noakes / Andy Busby.
Cleveland Arms took over second place in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League from Riley’s ’A’ after beating them 5-2. Cleveland are now two points to the good on Riley’s ‘A’ and only two points and one leg of average behind leaders Whitmore Reans WMC who had a 7-0 home win over next to bottom of the table ECC ‘B’.
Full Results:Week 20:- Bull 5 Otter and Vixen 2, Claregate 2 Moreton 5, Cleveland Arms 5 Riley’s ‘A’ 2, ECC ‘A’ 6 Dog and Partridge 1, Jack’s Bar 4 Jones Road 3, Riley’s ‘B’ 5 Brewood British Legion 2, Whitmore Reans WMC 7 ECC ‘B’ 0.

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