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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

  Warwickshire County Darts Organisation move into the final third of their season in the premier division of the BDO Inter County Championships this coming weekend when they travel to Wales to take on Glamorgan in what should be a win for the away side as they are currently in fifth place with 114 points and their hosts are lying next to bottom with 94 points. Lining up for Warwickshire will be Men’s ‘A’:- Tom Aldridge, Jamie Hughes, Dean Stewart, Richard Foster, Bob Nixon, Rob Hawker, William Naylor, Mark Carter, Mark Westgarth, Nigel Heydon, Simon Power, Antony Allen, Men’s ‘B’:- James Hykin, Mangal Singh, Mark Strong, Anthony West, Charlie Symons, Tom Ryan, Luke Kennedy, Carl Green, Matthew Edgar, Peter Hughes, Graham Hall, Ian Shaw, Reserves:- Noel Grant, Ian McFarlane, Ted Evetts, Simon Fairbrother, Tom Martin, Andrew Foulkes, Tom McGlone, Women’s ‘A’:- Trina Gulliver, Natalie Gilbert, Donna Pinch, Kerry Bambridge, Caroline Pike, Sue Gulliver, Women’s ‘B’:- Angela Jones, Melanie Hill, Helen Rigg, Chloe McKivett, Nina Bolt, Marian Conway, Reserves:- Lisa Deslandes, Wendy Adams, Denise Keyte.
In division one of the BDO Inter County Championships second in the promotional table West Midlands will play hosts to Oxfordshire who are fourth in the table and with both teams vying for promotion it could well be a very close result, however West Midlands have an eleven points lead on their visitors and with home advantage that could prove to be the deciding factor and take the local county another step nearer promotion to the premier division. Selected to play for the West Midlands are Men’s ‘A’:- Gavin Baker, Michael Baker, Shaun Carroll, Scott Baker, Nick Fullwell, Sam Guest, Ian Jones, Ashe Khayatt, Glen McGrandle, Jonathon Platt, John Morris, Gary Watts, Men’s ‘B’:- Mark Craddock, Danny Coyle, Matthew Dicken, Louis Venes, Mark Hampton, Dean Mills, Neil Pointon, Danny Nicholls, Mark Rollason, Avtar Singh, Robert Smith, Paul Wells, Reserves:- Michael Hoult, John Mycock, Richard Platt, Paul Price, Dave Redding, Dave Robbins, Jack Routledge, Mark Watkiss, Mark Dyke, Women’s ‘A’:- Lisa Astbury, Gemma Barrett, Kath Jenkins, Debbie Loon, Sarah Roberts, Sophie Singh, Women’s ‘B’:- Shannon Hall, Claire Hobbs, Jacqueline Maiden, Samantha Maiden, Shellbie Simmons, Heather Wright, Reserves:- Elizabeth Arnold, Kim Fellows, Kirsty Shaughnessy, Wendy Waine.
Erdington Members Club, leaders of division one in the South Birmingham League played their tenth fixture of the season away to third in the table Crown at Shard End and returned with a 6-3 win to keep them four points ahead of second placed Mackadown Social who won 7-2 at home against Banbury Club. Mackadown may be four points adrift of the leaders but they do have two games in hand and a couple of wins in those games could see them take over pole position. At the other end of the table there was a first win in ten games for Crown Arrows who won 5-4 away to fourth placed Coleshill Social, despite the win Arrows remain two points behind the team above them Banbury Arrows. In the second division it was top versus bottom as leaders The Gate hosted Smithswood Social and the result was a somewhat surprising close 5-4 verdict in favour of Gate. Second in the table The Bell also won 5-4 in their home tie with third placed Toby Jug to keep them just one leg of average behind Gate, both teams are on 14 points. Full Results:Match 10:Division One:- Coleshill Social 4 (L.Thompson 165, C.Cooke 121,152b, S.Parsons 100) Crown Arrows 5 (J.Gaskin 100, R.Vann 121,110f, T.Blakemore 102, M.Brown 100), Crown at Shard End 3 (R.Lawrence 100b, S.Kingdon 100, S.Edwards 3x116b,130,100, S.Whatmore 100, T.Evans 100) Erdington Members Club 6 (C.Millward snr 100,120,128, R.Liggins 122b,101b, M.Mcfall 100. J.Liggins 100,121,124f, B.Cadby 100b,100, M.Birch 100), The Trident 5 (J.Lawton 135, C.Walton 100,101b, M.Naylor 100, S.Hipkiss 120) The Raven 4 (D.Mortiboys 107f,123, A.Mayell 140, D.Cherry 128, A.Whitehouse 123, P.Jam 121), Mackadown Social 7 (N.Parsonage 152b,140, D.Young 100,120, M.Cooper 140, A.Caddick 105b,100, M.Noonan 140,112) Banbury Arrows 2 (A.Luckma 3x100,121, W.Cooper 140, L.Reece 100), Division Two:- The Bell 5 (C.Horsley 100, T.Anderton 100, N.Walker 100) Toby Jug 4 (T.Adams 140, J.McSwiggan 100,140, A.McSwiggan 107), The Dog 8 (M.Blackborrow 100b, M.Clayton 100,130,121) The C's 1 (A.Wright 125, J.Meredith 100, K.Geary 100,100b, L.Walker 140,100), The Gate 5 (T.Barrs 4x100, P.Jones 128, K.Russell 100,N.Groves 120b) Smithswood Social 4 (N.Hughes 101, M.Bailey 113b,122, C.Graves 116), Banbury Flights 7 (M.Tilly 132, G.Davidson 120, J.Phipps 125 D.Raven 100) The Kingfisher 2 (R.Mills 100, D.Green 100,106b, S.Boden 140,125).
With only three league fixtures remaining in the Four Oaks and District League it’s now a two horse race for the first division title but it does look as though the winner could well be decided in the final game of the season which will bring together the top two teams Boat and Boldmere St Mikes. In the latest round of games The Boat and Boldmere St Mikes had home games and both of them recorded 7-2 wins in turn against Plough and Arrows and Golden Hind to maintain Boat’s two points lead over their rivals. In division two St Thomas’s Social Club moved another step closer to the title with a 9-0 win over The Duke and with a two points lead and a game in hand on second placed Erdington Arrows must surely now be favourites to win the division, however the next match is crucial to both teams as they play against each other and the outcome of that could decide where the silverware will go. M.Bagnall (Pint Pot Flights) and K.Reynolds (The Boat) both notched their second 180 of the season and N.Gilbert (Pint Pot Flights) his first. Full Results:Week 15:Division One:- Bishop Vesey 4 (C.Sammons 128,100,125, M.Norton 2x100,121, M.Hall 140, D.Walton 100, S.Holmes 100b,122, M.Archer 137,140, N.Sammons 135) Old Oscott Arrows 5 (M.Page 111,2x100, M.Maher 131,140,100, M.Compton 105b,128,134,100,113f, A.Lea 108b,2x140, C.Andrews 125, B.Hoare 140), Old Oscott WMC 6 (A.Cole 125, M.Bowles 120b,100,121, N.Hawkley 100,135) Pint Pot Flights 3 (M.Mills 140,100, L.Lemathy 103b,100, M.Bagnall 100b,180,146b,100, B.Godfray 155f, N.Gilbert 180), The Boat 7 (M.Partridge 104b,100, W.Mynard 100,140, J.Prince 2x100, K.Reynolds 140,180,120f, N.Clarke 100b,125, K.Deeley 129,2x100,135,125, S.Harvey 108b) Plough and Arrows 2 (M.O’Driscoll 140, W.Chinn 144b.100,117f, G.Baxter 100), Boldmere St Mikes 7 (N.Smallwood 2x100,134, M.Ashton 120b,2x100,140, R.Hawker 120b,130b, B.Stephens 123,160f, M.Wild 100b,3x100,101b,177, S. Paling 121) Golden Hind 2 (G.Kimberley 121,100,140, J.Frost 120b,100, J.Morris 109b, D.Fowler 100,140, T.Keatley 132, D.Keatley 100, W.Naylor 123,105,121, D.Pickering 119), Division Two:- The Boot 4 (L.Perks 100, T.Tyrie 120b,140,125, J.Lynch 100, G.Gaughan 123,2x100,121, G.Lynch 125,156, P.Opieler 145) Erdington Arrows 5 (P.Ellery 4x100, M.Kenny 119,2x100, G.Oldfield 2x100), Erdington Club 4 (K.Shorthouse 154b,135, M.Westmorland 100,105, L.Shorthouse 112b,4x100,121, D.Hodge 100, R.Barritt 140) The Fox 5 (R.Stanton 120b,100,125, D.Perry 112b,121, M.Naylor 140,2x100, M.Willetts 123, M.Corfield 2x100, M.Horacek 140,2x125), Rosey Mac’s 2 (T.O’Rourke 125, James Clark 140) Boldmere Tap 7 (C.Hagans 100, P.Bromley 140,100,125, A.Gough 137,2x100, D.Quirk 140,108, S.Alexander 100), St Thomas’s Social Club 9 (J.Collins 2x100, A.Rose 100, T.Pedley 100, S.Bird 100, I.Lloyd 140,103) The Duke 0 (G.Hinett 114b,120b, D.Clarke 116,100, D.Panjanaden 100), Drakes Drum and Red Lion had a bye.
It was a good week for Journeys End teams in the Forest of Arden Winter League as both Journeys End and Journeys End Flights won 7-2. In division one Journeys End won their away game against bottom of the table Ivy Leaf and similarly in division two Journeys End Flights won away against bottom of the table Chelmsley Town, the wins for the two team’s guarantees each of them their respective league titles. Full Results:Match 8:Division One:- Ivy Leaf 2 (G.Clinton 180,100, R.Lawrence 2x100, P.Ashford 2x100,180, T.Clinton 122, D.Williams 3x100,105) Journeys End 7 (A.Howell 2x100, T.Constable 2x140,3x100, D.Evans 3x100,122, P.Kingdon 136, L.Barberan 5x100,134, S.Whatmore 2x100, J.Jennings 5x100,134), Kingshurst Knights 5 (D.Miller 140,100, D.White 3x100,140,139,109, K.White 4x100,2x125, R.Perkins 100,130, S.Moran 121) Greville Arrows 4 (M.Mitchell 180, D.Rycroft 6x100,101,131,110,140,180, K.Duggan 100, D.Duggan 4x100, C.Okey 2x100), Division Two:- Journeys End Flights 7 (M.Tilly 2x100,125,135, S.Edwards 6x100,125, S.Kennedy 2x100,121,140, J.Sidwell 4x100, A.Edwards 105, T.Steele 2x100, J.Phipps 2x100,140, J.Taylor 101) Chelmsley Town 2 (M.Hughes 100, P.Shipley 6x100,140,120,121, I.Robinson 2x100, B.City 3x100, S.Kacy 4x100,115, D.Cox 2x100,140), Highwood Exiles 3 (J.Phipps 160, R.Harrison snr 100, D.Carey 100, C.Harrison 100,122,121) Inn on the Green 6 (M.Green 139, P.Kelly 124,2x100, M.Gilmartin 100, S.Cater 100, A.Platt 116), Highwood Arms 6 (D.Hudson 100, N.Warner 4x100,121, C.Horsley 100,135, P.Thorley 100, B.Anderton 100) Crown Arrows 3 (J.Gaskin 2x100, L.Vann 135, M.Brown 140,121, T.Blakemore 134,108).
Week three in the Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club Singles League and leading the field with 14 points is Dave Humphries who in his latest game recorded a straight 3-0 win over Dave Brown. With twelve points Paul Brown and Pete Jones tie for second place Brown having 2-1 wins over Paul Sunner and Ray Turner while Jones was the 3-0 winner against Martin Cox. Full Results:Week 3:- Alan Wale 3 Ian Genge 0, Brian Farmer 1 John Young (103b) 2, Dave Brown 1 Dave Howlett (100) 2, Marie Jenkins 0 Ray Turner (2x100) 3, Martin Cox 1 Steve McCarthy 2, Paul Brown 2 Paul Sunner (2x100) 1, Alan Wale (130b) 2 John Young (103b) 1, Brian Farmer 0 Dave Howlett (100) 3, Dave Brown 0 Dave Humphries (116b,124) 3, Marie Jenkins (119,120) 0 Steve McCarthy 3, Martin Cox (100) 0 Pete Jones (2x100) 3, Paul Brown (2x100) 2 Ray Turner (103b) 1.
It was cup week in the Kings Norton League and in the League Cup league leaders Hillyfields ‘B’ handed out a 7-0 whitewash to mid table Grant Arms, in the other games E57 beat Coldstream 6-1 and The Coppice won 5-2 against Cotteridge Social. In the Consolation Cup Hillyfields ‘A’, who are third in the league table were beaten 4-3 by Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club who are currently in tenth position. Joining Ex Serviceman’s in the next round will be Rubery Social and Toby Jug Flights who in turn won 5-2 against Stirchley United and Weoley Hill. Full Results:League Cup:- E57 6 (R.Morris 100,102f, B.Morgan 100,140, D.Logan 100,140,118, S.Nolan 2x100, N.Porter 100,120,2x140, M.Ellis 100, T.Roberts 2x100,180) Coldstream 1 (M.Deeley 100, M.Ferriday 100, P.Andrews 120,133, B.Andrews 2x100,125, N.Ferriday 100), The Coppice 5 (C.Heath 100, M.Mooney 121,2x140, D.Hill 4x100,3x140,16 darts game, A.Chidley 6x100,18 darts game, K.Manger 3x100,131, R.Mooney 100, A.Deeley 2x100) Cotteridge Social 2 (J.O'Neill 2x100, B.Faulkner 3x100,125,140, S.Hale 140, M.Ivory 2x140,100, C.Harman 100, A.Faulkner 125, P.Taylor 2x100), Hillyfields ‘B’ 7 (E.Simpson 118,121,3x100,2x140, V.Gould 3x100,140, J.Hykin 2x100,140, T.Hamilton 140,121, J.Best 2x135,125,100, R.Mann 100,104,140, P.Blades 2x100) Grant Arms 0 (S.Seery 2x140,123, V.Walton 180, N.Kelly 134,140, D.Campbell 100, G.Purnell 125, S.Campbell 2x100), Consolation Cup:- Stirchley United 2 (B.Thomas 100, T.Cullen 140,180, C.Price 100, T.Jeffs 123, C.Ryan 100, S.Riddick 100) Rubery Social 5 (I.Medlicott 3x100, M.Pierce 100,125, P.Medlicott 132, J.Grainger 2x140, R.Packer 140, J.Ford 127,125,140, B.Heath 3x100), Toby Jug Flights 5 (D.Kent 2x100, C.Gauntlett 2x100, R.Higgins 2x100,125,140, G.Smith 121, S.Knowles 125, M.Turner 106,125) Weoley Hill 2 (G.Morley 100, M.Lloyd 100,180, A.Rogers 140), Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club 4 (C.Davenport 2x100, S.Carr 109, K.Gater 100,121, M.Bloomer 2x140,2x100) Hillyfields ‘A’ 3 (A.Vaughan 100, K.Drain 100,180, Joe Fox 100, A.Harvey 100,140, M.Poolton 100, K.Vaughan 100, L.Fox 4x100,121).
Only two points separate the top two teams in the Warwickshire Men’s Super League but it is Coventry Old Ball ‘A’ who have the advantage over second placed Sutton Sports with both teams having played 17 games. Third placed Coventry Bishopsgate are some nine points off the top but have a game in hand on both of the teams above them. Fourth placed Birmingham Hillyfields have also only played sixteen games but they are sixteen points adrift of the leaders.
The Pip Club League played off the final of their Open Cup and taking the title with a final win over Birchmoor Club were Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth). In the semi finals Bulls Head took out Belgrave Club while Birchmoor were winners against Globe Trotters, Full Results:Open Cup:Semi Finals:- Birchmoor Club beat Globe Trotters, Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) beat Belgrave Club, Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) beat Birchmoor Club,
The Netherton Thursday Night League will be holding their AGM to form their new league at the Bulls Head, Netherton on Thursday 2nd March commencing at 8.30pm, anyone interested in entering a team for the forthcoming season should attend this meeting, all teams old and new are cordially invited to attend.
Cradley Liberal Club have lost pole position in the Rowley Monday Night League in a big way as they were handed a 9-0 whitewash by The Bell who have moved into second place behind leaders Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ who were 7-2 winners at Fairfield. Both of the top two teams are on a perfect twelve points from the opening six games and are the only teams still able to boast a 100% win record. Cradley Liberal were previously unbeaten, their defeat has seen them drop to third place in the table. With the majority of teams having played six games only two of the sixteen teams, Loyal Lodge and Three Diamonds ‘X’ are without a point. Full Results:Week 5:- Cottage 4 The Bell (S.Price 2x10 darts games, M.Perkins 10 darts game, Trevor Brennan 160b) 5, Three Diamonds ‘X’ 1 Cradley Heath Liberal (Joe Sharratt 180) 8, Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ 6 Haden Cross 3, Loyal Lodge 0 Fairfield 9, Tividale FC 4 Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ 5, The Roost 3 Ivy Bush 6, Whiteheath Tavern 6 Windmills End 3, Yeltz Bar 2 Three Diamonds 7, Week 6:- Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ (Jess Archer 158b) 9 Yeltz 0, Tividale FC 6 Three Diamonds ‘X’ 3, The Bell (Shane Price 180, Marc Perkins 180) 9 Cradley Liberal Club 0, Windmills End 1 Roost 8, Haden Cross 5 Whiteheath Tavern 4, Fairfield (Ian Stokes 160b) 2 Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ (Kalvin Cahmbers 2x180, Carl Penzer and N.Ashmore 15 darts game of doubles) 7, Three Diamonds 5 Loyal Lodge 4, Ivy Bush 5 Cottage 4.
The Brierley Hill Monday Night League are up to week three of their new season and setting the pace are Bulls Head (Netherton) whose latest 5-4 home win over Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club has seen them replace their opponents in pole position. Mount Pleasant’s similar 5-4 win at home to Blue Brick keeps them level on six points with Bulls Head but trailing slightly on average. Ex Serviceman’s drop to third place on four points as are Pensnett Liberal Club, The Swan, Dudley Sports ‘B’, Portway and Brewers Wharf. Full Results:Week 3:- Dudley Sports ‘A’ 1 Pensnett Liberal Club 8, Portway 5 Roebuck 4, Mount Pleasant 5 Blue Brick 4, Brickmakers Arms 2 Delph Bell 7, Bulls Head (Netherton) 5 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 4, New Talbot 4 Brewers Wharf 5, Lamp Tavern 8 Limes Club 1, The Swan 7 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 2.
The Brierley Hill Friday Night League have just six games remaining and what a battle there is going on for the title with three teams locked together on 34 points and only average separating them. All of the top four sides had big wins in week 20, leaders Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ and second placed Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ both handing out massive 7-0 defeats to their respective opponents Miners (Wollescote) and Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’. Third placed Brickmakers Arms were 6-1 winners at home to Fox Inn (Lye) and fourth in the table Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ won 6-1 at Ten Arches but they are six points adrift of the leading trio. Full Results:Week 20:- Dudley Sports 3 The Bell 4, Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ 7 Miners (Wollescote) 0, The Gate (Colley Gate) 4 The Bridge (Kingswinford) 3, Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 7 Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 0, Ten Arches 1 Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ 6, Samson and Lion 4 Britannia 3, Brickmakers Arms 6 Fox Inn (Lye) 1.
Woodside continued their good form in the Silver End Sunday Morning League with a 6-2 home win over Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club to take their unbeaten run to eight games and keep intact their four points lead over second in the table Dudley Sports ‘B’ who won 5-3 at The Bridge. It was a good week for bottom of the table Blue Brick as in their away game against High Acres they finished all square at 4-4 to register their first point in eight games. Full Results:Week 8:- High Acres 4 Blue Brick 4, Railway 6 Old Star 2, Bridge 3 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 7 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 1, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 4 Portway 4, Pensnett Welfare Club 3 Bell 5, Woodside 6 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 2.
In week 21 of the West Midlands Men’s Super League leaders And reigning champions Crown ‘A’ had a bye and second placed Landywood ‘A’ took full advantage to reduce the arrears by beating their local rivals Landywood ‘B’ 5-0 to put them on the same 115 points as Crown ‘A’ but with an inferior average and plus they have now played one game more than Crown ‘A’. Third placed Ten Arches had a close 3-2 win over Staffordshire Knot while fourth placed Pheasant had a convincing 5-0 win over Pensnett Welfare Club. In the top half encounter between Bridgetown Social and Chillington it was the latter who got the close 3-2 verdict. The bottom half of the table tussle with White Swan and Olde Queens Head resulted in a clear cut 4-1 win for White Swan. Full Results:Week 20:- Pheasant 2 Crown ‘A’ 3, Staffordshire Knot 3 Pensnett Welfare Club 2, Cabin 3 Ten Arches 2, Landywood ‘B’ 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 3, Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 2 Landywood ‘A’ 3, Chillington 5 Rowley Bar and Grill 0, Olde Queens Head 3 Bridgtown Social 2, Crown ‘B’ 3 White Swan 2, Week 21:- Ten Arches 3 Staffordshire Knot 2, Pensnett Welfare Club 0 Pheasant 5, Duke of York 3 Crown ‘B’ 2, White Swan 4 Olde Queens Head 1, Bridgtown Social 2 Chillington 3, Rowley Bar and Grill 1 Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 4, Landywood ‘A’ 5Landywood ‘B’ 0, Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 4 Cabin 1.
All of the top four teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League had big wins in their latest games, leaders Ten Arches ‘A’ made it seven wins in as many games when they won 8-1 at Cat Inn (Wordsley) while second placed and local rivals Ten Arches ‘B’ were also 8-1 winners in their home tie with Garibaldi. Third in the table Brickmakers Arms went one better than the two teams above them with a 9-0 success at home against Bird (Stourbridge) and fourth placed Gate ‘B’ won their home game with The Cross (Oldswinford) 7-2. Ten Arches ‘B’, Brickmakers Arms and Gate ‘B’ are all on 12 points, two fewer than Ten Arches ‘A’. Full Results:Week 7:- High Acres 4 The Bridge 5, Starving Rascal 7 Gigmill 2, Fox Inn (Lye) 4 Bird (Wordsley) 5, Gate ‘B’ 7 The Cross (Oldswinford) 2, Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 5 Stourbridge RBL 4, Ten Arches ‘B’ 8 Garibaldi 1, Church Tavern 7 Crestwood 2, Cat Inn (Wordsley) 1 Ten Arches ‘A’ 8, Kingswinford Conservative Club 6 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 3, Kingswinford Snooker Club 2 Gate ‘A’ 7, The Swan 3 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 6, Brickmakers Arms 9 Bird (Stourbridge) 0.
The Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League played off their singles knockout and taking the title with a final 3-0 win over Rob Harris was Gavin Moreton. In the last four games Moreton took out S.G.Skidmore and Harris defeated N.Donaldson. Full Results:Singles Knockout:Last Sixteen:- N.Donaldson – bye, J.Barrowman beat C.Williams, R.Harris beat B.Denholm, M.Westwood beat C.Whittaker, G.Moreton beat D.Clark, A.Smith beat W.Page, M.Porter beat C.Sparrow, S.G.Skidmore beat R.Rubery, Quarter Finals:- N.Donaldson beat J.Barrowman, R.Harris beat M.Westwood, G.Moreton beat A.Smith, S.G.Skidmore beat M.Porter, Semi Finals:- R.Harris beat N.Donaldson, G.Moreton beat S.G.Skidmore, Final:- Gavin Moreton 3 Rob Harris 0.
Both Dewdrop and Island Inn took their unbeaten runs to five games in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League when the former won 4-3 against The Vine and the latter beat Horsley Tavern by the same scoreline to keep the table as you were with Dewdrop leading the field with the slightly better average. After the top two teams comes a quartet of teams Old Hop Pole, New Talbot, Old Court House and Waggon and Horses all on six points four fewer than the top two. Full Results:Week 5:- New Talbot 6 Hayes Social 1, Old Court House 5 Waggon and Horses 2, Ivy Bush 3 Old Hop Pole 4, Wonder 3 Merry-Go-Round 4, Dewdrop 4 The Vine 3, Island Inn 4 Horseley Tavern 3.
English Oak with a 6-3 home win over Horse and Jockey have taken over the number one spot in the Wednesbury and Darlaston Wednesday Night League, however their lead is only one leg of average over second placed Churchills ‘A’ who lost the top position when they went down 7-2 at The Nutan who are fourth in the table with a game in hand on the three teams above them, a win in their outstanding fixture could see them go top of the table. Full Results:Week 4:- Churchills ‘A’ 8 Churchills ‘B’ 1, Black Horse 3 English Oak 6, Staffordshire Knot 5 Horse and Jockey 4, Week 5:- Red Lion 2 Staffordshire Knot 7, The Nutan 7 Churchills 'A' 2, Churchills 'B' 1 Black Horse 8, English Oak 6 Horse and Jockey 3.
The Nutan, in the Bilston and District League find themselves in their usual position at the top of table where they finished last season. In the 301 league they handed out a 7-0 defeat to next to bottom of the table White Hart and in the 501 league their visitors were again unable to record a single win as Nutan ran out 3-0 winners. In the 301 league Nutan hold a four point’s lead on second placed Lanesfield RBL but in the 501 league despite being in the top position they have played one game more than second placed Tilted Barrel who are on the same 36 points. Full Results:301 League:- Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 4 Triangle Snooker Club 3, Bilston Conservative Club ‘C’ 6 Travellers Rest 1, Lanesfield RBL 4 Darlaston Conservative Club 3, Red Lion 1 Bilston Conservative Club 6, Rocket Pool 3 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 4, The Nutan 7 White Hart 0, Orange Tree 1 44 Club 6, 501 League:- Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 2 Triangle Snooker Club 1, Bilston Conservative Club ‘C’ 3 Travellers Rest 0, Lanesfield RBL 2 Darlaston Conservative Club 1, Red Lion 0 Bilston Conservative Club 3, Rocket Pool 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 1, The Nutan 3 White Hart 0, Orange Tree 2 44 Club 1.
Week three in the Yeltz Bar Tuesday Night 501 Singles League saw a few close games with half of the fixtures finishing with a close 3-2 result. Richard Reed currently leads the table with 15 points after his latest 5-0 win over Richard Swinden to give him a two point’s advantage over second and third placed Tommy Johnson and Neil Steventon, Johnson beating Doug Richmond 3-2 and Steventon winning by the same margin against Trevor Collier. Richard Hill produced a 132 checkout in his 5-0 win over Richard Duncan and there were 180’s for Loz Slater and Trevor Collier Full Results:Week 3:- Tommy Johnson 3 Doug Richmond 2, Adam Hill 4 Alister Duncan 1, Steve Carey 2 Loz Slater 3, Richard Duncan 0 Richard Hill 5, Tony Duncan 4 Vince Bayliss 1, Richard Reed 5 Richard Swinden 0, Neil Steventon 3 Trevor Collier 2, Mark Adams 3 Richard Barrett 2.
After the first two fixtures in the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League the early leaders are, in division one of the singles league Jack’s Bar and in division two Woodfield Social. In the doubles league The Boat heads the division one table while in division two its Yale Club who lead the way, however its early days as yet and there will undoubtedly be many twists and turns before the season is over. Full Results:Week 2:Division One:Singles League:- Bull 4 Boat 3, Jack’s Bar 6 Pavilion 1, Riley’s ‘A’ 4 Riley’s ‘B’ 3, Riley’s ‘C’ 6 Penn Bowling 1, Sunbeam 4 Wednesfield Conservative Club 3, Doubles League:- Bull 1 Boat 2, Jack’s Bar 0 Pavilion 3, Riley’s ‘A’ 2 Riley’s ‘B’ 1, Riley’s ‘C’ 3 Penn Bowling 0, Sunbeam 2 Wednesfield Conservative Club 1, Division Two:Singles League:- Dog and Partridge 4 Riley’s ‘D’ 3, Pendulum 3 Roebuck 4, Red Lion 6 Bird in Hand 1, Royal 5 Ukrainian Club 2, Shed 5 Yale 2, Wednesfield Legion 1 Woodfield Social 6, Doubles League:- Dog and Partridge 1 Riley’s ‘D’ 2, Pendulum 1 Roebuck 2, Red Lion 2 Bird in Hand 1, Royal 3 Ukrainian Club 0, Shed 0 Yale 3, Wednesfield Legion 2 Woodfield Social 1.
The Tettenhall Wednesday Night League have got their new season underway and after the opening couple of games just three teams remain undefeated, ECC ‘A’ are top after their latest 7-0 win at The Bull with Cleveland Arms, who won their home game with Brewood British Legion 6-1 second. Making up the trio is Whitmore Reans WMC who had a much closer 4-3 verdict in their fixture at Riley’s. Full Results:Week 1:- Brewood Britiah Legion 3 Jones Road 4, ECC ‘A’ 7 ECC ‘B’ 0, Moreton 2 Cleveland Arms 5, Swan Compton 3 Bull 4, Village Inn 3 Riley’s 4, Whitmore Reans WMC 5 Dog and Partridge 2, Week 2:- Bull 0 ECC ‘A’ 7, Cleveland Arms 6 Brewood British Legion 1, Dog and Partridge 1 Swan Compton 6, ECC ‘B’ 4 Moreton 3, Jones Road 3 Village Inn 4, Riley’s 3 Whitmore Reans WMC 4.

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