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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

With the majority of teams in the South West Birmingham Clubs League having just one fixture remaining the division one title has already gone to Longbridge United who have a total of 16 points as opposed to second placed CEM West Heath who are on 12 points with just the one remaining fixture. Selly Oak Flights have taken the division three title again with only one game left they are four points to the good on both second and third placed Stirchley Nomads and Longbridge Ladies. The only issue to be decided is who takes the division two title, Bartley Green FC ‘B’ currently head the table with 14 points the same amount as second placed Yardley Wood who trail the leaders by just two legs of average. Third in the table Brunswick Moseley are not out of the frame as they have 12 points and are level on average with Bartley Green FC ‘B’ who they play in the final game of the season. Full Results:Match 9:Division One:- Bournbrook 0 (T.Jeffs 100, A.Cosier 101b, D.Collins 140, G,Davies 100, P.Nevin 146b,100) Longbridge United 7 (S.Jones 2x100, S.Rainey 100, C.Steadman 100b,105, S.Walsh 120b, A.Sutton 100, M.Brown 2x100, W.Marshall 112b,2x100), Solihull Municipal 3 (G.Cleverley 100, L.Symons 112b, D.Gorle 100b,114, C.Clarke 135, C.Geens 100b, R.Stait 117) Rubery RBL 4 (B.Faulkner 100, A.Faulkner 3x100, A.Vaughan 160b,120b, J.O’Neill 112b, K.Vaughan 100), Greenlands 0 (M.Ellis 115b, A.Deeley 125) West Heath 7 (D.Field 100b,2x100, C.Mickleright 120b,100, M.James 100, S.Deeley 101b,100, K.Hall 100), Division Two:- Yardley Wood 3 (R.Morris 180, J.Smart 100, M.Cleaver 140, D.Palmer 100) Moseley Brunswick 4 (R.Jackson 121, S.Corbett 100, R.Conion 100, P.Corbett 100), K.Gator 140), Bartley Green FC ‘B’ 6 (K.Bambrick 140, D.Jones 100, L.Fowler 112b,121,100, P.O’Neill 120b,100, P.Jevons 125) Stirchley Tascos 1 (T.Bathurst 111, R.Tudge 127,105, J.Harris 100, S.Riddick 120b, C.Ryan 115b), West Heath Warriors 6 (J.Hykin 2x100, M.Davis 100, M.Daly 100, C.Burke 140, D.Wallis 115) Longbridge Flights 1 (R.Wolton 100, S.Facey 100), Division Three:- Selly Oak Flights 4 (L.Stanwell 100, R>Donoghue 125, S.Cash 100) Stirchley Ladies 3 (C.McHugh 120, S.Turner 100), Stirchley Nomads 5 (S.Hodder 104b, L.Poole 105) Bartley Green FC ‘A’ 2 (S.Young 100), Longbridge Ladies had a bye.
The South Birmingham League played off both their ladies singles and doubles knockouts, in the former both the semi finals finished with straight 2-0 wins for Charlie Kingdon and Diane Hudson who in turn defeated Nicky Harris and Louise Beale. As in the semis the final also had a 2-0 result which went to Charlie Kingdon. [caption id="attachment_25228" align="aligncenter" width="640"]South Birmingham League, Ladies Singles Knockout Winner, Charlie Kingdon, Sue Kingdon 2017-08-18 - South Birmingham League Ladies Singles Knockout Winner Charlie Kingdon with Organiser Sue Kingdon[/caption] The doubles knockout was won by Chris Millward Snr. and Matt Gallett who accounted for Phil Jones and Nigel Groves with a straight 2-0 win in the final. Millward and Gallett beat Steve Whatmore and Aggie Hoey 2-0 in the semi finals while Jones and Groves were taken to a deciding leg by Glen James and Matt Cooper. [caption id="attachment_25229" align="aligncenter" width="640"]South Birmingham League Doubles Knockout, Chris Milward Snr, Matt Gallett, Sue Kingdon South Birmingham League Doubles Knockout Winners Chris Millward snr and Matt Gallett with Organiser Sue Kingdon[/caption] Full Results:Ladies Singles Knockout:Semi Finals:- Nicky Harris 0 Charlie Kingdon 2, Louise Beale 0 Diane Hudson 2, Final:- Charlie Kingdon 2 Diane Hudson 0, Doubles Knockout:Quarter Finals:- Sue Kingdon & Simon Edwards 1 Chris Millward snr & Matt Gallett 2, Steve Whatmore & Aggie Hoey 2 Luis Barberan & Jim Frost 1, Brian Anderton & Tom Anderton 1 Nigel Groves & Phil Jones 2, Mohamed Anwar & Mark Birch 1 Glen James & Matt Cooper 2, Semi Finals:- Chris Millward snr & Matt Gallett 2 Steve Whatmore & Aggie Hoey 0, Nigel Groves & Phil Jones 2 Glen James & Matt Cooper 1, Final:- Chris Millward snr & Matt Gallett 2 Phil Jones & Nigel Groves 0.
Lee Molyneux remains in pole position in the Sheldon Social Dukes In House League after a close 2-1 win over Gary Groves, giving him 24 points from 11 games. Sean O’Donnell had a clear cut 3-0 success against former league leader Paul Sunner to take him into second place in the table just three points behind Molyneux with two games in hand. Sunner’s defeat saw him slip from second to joint third with Paul Curry, both players on the same 21 points as O’Donnell but they have played 10 games as opposed to his 9. Curry was a 3-0 winner against Mark O’Donnell. Full Results:Week 10:- Simon Banks (120b,125,100) 3 Adam Plows 0, Paul Sunner (100) 0 Sean O’Donnell (100) 3, Chris Cotter 1 Dave Field 2, Steve Groves 1 Phil Ashford (100,120b) 2, Paul Curry 3 Mark O’Donnell 0, Adam Plows (100) 0 Mick Hicks (140) 3, Gary Groces (2x100) 1 Lee Molyneux (100) 2.
Journeys End Flights opened up a two points lead over their local rivals Journeys End at the top of the Forest of Arden Summer League when they beat Kingshurst Knights 6-3. Third placed Highwood KB were also 6-3 winners in their fixture with Highwood Arms to leave them four points off the top on 12 points. Crown Arrows, fourth in the table were the week’s biggest winners, a 7-2 success against Highwood Exiles putting them on 8 points from 7 games Full Results:Match 8:- Kingshurst Knights 3 (R.Derbyshire 140, C.Marshall 2x100,140, K.White 100,110f,123, D.White 2x100,130, K.Brush 140,100, C.Vann 121, S.Moran 3x100) Journeys End Flights 6 (J.Sidwell 3x100,116,106f,2x140,125, S.Edwards 3x100,140,125, S.Kennedy 2x100,128, R.Cridge 100,125, P.Yardley 3x100,128), Highwood KB 6 (W.Cooper 3x100, N.Wykes 140,117, T.Hobbis 2x100,121,125,111, A.Cooke 100,117,105, D.Memory 100, A.Gorman 3x100,2x140) Highwood Arms 3 (B.Anderton 4x100, K.Hull 123, B.Walker 121, P.Thorley 102), Highwood Exiles 2 (R.Harrison snr 100, A.Payne 3x100,120,140,101, D.Lowery 121, C.Harrison 134, P.Harvey 100) Crown Arrows 7 J.Gaskin 121, R.Jelley 2x100,137, T.Blakemore 100,2x133, D.Field 2x100, M.Bown 140).
Dudley Sports ‘B’ were the only losers in the top five teams in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League, a somewhat surprising 6-3 home defeat at the hands of a Roebuck side who are twelfth in the table. Leaders Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club stay ahead of Bulls Head (Netherton) on average after their 7-2 home win over Dudley Sports ‘A’ while Bulls Head won 6-3 at New Talbot. Third in the table Delph Bell also won 6-3 against the Swan while fourth placed Mount Pleasant’s 8-1 win away to bottom team Limes Club was the highest score of the week. Full Results:Week 22:- Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 2, Brewers Wharf 3 Portway 6, Limes Club 1 Mount Pleasant 8, Lamp Tavern 3 Brickmakers Arms 6, New Talbot 3 Bulls Head (Netherton) 6, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 3 Roebuck 6, Blue Brick 8 Pensnett Liberal Club 1, Delph Bell 6 The Swan 3.
With Mark Gwalchmai not playing in week five of the Shirley Red Lion Premier League Steve Sidwell was quick to replace him in pole position, however he was unable to take full advantage as he was held to 2-2 draws by both Mick Bown and Antony Daly to give him a total of 32 points just one more than Gwalchmai who now has a game in hand. There were first wins of the season for both Luke Coles and Nick Walker as Coles beat Walker 3-1 after Walker had won by the same margin against Steve Heeks. Full Results:Week 5:- Jack Nason 3 Mark Cater 1, Tom Bent 4 Karl Wilson 0, Ken Hopton 3 Mikey Harris 1, Jack Nason 3 Tim Lowe 1, Brian Lawton 2 George Drennan 2, Lee Holtham 0 Paul Higgins 4, Lee Harris 2 Dave Heighway 2, Mark Henderson 4 Chris Thomas snr 0, Steve Heeks 1 Nick Walker 3, Mick Bown 2 Steve Sidwell 2, Chris Thomas 2 Jordan Ottley 2, Luke Coles 2 Phil Thomas 2, Andy Thomas 2 Tony Daly 2, Antony Daly 3 Mikey Harris 1, Mikey Harris 3 Mark Cater 1, Mark Henderson 2 Ken Hopton 2, Jack Nason 0 Paul Higgins 4, Brian Lawton 2 Lee Holtham 2, Tony Daly 3 Tim Lowe 1, Chris Thomas 0 Paul Higgins 4, Nick Walker 1 Luke Coles 3, Tom Bent 4 Steve Heeks 0, Phil Thomas 3 Karl Wilson 1, Mick Bown 2 Chris Thomas 2, Dave Heighway 3 Jordan Ottley 1, Steve Sidwell 2 Antony Daly 2, Andy Thomas 2 Lee Harris 2, Tom Bent 2 Mick Bown 2, Brian Lawton 2 Mikey Harris 2, Karl Wilson 0 Tony Daly 4, Mikey Harris 3 George Drennan 1, Chris Thomas snr 3 Luke Coles 1.
A 6-3 win at Queens has seen Ten Arches ‘A’ open up a two points lead at the top of the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League after their ‘B’ side, who are second in the table lost 5-4 at home to fourth in the table Brickmakers Arms. Ten Arches ‘A’ are now on 40 points, their ‘B’ team have 38 and third in the table Gate ‘B’, who won 6-3 at home against Fox Inn (Lye) have 36, Brickmakers are a further four points adrift on 32. Full Results: Match 24:- Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 1 Gate ‘A’ 8, Gate ‘B’ 6 Fox Inn (Lye) 3, Ten Arches ‘B’ 4 Brickmakers Arms 5, Crestwood 2 Stourbridge RBL 7, Queens 3 Ten Arches ‘A’ 6, Quarry Bank Conservative Club 3 Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 6, Church Tavern 4 The Bridge (Kingswinford) 5, Old Cat (Wordsley) 2 Bird (Wordsley) 7, Kingswinford Snooker Club 2 Kingswinford Conservative Club 7, Bird (Stourbridge) 5 Starving Rascal 4, The Swan 8 Garibaldi 1.
The Winmau Darts Centre in the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Arena played off the fourth in their series of knockouts and taking the top prize with a final 6-1 win over the previous week’s champion Mark Craddock was Matt Padgett, who won the very first of the current series of knockouts. [caption id="attachment_25231" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Winmau Centre Knockout Runner Up, Chris Williams, Mark Craddock, Chris Fox Winmau Centre Knockout Chris Williams, Mark Craddock (Runner Up) and Chris Fox[/caption] [caption id="attachment_25230" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Winmau Centre Knockout, Chris Williams, Matt Padgett, Chris Fox Winmau Centre Knockout Chris Williams, Matt Padgett (Winner) and Chris Fox[/caption] In the semi finals Padgett won 5-3 against Mick Baker while Craddock was a 5-0 winner against Rob Morris. [caption id="attachment_25232" align="aligncenter" width="640"]Winmau Centre Knockout Chris Williams, Mick Baker, Chris Fox Winmau Centre Knockout Chris Williams, Mick Baker (Losing Semi Finalist) and Chris Fox[/caption] The fifth of the centre’s knockouts will take place tomorrow night (24th August) with registrations accepted until 7.45pm with an 8.00pm start.
A top of the table clash between Cotterils Lane Club and Hay Mills Social Club Lions in the Camp Hill League saw leaders Cotterills extend their advantage to six points and take their unbeaten run to eighteen games when they won 4-3 at Hay Mills. Hay Mills hold on to second place and still have an eight points lead on third in the table Holy Gulp who won 5-2 at Emerald Club and have played one game fewer than Hay Mills. Full Results:Match 18:- Hay Mills Social Club Lions 3 Cotterills Lane Club 4, Emerald Club 2 Holy Gulp 5, Tyseley WMC 3 Wagon and Horses 4, Station Wagon 4 Devil’s Club 3, Eagle and Ball 6 New Inn 1.
Erdington Club, winners of division two in the Sutton and District Summer League rounded off their season with a final 6-3 win at home against Drakes Drum to give them 22 points from a possible 24. Second place Red Lion will take the runners up spot despite losing their penultimate game against bottom of the table Pint Pot Flights 5-4 as they hold on to their six points lead over third placed Boot who also lost 5-4 at home to next to bottom of the table Erdington Arrows. Full Results:Division Two:- Boot 4 Erdington Arrows 5, Erdington Club 6 Drakes Drum 3, Pint Pot Flights 5 Red Lion 4.
Week two of the West Midlands Men’s Super League and Allen Sports Bar ‘A’ remain in pole position after handing out a 5-0 whitewash to their hosts Wilson Bar ‘B’ giving them a total of 14 points. Woodside Inn lose their number two spot and drop to fifth after going down 3-2 at home to reigning champions Landywood ‘A’ who move up into fourth place, four points short of the leaders. Pheasant take over in second place one point behind Allens ‘A’ after their 5-0 win away to Landywood ‘B’ Full Results:Week 2:- Allens Sports Bar ‘C’ 4 Staffordshire Knot 1 (L.Marson 4 M.Dyke 1, M.Baker 4 C.Wood 1, W.Willis 4 C.Glover 3, D.Stewart 4 I.Herberts 3, J.Mycock 0 J.Singh 4), Gilberts Bar 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 3 (C.Hill 4 J.Miles 2, G.Rollinson 2 C.Hickman 4, M.Green 4 S.James 2, J.Evans 2 M.Coleman 4, A.Quinton 0 M.Hampton 4), Allens Sports Bar ‘D’ 3 Wilson Hall ‘A’ 2, (C.Williams 4 P.Wells 3, D.Oakes 4 I.Townsend 1, T.Edwards 1 J.Lowe 4, P.Harrison 4 S.Roberts 2, S.Tyler 1 L.Slater 4), Woodside Inn 2 Landywood ‘A’ 3 (R.Colley 2 G.Watts 4, J.Rollinson 3 D.Chattoe 4, M.Moore 4 O.Maiden 3, M.Rollinson 0 J.Hughes 4, L.Kelly 4 G.McGrandle 3), Olde Queens Head 4 Three Diamonds 1 (M.Tedstone 4 J.Jefferson 1, T.Collier 4 S.Bastable 2, L.Jones 4 A.Croft 0, M.Greenwood 1 T.Brennan 4, R.Smith 4 R.Hardman 0), Cabin 1 Bridgtown Social 4 (S.Price 1 R.Platt 4, J.Simms 1 P.Wyse 4, P.Evans 0 D.Coyle 4, J.Webb 2 M.Craddock 4, A.Richardson 4 J.Routledge 0), Landywood ‘B’ 0 Pheasant 5, Wilson Hall ‘B’ 0 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 5 (M.Rutter 2 N.Fullwell 4, A.Ghaleb 0 S.Baker 4, M.Redding 0 S.Carroll 4, B.Pearshall 1 A.Edgar 4, C.Newton 1 D.Nicholls 4).
As early as week four in the Brierley Hill Friday Night League and only one of the starting line up of twelve teams remain undefeated. Former leaders Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ tasted a first defeat as they lost 4-3 away to Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ and drop to second place on six points just ahead of their opponents on average. There was also a first defeat for Pensnett Welfare ‘B’ again the margin was 4-3 in their tie at Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’. Taking over at the top of the table is Brickmakers Arms ‘A’, their convincing 6-1 win at Britannia giving them a maximum eight points and a two point’s lead over the rest of the field. Full Results:Week 4:- Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ 4 Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 3, Britannia 1 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 6, Fox Inn ‘A’ (Lye) 2 Delph Bell 5, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 0 Fox Inn ‘B’ (Lye) 7, Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 4 Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ 3, Miners (Wollescote) 6 Dudley Sports 1.
Only two results from the Small Heath League which included games for the top two teams. Leaders East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association were 6-3 winners at Cob’s Bar to put them on 30 points, two more than their nearest rivals Gulp Tribe who won their home game with Wagon and Horses 7-2. Full Results:Week 19:- Gulp Tribe 7 (Mick Tilley 100, Bill Carter 100, Dave Heighway 3x100, Neil Parsonage 3x180,2x100,112b) Wagon and Horses 2 (Graham Daly 139,120b, Julian May 156b), Cob’s Bar 3 (D Mahon 100, M.Turner 180,100b) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 6 (Les Robinson 140,100, Colin Wyatt 180,140,120b,12 darts game, Nigel Davis 140,135,2x100,116b, Paul Webster 100, Terry Webster 2x100).
After completing 22 of a scheduled 30 fixtures in the Rowley Monday Night League just two points separate the top two teams. The Bell lead the way on 42 points after winning their latest game at Yeltz Bar 9-0 with 180’s from Shane Price and James Brennan plus a 160 break from Trevor Brennan. Second in the table Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ were not far behind Bell as they won 8-1 at home against their local rivals Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ who are placed sixth in the table. Full Results:Week 23:- Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ 8 Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ 1, Three Diamonds ‘X’ 8 Loyal Lodge 1, Yeltz Bar 0 The Bell (Shane Price 180, Trevor Brennan 160b, Jamie Brennan 180) 9, Tividale FC 5 Cottage 4, Windmills End 5 Haden Cross 4, Roost 4 Fairfield (Ian Stokes 9 darts game) 5, Whiteheath Tavern (Kirk Harrison 9 darts game) 8 Three Diamonds 1, Cradley Liberal Club 6 Ivy Bush 3.
The Netherton Thursday Night League had their singles knockout on the fixture card, the semi finals saw Phil Tonks defeat brother Antony Tonks 2-0 and Kevin Barnfield win by the same margin against Mark Cooper. Phil Tonks carried his fine form into the final where in what turned out to be the last leg he narrowly missed out on a perfect nine darts game after hitting two consecutive maximums, nevertheless he went on to lift the title with a final 3-1 result over Kevin Barnfield. Full Results:Singles Knockout:Quarter Finals:- Antony Tonks (Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club) 2 Mark Jones (Hill & Cakemore) 0, Mark Cooper (Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club) 2 Steve Tipper (Bulls Head) 0, Kevin Barnfield (Riddins Tavern) 2 Brian Neale (Riddins Tavern) 1, Phil Tonks - bye. 1, Semi Finals:- Phil Tonks 2 Antony Tonks 0, Kevin Barnfield 2 Mark Cooper 0, Final:- Phil Tonks 3 Kevin Barnfield 1.
The Black Country Premier Darts League are up to week three of their new season and currently five teams are on five points at the top of the table. Woodside Poachers head the table on average following their 12-1 win at Olde Queens Head Hunters, they are closely followed by Blackheath Beechers who won 10-5 at Shovellers. Third placed Black Country Belters had a 12-0 win away to Brick Ay We while Britannia Bulldogs, who are placed fourth were held to an 8-8 draw at home by Halesowen Hunters who make up the top five. Full Results:Week 3:- Brickmaker Big Dogs 12 Windmill Hill Warriors 5, The HBD 1 Silver End Sharpshooters 12, Cott A Lot Of That 4 Vintage Gamers 9, Britannia Bulldogs 8 Halesowen Hunters 8, OQH Hunters 1 Woodside Poachers 12, Hounds of Hasbury 11 Colley Gators 2, Mighty Mitre 11 Hounds of Wynall 5, Shovellers 5 Blackheath Beechers 10, Brick Ay We 0 Black Country Belters 12.
Week 23 games in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League made no difference whatsoever to the league table, leaders Dewdrop had a close 4-3 home win over Old Hop Pole to keep them eight points to the good on second placed Waggon and Horses who handed their hosts New Talbot a 7-0 whitewash to maintain their two points advantage over Island Inn in third place. Full Results:Match 23:- New Talbot 0 Waggon and Horses 7, Dewdrop 4 Old Hop Pole 3, Old Court House 1 Merry-Go-Round 6, Ivy Bush 6 Horsley Tavern 1, Wonder 6 Hayes Social 1, Island Inn 3 The Vine 4.
Richard Reed did his title aspirations in league one of the Yeltz Bar Tuesday Night 501 Singles League no harm whatsoever when he beat Tony Duncan 5-0 to give him 92 points from 22 games plus the top position in the league. Second placed Tommy Johnson didn’t play this week and now has three games in hand on Reed and trails him by ten points. After a 5-0 win over Doug Richmond third placed Loz Slater is on the same 82 points as Johnson but he has played two games more than his rival. In league two Mark Bayliss made it six wins in as many games when he defeated Anthony Williams 5-0 to put him eight points clear of his opponent who is second in the table. Full Results:Week 22:- Richard Reed 5 Tony Duncan 0, Mark Adams (113f) 2 Richard Hill (17 darts game) 3, Doug Richmond 0 Loz Slater (109f, 14 darts game) 5, Richard Barrett 1 Alister Duncan 4, Adam Hill 3 Richard Swinden 2, Steve Carey 3 Trevor Collier 2, League Two:Week 6:- Jason Tromans 3 Jack Hill 2, Pete Harrold 3 Stuart Stanton 2, John Simpson 3 Jason Clarke 2, Anthony Williams 0 Mark Bayliss 5.
The Royal, Albrighton staged the latest of their knockouts which saw Shifnal’s Steve Richie take the top prize of £130 when he beat Pat Pace (Gnosall) 6-3 in the final, Pace collecting £60. Both semi final games finished 5-2 with Richie beating Chris Hill (Willenhall) and Pace winning against Steve Gillam (Wednesbury), the two losers receiving £15 each. The Plate knockout for first round losers was won by Mark Smith (Bromsgrove) who picked up £30, Smith beating Kat McLean (Shifnal) 3-2 in the final McLean received £15 for runner up. Full Results:Quarter Finals:- Pat Pace (Gnosall) 4 Reece Cook-Lucas (Wednesfield) 2, Steve Gillam (Wednesbury) 4 Simon Pritchard (Codsall) 2, Steve Ritchie (Shifnal) 4 Luke Boycott (Telford) 0, Chris Hill (Willenhall) 4 Simon Mountford (Bromsgrove) 2, Semi Finals:- Steve Ritchie 5 Chris Hill 2, Pat Pace 5 Steve Gillam 2, Final:- Steve Ritchie 6 Pat Pace 3, Plate Knockout:Final:- Mark Smith (Bromsgrove) 3 Kat McLean (Shifnal) 2.
Riley’s ‘C’ had a comfortable 7-0 win against the Bull in the division one singles league of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League to keep them four points ahead of second placed Sunbeam who won 6-1 at Riley’s ‘A’. In division two of the singles league leaders Dog and Partridge had a surprising 4-3 defeat away to fourth in the table Roebuck who are ten points behind them. In the division two doubles league top team Wednesfield Legion had a shock 2-1 home defeat by Shed who are only three places off the bottom of the table. Full Results:Match 21: Singles League:Division One:- Penn Bowling 3 Jack’s Bar 4, Riley’s ‘A’ 1 Sunbeam 6, Riley’s ‘C’ 7 Bull 0, Victoria 6 Pavilion 1, Village Inn 2 Wednesfield Conservative Club 5, Division Two:- Bird in Hand 4 Riley’s ‘D’ 3, Pendulum 2 Royal 5, Red Lion 2 Woodfield Social 5, Roebuck 4 Dog and Partridge 3, Ukrainian Club 3 Yale Club 4, Wednesfield Legion 4 Shed 3, Doubles League:Division One:- Penn Bowling 2 Jack’s Bar 1, Riley’s ‘A’ 0 Sunbeam 3, Riley’s ‘C’ 3 Bull 0, Victoria 2 Pavilion 1, Village Inn 2 Wednesfield Conservative Club 1, Division Two:- Bird in Hand 0 Riley’s ‘D’ 3, Pendulum 2 Royal 1, Red Lion 2 Woodfield Social 1, Roebuck 1 Dog and Partridge 2, Ukrainian Club 1 Yale Club 2, Wednesfield Legion 1 Shed 2.
Following the recent passing away of Dave Duncan a former captain and a member of the Crown at Olton darts team for in excess of 30 years the family have sent out the following message, “I would just like to say to all Dave Duncan's Darts friends especially Sue Kingdon, Andy Hutchings 'Dave's Boys ' Lisa & Amrok Thank You for all your support and affection and for the generous donations to the QE Charity fighting skin Cancer Love Yvonne , Jayne, Rachel, Rhys and all the Duncan Family”.
Would all players and readers of this column please note that as a “one off” for one week only the column will appear in Thursday’s newspaper next week but following that will revert back to the usual Wednesday’s spot.
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