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Article: Darts News – Alan Towe’s The Line On Darts – Shropshire v Pembrokeshire

Darts News – Alan Towe’s The Line On Darts – Shropshire v Pembrokeshire

Played three, lost two, won one, that’s Shropshire’s record so far this season in division four of the BDO Inter County Championships. However, they will be looking to double their number of win s on the weekend of the 29th and 30th of November when they play hosts to Pembrokeshire, who are currently bottom of the division.

With a total of 48 points Shropshire are three places and 23 points above their opponents and 17 points ahead of next to bottom Isle of Wight, with Tyne and Wear just below them on 41 points. So a win would be massive for the home team as it would take them another step further away from the relegation zone.

Lining up for Shropshire will be, Men’s ‘A’:- John Cooper, Clive Lucking, Danny James, Eddie Austin, Simon Pritchard, Mark Jones, Sam Hamilton, Neville Quinton, Glen McGrandle, Scott Towers, Roger Taylor, Les Marson, Men’s ‘B’:- John Breeze, Matt Williams, John Cornmell, Andi Chatter, Phil Austin, Danny Humphries, Scott Pitchford, Derek Coulson, Anthony Stoneman, Martin Riggs, Dan Petty, David Evans, Women’s ‘A’:- Lorna Wheatley, Debbie Davies, Caroline La-Ffin, Michele Pritchard, Marie Riggs, Sue Lane, Women’s ‘B’:- Kirsty Jenks, Pam Evans, Jane Vernon, Leanne Quinton, Caroline Powell, Mandy Morgan, Reserves:- Katherine McClean, Sam Roberts, Julie Griffiths, Rachel Evans

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