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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

Some time ago former West Midlands star Paul Hogan moved south and nowadays plays for Hampshire in the BDO Inter County Championships but he must really look forward to his returns to the Midlands especially the Winmau Centre in the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Stadium as he never fails to go home with extra cash in his pocket. Winmau Centre Open Winner Paul Hogan with arena owner Dharam Jagpal Back in August Hogan successfully defended his Winmau BDO Wolverhampton Open title at the centre taking home a cool £1,000 and more recently in October he added a further £500 when he not only took part in but won the Winmau Centre Open beating Jamie Robinson 6-3 in the final. Winmau Centre Open Runner Up Jamie Robinson with arena owner Dharam Jagpal Hogan won his last four game against Dave Walker 5-4, Robinson had a more clear cut 5-2 against Richard Hosey. Winmau Centre Open Losing semi finalist Richard Hosey with arena owner Dharam Jagpal With three big wins at the centre is anyone going to stop Hogan's tremendous run? Full Results:Last 32:- Mangal Singh 1 Kevin Bambrick 4, Glen McGrandle 4 Anthony Hughes 0, Jerry Baguio 0 Dave Walker 4, James Diez 4 Baz Pearce 0, Luke Boycott 1 Martin Biccs 4, Andy Hughes 4 Andre Knox 1, Paul Hogan 4 Mick Baker 1, James Hykin 1 Richard Swainston 4, Dave Honey 0 Kenny Bedder 4, Jamie Robinson 4 Martin East 0, Mike Franks 0 Devinder Singh 4, Matthew Powell 0 Craig Capewell 4, Simon Mountford 4 Simon Preston 1, Dave Bayton 1 Mark Hylton 4, Richard Hosey 4 Chris Manoila 0, Miro Horacek 4 Dave Baker 1, Last 16:- Kevin Bambrick 4 Glen McGrandle 3, Dave Walker 4 James Diez 2, Martin Biccs 4 Andy Hughes 1, Paul Hogan 4 Richard Swainston 2, Kenny Bedder 2 Jamie Robinson 4, Devinder Singh 4 Craig Capewell 0, Simon Mountford 0 Mark Hylton 4, Richard Hosey 4 Miro Horacek 1, Quarter Finals:- Kevin Bambrick 3 Dave Walker 4, Martin Biccs 2 Paul Hogan 4, Jamie Robinson 4 Devinder Singh 0, Mark Hylton 3 Richard Hosey 4, Semi Finals:- Dave Walker 4 Paul Hogan 5, Jamie Robinson 5 Richard Hosey 2, Final:- Paul Hogan 6 Jamie Robinson 3. Winmau Centre Open Losing semi finalist Dave Walker with arena owner Dharam Jagpal --------------------------------- The preliminary round of the Presidents Cup was on the agenda for the Forest of Arden Winter League and possible the biggest shock of the round was the 5-4 win by division two reigning champions Journeys End Flights over their division one opponents Ivy Leaf. Division one's Journeys End had a convincing 8-1 win over their second division challengers Chelmsley Town, while another division one side Kingshurst Knights beat Highwood Exiles from division two 6-3. Full Results:Presidents Cup:Preliminary Round:- Highwood Exiles 3 (R.Harrison 139, P.Harvey 133, C.Harrison 100) Kingshurst Knights 6 (K.White 2x100, R.Perkins 100,156, K.Brush 2x100, P.Bryan 125), Journeys End 8 (D.Evans 120,100, S.Whatmore 2x100, P.Kingdon 140,100,121,125, A.Howell 3x100,140,116f,15 darts game, L.Barberan 2x100,140,180, J.Jennings 5x100,140, S.Kingdon 3x100,180) Chelmsley Town 1 (L.Goddard 118, N.Lumley 3x100,140,125), Ivy Leaf 4 (G.Clinton 2x140,2x100, B.Jelley 2x100, P.Ashford 140,125,121,2x100, T.Clinton 125,106f,3x100, R.Jelley 3x100) Journeys End Flights 5 (M.Tilley 140,100, S.Edwards 121,5x100, J.Norris 125, T.Steel 140,2x100, C.Roberts 131,2x100, A.Edwards 122,3x100, D.Duncan 140,135). --------------------------------- The top two teams in division one of the South Birmingham League took their unbeaten runs to three games, leaders Mackadown Social winning 7-2 at Banbury Arrows and Erdington Members Club having a 6-3 home win over Crown at Shard End. The leading duo have a two points lead over Coleshill Social and Raven, the former beating Crown Arrows 8-1 while the latter won 6-3 against The Trident. In division two there is a similar situation where The Dog and Toby Jug lead the way with a perfect six points, their latest wins being in turn 7-2 at The C's and 6-3 at home against The Bell to put them both two points ahead of Banbury Flights and The Gate. Full Results:Week 3:Division One:- Banbury Arrows 2 (J.Moss 100, P.Moran 117,125, D.Evans 140, T.Frost 139, A.Luckman 100) Mackadown Social 7 (G.James 100, D.Young 100, M.Heaven 140,100, M.Cooper 112b,100, M.Noonan 120b, A.Sheen 105b), Raven 6 (A.Mayell 100,100b,177, J.Whitehouse 125, K.J.Hollis 100b, A.Whitehouse 2x140,100f, D.Mortiboys 125, T.Whitehouse 140) The Trident 3 (C.Walton 100b, J.Lawton 121, A.Cooksey 125, M.Naylor 123,100, S.Hipkiss 2x100), Crown Arrows 1 (M.Bown 100b, J.Gaskin 120b, P.Carter 101, M.Bown 121) Coleshill Social 8 (L.Tompson 100,100f, C.Cooke 123), Erdington Members Club 6 (J.Frost 100,2x120b, L.Barberan 134, M.McFall 2x100, R.Liggins 129) Crown at Shard End 3 (S.Edwards 100, M.Walker 140, R.Lawrence 2x108b,2x100, T.Evans 121, S.Whatmore 121), Division Two:- The Kingfisher 2 (M.Price 140, G.Shergold 101b) Banbury Flights 7 (M.Tilley 100, D.Raven 100, D.Cooper 124, J.Phipps 116b), Toby Jug 6 (T.Adams 140, D.Revitt 112b,140, B.Weir 100) The Bell 3 (B.Anderton 125,110, T.Anderton 102b,100, C.Horsley 2x100), The C's 2 (G.Meredith 2x100, S.Healy 100, L.Walker 105,100) The Dog 7 (J.Fathers 125, P.Richards 2x140,103, S.O'Brien 140,100, J.Kane 100, M.Clayton 108,140), Smithswood Social 4 (A.Richards 100,140,101b, P.Cobley 100, S.King 2x100) The Gate 5 (T.Barrs 116b,100, M.Watts 117, N.Groves 2x100,105,120b, T.Clay 100, P.Jones 125), Late Results:Division Two:- The Gate 6 (T.Barrs 100, T.Molineux 100,140, N.Groves 100) The Kingfisher 3 (G.Shergold 101b, R.Sharples 2x100, S.Boden 100,140, R.Mills 100). --------------------------------- There was a top of the table clash in division one of the Four Oaks and District League when top team The Boat hosted second placed Golden Hind, both teams undefeated in the opening three games. The result was a clear cut 7-2 to Boat who now have a two points lead at the top of the table, however Boldmere St Mikes with M.Ashton's second maximum in two weeks have taken over second place form Golden Hind after a 7-2 win at Old Oscott Arrows and they have a game in hand on Boat. Drakes Drum chalked up their first win in four when they won their home tie against Old Oscott WMC 8-1. In division two just one leg of average separates the top three teams Red Lion with a 6-3 home win over The Boot are in pole position with Erdington Arrows and The Fox hot on their heels with the same six points from four games. The Fox missed the opportunity to go top, despite outscoring their opponents they slipped to their first defeat of the campaign going down 6-3 at Erdington Arrows. Full Results:Match 4:Division One:- Drakes Drum 8 (R.Hasluck 107,144,124, J.Mahon 103b,100,135, J.Armstrong 138,100, S.Spink 125, J.Clarke 2x100,140, K.Brown 115) Old Oscott WMC 1 (C.Hawkley 140,2x100, D.Munge 100, T.Morris 135, J.Tolley 117,133,100, M.Bowles 105b,2x100), Old Oscott Arrows 2 (D.Page 100,140, L.Jones 134,100,117, M.Page 108b, E.Atkins 100,124, M.Compton 2x100b,100,121) Boldmere St Mikes 7 (C.Perry 117b,140, N.Smallwood 100, A.Kimberley 2x140,107,100,128, M.Wild 2x105b,134,100,140, R.Hawker 120b,123,3x100, M.Ashton 103b,100,2x140,180), Pint Pot Flights 5 (R.Mercer 139,100, B.Godfray 120b,100, S.Davey 103, M.Mills 2x100, M.Bagnall 160b,120,2x140,118f, G.Cookson 122b,2x140,100,100f,9 darts game) Plough and Arrows 4 (N.Robbins 100,2x140,122, P.Robbins 100b,2x100, M.O'Driscoll 100,140, I.Taylor 100,140, G.Baxter 120b), The Boat 7 (W.Mynard 100, K.Deeley 100, J.Prince 100,100f, N.Clarke 125, M.Partridge 108b,3x100,134,140, K.Reynolds 120b,137,2x140,125) Golden Hind 2 (G.Kimberley 100,137, T.Keatley 100b, D.Pickering 100,125, J.Frost 100,130b,140), Division Two:- Erdington Arrows 6 (G.Oldfield 100, M.Edwards 2x100, J.Cox 100, P.Ellery 2x100, M.Kenny 100) The Fox 3 (K.Smith 2x100, N.Napier 102b,100, D.Perry 117, M.Willetts 116b,120,110,100, M.Horacek 3x100, M.Naylor 2x100,2x140), Boldmere Tap 6 (D.Byrne 144b,137, J.Hunter 2x100, P.Bromley 137, D.Quirk 101,108, C.Hagans 100, D.Simpson 100, A.Gough 132) Erdington Club 3 (M.Westmorland 115,125, P.Willis 100,125,140, D.Murray 105b,100b,100,137, K.Shorthouse 3x100,140, D.Hodge 101), Red Lion 6 (M.Gaughan 141f,101,9 darts game, M.Wilde 100b, D.G.Bond 100b,2x100,104,106f, E.A.Birkett 120b, L.Bayliss 112b,100, B.Hughes 100,135) The Boot 3 (T.Tyrie 125, T.Taylor 100, R.Smith 100, G.Lynch 100, G.Gaughan 2x100,116,140, P.Opieler 100), St Thomas's Social Club 9 (W.Taylor 125, W.Cadby 100, I.Matthews 100,121, K.Taylor 135) Rosey Mac's 0 (C.O'Conner 100). --------------------------------- Just three division two fixtures played in the Kings Norton League, one very vital one being the Kings Norton Ex Serviceman's Club versus Rubery RBL as prior to the fixture they were first and second in the table respectively. The outcome of the game was a 5-2 win for Rubery to take them into pole position and almost certainly giving them the title as Kings Norton have now completed their programme and are two points behind Rubery, but third placed Grant Arms, who won 5-2 against Kings Heath are four points adrift of the leaders with two games still to play and mathematically could still steal the tile but to do that it would mean Rubery would have to lose their final game 6-1 to finish just one leg of average behind Grant. The only other fixture was a lower division tie between Cotteridge Social and Billesley which saw Cotteridge win 4-3. Full Results:Division Two:- Grant Arms 5 (G.Purnell 100,140, M.Davies 168, N.Kelly 140,120b, Donna Campbell 120, S.Campbell 134) Kings Heath 2 (R.Morris 140,109, N.Pearse 100, C.Upton 113, D.Morris 100, P.Morris 140), Cotteridge Social 4 (R.Morris 140,109, N.Pearse 100, C.Upton 113, D.Morris 100, P.Morris 140) Billesley 3 (S.Sadler 112b), Kings Norton Ex Serviceman's Club 2 (S.Carr 120b, M.Bloomer 140) Rubery RBL 5 (M.Pierce 100, C.Guest 100,140, I.Medlicott 100,125). --------------------------------- With the season almost finished the race for the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League title is still being hotly contested. Louis Burley added a 5-2 win over Les Marson to keep him in the number one spot with 214 points from 41 games while reigning champion Mick Baker in second place beat Paul Walters 6-1 to put him on 202 points from 37 games. Kevin Harris who has topped the table a number of times this season now appears to be out of the race as his 6-1 win against Mick O'Neill leaves him thirteen points short of Burley after he has played 39 fixtures. Full Results:Week 23:- Paul Walters 7 Rhys Langford 0, Phil Summers 2 Mark Bayliss 5, Ken West 2 Robert Pierce 5, Baz Pearce 3 Martin East 4, Chris Manoila 5 Chris Fox 2, Liam Baker 0 Devinder SIngh 7, Craig Capwewell 5 Rob Harris 2, Kevin Harris 6 Mick O'Neill 1, Les Marson 2 Louis Burley 5, Mick O'Neill 2 Craig Capewell 5, Rob Harris 2 Liam Baker 5, Devinder Singh 3 Chris Manoila 4, Chris Fox 6 Baz Pearce 1, Robert Pierce 6 Phil Summers 1, Mick Baker 6 Paul Walters 1, Rhys Langford 0 Paul Boddison 7. --------------------------------- The Brierley Hill Monday Night League staged their singles finals and taking the title with a final 3-0 win over Glyn Underwood (High Acres) was Dudley Sports ‘C' representative Stuart Skidmore. Both of the semi final games finished with a 2-1 result Skidmore beating Adam Neale (High Acres) and Underwood winning against George Peters from The Bell. Full Results:Week 35:Singles Knockout:Semi Finals:- George Peters (The Bell) 1 Glyn Underwood (High Acres) 2, Adam Neale (High Acres) 1 Stuart Skidmore (Dudley Sports ‘C') 2, Final:- Stuart Skidmore 3 Glyn Underwood 0. --------------------------------- Although Paul; Higgins lost 3-1 to Steve Sidwell in the Shirley Red Lion Premier League he holds on to the top spot as a 3-0 win against Stuart Dixon took his total points to 39 from 16 games. Mick Gorst moves up three places to second following a 3-1 win over Mick Bown, who drops two places to fourth, and a 3-0 win over former leader Chris Thomas who now lies in sixth place in the table. With 38 points Gorst is just one short of Higgins but has played one game fewer and on the same 38 points as Gorst is Andy Hoy whose 3-1 wins over Steve Sidwell and Dave Fisher have seen him move up the table from to third. Full Results:Week 8:- Antony Daly 2 Mark Gwalchmai 2, Mark Cater 1 Ken Hopton 3, Andy Hoy 3 Stuart Dixon 0, Dave Fisher 0 Tony Daly 3, Mick Bown 1 Mick Gorst 3, Paul Higgins 1 Steve Sidwell 3, Antony Daly 3 Chris Thomas 1, Stuart Dixon 0 Mark Cater 3, Andy Hoy 3 Steve Sidwell 1, Tony Daly 2 Ken Hopton 2, Mick Gorst 3 Chris Thomas 0, Dave Hesketh 2 Antony Daly 2, Paul Higgins 3 Stuart Dixon 0, Steve Sidwell 3 Mick Bown 1, Chris Thomas 3 Tony Daly 0, Dave Hesketh 1 Mick Gorst 3, Andy Hoy 3 Dave Fisher 1. --------------------------------- After the opening six games of the season What's The Point with a 37-11 win over Matt's Team have opened up a massive 67 points lead at the top of the Winmau Centre Monday Night League. The Outcasts take over second place following their 39-9 win against Make Mine A Double the biggest win of the week, while the former second placed team Smash It drop one place after a more modest 29-19 success against Here For The Beer to leave them eight points adrift of Outcasts. Outcasts and Smash It both have a game in hand on the leaders. Full Results:Week 6:- Here For The Beer (Lance Oates 114f) 19 Smash It (Gemma Barrett 180, Jimmy Handley 180) 29, Make Mine A Double 9 The Outcasts (Chris Marshall 2x180) 39, Oche Dokie 12 The Untouchables (Dave Bentley 180) 36, Keep It In The Family (dave Lewis 2x180) 30 Full Monty 18, What's The Point (Simon Ward 180, Bob Lockley 2x180) 37 Matt's Team 11. --------------------------------- No change at the top of either the 301 or 501 leagues in the Bilston and District League as The Nutan in their 301 game handed out a 7-0 whitewash to their hosts Darlaston Conservative Club and followed up with a 2-1 success against them in the 501 league. With a perfect score of twenty points from the first ten 301 games Nutan have a lead of four over second placed Lanesfield RBL who have played nine the latest of which saw them win 5-2 at home against The Orange Tree to keep them four points ahead of Tilted Barrel, Bilston Conservative Club ‘C', Allens Sports Bar ‘A' and Rocker Pool. In the 501 league again it's Nutan top and Lanesfield second and again the lead is four points, however Tilted Barrel are on the same 16 points as Lanesfield trailing by just two legs of average. Full Results:Week 9:301 League:- Allens Sports Bar ‘B' 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘A' 5, Bilston Conservative Club 6 44 Club 1, Rocket Pool 3 Lanesfield RBL 4, The Nutan 5 Bilston Conservative Club ‘A' 2, Orange Tree 4 Darlaston Conservative Club 3, Tilted Barrel 6 White Hart 1, Travellers Rest 6 Triangle Snooker Club 1, 501 League:- Allens Sports Bar ‘B' 1 Allens Sports Bar ‘A' 2, Bilston Conservative Club 2 44 Club 1, Rocket Pool 0 Lanesfield RBL 3, The Nutan 3 Bilston Conservative Club ‘A' 0, Orange Tree 0 Darlaston Conservative Club 3, Tilted Barrel 3 White Hart 0, Travellers Rest 1 Triangle Snooker Club 2, Week 10:301 League:- 44 Club 1 Tilted Barrel 6, Allens Sports Bar ‘A' 4 Bilston Conservative Club 3, Bilston Conservative Club ‘A' 4 Allens Sports Bar ‘B' 3, Darlaston Conservative Club 0 The Nutan 7, Lanesfield RBL 5 Orange Tree 2, Red Lion 1 Rocket Pool 6, 501 League:- 44 Club 1 Tilted Barrel 2, Allens Sports Bar ‘A' 2 Bilston Conservative Club 1, Bilston Conservative Club ‘A' 0 Allens Sports Bar ‘B' 3, Darlaston Conservative Club 1 The Nutan 2, Lanesfield RBL 3 Orange Tree 0, Red Lion 2 Rocket Pool 1. --------------------------------- Round one of their Open Cup was the order of the day for the Pip Club League which saw wins for Progressive Club, Globe Trotters, Bulls Head, Belgrave Club and Birchmoor Club who in turn accounted for Wigginton Arms, Royal Oak, Queens Head, Sports Bar ‘180' and Globe (Wilnecote). Full Results:Open Cup:Round One:- Progressive Club (Duncan Campbell 180,116f) beat Wigginton Arms, Royal Oak lost to Globe Trotters, Bulls Head beat Queens Head, Sports Bar ‘180' lost to Belgrave Club (A.Williams 115f), Birchmoor Club beat Globe (Wilnecote). --------------------------------- Dave Howlett has replaced Paul Brown at the top of the premiership division of the Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club Singles League after winning 2-1 against Richard Franklin and Brown losing 2-0 to Franklin. Howlett with 20 points has a four points lead over both Brown and third placed Dave Humphries with Humphries having three games in hand on the two players above him. Alan Wale and Ray Turner top the championship table both on 18 points from 12 games with Matt Murrin third on 16 points with a game in hand. Kevin Salsbury tops not only the division one table but also the overall table with 24 points from his thirteen games. Full Results:Premiership Division:- Paul Brown (100) 2 Liam O'Donnell 0, Dave Howlett (100) 2 Richard Franklin (135) 1, Richard Franklin (123) 2 Paul Brown 0, Liam O'Donnell (100,116b) 2 Paul Sunner (100,135,103b) 0, Championship Division:- Dawn Duffy 0 Matt Murrin 2, Nigel Ricketts 2 Debbie Flynn 0, Martin Cox (101) 0 Alan Eden snr (120b) 2, Neal Rughani (108b) 2 Ray Turner (2x100) 0, Alan Wale (140) 2 Jay Vaughan (100) 0, Alan Eden snr (100) 2 Nigel Ricketts (125) 1, Dawn Duffy 0 Neal Rughani 2, Ray Turner 2 Matt Murrin 0, Debbie Flynn 0 Jay Vaughan 2, Alan Wale (100) 2 Martin Cox 1, Division One:- Dave Brown 0 Steve McCarthy 2, John Young 2 Marie Jenkins 0, Ian Genge 0 Brian Farmer 2, Dave Brown 2 Pete Ayling 0, Marie Jenkins 1 Brian Farmer 2, Ian Genge 2 Elisha Bevington 1, Pete Ayling 0 Nicola Brown 2. --------------------------------- Emerald Club were the only losers in the top five teams in the Camp Hill League in week eleven, playing away to second in the table Hay Mills Social Club they lost 4-3, Hay Mills remaining four points behind leaders Cotterills Lane Club as they won 5-2 at Tyseley WMC. Station Wagon are without a win in ten games, their latest 6-1 defeat coming from the hands of the Holy Gulp team who are third in the table on 16 points six fewer than Cotterills and two behind Hay Mills. Full Results:Week 11:- Tyseley WMC 2 Cotterills Lane Club 5, Station Wagon 1 Holy Gulp 6, Eagle and Ball 4 Wagon and Horses 3, New Inns 4 Devil's Club 3, Hay Mills Social Club 4 Emerlad Club 3. --------------------------------- With just one week remaining in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League the title is being so fiercely contested that it could go to any one of the top four teams. Ten Arches ‘B' and Ten Arches ‘A' are both on 70 points in the top two positions the ‘B' team way ahead of the ‘A' on average, then comes Brickmakers Arms in third place just two points behind the leaders and currently lying fourth is Bird ‘A' (Stourbridge) who are on the same 68 points as Brickmakers and have two more games to play. It should be a very interesting and tense final night. Full Results:Week 40:- Brickmakers Arms 7 Ashwood 2, Britannia 6 Queens 3, Ten Arches ‘A' 8 Cat Inn (Wordsley) 1, Fox Inn (Lye) 6 Bird ‘B' (Stourbridge) 3, Crestwood 7 New Inns 2, High Acres 7 Kingswinford Conservative Club 2, Bird (Wordsley) 7 The Swan 2, Garibaldi 4 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 5, Stourbridge RBL 4 Plough 5, Church Tavern 1 Ten Arches ‘B' 8. --------------------------------- East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association took their unbeaten run in the Small Heath League to four games as they handed out a massive 9-0 whitewash to their visitors Cob's Bar to keep them top of the table and two points to the good on second placed Gulp Tribe who had a close 5-4 verdict away to Wagon and Horses. Full Results:Week 4:- Mitre 6 Emerald Club 3, Wagon and Horses 4 Gulp Tribe 5, East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 9 Cob's Bar 0. --------------------------------- Week nine of the Brierley Hill Friday Night League saw Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A' the final undefeated team in the league lose that record when they lost 4-3 away to fifth in the table Netherton Cricket Club ‘B'. In spite of the defeat Pensnett Welfare ‘A' remain in pole position but only by one leg of average over Brickmakers Arms who won 5-2 at home to Ten Arches. Also on the same 16 points as the top two teams is Pensnett Welfare ‘B' who won their home tie with The Gate (Colley Gate) 6-1. Full Results:Week 9:- Miners (Wollescote) 4 The Bell 3, Lenches Bridge 1 Dudley Sports 6, Netherton Cricket Club ‘B' 4 Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A' 3, Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B' 6 The Gate (Colley Gate) 1, Britannia 2 Netherton Cricket Club ‘A' 5, Brickmakers Arms 5 Ten Arches 2, The Fox (Lye) 4 Samson and Lion 3. --------------------------------- Dudley Sports continue to lead the Netherton Thursday Night League their most recent 6-1 home win over Delph Bell ‘A' keeping them three points ahead of their nearest rivals White Swan who were also 6-1 winners against Delph Bell ‘B', not a good week for Delph Bell! Third placed Bulls Head lost ground on the top two as they lost their home game with White Horse 4-3 and have now played one game more than the top sides and trail by three points. At the other end of the table The Widders moved off the foot of the table with only their second win in sixteen as they beat The Crown 6-1 to push their opponents into the bottom spot. Full Results:Week 16:- The Widders 6 The Crown 1, Bulls Head 3 White Horse 4, Delph Bell 'B' 1 White Swan 6, Dudley Sports 6 Delph Bell 'A' 1, Fairfield 3 Dudley Ex Serviceman's Club 4. --------------------------------- The final of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League's Black Country Windscreens Trophy saw league champions Dewdrop narrowly miss out on a double as they lost 4-3 to The Vine who after playing 31 fixtures are three places and fourteen points behind of Dewdrop. Full Results: Black Country Windscreens Trophy:Final:- Dewdrop 3 The Vine 4. --------------------------------- Cup finals were on the fixture card for the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League and in the division one semi finals the divisional leaders Riley's ‘C' beat third in the table Wednesfield Conservative Club and second placed Gilberts Bar won against Ashmore to set up a top of the table encounter between the top two teams in the division. The result of the final was a conclusive 4-0 win for Riley's ‘C'. The division two semis saw Bird in Hand beat Riley's ‘A' and Lanesfield RBL win against Wednesfield Legion ‘C'. The final was a very close affair with Bird in hand just getting the 4-3 verdict. Full Results:Division One Cup:Semi Finals:- Riley's ‘C' beat Wednesfield Conservative Club, Gilberts Bar beat Ashmore, Final:- Riley's ‘C' 4 Gilberts Bar 0, Division Two Cup:Semi Finals:- Bird in Hand beat Riley's ‘A', Lanesfield RBL beat Wednesfield Legion ‘C', Final:- Bird in Hand 4 Lanesfield RBL 3. --------------------------------- The West Midlands Men's Super League produced a top of the table clash between the unbeaten leaders Landywood ‘A' and second in the table Crown ‘A'. The outcome could not have been closer with Crown ‘A' getting the 3-2 result, inflicting on Landywood their first defeat in eight games, but they still have a five points lead on Crown ‘A' who have a game in hand on their rivals. Chillington's 5-0 win over Hasbury has put them within one point of Crown ‘A' and two ahead of fourth placed Bridgtown Social who won 3-2 at home to Staffordshire Knot. Full Results:Week 8:- Bridgtown Social 3 Staffordshire Knot 2, ECC 4 Rowley Bar and Grill 1, Crown ‘A' 3 Landywood ‘A' 2, Pensnett Welfare Club 4 Allens Sports Bar ‘A' 1, Chillington 5 Hasbury 0, Allens Sports Bar ‘B' 4 Crown ‘B' 1, Landywood ‘B' 1 Duke of York 4, Cabin 5 White Swan 0. --------------------------------- Whitmore Reans WMC extended their lead at the top of the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League to four points when they beat former leaders and their nearest rivals Cleveland Arms 4-3, the win could easily prove to be the one that ultimately decides where the winners silverware will go. Full Results:Week 34:- Brewood British Legion 3 Moreton 4, Bull 5 Jones Road 2, Claregate 6 ECC ‘B' 1, ECC ‘A' 5 Riley's ‘A' 2, Jack's Bar 5 Dog and Partridge 2, Riley's ‘B' 4 Otter and Vixen 3, Whitmore Reans WMC 4 Cleveland Arms 3. --------------------------------- The Tamworth League are up to week two of the new season and of the eleven starters only three of them are able to boast a 100% win record. Sports Bar head the table on 20 points their 7-0 win against Dolphin Inn helping their points tally and putting them four points clear of second placed Wigginton Arms ‘B' who won 4-3 against their ‘A' team. Fox and Dogs are the only other unbeaten team in the league as they haven't played so far. Full Results:Week 2:- Old Liberal House 4 Sports Bar ‘180' 3, Sports Bar 7 Dolphin Inn 0, Three Tuns (Fazeley) 6 Mile Oak Rovers 1, Wigginton Arms ‘B' 4 Wigginton Arms ‘A' 3, Players League:- Steve Taft (Sports Bar ‘180') beat Keith Lane (Old Liberal House), Baz Wright (Dolphin Inn) beat Mick Chater (Sports Bar), Debbie Tallis (Mile Oak Rovers) beat Glenn Alexander (Three Tuns, Fazeley) – bye, Phil Picking (Wigginton Arms ‘B') beat Grant Harris (Wigginton Arms ‘A'). --------------------------------- Date : 04-11-2016

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