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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

The Sheldon and District Summer League are one game away from the midway point of their season and in division one the three top teams Harvester, Iron Horse Flights and Mackadown Social are all locked together on the same six points and have exactly the same average. In division two Highwood KB’s are one of only teams in the league to have won all four games and hold a four and point’s lead over both Lyndon Old Boys and Willclare Sports and Social. Yardley Ex Colts, Ridgemere Social and Shirley RBL Misfits all have four points with just average separating them at the top of division three while division four boasts the only other team in the league with a 100% win record Fox and Goose who are on eight points and have a two points advantage over their nearest rivals Highwood Exiles. Full Results:Week 3:Division One:- George ‘V’ 3 Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 5, Iron Horse 5 The Pirates 3, The Harvester 3 Mackadown Social 5, Division Two:- Holy Souls 5 Maggies 3, Willclare Sports and Social 1 Highwood KB’s 7, Division Three:- Shilrey RBL Misfits 4 Small Heath Amateur Gardeners 4, Ridgemere Social Flights 5 Meadway Sports and Social 3, Division Four:- Greville Arms 7 Ridgemere Social Ladies 1, Highwood Exiles 4 Langley Hall Sports and Social Ladies 4, Fox and Goose 7 Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights 1, Week 4:Division One:- Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 3 Iron Horse 5, The Harvester 7 George ‘V’ 1, Mackadown Social 6 The Pirates 2, Division Two:- Maggies 3 Willclare Sports and Social 5, Lyndon Old Boys 5 Holy Souls 3, Crown Arrows 3 Highwood KB’s 5, Division Three:- Yardley Ex Colts 4 Shirley RBL Misfits 4, Ridgemere Social Flights 6 Inn on the Green 2, Meadway Sports and Social 0 Small Heath Amateur Gardeners 8, Division Four:- Ridgemere Social Ladies 1 Highwood Exiles 7, Fox and Goose 5 Greville Arms 3, Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights 4 Langley Hall Sports and Social Ladies 4.
Raven have taken over pole position from The Bell in group one of the South Birmingham Summer League after they won 7-2 against C’s Flights and Bell were held to a 4-4 draw by Chelmsley Conservative Club. Raven now on seven points have a one point lead on Bell plus a game in hand. Just one game in group two which saw The Dog win 6-2 away to The Trident to put them into second place just one point behind leaders Pavillions. Erdington Members Club maintained their two points lead at the top of group three with a 7-1 win against Coleshill Social but second in the table Mackadown Social went one better by beating their opponents Smithswood Social 8-0 to slightly reduce their average deficit. Full Results:Match 7:Group One:- Raven 7 (J.Whitehouse 2x100,140, A.Whitehouse 100,125, T.Whitehouse 132, D.Mortiboys 4x100, M.Bown 2x100) The C's Flights 1 (S.Johnson 154, S.Beale 125, R.Meigh 120, C,Meigh 100, M.Beale 100), Chelmsley Conservative Club 4 (M.Tilley 100, J.Shingler 140, L.Walker 2x100,111f, A.Anson 101) The Bell 4 (C.Burns 120, N.Warner 100, N.Walker 100, T.Anderton 115), Group Two:- The Trident 2 (S.Hipkiss 100, S.Hughes 140,100, N.Groves 3x100,3x140, K.Buttle 100) The Dog 6 (J.Fathers 100, M.Blackborrow 2x100, S.O'Brien 100, P.Richards 100, M.Clayton 2x100,121,140), Group Three:- The C's Arrows 1 (K.Geary 2x100,124f, S.Healy 100) Crown at Shard End 7 (R.Lawrence 2x100, D.Clinton 2x100,120,112f, T.Evans 115), Mackadown Social 8 (N.Parsonage 140,121, D.Young 100, M.Cooper 2x100, C.Henn 105, G.James 100,140, M.Noonan 100,140,121) Smithswood Social 0 (S.King 140,100, M.Bailey 3x100,140,121, P.Cobley 140, N.Wilson 100,132,140), Erdington Members Club 7 (M.McFall 3x100,134,133,123,180, J.Frost 2x100,180, J.Liggins 140,100, L.Barberan 140,100, M.Gallett 2x100,125, M.Birch 100,143f) Coleshill Social 1 (G.Jones 180,3x100, S.Parsons 100,180, C.Cooke 140,100, P.Bryant 100, S.Sweetman 2x100).
Mark Gwalchmai began week three of the Shirley Red Lion Premier League with a hard fought 3-1 win over Lee Harris but then suffered his first defeat of the season at the hands of one of the league’s impressive newcomers Mark Henderson who won 3-1. Gwalchmai’s defeat opened the way for Steve Sidwell to move up into the number one spot and with 4-0 and 3-1 wins over respective players, new man Karl Wilson and Mikey Harris he went from second to top with 21 points two more than Gwalchmai, after both players have played six games. Third in the table Andy Thomas is also on the same 19 points as Gwalchmai but has played seven games. There were two 180’s on the night supplied by Jordan Ottley and Mark Henderson while the £5 for the highest finish went to Steve Heeks who registered an impressive 147 game shot in his 3-1 win over Luke Coles. Full Results:Week 3:- Chris Thomas snr 2 Lee Holtham 2, Phil Thomas 3 Dave Fisher (113f) 1, Karl Wilson 0 Steve Sidwell 4, Chris Thomas 4 Noreen Harris 0, Nick Walker 0 Mikey Harris 4, Dave Heighway 3 George Drennan 1, Ken Hopton 4 Adam Stuart 0, Mark Cater 1 Mark Henderson (180) 3, Mark Gwalchmai 3 Lee Harris 1, Brian Lawton 0 Antony Daly 4, Tim Lowe 1 Mike Forsyth 3, Jordan Ottley (180) 0 Andy Thomas 4, Steve Heeks (147f) 3 Luke Coles 1, Lee Holtham 1 Phil Thomas 3, Nick Walker 1 Noreen Harris 3, Chris Thomas 3 Mikey Harris 1, George Drennan 1 Tony Daly 3, Lee Harris 2 Ken Hopton 2, Andy Thomas 4 Karl Wilson 0, Mark Gwalchmai 1 Mark Henderson 3, Mike Forsyth 3 Antony Daly 1, Tim Lowe 1 Brian Lawton 3, Dave Fisher 0 Dave Heighway 4, Tony Daly 3 Luke Coles 1, Karl Wilson 2 Nick Walker 2, Lee Harris 3 Chris Thomas snr (112f) 1, Jordan Ottley (113f) 2 Noreen Harris 2, George Drennan 1 Steve Heeks 3, Luke Coles 0 Adam Stuart 4, Steve Sidwell 3 Mikey Harris 1.
Match number eight saw CEM West Heath lose ground for the division one title race in the South West Birmingham Clubs League as they surprisingly lost 4-3 at home to bottom of the table Bournbrook, this being Bournbrook’s only win in seven games. CEM have now played one game more than leaders Longbridge United and are four points behind them, Longbridge won 7-0 away to Rubery RBL to take their unbeaten run to seven games and remain the only team in the league not to have lost.. Yardley Wood have gone two points clear at the top of division two after beating second in the table Bartley Green FC ‘B’ 4-3. With a 4-3 win over Stirchley Nomads, Longbridge Ladies have taken over second place in the division three table from their opponents and are now just two points behind leaders Selly Oak Flights but have played one game more than them. The South West Birmingham Clubs Winter League will be holding their AGM on Tuesday 15th August at the Stirchley United WMC Club, Hazelwell Lane, Birmingham, B30 2PR at 8:00pm. Any club in the area interested in entering a team for the forthcoming season or require any further information should e-mail Colin Twigg on Full Results:Week 8:Division One:- CEM West Heath 3 (C.Airey 140, K.Hall 140,125) Bournbrook 4 (P.Nevin 123,100, J.Warman 108, D.Collins 2x100, T.Jeffs 160b,100,126), Rubery RBL 0 (J.Higgins 100, S.Wheeldon 100b, R.Higgins 121, K.Vaughan 100b,100) Longbridge United 7 (W.Marshall 2x100, M.Fletcher 125,101b, S.Jones 120b, S.Walsh 100b, M.Brown 140, M.Lloyd 140,100), Greenlands 0 (N.Watts 100, M.Ferriday 127, B.Bonas 140) Solihull Municipal 7 (G.Dawes 2x100,121, W.Clarke 100, C.Clarke 152b,100, K.Betts 120b,100), Division Two:- Yardley Wood 4 (M.O’Donnell 100,110, M.Benson 125,112b, J.Smart 146b,100, D.Palmer 100b,100, M.Cleaver 140, R.Morris 100b) Bartley Green FC ‘B’ 3 (P.O’Neill 100, K.Bambrick 125), Stirchley Tascos 2 (S.Riddick 3x100, C.Ryan 100, R.Tudge 100, J.Harris 140) West Heath Warriors 5 (J.Downer 100, M.Davis 100b,100, R.Dillon 100b,100, K.Beddder 125), Moseley Brunswick 7 (R.Stevens 133, R.Conlon 2x100,106f, T.Pratty 120b) Longbridge Flights 0 (L.Dunmore 140, M.Malone 101b), Division Three:- Longbridge Ladies 4 (B.Chadwick 117, J.Hollyoake 118b, P.Tobin 100) Stirchley Nomads 3.
The Camp Hill League staged their singles knockouts and in the men’s event the honours went to Pete Yardley (Hay Mills Social Club Lions) who defeated Neil Parsonage from Cotterills Lane Club in the final. Losing semi finalists were James Hinkley (Tyseley WMC) and Matthew Cooper (Cotterills Lane Club) The ladies knockout was won by Laura Caven (Emerald Club) who accounted for Jean Forde (Devil’s Club) in the final. Making the exit in the last four were Gloria Lightwood (Devil’s Club) and Jacquie Francis (Station Wagon). Full Results:Singles Knockout:Losing Quarter Finalists:- Andy Collins (New Inn), Daniel Lee (Eagle and Ball), Nathan Prentice (Tyseley WMC), Tom Humphries (Hay Mill Social Club Lions), Losing Semi Finalists:- James Hinkley (Tyseley WMC), Matthew Cooper (Cotterills Lane Club), Runner Up:- Neil Parsonage (Cotterills Lane Club), Winner:- Pete Yardley (Hay Mills Social Club Lions), Ladies Singles Knockout:Losing Semi Finalists:- Gloria Lightwood (Devil’s Club), Jacquie Francis (Station Wagon), Runner Up:- Jean Forde (Devil’s Club), Winner:- Laura Caven (Emerald Club).
The Winmau Centre Monday Night League have completed their season, What’s The Point rounding off their title winning campaign with a 35-13 win over Full Monty to finish with a total of 588 points. The Untouchables had a final 33-15 win against Keep It In The Family which saw them finish on the same 534 points and level on average with Just The Tip, however they took the runners up spot by virtue of the fact that they had won 13 and lost 3 to their rivals won 12 and lost 4. With the season now all done and dusted the new season will get underway on the 4th September. Anyone wishing to enter a team into the four a side league should contact the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Arena on 01902-420827. Full Results:Week 18:- Keep It In The Family 15 The Untouchables 33, Oche Dokie 32 Unleashed Warrior 16, What’s The Point 35 Full Monty 13, Utter Nutters 34 Make Mine A Double 14.
Week eight of the Sheldon Heath Social Club Dukes In House League saw leader Paul Sunner lose for only the second time when he finished on the wrong side of a 2-1 result against Perry Pudge. Despite the defeat Sunner hangs on to pole position with 20 points but is now closely followed by Lee Molyneux who is also in 20 points after a 3-0 success against Adam Plows, however Molyneux has played one game more than Sunner. Full Results:Week 8:- Phil Ashford 2 Gary Groves (106b) 1, Perry Pudge (100,132) 2 Paul Sunner (101) 1, Paul Curry (100b) 3 Rob Hicks (140) 0, Lee Molyneux (140) 3 Adam Plows (100) 0, Steve Groves (100) 2 Mick Hicks (130b) 1, Simon Banks (102f) 3 Perry Pudge (100) 0.
The top two teams in the Main division of the Pip Club League Queens Head and Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) both handed out 9-0 whitewashes in week 24. Leaders Queens Head beat Birchmoor Club to give them 46 points, four more than second placed Bulls Head who beat Royal Oak. Full Results:Week 24:- Old Liberal 3 Globe Trotters 6, Birchmoor Club 0 Queens Head 9, Progressive Club 4 Wigginton Arms 5, Belgrave Club 7 Sports Bar ‘180’ 2, Pip Club 3 Winning Post 6, Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) 9 Royal Oak 0.
The Winmau Darts Centre in the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Arena are staging knockouts during the close season of the their Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions and the winner of the first knockout was Matt Padgett who beat Steve Gillam 6-1 in the final. Padgett won his semi final against west Midlands player Mark Craddock 5-1 while Gillam won 5-3 against Justin Evans. The centre will be holding another knockout tomorrow night with registration up to 7.45pm with an 8.00pm start. The new season for the Thursday Night League will get underway on 7th September and the big question is will anyone stop Mick Baker making it four title wins in a row? In addition to winning the league title and the £300 that goes with it Baker has also benefitted from the three seasons sponsorship provided by Winmau Darts. So could you be the player to take the title off Mick Baker this season and earn the lucrative cash prize plus the sponsorship that goes with it? To be in with a chance of winning this unrivaled top prize register your entry by calling the Winmau Centre in the Wolverhampton Indoor Sports Arena on 01902-420827. Full Results:Number 1:Quarter Finals:- Justin Evans 4 Jake Auburn 2, Chris Manoila 3 Steve Gillam 4, Mark Craddock 4 Mick Baker 0, Matt Padgett 4 Sam Guest 3, Semi Finals:- Justin Evans 3 Steve Gillam 5, Mark Craddock 1 Matt Padgett 5, Final:- Steve Gillam 1 Matt Padgett 6.
Only two results from the Forest of Arden Summer League which saw Journeys End Flights win 6-3 against third in the table Highwood KB to see them leap frog their local rivals Journeys End and take over pole position with a perfect score of 14 points from their seven games. The other game played was a local derby between Highwood Arms and Highwood Exiles in which the former got the close 5-4 verdict. Full Results:Match 8:- Journeys End Flights 6 (S.Edwards 180) Highwood KB 3, Highwood Arms 5 (A.Thurman 132, T.Anderton 114,116, D.Hudson 125,140,100, P.Thorley 140, B.Anderton 2x100) Highwood Exiles 4 (R.Harrison snr 2x100,120, A.Payne 3x100, D.Cooper 100,117, D.Carey 115), Mini League:- Kingshurst Knights 8 legs (R.Franklin 4x100,121,140,118, D.White 115,133,100, C.Marshall 100, J.Masfield 3x100,140,125, L.Vann 2x100, D.Miller 2x100) Journeys End 19 legs (G.Clinton 2x100,2x140, D.Evans 4x100,140,120f,121,122, R.Lawrence 126,133,100, P.Kingdon 3x125, L.Barberan 2x100,2x140,125,121,134,105f, A.Howell 2x140,2x100, J.Jennings 7x100).
With only three games remaining in the Kings Norton League leaders Hillyfields ‘B’ took their 100% win record to 25 games with a 7-0 home victory over The Coppice to keep them eight points clear of second placed West Heath who won their home tie with Weoley Hill 6-1. At the other end of the table there was a rare win for next to bottom of the table Coldstream, a 5-2 success against bottom team Billesley, only their third win in 25 games. Full Results:Match 25:- Hillyfields ‘B’ 7 (J.Hykin 100,140, G.Dews 2x100, V.Gould 4x100,140, J.Best 2x100,107,125, T.Hamilton 100,180) The Coppice 0 (A.Chidley 3x100, C.Heath 140, A.Coyle 129, M.Mooney 100), E57 5 (J.Calt 4x100,120,122, D.Logan 4x100, R.Morris 3x100,134,140, N.Porter 2x100,2x140, T.Roberts 2x100,180, B.Bonas 2x100, M.Ellis 100,140, B.Doyle 100, D.Price 100) Hillyfields ‘A’ 2 (L.Caven 125, M.Varley 2x100, L.Fox 2x100,140, A.Vaughan 120, Joe Fox 100f,129,135, K.Vaughan 3x100), Bear and Staff 3 (C.Burke 3x100, K.Jukes 140, A.Yates 100, M.Wilkes 114) Cotteridge Social 4 (P.Taylor 2x140, B.Faulkner 100, J.O'Neill 2x100,135,2x140), West Heath 6 (P.Hughes 2x100,125,140, W.Webb 4x100,123, T.Shipley 100,121, K.Hall 2x100, C.Airey 100, S.Deeley 2x140) Weoley Hill 1 (M.Lloyd 125,140, P.Wallace 100, L.Allen 2x100,140, M.Lloyd 180), Billesley 2 (T.Shaw 105, D.Jones 111,125) Coldstream 5 (D.Hopkins 100, D.Parish 100,122, M.Deeley 100, B.Andrews 100, M.Ferriday 100,140), Toby Jug Flights 5 (J.Higgins 2x100,2x140, K.White 125,140, Danny Kent 2x100,2x140, R.Higgins 100,140) Grant Arms 2 (G.Purnell 2x100,140, J.Price 124, V.Walton 100,133).
The Fox, who have already won the division three title in the Sutton and District Summer League rounded off their fixture card with a 9-0 win over The Duke to complete their ten match season undefeated, the only team in the league to win all of their fixtures this season. Two more games were played in division two in which Drakes Drum beat The Boot 5-4 and with a 7-2 scoreline Boldmere Tap won against Pint Pot Flights. Full Results:Division Two:- Drakes Drum 5 The Boot 4, Pint Pot Flights 2 Boldmere Tap 7, Division Three:- The Fox 9 The Duke 0.
Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club lead the Brierley Hill Monday Night League and in week 20 won a vital game against third in the table Mount Pleasant 7-2 to put them on 32 points and keeping them in the top position on average from Bulls Head (Netherton) who handed their hosts, bottom team Limes Club a 9-0 whitewash. Mount Pleasant lose their third place and are replaced by Delph Bell who won 5-4 at home against Portway leaving them four points adrift of the two teams above them but with a game in hand. Full Results:Week 20:- Blue Brick 6 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 3, Delph Bell 5 Portway 4, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7 Mount Pleasant 2, Brewers Wharf 0 Brickmakers Arms 9, Limes Club 0 Bulls Head (Netherton) 9, Lamp Tavern 3 New Talbot 6, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5 Pensnett Liberal Club 4, Roebuck 5 The Swan 4.
With Ten Arches ‘A’, leaders of the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League having a bye in week 22 their local rivals Ten Arches ‘B’ took the opportunity to reduce the arrears to just two points with a convincing 8-1 win over the Swan. Brickmakers Arms lost ground on the title race as they surprisingly went down 5-4 away to Hare and Hounds ‘B’ who are eleventh in the table. Brickmakers are replaced in the number three spot by Gate ‘B’ who won 5-4 at home against Bird (Stourbridge). Full Results:Match 22:- Stourbridge RBL 4 The Bridge (Kingswinford, A.Nicholls 160b) 5, Old Cat Inn (Wordsley) 5 Kingswinford Conservative Club 4, Church Tavern 7 Kingswinford Snooker Club 2, Bird (Wordsley) 4 Crestwood 5, Ten Arches ‘B’ 8 The Swan 1, Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 5 Brickmakers Arms 4, Queens 8 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 1, Gate ‘B’ 5 Bird (Stourbridge) 4, Fox Inn (Lye) 2 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 7, Starving Rascal 1 Gate ‘A’ 8, Ten Arches ‘A’ and Garibaldi had a bye.
A 5-4 win at Fairfield plus with second in the table Riddins Tavern having a bye, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club took their lead at the top of the Netherton Thursday Night League to 12 points. Riddins remain in second place but are now joined on 24 points by Delph Bell who won 6-3 at The Crown plus they have a game in hand on Riddins. Full Results:Match 13:- The Crown 3 Delph Bell 6, Townsend Club 3 Bulls Head 6, Hill and Cakemore 4 White Horse 5, Fairfield 4 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 5.
The Brierley Hill Friday Night League are up to week two of their new season and only a third of the twelve starters are unbeaten. Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ lead the way their latest 6-1 win over local rivals Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ giving them a slender one leg of average lead over both Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ and Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ who in turn had 5-2 wins over Miners (Wollescote) and Fox ‘A’ (Lye), fourth placed Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ also won 5-2 at Fox ‘B’ (Lye) and are a further one leg adrift. Full Results:Week 2:- Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ 5 Fox Inn ‘A’ (Lye) 2, Britania 1 Delph Bell 6, Fox Inn ‘B’ (Lye) 2 Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ 5, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 3 Dudley Sports 4, Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 1 Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 6, Miners (Wollescote) 2 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 5.
East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association opened up a two points lead at the top of the Small Heath League with an 8-1 win at Emerald Club while second placed Gulp Tribe lost 5-4 away to third in the table Heartlands Club to put them within four points of their opponents. Full Results:Week 17:- Emerald Club 1 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 8 (Colin Wyatt 100,120b, Jake Webster 129,11 darts game, Terry Webster 100, Paul Webster 130f, Nigel Davis 100), Heartlands Club 5 (Ian Jones 160b, Jim Frost 121,100, John Frost 125,101,100, Matthew Cain 123,100) Gulp Tribe 4 (Chris Stokes 180,140, Mick Tilley 100,120b,100, Dave Heighway 2x100, Matthew Cooper 2x100,128f), Wagon and Horses 4 (Ashley Pearson 109, Derek Rivitt 101, Con Murphy 123,121, Alan Cheshire 2x121,2x100,128b) Cob’s Bar 5 (Dave Shakespeare 100, Mark Turner 100, Ashley Lattimer 140,121, Lee Stanton 100).
No change at the top of the Rowley Monday Night League with wins for the top six teams, the Bell remain top after their 7-2 home win over Tividale FC, second placed Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ won 8-1 at Three Diamonds and making up the top three is Ivy Bush who beat Windmills End 7-2 to leave them eight points off the top and six short of Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’. Full Results:Week 22:- Cottage (Gary Taylor 150b,180, Mick Collins 160b,8 darts game) 4 Cradley Liberal Club 5, Ex Serviceman’s’ ‘B 8 Loyal Lodge 1, Fairfield (Ian Stokes 180) 4 Whiteheath Tavern 5, Haden Cross 1 Roost 8, Ivy Bush 7 Windmills End 2, The Bell 7 Tividale FC 2, Three Diamonds 1 Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ 8, Yeltz Bar 5 Three Diamonds ‘X’ 4,
A 6-1 win over Ten Arches ‘A’ keeps Ashwood ‘A’ top of the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League on average from Brickmakers Arms who won 5-2 against Stourbridge RBL. Wombourne Cricket Club lost for the first time in seven games going down 4-3 at Ten Arches ‘B’ to see them drop from third to fifth in the table. Full Results: Week 7:- Ten Arches ‘B’ (S.Blewitt 125f) 4 Wombourne Cricket Club 3, The Bell 7 Park Lane Tavern 0, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 4 Gate Hangs Well 3, Netherton Cricket Club 5 Glasscutters 2, Fox Inn (Lye) 3 The Swan (A.Turley 8 darts game, M.Harper 160b) 4, Ashwood ‘A’ (J.Barrowman 9 darts game) 6 Ten Arches ‘A’ 1, Brickmakers Arms (R.Tipper 2x120b,9 darts game) 5 Stourbridge RBL 2, Station Inn 4 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 3, Hare and Hounds 0 Ashwood ‘B’ (S.Skidmore 109f) 7.
As the Black Country Premier League gets underway the early pacesetters are Blackheath Beechers and Brick Ay We who both chalked up 12-0 wins against respective opponents Hounds of Wynall and The HBD to give them one leg to the good on Woodside Poachers who won their game at Mighty Mitre 11-2. Full Results:Week 1:- Brickmaker Big Dogs 6 Black Country Belters 9, The HBD 0 Brick Ay We 12, Cott A Lot Of That 6 Windmill Hill Warriors 9, Britannia Bulldogs 9 Silver End Sharpshooters 5, OQH Hunters 10 Vintage Gamers 6, Hounds of Hasbury 7 Halesowen Hunters 8, Mighty Mitre 2 Woodside Poachers 11, The Shovellers 3 Colley Gators 10, Blackheath Beechers 12 Hounds of Wynall 0.
The Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League were engaged with their second division Riley’s Cup and winning through to the next round were, Lee Betts, Ken West, Anthony West, Vince Cooper (Royal), Chris Banks, Richard Mattox, John Newell, Sarah Maybury (Dog and Partridge), Mark Smith, Wayne Reed, Tom Fletcher, James Fletcher (Roebuck), Pete Beighton, Steve Beighton, Pete Beighton jnr, Kev Rigby (Dog and Partridge). Full Results:Riley’s Cup:Division Two Qualifiers:- Lee Betts, Ken West, Anthony West, Vince Cooper (Royal), Chris Banks, Richard Mattox, John Newell, Sarah Maybury (Dog and Partridge), Mark Smith, Wayne Reed, Tom Fletcher, James Fletcher (Roebuck), Pete Beighton, Steve Beighton, Pete Beighton jnr, Kev Rigby (Dog and Partridge).
The Tettenhall Wednesday Night League attracted no fewer than 55 entries to its singles knockout. The semi finals saw Simon Pritchard (Riley’s) beat Simon New (ECC ‘A’) and Dave Smith (Bull) win against Sam Guest (Whitmore Reans WMC), the two winners will square up to each other in the final which will be played on presentation night 22nd November. Full Results:Singles Knockout:Quarter Finals:- Simon Pritchard (Riley’s) beat John Lucas (Brewood British Legion), Simon New (ECC ‘A’) beat Adam Cunningham (Moreton), Dave Smith (Bull) beat Phil Mayo (Riley’s), Sam Guest (Whitmore Reans WMC) beat Phil Clarke (Cleveland Arms), Semi Finals:- Simon Pritchard beat Simon New, Dave Smith beat Sam Guest.
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