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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

  On the agenda for the Camp Hill League was the doubles knockout, Sue Kingdon and her partner Simon Edwards after winning the Forest of Arden Winter League mixed doubles made it a fantastic double by adding the Camp Hill title to their winning list. In the final Sue and Simon defeated Lorna and Colin Wyatt. Losing semi finalists were Karon Dempsey and Rob Bailey plus Maureen Hannaran and Neil Parsonage. Full Results:Mixed Doubles Knockout:Last Sixteen Losers:- Sheila Palmer & Anthony Fisher, Karl Barber & Mick Barber, Jaqui Francis & Pete Yardley, Fiona Nicholls & Pete Shipley, Terri Ann Sparrow & Ryan Brogan, Dorian Docherty & Alan Wale, Gloria Lightwood & Michael Looby, Sheila Carter & Dace Carter, Losing Quarter Finalists:- Victoria Habbott & Ade Radbourne, Daniel Whitmore & Mark Fisher, Liza Burke & Mick O’Sullivan, Brenda Thomas & Matt Cooper, Losing Semi Finalists:- Karon Dempsey & Rob Bailey, Maureen Hannaran & Neil Parsonage, Runners Up:- Lorna Wyatt & Colin Wyatt, Winners Sue Kingdon & Simon Edwards.
The South Birmingham League were involved in their singles knockout and it was Neil Parsonage winner of many of the Birmingham league knockouts that added yet another title to his ever growing list. [caption id="attachment_17776" align="aligncenter" width="300"]South Birmingham League singles runner up Glen James and organiser Sue Kingdon South Birmingham League singles runner up Glen James and organiser Sue Kingdon[/caption] Parsonage was taken to a deciding leg in the quarter finals by Alan Whitehouse but then booked his place in the final with a 2-0 success over Tony Whitehouse. From the other side of the draw Glen James made his way to the final with 2-1 wins over both Lance Thompson and Dean Young and then took Neil Parsonage to a deciding leg in the final but in the end had to settle for the runners up prize. Full Results:Singles Knockout:Quarter Finals:- Tony Whitehouse 2 Mike McFall 1, Neil Parsonage 2 Alan Whitehouse 1, Lance Thompson 1 Glen James 2, Dean Young 2 Jim Frost 1, Semi Finals:- Glen James 2 Dean Young 1, Tony Whitehouse 0 Neil Parsonage 2, Final:- Glen James 1 Neil Parsonage 2. [caption id="attachment_17775" align="aligncenter" width="300"]South Birmingham League singles winner Neil Parsonage and organiser Sue Kingdon South Birmingham League singles winner Neil Parsonage and organiser Sue Kingdon[/caption]
In division one of the Four Oaks and District League The Boat are so far unbeaten this season but in their twelfth game they came perilously close to losing at Golden Hind and had to win the final game for a very close 5-4 victory, meanwhile rivals Boldmere St Mikes romped home with a 9-0 victory at home to Old Oscott Arrows to keep them within four points of The Boat with a game in hand. Congratulation to Plough and Arrows who earned their first league points in twelve games with a 5-4 win over Pint Pot Flights who are just above them in the table. St Thomas’s Social Club stay top of the second division after beating bottom of the table Rosey Mac’s 7-2. Second placed The Boot beat Red Lion by the same 7-2 scoreline to stay level on points with St Thomas’s but they have played one game more than the leaders. M.Bagnall (Pint Pot Flights) and J.Prince (The Boat) both hit maximums this week. Full Results:Match 13:Division One:- Old Oscott WMC 4 (D.Munge 151, D.Parsons 135,3x100, A.Cole 100, M.Bowles 133,2x100) Drakes Drum 5 (J.Mahon 121, J.Clarke 100,112f, K.Brown 125,140, R.Hasluck 100,120, A.Day 120b,100), Boldmere St Mikes 9 (A.Kimberley 2x100, M.Wild 2x120b, M.Ashton 120b,131,100,140, S.Paling 123,125,2x140,116f,8 darts game, R.Hawker 160b,140,121f,100) Old Oscott Arrows 0 (M.Page 2x100,140, D.Page 100,135, L.Jones 107b, M.Maher 100, M.Compton 120b), Plough and Arrows 5 (T.Evans 100,140, I.Taylor 100,125, P.Robbins 100, N.Robbins 100b,125, M.O’Driscoll 2x100) Pint Pot Flights 4 (R.Mercer 100, L.Lemathy 115b, B.Godfray 100b,100, M.Bagnall 118,5x100,180, M.Bruin 100, R.Mercer 100), Golden Hind 4 (G.Kimberley 135, J.Frost 2x100,140, J.Morris 105b,140,135, W.Naylor 112b,2x100,100, D.Fowler 120, D.Pickering 100) The Boat 5 (K.Reynolds 140,2x100,106f, M.Partridge 2x100, K.Deeley 125,112,141,140, J.Prince 101,140,2x100,180, W.Mynard 100b,140,100), Division Two:- Erdington Club 6 (M.Westmorland 100b,125,135, K.Shorthouse 125,100,140, D.Jarvis 2x100, D.Hodge 105b,120b, P.Willis 103) Boldmere Tap 3 (C.Hagans 101b,100, D.Simpson 140,119,2x100, D.Quirk 140, D.Byrne 102b,140, P.Bromley 128), The Boot 7 (G.Gaughan 5x100, T.Tyrie 2x100,114, R.Smith 100, P.Opieler 100, J.Lynch 100) Red Lion 2 (M.Wilde 100, M.Gaughan 2x100, D.G.Bond 100b,100,137, B.Hughes 140,100, L.Bayliss 100, D.Bayliss 3x100,140), Rosey Mac’s 2 (R.Lloyd 107b, D.Sargent 130b) St Thomas’s Social Club 7 (T.Pedley 120b, A.Rose 112b,135, T.Kelly 105b,140,120b,121,100, J.Collins 135,140, S.Bird 100, I.Lloyd 100), Bishop Vesey and The Duke had a bye.
Just two results this week one from each division of the Forest of Arden Winter League. In division one leaders Journeys End were 6-3 winners at home to third in the table Kingshurst Knights to put them four points ahead of second in the table Highwood KB who have a game in hand. In division two second placed Crown Arrows suffered a setback to their title aspirations as they lost 6-3 at home to Highwood Exiles who prior to the game had lost all of their four games, Crown Arrows now trail leaders Journeys End Flights by four points. Full Results:Week 8:Division One:- Journeys End 6 (A.Howell 3x100,123, D.Evans 100,140, S.Whatmore 100, L.Barberan 100,119, S.Kingdon 3x100, J.Jennings 2x100,113f) Kingshurst Knights 3 (D.White 120,140,119,100, D.Miller 140,100,121, K.White 2x100,135, R.Perkins 121, S.Moran 105), Division Two:- Crown Arrows 3 (M.Bown 100,121, C.Vann 100, L.Vann 100b,2x100,140, T.Blakemore 140, K.Depper 129) Highwood Exiles 5 (J.Phipps 100, P.Harvey 119, D.Carey 119,121,162,100, C.Harrison 100, R.Harrison 100).
The Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club Singles League have got their new season underway and the early pacesetter is Dave Humphries who with scores of 180 and 100 plus a 10 darts leg beat Dave Howlett 2-1, Humphries then followed that with a 3-0 success against John Young in which he notched a further couple of tons. Alan Wale is in second place his one and only game saw him beat Dave Brown 3-0. Apart from the top two players Paul Sunner out of a starting line up of nine players is the only other player not to have lost he won his game against Ray Turner 2-1. Full Results:Week 1:- Brian Farmer (105b) 1 Dave Brown (106b) 2, Dave Howlett (112b,140,4x100) 1 Dave Humphries (180,100,10 darts game) 2, Paul Sunner (2x100) 2 Ray Turner (100) 1, Alan Wale 3 Dave Brown 0, Dave Humphries (2x100) 3 John Young 0, Steve McCarthy 0 Ray Turner (120b,120,140,100) 3.
With eight points from four games Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) and Queens Head top division one of the Pip Club League, however Bulls Head have a massive average advantage over their rivals to put them in pole position. In division two Globe (Wilnecote) lead the way with five points from four games but hot on their heels comes Progressive Club, Royal Oak and Pip Club who are all on four points from the same number of games. Fifth placed Old Liberal are also on four points but they have played one game more than the teams above them. Queens Head are top of the Master League with a total of 18 points from nine games but Bulls Head (Polesworth) are only two points behind them with a game in hand and any sort of win in that game would see them take over the number one spot. Full Results:Week 10:- Pip Club 6 Old Liberal 3, Belgrave Club 5 Globe Trotters 4, Progressive Club 4 Royal Oak (M.Coles 180) 5, Birchmor Club 2 Winning Post (Keith Starkey 180,114f, Adam Wood 180) 7, Globe (Wilnecote) 5 Sports Bar ‘180’ 4, Queens Head 8 Wigginton Arms (Martin Eggleston 110f) 1.
The Stourbridge and District Monday Night League fixtures brought together the top two teams in week five leaders Ten Arches ‘A’ playing away to their nearest rivals Gate ‘B’ and with both teams undefeated something had to give. Playing at home proved not to be the deciding factor as Gate ‘B’ finished on the wrong side of the 5-4 result which saw them drop two places in the table to fourth. Ten Arches ‘A’ with a perfect ten points now have a two points lead over Ten Arches ‘B’, Brickmakers Arms, Gate ‘B’ and Bird (Stourbridge) but the team to watch is sixth placed The Cross (Oldswinford) who are the only other unbeaten side in the league, their 6-3 win at Gigmill making it four wins in a row, a win in their game in hand would see them move up into second place level on points with the leaders. Full Results:Week 5:- Bird (Wordsley) 3 The Bridge (Kingswinford) 6, Gigmill 3 The Cross (Oldswinford) 6, High Acres 5 Stourbridge RBL 4, Starving Rascal 3 Garibaldi 6, Fox Inn (Lye) 5 Crestwood 4, Gate ‘B’ 4 Ten Arches ‘A’ 5, Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 7 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 2, Ten Arches ‘B’ 9 Gate ‘A’ 0, Church Tavern 1 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 8, Cat Inn (Wordsley) 4 Bird (Stourbridge) 5, Lingswinford Conservative Club 1 Brickmakers Arms 8, Kingswinford Snooker Club 6 The Swan 3.
The Netherton Thursday Night League rounded off their season with their Captains Cup, White Swan representative Jason Southall proved to be a worthy winner, he began the night with a 2-1 win over Martin Rowley (Dudley Sports) and followed that with a 2-0 success against Colin Hickman (Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club) to book his final place. Emerging from the other half of the draw was Johnny Green (Fairfield) who had a 2-1 win over Carl Hadlington (White Horse) and then a 2-0 win against Jon Rose (The Widders) before losing 2-1 to Southall in the final. The league will be holding their presentation on the 23rd February and their AGM on the 2nd March, both at the Bulls Head, Netherton. All teams old and new wishing to join the league for their next season are welcome to attend the AGM. Full Results:Captains Cup:Preliminary Round:- Carl Hadlington (White Horse) 1 Johnny Green (Fairfield) 2, Mick Stanton (Bulls Head) 1 Colin Hickman (Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club) 2, Jason Southall (White Swan) 2 Martin Rowley (Dudley Sports) 1, Jon Rose (Widders) – bye, Semi Finals:- Jon Rose 0 Johnny Green 2, Jason Southall 2 Colin Hickman 0, Final:- Johnny Green 1 Jason Southall 2.
Week one of the new season in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League and getting the season off to a good start with 7-2 wins were Bulls Head (Netherton) and newcomers Limes Club who in turn defeated Blue Brick and another new team to the league Brewers Wharf. Not far behind the early leaders are Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club, Dudley Sports ‘B’ and New Talbot all three 6-3 winners against respective opponents Lamp Tavern, Dudley Sports ‘A’ and Delph Bell. Full Results:Week 1:- Dudley Sports ‘A’ 3 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 6, Portway 5 The Swan 4, Mount Pleasant 5 Pensnett Liberal Club 4, Brickmakers Arms 5 Roebuck 4, Bulls Head (Netherton) 7 Blue Brick 2, New Talbot 6 Delph Bell 3, Lamp Tavern 3 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 6, Limes Club 7 Brewers Wharf 2.
There was little change at the top of the Brierley Hill Friday Night League with all of the top three teams winning in week eighteen. Top of the table Brickmakers Arms had a close but crucial 4-3 home win over Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ who are fourth in the table. Second placed Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ were also 4-3 winners in their home tie with Dudley Sports while third in the table Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ had a convincing 6-1 result against Miners (Wollescote). It was a good week for The Bridge (Kingswinford) who recorded their third win in eighteen games when they won 4-3 away to Ten Arches who replace Bridge at the foot of the table, Bridge move up two places. Full ResultsWeek 18:- Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ 4 Dudley Sports 3, The Gate (Colley Gate) 5 The Bell 2, Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 6 Miners (Wollescote) 1, Ten Arches 3 The Bridge (Kingswinford) 4, Samson and Lion 1 Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 6, Brickmakers Arms 4 Pensnett Welfare Club ‘’ 3, Britannia 5 Fox Inn (Lye) 2.
The Kings Norton League staged a local derby between Hillyfields ‘A’ and ‘B’ with the ‘B’ team winning 4-3 to consolidate their number one position in the table putting them two points to the good on second placed West Heath, while the ‘A’ team in fourth place are now four points adrift of the top. Third placed Stirchley United were another team to lose ground in the title race as they lost 4-3 at Toby Jug Flights who are in the bottom five teams in the league. Full Results:Week 8:- Hillyfields ‘A’ 3 (K.Drain 100,140, L.Fox 101, A.Harvey 100,140,135,125, Joe Fox 4x100, K.Vaughan 100, A.Vaughan 100, D.Short 100) Hillyfields ‘B’ 4 (E.Simpson 4x100,123,125, S.Pasetti 100, J.Hykin 3x100, V.Gould 5x100, T.Hamilton 3x100, R.Mann 2x100,140,120, P.Blades 100), Weoley Hill 4 (D.Barnickle 140,160, M.Lloyd 2x100,2x140,121, P.Wallace 2x100, N.Proctoer 100) Coldstream 3 (B.Andrews 100,135, N.Ferriday 125, P.Andrews 100,107,112, M.Deeley 100, M.Ferriday 2x100), Bear and Staff 5 (A.Underwood 121,140, C.Singleton 100, D.Singleton 140, C.Burke 2x140) Billesley 2 (A.Coleman 100, L.Jones 101, J.Eades 100, T.Shaw 2x100, T.Elscey 2x100, W.Ford 100, R.Jones 140), Grant Arms 4 (N.Kelly 117,125, P.Clayton 100, S.Seery 4x100,140, G.Purnell 100, P,Smith 100,116, V.Walton 2x100,140, J.Bennet 100) Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club 3 (C.Davenport 100, S.Corbett 100,140, D.Whitecombe 100, K.Gater 180, Peter Corbett 100, M.Bloomer 125,135), Rubery RBL 3 (P.Medlicott 100, S.Hodges 121,140, J.Grainger 120, M.Pierce 120, I.Medlicott 2x140, R.Packer 2x100, S.Jacques 100) E57 4 (B.Morgan 2x100,135,180, N.Porter 3x100, T.Roberts 3x100,140, S.Nolan 2x100,121,122, M.Ellis 100, N.Cahill 100, A.Rickard 140, L.Brotherton 100,105), Toby Jug Flights 4 (S.Knowles 3x100,121,139, M.Turner 3x100,120,140, R.Higgins 100,101,121,134, D.Kent 3x100, J.Higgins 101) Stirchley United 3 (T.Cullen 100,140, K.Mason 2x100,2x125, D.Collins 2x140, M.Bathurst 135, S.Riddick 3x100, C.Ryan 100).
Reigning champions of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League Dewdrop are setting the pace once again as they made it three straight wins when they won 6-1 against Horseley Tavern, Island Inn however are on the same points and average as Dewdrop after their 4-3 win over Old Hop Pole and share the number one spot. Old Court House and The Wonder but Island Inn, like Dewdrop are unbeaten but they have only played two games as opposed to their rivals having played three. There were first win in three for New Talbot and The Vine the former winning their home tie with Merry-Go-Round 4-3 while the latter won 5-2 at Ivy Bush. Full Results:Week 3:- New Talbot 4 Merry-Go-Round 3, Dewdrop 6 Horsley Tavern 1, Court House 5 Hayes Social 2, Ivy Bush 2 The Vine 5, The Wonder 2 Waggon and Horses 5, Island Inn 4 Old Hop Pole 3.
Woodside consolidated their number one spot in the Silver End Sunday Morning League with an emphatic 7-1 win away to Pensnett Welfare Club who as a result drop three places to seventh in the table. Dudley Sports ‘B’ take over in second place to keep within four points of the leaders with a 5-3 win away to Blue Brick but there was a setback for The Bell who suffered their first defeat of the campaign a 7-1 reversal at Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ which sees them drop from second to joint fourth with Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club who were 5-3 winners at Dudley Sports ‘A’. Full Results:Week 6:- High Acres 4 Old Star 4, Blue Brick 3 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5, Railway 5 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 3, The Bridge 3 Portway 5, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 7 The Bell 1, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 3 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 5, Pensnett Welfare Club 1 Woodside 7.
The Nutan continue to lead the 301 table in the Bilston and District League adding a 5-2 win against Travellers Rest to their tally to give them 34 points and maintain their two points lead over second placed Lanesfield RBL who had a narrow 4-3 home win over Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ who are fourth in the table. Tilted Barrel are third their 4-3 win at Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ leaving them six points off the top, however Tilted Barrel’s 3-0 win over Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ in the 501 league keeps them two points ahead of second placed The Nutan who also won their game against Travellers Rest 3-0 Full Results:301 League:- Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 3 Tilted Barrel 4, Darlaston Conservative Club 2 Bilston Conservative Club ‘A’ 5, Lanesfield RBL 4 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 3, Red Lion 2 44 Club 5, The Nutan 5 Travellers Rest 2, 501 League:- Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 0 Tilted Barrel 3, Darlaston Conservative Club 1 Bilston Conservative Club ‘A’ 2, Lanesfield RBL 2 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 1, Red Lion 2 44 Club 1, The Nutan 3 Travellers Rest 0.
The top two teams in the West Midlands Men’s Super League have opened up a huge gap between themselves and the rest of the field, leaders and reigning champions Crown ‘A’ kept their seven points advantage intact with a 4-1 home win over Staffordshire Knot to give them 110 points while second in the table Landywood ‘A’ won by the same 4-1 margin in the home tie with Chillington, third in the table Ten Arches are some 22 points short of the leaders. Bridgtown Social suffered a surprising 3-2 defeat at home to Crown ‘B’ and as a result Duke of York’s 5-0 win against White Swan sees them overtake Bridgtown. In the local derby between the two Allens Sports Bar teams it was the ‘A’ side who got the 5-0 result. Full Results:Week 19:- Crown ‘A’ 4 Staffordshire Knot 1, White Swan 0 Duke of York 5, Bridgtown Social 2 Crown ‘B’ 3, Rowley Bar and Grill 3 Olde Queens Head 2, Landywood ‘A’ 4 Chillington 1, Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 5 Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 0, Ten Arches 4 Landywood ‘B’ 1, Pensnett Welfare Club 1 Cabin 4, The Pheasant had a bye.
There is little change at the top of the Black Country Premier league as the top five teams all won third placed Woodside Poachers beating sixth placed Brickmakers Big Dogs 10-5 the only team in the top half to lose. Blackheath Beechers took their points total to 36 with a 12-2 win against Brick Ay We and have a five points lead over second in the table Black Country Belters who won their home game with bottom of the table Hounds of Wynall 11-2. Full Results:Week 18:- Black Country Belters 11 Hounds of Wynall 2, Britannia Bulldogs 11 The HBD 3, Enville Street Renegades 5 Windmill Hill Warriors 10, Windy Millers 5 Halesowen Hunters 11, Woodside Poachers 10 Brickmaker Big Dogs 5, Vintage Gamers 5 Springfield Rifles 11, Mighty Mitre 5 Colley Gators 10, Blackheath Beechers 12 Brick Ay We 2.
This week saw the start of the new Yeltz Bar Tuesday Night Singles League and the first week produced a couple of shocks plus some top class darts. Tommy Johnson had a 15 darter and a 180 on his way to a 5-0 win over Richard Barrett, Loz Slater also had a 15 darts game and a maximum 170 finish in his 5-0 win over Tony Duncan. In the battle of the brothers Alister Duncan came out on top beating his older sibling Richard 4-1 in what was somewhat of a shock result. However the biggest shock of the night was in the game between Richard Reed and Richard Hill, it was expected to be a close encounter but in the end Richard Reed ran out with an emphatic 5-0 win against a below par Richard Hill. Full Results:Week 1:- Tommy Johnson 5 Richard Barrett 0, Adam Hill 1 Mark Adams 4, Steve Carey 2 Doug Richmond 3, Richard Duncan 1 Alister Duncan 4, Tony Duncan 0 Loz Slater 5, Richard Reed 5 Richard Hill 0, Neil Steventon 5 Vince Bayliss 0, Trevor Collier 5 Richard Swinden 0.
Barring a major upset Ashwood ‘A’ after a further 5-2 win at Fox Inn (Lye) should take the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League title as they now have a total of 48 points which is six points plus a massive average lead over second in the table Brickmakers Arms and only four remaining fixtures, Brickmakers have five games to play but with Ashwood only losing two of the 26 they have played the odds are they will not lose two of the last four. Britannia were the only losers in the top six teams they finished 4-3 down away to fourth placed Ashwood ‘B’. Full Results:Game 28:- Portway 3 Netherton Cricket Club 4, Ten Arches ‘A’ 5 High Acres 2, Brickmakers Arms 5 Dudley Sports 2, Miners Welfare Club 6 Ten Arches ‘B’ 1, Ashwood ‘B’ 4 Britannia 3, Gornal Conservative Club 7 Hare and Hounds 0, Fox Inn (Lye) 2 Ashwood ‘A’ 5.
After completing the opening two fixtures of the Halesowen Friday Night Singles League K.Harris and M.Bayliss are locked together at the top of the table level on points and average, not far behind the leading duo comes R.Harris, D.McConomy and T.Johnson who have also won their first two fixtures. Full Results:Match 1:- A.Hill (171) 1 R.Hill (126f) 5, D.McConomy (180) 4 D.Richmond 2, T.Johnson (180,14 darts game) 4 J.Gale 2, P.Kelly 2 J.Hall 4, K.Dauncey (111f) 2 M.Bayliss (180,106f) 4, J.Habernathy 1 N.Gale 5, P.Stockwell 1 R.Harris (180,110f) 5, K.Harris (180) 6 C.Kehoe 0, Match 2:- D.McConomy 4 J.Gale 2, T.Johnson (180) 4 J.Hall 2, P.Kelly 0 M.Bayliss 6, K.Dauncey 4 N.Gale 2, J.Habernathy 2 R.Harris (137f) 4, P.Stockwell 6 C.Kehoe (180) 0, K.Harris (180) 4 R.Hill 2, A.Hill (180) 3 D.Richmond 3.
The Rowley Monday Night League are four games into their new season and there’s no separating the top two teams Cradley Liberal Club and Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ who have exactly the same points and average. In the latest round of fixtures the Liberal Club had a close 5-4 win at Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ while Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ were emphatic 8-1 winners at Windmills End. Third in the table The Bell are the only other team to have won all four of their games the most recent being 7-2 at Ivy Bush. Full Results:Week 4:- Ex Serviceman’s ‘B’ 4 Cradley Heath Liberal 5, Fairfield 8 Yeltz Bar 1, Haden Cross 8 Loyal Lodge 1, Ivy Bush 2 The Bell 7, The Roost 2 Whiteheath Tavern 7, Cottage 7 Three Diamonds ‘X’ 2, Windmills End 1 Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ 8.

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