Darts News – A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe
The West Midlands will be playing their final game of the season in division one of the BDO Inter County Championships this coming weekend and it will be the most crucial game they have played all season as their opponents are London. As the two teams go into battle the divisional table sees West Midlands second with 179 points and their opponents third on 178, the outcome of the fixture will almost certainly decide who will gain promotion to the premier division with current leaders Hampshire. Fourth in the table Oxfordshire are just nine points behind West Midlands but have a tough away game against Dorset who are fifth in the table on 168 points, just two short of their opponents, so it does appear that the winners of the West Midlands versus London clash will be the team to play in the premier division next season. Selected to play in this vital fixture are, Men’s ‘A’:- Gavin Baker, Scott Baker, Shaun Carroll, Mark Craddock, Nick Fullwell, Ian Jones, Ash Khayatt, Danny Nicholls, Jonathan Platt, Gary Watts, Men’s ‘B’:- Michael Baker, Danny Coyle, Matthew Dicken, Sam Guest, Mark Hampton, Dean Mills, John Morris, Neil Pointon, Paul Price, Mark Rollason, Robert Smith, Paul Wells, Reserves:- Mark Dyke, Michael Hoult, John Mycock, Richard Platt, Dave Redding, Dave Robbins, Jack Routledge, Avtar Singh, Lewis Venes, Mark Watkiss, Women’s ‘A’:- Lisa Astbury, Gemma Barrett, Kath Jenkins, Debbie Loon, Sarah Roberts, Sophie Singh, Women’s ‘B’:- Elizabeth Arnold, Shannon Hall, Claire Hobbs, Jacqueline Maiden, Shellbie Simmons, Heather Wright, Reserves:- Kim Fellows, Kirsty Shaughnessy , Wendy Waine, Samantha Maiden.
With the domestic issues all sorted in the Four Oaks and District League it’s all down to cup finals and the latest has been the Coronation Shield and the Norman Day Cup. In the former Old Oscott Arrows started well against The Boat taking the first game 2-1 but it was a lead they would lose and never recover as the newly crowned league champions and last year’s runner up in the competition dropped just three legs in the following three games, rounding off their win with a 3-0 success in the final game for a 10-5 victory. Playing Drakes Drum in the Norman Day Cup, Erdington Arrows matched their opponents in scoring but struggled to find the finishing doubles. They lost the first two games 2-1 and would not win another leg until the final game, giving Drakes Drum a 12-3 win. Full Results:Coronation Shield:Final:- Old Oscott Arrows 5 (M.Compton 116b,100, A.Lea 108b,2x100,111, E.Atkins 106b,2x100,2x140,135, M.Maher 2x100, D.Page 100) The Boat 10 (J.Prince 3x140, N.Clarke 100, K.Reynolds 117b,101b,3x140,100,121, W.Mynard 140,3x100, K.Deeley 2x100, S.Harvey 100, M.Partridge 2x125,3x100,121,140), Norman Day Cup:Final:- Erdington Arrows 3 (R.Bazeley 140,123, G.Oldfield 100, M.Phillips 2x100, M.Kenny 140b,139, J.Cox 108b,2x100, M.Edwards 100) Drakes Drum 12 (J.Clarke 108b,3x100,125,121, R.Hasluck 140,100, A.Lilley 2x100,140, K.Brown 140, A.Day 100, J.Mahon 100).
The Forest of Arden Winter League played off the finals of their divisional cups and it was all about Journeys End. In the division one play off champions Journeys End beat bottom of the table Ivy Leaf 7-2 and in the division two game it was again champions Journeys End Flights who won by the same 7-2 scoreline against divisional runners up Highwood Arms. [caption id="attachment_19411" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Forest of Arden Winter League Division One Divisional Cup Winners -Journeys End[/caption] [caption id="attachment_19412" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Forest of Arden Winter League Division Two Divisional Cup Winners - Journeys End Flights[/caption] Full Results:Divisional Cups:Division One:Final:- Ivy Leaf 2 (P.Ashford 5x100,121, R.Jelley 135, R.Lawrence 100,140, G.Clinton 134,121, D.Field 3x100) Journeys End 7 (A.Howell 100, D.Evans 3x100,140, T.Constable 140, P.Kingdon 100, S.Whatmore 100,140, L.Barberan 3x100,133, J.Jennings 4x100,140,180,14 darts game), Division Two:Final:- Journeys End Flights 7 (J.Norris 133, S.Edwards 5x100,130,140,180, S.Kennedy 100,140, T.Steele 140,100, M.Tilley 2x100,135, A.Edwards 100,101, J.Phipps 121,100) Highwood Arms 2 (N.Warner 111f,125,3x100, C.Horsley 3x100, M.Osborne 3x100,102, B.Anderton 100).
With 7-0, 6-1 and 5-2 wins over respective opponents Charlie Burley, John Edwards and Mark Bayliss, Louis Burley has taken over pole position in the Winmau Centre Thursday Night Champions League with 141 points from 27 games. Chris Williams was in top form beating John Porter and John Edwards 7-0 and Mark Bayliss 5-2 to put him second in the table with 133 points but from three games fewer than table topper Burley. Sam Guest and Mick Baker didn’t play in week sixteen and are currently in fourth and fifth places respectively. Guest is on 116 points after playing 21 games and reigning champion for the past two seasons Baker has amassed 111 points from 20 games, both having games in hand which could see them take over the top spot. Full Results:Week 16:- Rob Harris 3 Sam Aitkens 4, Chris Fox 4 Adam Quinton 3, Craig Capewell 7 John Porter 0, Charlie Burley 1 Liam Baker 6, Lisa Maiden 1 Chris Manoila 6, Mark Bayliss 2 Chris Williams 5, Adam Quinton 3 Rob Harris 4, Chris Manoila 4 Chris Fox 3, Chris Williams 7 John Porter 0, Paul Boddison 7 Charlie Burley 0, Chris Fox 2 Liam Baker 5, Rob Montana 6 John Porter 1, Lisa Maiden 1 Adam Quinton 6, Chris Williams 7 John Edwards 0, John Porter 2 Rob Harris 5, Sam Aitkens 7 John Edwards 0, Craig Capewell 5 Mark Bayliss 2, Liam Baker 5 Lisa Maiden 2, Charlie Burley 0 Louis Burley 7, John Edwards 1 Louis Burley 6, Louis Burley 5 Mark Bayliss 2.
Bottom of the table Emerald Club chalked up their first win in four games in the Small Heath League when they won by a massive 8-1 at home to Wagon and Horses who were next to bottom. The win puts both teams on two points and despite the big win Emerald are now only level on average with Wagon and Horses and they share the bottom place. Leaders East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association added a 6-3 win over Foaming Tankard to their account to make it four straight wins and a two point’s lead over second placed Gulp Tribe who won 5-4 at Cob’s Bar. Full Results:Week 4:- East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 6 (Les Robinson 140, Colin Wyatt 2x100,2x120b, Nigel Davis 4x100, Jake Webster 100, Tommy White 100,120b, Terry Webster 105,4x100) Foaming Tankard 3 (John Frost 140,118, Jim Frost 140,130,121,2x100,101f, Gerry McCormack 140,125,100, Clive Austin 100,100b, Martin Cain 140, Steve Cain 140), Gulp Tribe 5 (Mick Tilley 100b, John Phipps 125,122,2x100, Bill Carter 120b, Matthew Cooper 134,100, Dave Highway 105b) Cob’s Bar 4 (Dave Shakespeare 100, Mark Turner 100, Rob Pikey 100, Tom Humphries 100, Ashley Lattimer 110b, Mark Atkins 100) Emerald Club 1 (Anthony Fisher 132, Ada Radbourne 2x140, Colin Rigby 100) Wagon and Horses 8 (Con Murphy 100, Graham Daly 100, John O’Connor 114,100,117b, Julian May 116b, Derek Rivitt 100).
Week seven in the Shirley Red Lion Premier League saw leader Mark Gwalchmai take seven of a possible eight points from his games as he followed up a 3-1 win over Luke Coles with a straight 4-0 success against Mikey Harris to continue his unbeaten run and give him a total of 44 points from fourteen games. Lee Harris chalked up 3-1 wins over Jack Sidwell, Adam Stuart and Tom Bent to move up into second place, one point short of Gwalchmai with a game in hand, Harris taking over from Chris Thomas who lost his second place when after winning his opener against Trevor Carter 4-0 he lost 3-1 to Tony Daly, his second defeat in fourteen games. In addition to Gwalchmai and Harris Paul Higgins is the only other player not to have suffered defeat so far. Highlights of the week saw Dave Fisher record 160 breaks against Brian Lawton and Mikey Harris while Dave Heighway also broke with 160 in his game with Brian Lawton. There were 180’s for Jack Sidwell and Mick Gorst and Lee Harris had a 158 finish in his win over Jack Sidwell. Full Results:Week 7:- Chris Thomas 4 Trevor Carter 0, Brian Lawton 1 Dave Fisher (160b) 3, Luke Coles 1 Mark Gwalchmai (112b,2x11 darts games) 3, Paul Higgins 2 Chris Thomas snr 2, Mick Gorst 3 Dave Heighway (160b), Adam Stuart 3 Antony Daly 1, Steve Heeks (120f) 4 Lee Holtham 0, Steve Sidwell 3 Tim Lowe 1, Jack Sidwell (120b) 1 Lee Harris (158f) 3, Pete Silver 2 Tony Daly 2, Nick Walker 2 Chris John 2, Andy Thomas 3 Chris Devlin 1, Mark Cater 1 Ken Hopton 3, Tom Bent 3 Mick Bown 1, Mikey Harris 0 Mark Gwalchmai 4, Tim Lowe 1 Mick Gorst 3, Lee Holtham 2 Brian Lawton 2, Andy Thomas 3 Antony Daly 1, Chris Thomas snr 2 Luke Coles 2, Chris Devlin 1 Pete Silver (110f,9 darts game) 3, Tom Bent 0 Trevor Carter 4, Mikey Harris 1 Jack Sidwell (180,101f,9 and 11 darts games) 3, Adam Stuart 1 Lee Harris 3, Dave Fisher (120b) 3 Mark Cater 1, Ken Hopton 2 Paul Higgins 2, Mick Bown (121f,9 darts game) 2 Steve Heeks 2, Steve Sidwell 3 Chris John 1, Chris Thomas 1 Tony Daly 3, Dave Heighway 2 Pete Silver 2, Antony Daly 3 Nick Walker 1, Brian Lawton 2 Trevor Carter 2, Mick Gorst (180) 2 Adam Stuart 2, Lee Holtham 0 Paul Higgins 4, Steve Heeks (134f) 3 Nick Walker 1, Tony Daly 0 Chris Devlin (152b) 4, Lee Harris 3 Tom Bent 1, Dave Fisher (160b) 4 Mikey Harris 0, Trevor Carter 1 Mick Gorst 3, Dave Fisher 2 Mick Gorst 2.
Round one of their League Cup was the order of the day for the Camp Hill League which saw wins for the league’s top four teams Holy Gulp, Cotterills Lane Club, Hay Mills Social Club Lions and Wagon and Horses who in turn took out Tyseley WMC, Devil’s Club, Eagle and Ball and Station Wagon. Also winning through were Emerald Club who defeated New Inn. Full Results:League Cup:Round One:- Cotterills Lane Club beat Devil’s Club, Tysleye WMC lost to Holy Gulp, Emerald Club beat New Inn, Station Wagon lost to Wagon and Horses, Hay Mills Social Club Lions beat Eagle and Ball.
Dave Humphries with 36 points has a four points lead over second placed Dave Howlett in the Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club Singles League. Humphries latest win was 2-1 against third in the table Paul Sunner while Howlett lost ground as he was beaten by the same 2-1 margin by Paul Brown. Full Results:Match 15:- Alan Wale (2x100,160b) 3 Marie Jenkins 0, Brian Farmer 0 Martin Cox 3, Dave Brown 2 Neal Rughani (100b) 1, Dave Howlett (2x100) 1 Paul Brown 2, Dave Humphries (3x100) 2 Paul Sunner 1, Ian Genge 2 Ray Turner (100) 1, John Young 2 Steve McCarthy 1.
Queens Head held on to their two points lead at the top of the Main League in the Pip Club League with an 8-1 win against Pip Club, however their nearest rivals Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) went one better to increase their huge average advantage by handing out a 9-0 whitewash to their hosts Wigginton Arms. Third, fourth and fifth placed Winning Post, Birchmoor Club and Belgrave Club were 7-2 winners against their respective opponents Globe Trotters, Progressive Club and Globe (Wilnecote). Full Results:Match 15:- Winning Post 7 Globe Trotters 2, Sports Bar ‘180’ 4 Old Liberal 5, Wigginton Arms 0 Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) 9, Queens Head 8 Pip Club 1, Globe (Wilnecote) 2 Belgrave Club 7, Birchmoor Club 7 Progressive Club 2.
The Bridge (Kingswinford) were the only losers in the top five teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League going down 5-4 at home against second in the table Gate ‘B’. Leaders Ten Arches ‘A’ won 6-3 away to Quarry Bank Conservative Club to stay two points ahead of Gate ‘B’ who in turn are two to the good on third placed Brickmakers Arms who had an 8-1 home win over Garibaldi. Ten Arches ‘B’ in fourth place are on the same 22 points as Brickmakers their win being 7-2 against Starving Rascal. Full Results:Week 13:- Bridge 4 Gate ‘B’ 5, Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 7 Fox Inn (Lye) 2, Ten Arches ‘B’ 7 Starving Rascal 2, Church Tavern 6 High Acres 3, Old Cat Inn (Wordsley) 7 Gigmill 2, Kingswinford Conservative Club 5 Bird (Wordsley) 4, Kingsiwnford Snooker Club 4 The Cross (Oldswinford) 5, The Swan 3 Stourbridge RBL 6, Brickmakers Arms 8 Garibaldi 1, Bird (Stourbridge) 5 Crestwood 4, Quarry Bank Conservative Club 3 Ten Arches ‘A’ 6, Gate ‘A’ 9 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 0.
The Brierley Hill Monday Night League produced a top of the table clash in week ten when leaders Bulls Head (Netherton) entertained second in the league Mount Pleasant, both teams on 16 points prior to the encounter. The result was a 6-3 win for Bulls Head to open up a two points lead at the top over both Mount Pleasant and Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club who after their 7-2 home win over Roebuck take over second place from Mount Pleasant on average. Delph Bell, Dudley Sports ‘B’ and Portway make up the top six teams all three of them winning to put them on 14 points, four off the top. Full Results:Week 10:- Bulls Head (Netherton) 6 Mount Pleasant 3, New Talbot 4 Portway 5, Lamp Tavern 4 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 5, Limes Club 4 The Swan 5, Brewers Wharf 4 Pensnett Liberal Club 5, Delph Bell 8 Blue Brick 1, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 7 Brickmakers Arms 2, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7 Roebuck 2.
With the end of the season fast approaching the titles for both division one and two in the South Birmingham League are still up for grabs. In division one a 5-4 win at Crown Arrows keeps Erdington Members Club in pole position with 22 points from 13 games and one to play while second placed Mackadown Social had a 7-2 win at Coleshill Social to keep them within two points of the leaders with two games remaining. The division two title could go to any one of the top three teams as The Gate are on 20 points, The Dog and The Bell are both on 18, all three teams have just one remaining fixture. Full Results:Match 13:Division One:- The Trident 4 (A.Cooksey 100, L.Buttle 102b, S.Hipkiss 140) Crown at Shard End 5 (G.Clinton 2x140,125,117,120b,9 darts game, S.Edwards 125, D.Clinton 125, T.Evans 121,100,104f, D.Smith 105b, S.Whatmore 100f), Coleshill Social 2 (S.Sweetman 2x100,110, G.Jones 100,111, L.Thompson 103b, C.Cooke 125,102, P.Bryant 100, B.Jones 107) Mackadown Social 7 (A.Sheen 105b,100,140, N.Parsonage 2x100,110,120b, D.Young 120b,100b, M.Heaven 140, M.Cooper 140,112b, G.James 2x100,113b, M.Noonan 125), Crown Arrows 4 (J.Gaskin 105, R.Vann 121,140, M.Bown 105b) Erdington Members Club 5 (S.Bird 156b, M.Birch 2x10 darts games,100,160b,128, J.Frost 100, M.McFall 100, J.Liggins 100,121,127, C.Millward 100, L.Barberan 100, M.Anwar 100, B.Cadby 2x100b,100,111), Division Two:- Kingfisher 4 (D.Green 100, S.Boden 125,100f, G.Shergold 100) The C's 5 (E.Williams 100,124, D.Flores 102b), The Bell 4 (N.Walker 100, T.Anderton 108b, B.Anderton 112b, C.Horsley 100,120, M.Osborne 137) The Dog 5 (M.Clayton 180, S.O'Brien 100, J.Kane 100,100b,131), Banbury Flights 2 (L.Walker 100b, M.Tiley 2x100,106, G.Davidson 100, D.Cooper 120b) The Gate 7 (P.Jones 127b, T.Moulineux 120,100,106, K.Russell 100, D.Downes 105,133, N.Groves 100, T.Barrs 100), Toby Jug 9 Smithswood Social 0 (walkover).
Dewdrop have fallen four points behind Island Inn, leaders of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League after going down 4-3 away to eighth in the table Ivy Bush. Island Inn took their unbeaten run to nine games with a 5-2 win at Old Court House while Old Hop Pole join Dewdrop on 14 points with a 4-3 home success against Horseley Tavern and trail Dewdrop by just one leg of average. Full Results:Week 9:- Waggon and Horses 2 The Vine 5, Old Hop Pole 4 Horseley.Tavern 3, Hayes Social 1 Merry-Go-Round 6, Wonder 4 New Talbot 3, Old Court House 2 Island Inn 5, Ivy Bush 4 Dewdrop 3.
The Silver End Sunday Morning League staged their Mickey Kelly Memorial Knockout and clinching the title with a final 5-0 win over Jamie Rollinson was Mickey’s son Liam Kelly. In the semi finals Kelly won 4-1 against Rob Pierce while Rollinson had a much closer 4-3 verdict over Rob Powers. Losing quarter finalists were G.Jackson, G.Davies, M.Davies and I.Mathers. Full Results:Mickey Kelly Memorial Knockout:Preliminary Round:- J.Truman 2 D.Wise.3, I.Davies.0 B.Perry 3, G.Davies 3 N.Hodgkiss 0, J.Rollinson 3 K.Breeze 1, R.Pierce 0 M.Rowley 3, M.Washington 1 R.Kelly 3, R.McDermott 0 M.Davies 3, S.Guest 3 P Nicholls 1, S.Oakley 0 L.Kelly 3, D.Cooper 2 M.Bottley 3, I.Mathers 3 P.Webb 1, B.Quigley 0 R.Colley 3, R.Powers – bye, B.Watts – bye, N.Walters – bye, G.Jackson – bye, Round One:- S.Guest 1 G.Davies 3, R.Kelly 0 G.Jackson 3, R.Colley 0 L.Kelly.3, B.Watts 0 J.Rollinson 3, R.Pierce 3 N.Walters 2, I.Mathers 1 D.Wise 3, R.Powers 3 B.Perry 2, M.Bottley 0 M.Davies 3, Quarter Finals:- R.Powers 3 G.Jackson 1, G.Davies 2 R.Pierce 3, L.Kelly 3 M.Davies 0, I.Mathers 0 J.Rollinson 3, Semi Finals:- Rob Powers 3 Jamie Rollinson 4, Rob Pierce 1 Liam Kelly 4, Final:- Jamie Rollinson 0 Liam Kelly 5.
Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ march on in the Rowley Monday Night League taking their unbeaten run to thirteen games with a 6-3 home win over Tividale FC and at the same time keeping intact their two points lead over second in the table The Bell who were 8-1 winners away to next to bottom of the table Windmills End. One time leaders and now third in the table Cradley Liberal Club fell a further two points behind the leaders, now trailing by eight points after a 6-3 defeat at Whiteheath Tavern. Full Results:Week 13:- Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 6 Tividale FC (J.Tart 180) 3, Fairfield 5 Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ (Jess Archer 158b,160f,9 darts game) 4, Haden Cross 3 Three Diamonds ‘X’ 6, Loyal Lodge 3 Yeltz Bar 6, Roost 4 Cottage 5, Three Diamonds 1 Ivy Bush 8, Whiteheath Tavern (Gary Baker 160b) 6 Cradley Liberal Club 3, Windmills End 1 The Bell (Peter Evans 180) 8.
Week two of the Netherton Thursday Night League has seen week one leaders Fairfield ousted from the top of the table and drop to fourth after a 6-3 defeat away to second placed Townsend Club. Taking over at the top of the table is Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club who move up from fourth following their 8-1 win at The Crown. In addition to Dudley Ex Serviceman’s and Townsend, The Bell are the only other undefeated team in the league, their latest win being 5-4 over Bulls Head. Full Results:Week 2:- The Crown 1 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 8, Townsend Club 6 Fairfield 3, The Bell 5 Bulls Head 4, Riddins Tavern 6 White Horse 3, Hill and Cakemore – bye.
Landywood ‘A’ leaders of the West Midlands Men’s Super League won a vital game when they beat their nearest rivals and reigning champions Crown ‘A’ 3-2 to open up a nine points gap between the two teams. With games fast running out the result could well be a title decider. Crown ‘A’ do have a game in hand but a 5-0 win would only net them seven points and still leave them trailing by two. Full Results:Match 25:- Staffordshire Knot 3 Bridgtown 2, Rowley Bar and Grill 0 The Pheasant 5, Landywood ‘A’ 3 Crown ‘A’ 2, Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 3 Pensnett Welfare Club 2, Olde Queens Head 1 Chillington 4, Crown ‘B’ 4 Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 1, Duke of York 2 Landywood ‘B’ 3, White Swan 1 Cabin 4, Ten Arches – bye.
In the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League Dog and Partridge, leaders of division two, are the only team able to boast a 100% win record as they added a 6-1 win over Pendulum to their tally in week eight to give them a two points buffer over both Wednesfield Legion and Shed. In division one Riley’s ‘C’ suffered their first defeat in eight when they lost 4-3 away to middle of the table Jack’s Bar but hold on to the number one spot with a two points advantage over second placed Riley’s ‘B’ and third in the table Sunbeam who have a game in hand. In the division one doubles league Riley’s ‘B’ top the table and have a four points lead over a chasing pack of four. Division two is close with Riley’s ‘D’ and Wednesfield Legion both on 14 points with Riley’s just one leg of average to the good. Full Results:Week 8:Singles League:Division One:- Boat 2 Victoria 5, Jack’s Bar 4 Riley’s ‘C’ 3, Pavilion 1 Riley’s ‘A’ 6, Riley’s ‘B’ 4 Bull 3, Wednesfield Conservative Club 4 Penn Bowling 3, Division Two:- Dog and Partridge 6 Pendulum 1, Riley’s ‘D’ 3 Wednesfield legion 4, Shed 4 Red Lion 3, Ukrainian Club 4 Bird in Hand 3, Woodfield Social 5 Royal 2, Yale Club 3 Roebuck 4, Doubles League:Division One:- Boat 1 Victoria 2, Jack’s Bar 1 Riley’s ‘C’ 2, Pavilion 1 Riey’s ‘A’ 2, Riley’s ‘B’ 2 Bull 1, Wednesfield Conservative Club 2 Penn Bowling 1, Division Two:- Dog and Partridge 3 Pendulum 0, Riley’s ‘D’ 2 Wednesfield Legion 1, Shed 2 Red Lion 1, Ukrainian Club 3 Bird in Hand 0, Woodfield Social 1 Royal 2, Yale Club 1 Roebuck 2.
A 4-3 home defeat by Brewood British Legion has seen Swan Compton lose the top position in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League and drop down to third place. Whitmore Reans WMC won 4-3 at home against Village Inn to replace Swan in pole position with a two points lead over ECC ‘A’, Swan Compton and Riley’s, ECC ‘A’ beating Moreton 4-3 and Riley’s winning 6-1 against ECC ‘B’. Full Results:Week 7:- Cleveland Arms 6 Bull 1, ECC ‘A’ 4 Moreton 3, Jones Road 4 Dog and Partridge 3, Riley’s 6 ECC ‘B’ 1, Swan Compton 3 Brewood British Legion 4, Whitmore Reans WMC 4 Village Inn 3.
The Wednesbury and Darlaston Wednesday Night League played off round one of their George Mitchell Cup, Black Horse with an 8-1 result over Churchills ‘B’ the rounds biggest winners while The Nutan and Staffordshire Knot won 7-2 in turn against Horse and Jockey and Red Lion, English Oak had a more moderate 5-4 win over Churchills ‘A’ Full Results:George Mitchell Cup:Round One:- Horse and Jockey 2 The Nutan 7, English Oak 5 Churchills ‘A’ 4, Churchills ‘B’ 1 Black Horse 8, Red Lion 2 Staffordshire Knot 7.
by Alan Towe Website: www.alantowedarts.co.uk