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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 new Sheldon Heath Social Dukes In House League staged their very first knockout cup with all of the rounds leading up to the final being a do or die one leg shoot out. The first of the semi finals saw Paul Curry, after wins over Lee Molyneux and Rob Hicks account for Steve Groves to book his place in the final while from the other half of the draw Perry Pudge made his way to the final by taking out Phil Ashford and Chris Cotter. The final was extend to the best of three legs and went the full distance with Paul Curry recording scores of 3x100 and 140 while Perry Pudge hit 140 and 2x100, the 2-1 result going in favour of Paul Curry. Full Results:Knockout Cup:Preliminary Round:- Lee Molyneux 0 Paul Curry (100) 1, Mick Hicks 0 Steve Groves 1, Phil Ashford (120b,100) 1 Paul Sunner (126) 0, Dave Field 1 Gary Groves (100) 0, Adam Plows 0 Chris Cotter (100) 1, Quarter Finals:- Mark O’Donnell 0 Chris Cotter (100) 1, Paul Curry (100b) 1 Rob Hicks 0, Steve Groves 1 Dave Field (100) 0, Phil Ashford (120) 0 Perry Pudge 1, Semi Finals:- Paul Curry (140,100) 1 Steve Groves 0, Perry Pudge (2x100) 1 Chris Cotter (2x100) 0, Final:- Perry Pudge (140,2x100) 1 Paul Curry (3x100,140) 2.
Mark Gwalchmai continued his fine start to the new season in the Shirley Red Lion Premier League adding a 4-0 success against Mikey Harris and a 3-1 win over Adam Stuart to take him into pole position with 15 points from his opening four games, at the same time keeping intact his 100% win record. Only one other player in the starting line up of thirty players is able to boast an unbeaten four games and that is second placed Steve Sidwell who had 4-0 wins against Noreen Harris and Luke Coles to take his points tally to 14 just one short of Gwalchmai. Third place is shared by Mick Bown and league newcomer Phil Thomas, Bown didn’t play this week as he played four games in week one in which he won three and drew the other, Thomas had a 3-1 win over Tim Lowe and followed that with a 4-0 success against another new player to the league George Drennan, Bown and Thomas both have 12 points. The £5 prize for the week’s highest finish went to Mike Forsyth who despite losing 3-1 to Brian Lawton checked out on 109 in his one winning leg. Only one maximum was recorded on the night and that was achieved by Chris Thomas in his 2-2 draw with Lee Harris. Full Results:Week 2:- Chris Thomas 0 Adam Stuart 4, Chris Thomas snr 2 George Drennan 2, Jack Nason 1 Mike Forsyth 3, Brian Lawton 1 Paul Higgins 3, Luke Coles 2 Jordan Ottley 2, Andy Thomas 1 Steve Heeks 3, Mikey Harris 0 Mark Gwalchmai 4, Mark Cater 4 Dave Fisher 0, Phil Thomas 3 Tim Lowe 1, Tony Daly 1 Dave Heighway 3, Antony Daly 2 Mark Henderson 2, Steve Sidwell 4 Noreen Harris 0, Tom Bent 2 Lee Harris 2, Ken Hopton 4 Lee Holtham 0, George Drennan 0 Phil Thomas 4, Paul Higgins 1 Tony Daly 3, Adam Stuart 1 Mark Gwalchmai 3, Steve Sidwell 4 Luke Coles 0, Antony Daly 3 Jack Nason 1, Lee Holtham 3 Mark Cater 1, Lee Harris 2 Chris Thomas (180) 2, Mikey Harris 0 Tom Bent 4, Dave Fisher 0 Ken Hopton (17 darts game) 4, Noreen Harris 0 Andy Thomas 4, Mike Forsyth (109f) 1 Brian Lawton 3, Jordan Ottley 1 Steve Heeks 3, Mark Henderson 2 Dave Heighway 2, Tim Lowe 1 Chris Thomas snr 3, Luke Coles 2 Jack Nason 2, George Drennan 0 Paul Higgins (16 darts game) 4, Adam Stuart 4 Lee Holtham 0, Lee Harris 1 Mikey Harris 3, Dave Fisher 4 Noreen Harris 0.
The top two teams in group two of the South Birmingham League Pavillions and The Dog played each other in week six, the result finished all square at 4-4 which was enough to keep Pavillions at the top of the table with 10 points from six games but saw The Dog drop from second to third with 7 points from five games. Taking over the number two spot is Iron Horse who took their points tally to 8 with a convincing 7-1 win at The Kingfisher. In group three leaders Erdington Members Club handed out an 8-0 whitewash to their hosts Smithswood Social while second placed Mackadown Social were not far behind with a 7-1 win away to C’s Arrows to keep within two points of Erdington. Full Results:Week 6:Group One:- The Bell 6 (N.Warner 121, N.Walker 4x100,102, B.Anderton 3x100,104) The C's Flights 2 (C.Meigh 116, R.Beale 100), Group Two:- Pavillions 4 (N.Jackson 100, J.Buttle 3x100, M.Barnes 100, T.Warrillow 115,140,180) The Dog 4 (J.Fathers 3x100, P.Richards 4x100, M.Clayton 3x100,2x140), The Trident 4 (N.Groves 4x100,140, C.Walton 3x100, M.Naylor 3x100,122,125, S.Hipkiss 2x100,105) Toby Jug 4 (P.Round 100, I.Beattie 100,122,136f, A.McSwiggan 3x100,120, D.Revitt 125), The Kingfisher 1 (G.Shergold 2x100,134, D.Green 100, R.Mills 140, M.Jay 100) Iron Horse 7 (R.Earl 3x100, J.Evans 2x100, T.Rainsford 100,140, R.Parry 100, P.Byrne 100), Group Three:- Smithswood Social 0 (P.Cobley 125, S.King 121, N.Wilson 121) Erdington Members Club 8 (M.Birch 100,140,139, J.Frost 3x100, B.Liggins 100, M.McFall 2x100,140,112f,113,134, J.Liggins 2x100, L.Barberan 128), Crown at Shard End 4 (M.Walker 100,2x121,13 darts game, P.Kingdon 123, D.Smith 114, T.Evans 140,2x100) Coleshill Social 4 (P.Bryant 3x100,180, C.Cooke 2x100,125, S.Sweetman 100, N.McCrave 140, B.Jones 2x100,140), C's Arrows 1 (G.Meredith 2x140,121, P.Harvey 100, K.Geary 140,120,100, S.Healy 2x100,180) Mackadown Social 7 (N.Parsonage 4x100,177, D.Young 3x100, M.Cooper 100, C.Henn 2x100, G.James 100,140, J.Cabena 140), Mini League:- Chelmsley Conservative Club 8 legs (L.Walker 100, M.Tilley 118, A.Shingler 180) The Raven 16 legs (J.Whitehouse 100,123, A.Whitehouse 110b, T.Whitehouse 100,128b,114).
Only two league results from the Forest of Arden Summer League and both of them finished with an 8-1 scoreline. League leaders Journeys End defeated Crown Arrows to put them on 12 points and keep them ahead of their local rivals Journeys End Flights on average, Flights also have a game in hand. In the other game played Greville Arrows beat Highwood Arms to see them take over from Crown Arrows in fourth place. Full Results:Week 7:- Journeys End 8 (D.Evans 2x100,122,110f, P.Kingdon 100, R.Lawrence 121,117,2x101,114f, G.Clinton 2x125,140, L.Barberan 3x140,3x100, S.Whatmore 121,101,100, S.Kingdon 3x100,125,180) Crown Arrows 1 (J.Gaskin 136,131, R.Brown jnr 3x100,125,118, S.Brown 121, R.Brown snr 3x100,125,137, M.Bown 100, R.Jelley 4x100,140,180, K.Depper 135), Greville Arrows 8 (M.Mitchell 140,100, D.Ryecroft 2x125,2x100,140, C.Okey 100, K.Duggan 125,2x100,140, D.Duggan 5x100,2x140,137, C.Burns 121) Highwood Arms 1 (A.Thurman 100, A.Hawkins 100, K.Hull 129, B.Anderton 2x100, N.Walker 121), Mini League:- Highwood KB 18 legs Chelmsley Town 0 legs.
In the latest round of fixtures in the Kings Norton League E57 were the only losers in the top six teams. Playing away against second in the table West Heath, E57 lost 5-2 and although they have games in hand on all three of the teams above them they are four points behind third in the table Stirchley United who were 5-2 winners at Grant Arms. Table toppers Hillyfields ‘B’ took their unbeaten run to 24 games with an emphatic 7-0 win at Coldstream to keep them eight points to the good on their nearest rivals West Heath who have played the same 24 games. Full Results:Match 25:- Coldstream 0 (B.Andrews 100,135,K.Nolan 100) Hillyfields ‘B’ 7 (E.Simpson 100,140, J.Hykin 3x140,180, K.Bedder 2x100,125, V.Gould 3x100,123, J.Best 2x100,121,140, T.Hamilton 2x100, R.Mann 100, K.Bedder 180), Grant Arms 2 (S.Seery 3x100,120,123, G.Purnell 2x100,180, N.Kelly 2x100,125, V.Walton 100, M.Kearney 121) Stirchley United 5 (C.Price 100, B.Thomas 140, T.Cullen 2x100,121,135, D.Collins 100,121,140,15 darts game, S.Riddick 100, C.Ryan 125, T.Bathurst 100), Hillyfields ‘A’ 6 (K.Drain 3x100,180, L.Fox 2x100, M.Varley 100,114, A.Harvey 2x100, M.Poolton 3x100, Joe Fox 100,140, K.Vaughan 100, John Fox 100, G.Wilkes 121) Bear and Staff 1 (N.Harris 180, K.Jukes 100,123,140, B.Crumpton 101, M.Malone 116), Cotteridge Social 4 (P.Taylor 2x100,137, M.Ellis 140, Matt Ivory 100,140, J.O'Neill 2x100, A.Faulkner 2x100, S.Brookes 125, B.Faulkner 180) Rubery RBL 3 (I.Medlicott 100,140,180,16 darts game, S.Hodges 100, R.Packer 2x100,121, M.Pierce 100), Weoley Hill 3 (L.Allen 100, M.Lloyd 100,137,2x140, A.Meredith 100,125, L.Wallace 100, P.Wallace 100,125, J.Brookes 125) Toby Jug Flights 4 (D.Kent 110,2x140, S.Knowles 100, J.Higgins 100, G.Smith 114,120,133, R.Higgins 100,140, K.White 2x100,132), West Heath 5 (P.Hughes 100,140, T.Shipley 3x100, A.Sutton 2x100, C.Airey 2x100, W.Webb 3x100,180, K.Hall 2x100,125, M.Fletcher 2x100,139, W.Marshall 100, S.Deeley 100) E57 2 (J.Calt 100,121,140, D.Logan 3x100, T.Roberts 2x100,133,140, N.Porter 2x100,140, B.Bonas 100,140, A.Rickard 4x100,125,2x140, M.Ellis 100, S.Nolan 100), Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club 7 (M.Musto 100,140, S.Corbett 100, S.Carr 100, K.Gater 100,121, S.Brown 100,105, M.Bloomer 2x140,180) Billesley 0 (P.Jones 120, P.Bond 100, T.Shaw 125).
It’s tight at the top of the Small Heath League with both of the top two teams recording big wins in week fifteen. Leaders East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association won their home tie with Wagon and Horses 8-1 and joining them on the same 26 points is second in the table Gulp Tribe who went one better with a 9-0 success against Emerald Club but still trail the top team on average. Full Results:Week 17:- Heartlands Club 7 (Jim Frost 140,100,120b, Alex Downes 100, Gerry McCormack 100, John Frost 101b,110f, Steve Cain 100b,122f, Ian Jones 120b, Matthew Cain 121,100) Cob’s Bar 2 (Ashley Lattimer 125,100, Mark Turner 123), East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association 8 (Les Robinson 121,100, Nigel Davies 135,100, Colin Wyatt 3x100, Terry Webster 100) Wagon and Horses 1 (Con Murphy 123,3x100, Alan Cheshire 120), Gulp Tribe 9 (Mick Tilley 140,100b,118b,8 darts game, John Pipps 100, Neil Parsonage 140,2x100,112b, Richard Cooper 126, Matthew Cooper 140,138,100, Dave Heighway 2x100,160b, Micky O’Sullivan 116,114) Emerald Club 0 (M.Fisher 100, R.Fisher 120b,101b, K.Willis 109).
Erdington Club moved one step nearer the division two title in the Sutton and District Summer League when they won 7-2 against Boldmere Tap to give them 18 points with two games to play. Second and third placed Red Lion and Boot played each other and the 7-2 win for Red Lion leaves them two points adrift of Erdington Club but six ahead of Boot who have three fixtures remaining compared to Red Lion’s two. Pint Pot Flights made it two wins in nine when they got the better of their hosts Erdington Arrows with a 6-3 result. Full Results:Week 11:Division Two:- Erdington Arrows 3 Pint Pot Flights 6, Boldmere Tap 2 Erdington Club 7, Boot 2 Red Lion 7.
Yardley Wood did their division two title hopes no harm whatsoever in the South West Birmingham Clubs League when they won 7-0 away to Longbridge Flights who are currently bottom of the division. Second and third placed Bartley Green FC ‘B’ and West Heath Warriors played each other on the former’s board and it was the hosts Bartley Green FC ‘B’ who got the 5-2 verdict to keep them within two points of top side Yardley Wood with a game in hand and four points ahead of their opponents. In division three the two ladies teams played against each other, the close 4-3 win going to Longbridge Ladies and leaving the home side Stirchley Ladies still seeking their first points of the season. Leaders of the division Selly Oak Flights had a 6-1 win at Bartley Green FC ‘A’ to stay four points ahead of the rest of the field. Full Results:Week 7:Division One:- CEM West Heath 4 (S.Deeley 100b,100, D.Field 100, C.Airey 125, T.Hill 100, J.Gargan 100, K.Hall 100b,2x100, R.Hosey 100b) Rubery RBL 3 (S.Wheeldon 100b,2x100, K.Vaughan 100,125, A.Faulkner 100, S.Hodges 100), Bournbrook 2 (D.Collins 121, J.Warman 100, P.Nevin 100,121) Greenlands 5 (M.Ellis 100, B.Bonas 100b,100f, M.Musto 160b,120b,123, B.Andrews 133, A.Deeley 100, M.Ferriday 100), Division Two:- Lomgbridge Flights 0 (S.Facey 103) Yardley Wood 7 (D.Palmer 108b,100, M.O’Donnel 2x100, B.Johnson 134, D.Morris 121), Bartley Green FC ‘B’ 5 West Heath Warriors 2, Division Three:- Stirchley Ladies 3 (S.Turner 100) Longbridge Ladies 4, Bartley Green FC ‘A’ 1 (A.Ingram 140, J.Perkins 100b, K.Young 100) Selly Oak Flights 6 (P.Wilson 100, L.Stanwell 105, R.Donohue 136b,100).
With one game to spare What’s The Point with a 26-22 win over The Untouchables have clinched the Winmau Centre Monday League title. Second in the table Just The Tip were 33-15 winners against Oche Dokie giving them a total of 534 points and the runners up spot as they have now completed their fixture card. Despite their defeat The Untouchables with one game to go will finish third as with 501 points they are 63 ahead of their nearest rivals Utter Nutters. Full Results:Week 17:- Unleashed Warrior 8 Utter Nutters 40, Just Tthe Tip 33 Oche Dokie 15, The Untouchables 22 What’s The Point 26, Make Mine A Double 17 Keep It In The Family 31.
With Hay Mills Social Club Lions having their fixture with Holy Gulp cancelled in the Camp Hill League Cotterills Lane Club opened up a four points lead at the top of the table over Hay Mills with a 7-0 win against Wagon and Horses. Full Results:Week 16:- Cotterills Lane Club 7 Wagon and Horses 0, Emerald Club 2 Devil’s Club 5, Tyseley WMC 5 New Inn 2, Station Wagon 2 Eagle and Ball 5.
The Pip Club League staged the finals of their Challenge Cups, the division one title went to Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) after beating Globe Trotters in the final, both teams recorded a maximum score Mark Martin finding the three treble twenties for Bulls Head and Wayne Macken for Globe Trotters. In the division two cup Royal Oak took the honours with a final victory over Globe (Wilnecote). Full Results:Challenge Cup:Finals:Division One:- Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth, Mark Martin 180) beat Globe Trotters (Wayne Macken 180), Division Two:- Royal Oak beat Globe (Wilnecote).
Two of the top three teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League lost in match number 21. Leaders Ten Arches ‘A’ lost for the first time this season in 20 games going down 6-3 at home to eighth in the table Bird (Wordsley). Also losing were Gate ‘B’ who finished on the wrong side of a 5-4 result at Brickmakers Arms, the two teams swapping places in the table Gate going from third to fourth and Brickmakers from fourth to third. Full Results:Match 21:- Bridge (Kingswinford) 6 Old Cat (Wordsley) 3, Garibaldi 4 Stourbridge RBL 5, Kingswinford Conservative Club 4 Church Tavern 5, Kingswinford Snooker Club 1 Ten Arches ‘B’ 8, Ten Arches ‘A’ 3 Bird (Wordsley) 6, The Swan 2 Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 7, Brickmakers Arms 5 Gate ‘B’ 4, Gate ‘A’ 4 Queens 5, Bird (Stourbridge) 7 Fox Inn (Lye) 2, Quarry Bank Conservative Club 7 Starving Rascal 2, Crestwood and Hare and Hounds ‘A’ both had a bye.
The Winmau Darts Centre in the Wolverhampton Indoor Community Sports Area, Racecourse Road, WV6 0QU will be staging the second in the series of their Thursday Night Knockouts tomorrow night (3rd August) and for just a £5 entry fee there will be a guaranteed £100 prize for the winner plus in addition all entry fees will paid out in prize money. Registrations will be accepted from 5.30pm onwards with match play beginning at 7.30pm. Everyone is invited to enter including county and professional players.
Two big results for the top two teams in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League as leaders Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club won 7-2 at Brickmakers Arms and second placed Bulls Head (Netherton) beat Brewers Wharf 9-0 to put both winning teams on 30 points. Mount Pleasant fell two points behind the leading pair as they lost their home tie with fourth in the table Delph Bell 6-3. There was also a defeat for Pensnett Liberal Club who drop one place in the table to sixth after their 8-1 reversal away to seventh in the table Swan. Full Results:Week 19:- New Talbot 8 Limes Club 1, Bulls Head (Netherton) 9 Brewers Wharf 0, Brickmakers Arms 2 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 7, Mount Pleasant 3 Delph Bell 6, Portway 5 Blue Brick 4, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 7 Roebuck 2, The Swan 8 Pensnett Liberal Club 1, Lamp Tavern 4 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5.
Cradley Liberal Club were the only losers in the top three teams in the Rowley Monday Night League when they were beaten 8-1 away to leaders The Bell who hang on to their two points advantage over second placed Ex Serviceman’s ‘A’ afater they won 6-3 against Fairfield. Ivy Bush had a 5-4 win at The Cottage to take them up one place in the table to third. Full Results:Week 21:- Cottage 4 Ivy Bush 5, Cradley Liberal Club (Ian Hartland 180) 1 Bell 8, Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ (Kalvin Chambers 8 darts game) 6 Fairfield (Simon (WBA) Booton 152b) 3, Loyal Lodge 2 Three Diamonds 7, Roost S.Edmunds 180) 8 Windmills End 1, Three Diamonds ‘X’ 3 Tividale FC 6, Whiteheath Tavern 6 Haden Cross 3, Yeltz Bar 4 Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 5.
Twelve teams make up the new season for the Brierley Hill Friday Night League and of the six games played in the opening week four of them finished with a 6-1 result with wins for Brickmakers Arms ‘A’, Miners (Wollescote), Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ and Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ at the expense of Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’, Fox Inn ‘A’ (Lye), Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ and Britannia. There was a 5-2 win for Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ against Delph Bell and Fox Inn ‘B’ (Lye) beat Dudley Sports 4-3. Full Results:Week 1:- Pensnett Welfare Club ‘A’ 6 Brittania 1, Fox Inn ‘A’ (lye) 1 Miners (Wollescote) 6, Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 6 Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 1, Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 6 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 1, Dudley Sports 3 Fox Inn ‘B’ (Lye) 4, Delph Bell 2 Pensnett Welfare Club ‘B’ 5.
Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club had a relatively comfortable 6-3 win over next to bottom of the table Hill and Cakemore in the Netherton Thursday Night League to hold on to a nine points lead at the top of the table. Second placed Riddins Tavern won 5-4 at third in the table Delph Bell to give them a three points lead over their opponents, however Delph Bell have two games in hand on the two teams above them. Full Results:Match 12:- Bulls Head 6 The Crown 3, White Horse 4 Townsend Club 5, The Bell 4 Riddins Tavern 5, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club 6 Hill and Cakemore 3, Fairfield had a bye.
After the first six games in the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League only average separates the top two teams, Ashwood ‘A’ after a 7-0 win at Glasscutters top the table with a maximum 12 points followed by Brickmakers Arms who won 5-2 at Ten Arches ‘A’ and the only other team to have won all six games so far is third in the table Wombourne Cricket Club whose latest game saw them win 4-3 at home against The Bell. Full Results:Match 6:- Hare and Hounds 5 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 2, Wombourne Cricket Club 4 The Bell 3, Gate Hangs Well 3 Netherton Cricket Club 4, Park Lane Tavern 0 Fox Inn (Lye) 7, Glasscutters 0 Ashwood ‘A’ 7, Ten Arches ‘A’ 2 Brickmakers Arms 5, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 3 Stourbridge RBL 4, The Swan 6 Station Inn 1, Ashwood ‘B’ 5 Ten Arches ‘B’ 2.
The Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League played their division one Riley’s Cup down to the last sixteen players and winning through were, Jimmy Handley, Lee Cook, Joe Cook, Dave Cook (Riley’s ‘B’), Paul Walters, Paul Boddison, Nigel Turner, Les Marson (Riley’s ‘A’), Kev Jones, Tony Durnall, John O’Kane, Craig Hampton (Jack’s Bar), Dave Simcock, Dennis Pilcher, James Daly, Paul Kennedy (Sunbeam). Full Results:Riley’s Cup:Division One Qualifiers:- Jimmy Handley, Lee Cook, Joe Cook, Dave Cook (Riley’s ‘B’), Paul Walters, Paul Boddison, Nigel Turner, Les Marson (Riley’s ‘A’), Kev Jones, Tony Durnall, John O’Kane, Craig Hampton (Jack’s Bar), Dave Simcock, Dennies Pilcher, James Daly, Paul Kennedy (Sunbeam).
Neil Steventon is third on 76 points after his 5-0 victory over Richard Barrett, Steventon hitting a 180 and recording a fourteen darts leg in the process. Division two produced the performance of the night, the accolade going to divisional leader Mark Bayliss who beat Stuart Stanton 5-0 in which he hit a maximum and had checkouts of 112 and 155. Full Results:Week 19:League One:- Alister Duncan 0 Tommy Johnson 5, Loz Slater 4 Adam Hill 2, Richard Hill 2 Steve Carey 3, Vince Bayliss 2 Richard Duncan 3, Richard Swinden 3 Tony Duncan 2, Trevor Collier 3 Richard Reed 2, Richard Barrett 0 Neil Steventon 5, Mark Adams 1 Doug Richmond 4, Week 3:League Two:- John Simpson 0 Ash Portman 5, Anthony Williams 4 Pete Harrold 1, Jason Clarke 2 Jason Tromans 3, Mark Bayliss 5 Stuart Stanton 0.
There was a 4-3 win at Village Inn for ECC ‘A’ table toppers in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League while second placed Whitmore Reans WMC were 5-2 winners against Swan Compton whose defeat sees them drop from fourth to sixth in the table. Cleveland Arms are third their 4-3 defeat against Riley’s leaving them on 26 points, ten off the top and eight behind Whitmore. Full Results:Week 20:- Bull 5 Brewood British Legion 2, Dog and Partridge 2 Moreton 5, ECC ‘B’ 3 Jones Road 4, Riley’s 4 Cleveland Arms 3, Village Inn 3 ECC ‘A’ 4, Whitmore Reans WMC 5 Swan Compton 2.
The Nutan have taken their points tally at the top of the Wednesbury and Darlaston Wednesday Night League to 26 after beating third in the table Staffordshire Knot ‘A 6-3 and have a four points lead over second placed Black Horse who won 5-4 away to Horse and Jockey. Full Results:Week 17:- Horse and Jockey 4 Black Horse 5, English Oak 4 Churchills ‘A’ 5, Churchills ‘B’ 4 Staffordshire Knot ‘B’ 5, The Nutan 6 Staffordshire Knot ‘A’ 3.
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