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Article: A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

A West Midlands Round Up By Alan Towe

Leaders of the Shirley and District Monday Night League Highwood had a bye in week eighteen and the chasing pack and nearest six rival teams took full advantage to reduce the arrears as they all won. Nevertheless Highwood remain top of the table on 30 from 16 games while second placed Red Lion, who won 8-1 at home against Saracens Misfits have 28 points from 17 games. Third and fourth in the league The Wharf and The Bears after seventeen games are also on 28 points and in turn won 7-2 against Legionnaires and 8-1 away to Shirley Spartac. Legion Flights and The Lodge both have 24 points following their wins in turn over Legion Royals (6-3) and Sharmans Cross (9-0). Making up the top seven teams is Cider House whose 8-1 win away to Saracens Jesters puts them on 22 points. With all of the chasing teams winning there was no positional changes in the table whatsoever this week. Full Results:Week 18:- Red Lion (John Sidwell 180,15 & 17 darts games) 8 Saracens Misfits 1, Shirley Spartac 1 The Bears 8, Plume of Feathers 5 Blue Bell 4, Legion Flights (Brian Lawton 127f) 6 Legion Royals 3, The Wharf 7 Legionnaires 2, Sharmans Cross 0 The Lodge 9, Saracens Jesters 1 Cider House 8, Highwood had a bye.
Three division one fixtures were played in the Four Oaks and District Winter League and all three finished with close 5-4 results. Top team The Boat at 4-1 up were cruising to victory against Boldmere St Mikes but then lost the next two games to lead 4-3 and with two 15 darts legs of 501 including a 180 from A.Kimberley the fixture was taken to the very last game. Boat then rescued the tie when they won the final game 2-1 despite a 180 from Boldmere’s M.Wild. Second in the division and on the same unbeaten 8 points as Boat, Old Oscott Arrows took their winning run to four games with a win over Red Lion while Pint Pot Flights chalked up their first win of the season when they won at The Boot. In the second division both St Thomas’s Social Club and Erdington Arrows won 6-3 against respective opponents Bishop Vesey and Oscott Social to put both teams on 8 points with St Thomas’s staying just ahead of Erdington on average. Third placed Fox took the final game to secure a 5-4 win at Drakes Drum and keep within two points of the leading duo. Similar to division one all of the games played in division three had 5-4 scorelines leaders Oscott Sports winning at St Thomas’s Arrows to keep them two points ahead of second placed Rosey Mac’s who beat The Digby. Full Results:Game 5:Division One:- Old Oscott Arrows 5 (D.Parsons 140,100, A.Lea 121,2x100) Red Lion 4 (M.Wilde 100, S.Larvin 4x100, S.Bird 100, M.Gaughan 125, B.Hughes 146b,2x100), The Boat 5 (K.Deeley 108b, M.Partridge 115b,2x100, K.Reynolds 120b,2x100, J.Prince 112b,2x100, S.Harvey 105, N.Clarke 2x100b,100, M.Archer 140,100) Boldmere St Mikes 4 (J.Liggins 121,100, B.Linnecor 122, M.Wild 120b,2x100b,100,140,180, C.Millward 100,140,15 darts game, A.Kimberley 121,180,15 darts game), The Boot 4 (I.Taylor 100, T.Taylor 100b, G.Gaughan 125, G.Baxter 105b, T.Tyrie 120b,100,104b, J.Kavanagh 103b,123,113,140, C.Fleuren 100b,100) Pint Pot Flights 5 (R.Mercer 125, M.Bagnall 5x100, J.Moon 125, B.Godfray 2x100), Division Two:- Bishop Vesey 3 (S.Abbott 120, V.Kaloudis 120b,105b, M.Hall 100, N.Smallwood 120b,2x100, N.Sammons 105b, C.Sammons 140,100, D.Walton 100,121,140) St Thomas’s Social Club 6 (D.Watkins 100, I.Lloyd 100, T.Kelly 140,100, M.Corfield 2x160b,140, I.Matthews 100,126), Erdington Arrows 6 (J.West 2x100, R.Bazeley 100, M.Edwards 100, A.Ashford 100, M.Phillips 100, S.Coates 100) The Oscott Social 3 (P.Willis 100, G.Bushell 137, D.Shannon 112b, P.Graham 2x100,180, A.Whitehouse 100, R.Barritt 100, D.Haskins 121), Drakes Drum 4 (J.Clarke 116b,145,121,140,100,9 darts game, J.Mahon 108b,2x100, A.Day 100, A.Lilley 108b,120,140) The Fox 5 (S.Hughes 101b,125,109b,125,140, K.Green 105b,3x100,125, R.Stanton 100,136, W.Cadby 121,140, S.Wilson 120b,100, M.Horacek 100), Division Three:- Rosey Mac’s 5 (F.Harris 117, J.Cox snr 120,100, D.Jarvis snr 112b,132,100, S.Wright 121, R.Lloyd 112b) The Digby 4 (G.Wood 160b,3x100,140, D.Thompson 2x100, L.Cooksey 120b), St Thomas’s Arrows 4 Oscott Sports 5, Golden Hind, Boldmere Tap and Sutton Sports and Social Club all had a bye.
The Small Heath League had their Jim Haveron 3 A-Side Knockout on the agenda but actually ran out of time to complete the four quarter finals and only three were played in which Heartlands Club ‘C’ won 5-4 against Cob’s Bar ‘B’, Heartlands Club ‘B’ beat Wagon and Horses ‘B’ 6-3 and Heartlands Club ‘A’ lost 7-2 to East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association ‘B’. The one outstanding game between Sheldon Marlborough Arrows ‘A’ and East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association ‘A’ is to be played at a later date. Full Results:Jim Haveron 3 A-Side Knockout:Preliminary Round:- Cob’s Bar ‘A’ 0 Heartlands Club ‘B’ 9 (I.Jones 120b, S.McCormack 157), Sheldon MarlboroughArrows ‘A’ 5 (M.Tilley 105, J.Phipps 100) Emerald Club 4 (G.Daly 101b,100, A.Fisher 137,138, P.Hopkins 101), Last Sixteen:- Sheldon Marlborough Flights ‘C’ 4 (R.Pikey 100, P.Evans 140) Wagon and Horses ‘B’ 5 (A.Pearson 100, M.Looby 100), Sheldon Marlborough Flights ‘A’ 4 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association ‘A’ 5 (N.Davis 100, L.Wyatt 125, T.White 100,121), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows ‘C’ 1 East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association ‘B’ 8, Heartlands Club ‘C’ 5 Emerald Club ‘B’ 4, Heartlands Club ‘A’ 5 Wagon and Horses ‘A’ 4 (C.Murphy 100,103,140), Wagon and Horses ‘B’ 3 Heartlands Club ‘B’ 6 (I.Jones 140, S.McCormack 140, G.McCormack 100,100b), East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association ‘C’ 4 (C.Wyatt 3x100, Martin Cooper 100b,100, P.Webster 132,105b) Sheldon Marlborough Arrows ‘A’ 5 (M.Tilley 100b, J.Phipps 112b), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows ‘B’ 3 (M.Wyatt 100) Cob’s Bar ‘B’ 6, Quarter Finals:- Heartlands Club ‘C’ 5 (D.Bons 120b,100, A.Downes 100, C.Austin 120b,100) Cob’s Bar ‘B’ 4 (M.Turner 120b), Heartlands Club ‘B’ 6 (I.Jones 105b, G.McCormack 140) Wagon and Horses ‘B’ 3 (M.Looby 100), Heartlands Club ‘A’ 2 (Jim Frost 100b,2x100) East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association ‘B’ 7 (N.Parsonage 125,140, Matt Cooper 100), Sheldon Marlborough Arrows ‘A’ v East Birmingham Allotment Holders Association ‘A’ still to be played.
Week three of the Shirley Premier League saw Thomas Bent retain his top spot. After going down 3-1 to Pete Silver Bent recovered to win 4-0 against Jordan Ottley to give him a total of 21 points from seven games and a lead of three over Mark Henderson who has moved up into second place following his 3-1 wins over both Mark Gwalchmai and Kevin Graver. Mark is just one point to the good on four players, Antony Daly, Dave Heighway, Phil Thomas and Sam Hicks, Daly having 3-1 wins over Jack Barrows and Brian Lawton while Heighway won his first game against Derek Harper 4-0 and then lost 3-1 to Mark Gwalchmai. Phil Thomas also had mixed fortunes as he won 3-1 against Chris Thomas jnr and then lost by the same margin to John Smyth and Sam Hicks finished all square at 2-2 with both Colin Geens and John O’Sullivan. Just one ton plus finish on the night which saw John Smyth checking out on 114 in his win over Phil Thomas to clinch the week’s £5 prize for the highest finish. There were 180’s from Mark Henderson, Steve Harper and Chris Thomas jnr. Full Results:Week 3:- Sean Talbot 2 John Smyth 2, Trevor Carter 4 Dave Barrows 0, Ken Hopton 4 Kevin Graver 0, Mark Gwalchmai 1 Mark Henderson (180) 3, Thomas Bent 1 Pete Silver 3, Antony Daly 3 Jack Barrows 1, Gary Cleverley 3 John O’Sullivan 1, Paul Harper 3 Brian Lawton 1, Chris Thomas jnr 1 Phil Thomas 3, Derek Harper 0 Dave Heighway 4, Sam Hicks 2 Colin Geens 2, Thomas Bent 4 Jordan Ottley 0, Trevor Carter 3 Jordan Ottley 1, Derek Harper 0 Steve Harper (180) 4, Steve Harper 1 Paul Harper 3, Sean Talbot 2 Chris Thomas jnr 2, Pete Silver 4 Dave Barrows 0, Jack Barrows 0 Gary Cleverley 4, Brian Lawton 1 Antony Daly 3, Colin Geens 2 Ken Hopton 2, Mark Henderson 3 Kevin Graver 1, Dave Heighway 1 Mark Gwalchmai 3, John Smyth (114f) 3 Phil Thomas 1, John O’Sullivan 2 Sam Hicks 2, Trevor Carter 3 Pete Silver 1, Chris Thomas jnr (180) 1 Gary Cleverley 3, Ken Hopton 3 Steve Harper 1.
With a fixture free week the Camp Hill League decided to hold a charity night at the Sheldon Marlborough Cricket Club in memory of the league’s former chairman John Young. Despite a poor turnout a fantastic amount of £135 was raised and will be donated in John's memory to a local dogs trust.
With only two more fixtures to play in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ virtually guaranteed themselves the winner’s trophy when they won their home tie with fourth in the table Mount Pleasant 6-3. The win has taken the Ex Serviceman’s points tally to 54 and with the three teams just below them all losing they have a four point’s advantage plus a superior average. Second in the table Bulls Head (Netherton) fell four points short of the Ex Serviceman’s Club when they surprisingly lost their home tie with Rose and Crown 5-4, Rose and Crown some six places below them and have 16 points fewer. Bulls Head are the only team now who could possibly take the title off Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ but it would need big wins for them and big defeats for the Ex Serviceman’s. With a 6-3 win at Pensnett Liberal Club, Dudley Sports ‘A’ have taken over third place from Delph Bell who lost by the same 6-3 margin at the Swan who are eleventh in the table. Mount Pleasant’s defeat has seen them drop one place to fifth. Full Results:Week 32:- Pensnett Liberal Club 3 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 6, Portway 4 Brickmakers Arms 5, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 7 Limes Club 2, Bulls Head (Netherton) 4 Rose and Crown 5, Swan 6 Delph Bell 3, Fox and Grapes 3 Lamp Tavern 6, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’ 6 Mount Pleasant 3, Bulland Bladder 8 Roebuck 1, KingWilliam 1 Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B’ 8.
The Netherton Thursday Night League played the finals of their League Shadow Cup and in a game that went to a last leg decider it was league runners up Riddins Tavern who got the very close 5-4 verdict over Delph Bell. Just one rearranged league fixture was played in which Bulls Head won 7-2 at Netherton Conservative Club to lift them over Fairfield on average and finish fourth in the table on the same 45 points as Fairfield. Full Results:League Shadow Cup:Final:- Delph Bell 4 Riddins Tavern 5, Rearranged Fixture:- Netherton Conservative Club 2 Bulls Head 7.
The outcome of the games in week twelve of the Kings Norton League resulted in no positional changes in the league table whatsoever. Leaders Avenue Social kept two points ahead of second placed Rubery RBL with a convincing 6-1 win at Coppice who are fourth in the table and now eight points adrift of Avenue with a game in hand. Rubery’s 5-2 win at Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club keeps them still well in contention for the title and two points to the good on third placed West Heath whose 5-2 win at Weoley Hill takes them to 18 points but from twelve games. Full Results:Game 12:- Coppice 1 (R.Mooney 2x100, A.Chidley 3x100,140, C,Heath 3x100, G.Twist 122, M.Mooney 2x100,113,120) Avenue Social 6 (E.Simpson 100,105,180, C.Whitehouse 2x100,120,121,2x140,180,12 darts game, K.Bedder 100,2x140, V.Gould 125, J.Hykin 123,2x140, T.Hamilton 2x100,121,17 darts game, G.Dews 2x100,118, A.Hykin 140, P.Blades 2x100), Cock Inn 2 (K.McManus 100,125,140, L.Caven 100, M.Naylor 3x100,140, M.Malone 121, Joe Fox 123, K.Vaughan 2x100,120,140) E57 5 (J.Good 100,140, D.Logan 2x100,125,3x140, T.Roberts 100,2x121, N.Porter 100,140, S.Nolan 3x100,105f, A.Mutch 3x100, R.Morris 3x100,140, E.Bird 100,112f), Dingle 3 (A.Bailles 4x100,140, D.Hopkins 112, B.Crumpton 121, S.Blackford 140, K.Nolan 120, M.Ferriday 140) Thurlestone 4 (J.Downer 2x100, D.Peace 140, A.Deeley 2x100, N.Watts 100, B.Andrews 100, P.Andrews 140), Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club 2 (M.Bandy 2x100, C.Davenport 123,140, S.Corbett 2x100,123, T.Shaw 120, K.Gater 2x100) Rubery RBL 5 (J.Higgins 2x100, B.Heath 100,121,140, I.Medlicott 100,125, R.Packer 2x100, J.Grainger 100,125), Weoley Hill 2 (M.Lloyd 2x100,120, L.Preece 100, C.Bates 125, J.Taylor 2x100,180, P.Draper 2x100,140, L.Allen 120) West Heath 5 (W.Marshall 2x100,140, A.Sutton 100,135, T.Shipley 2x100,140, K.Webb 2x100,121, P.Hughes 121, W.Webb 2x100, T.Shipley 101f), Northfield 2 (K.McManus 100,125,140, L.Caven 100, M.Naylor 3x100,140, M.Malone 121, Joe Fox 123, K.Vaughan 2x100,120,140) Harborne 5 (N.Steventon 100,2x140,116f,15 darts game, A.Hopkins 3x100, S.Sheridan 100,125, M.Poolton 2x100,140, D.Hopkins 3x140, J.Harris 140, A.Poolton 100), Kings Heath 3 (D.Parish 2x100,125, M.Marshall 100, A.Homer 140, J.Bridges 100, N.Pearse 100) Grant Arms 4 (P.Taylor 125, P.Norris 100,125, S.Hale 2x100,127,135, S.Campbell 100,123).
After an 8-1 win at British Oak Brickmakers Arms have taken their unbeaten run in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League to an unbeaten 24 games, however despite such a fine run they only have a two points advantage over their nearest rivals Ten Arches ‘A’ who were 7-2 winners at Old Cat (Wordsley). Biggest win of the week goes to Ten Arches ‘B’ and Hop House who in turn handed out 9-0 whitewashes to Hare and Hounds ‘A’ and Crestwood. Full Results:Game 24:- Hare and Hounds ‘B’ 2 Britannia 7, Old Cat (Wordsley) 2 Ten Arches ‘A’ 7, Church Tavern 7 Fox Inn (Lye) 2, Crestwood 0 Hop House 9, Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘B’ 3 Bird (Stourbridge) 6, Garibaldi 3 Stourbridge RBL 6, Bird (Wordsley) 7 Kingswinford Conservative Club ‘A’ 2, British Oak 1 Brickmakers Arms 8, Gate Hangs Well 3 Glasscutters 6, Ten Arches ‘B’ 9 Hare and Hounds ‘A’ 0, Ashwood 6 Swan 3.
Queens Head and Belgrave Sports and Social Club took their winning run in the Main division of the Pip Club League to an undefeated six games when the former handed out an 8-1 defeat to their hosts Glascote Club and the latter had a resounding 9-0 home win over Kettlebrook Club. With 12 points the leading duo have a two points lead on third in the table Birchmoor Club who beat Old Liberal House 6-3. Full Results:Week 6:- Belgrave Sports and Social Club 9 (Gaz Podmore 180) Kettlebrook Club 0, Dolphin 4 (Cameron Tutt 102,100) Wigginton Arms 5 (Rosie O’Connor 140), Birchmoor Club 6 (Kev Spare 180, Phil Jones 116f) Old Liberal House 3, Pip Club 3 Dolphin Wanderers 6 (Mark Potter 180, Simon Caswell 180, Leighton Massey 140,121,100), Progressive Club 4 Bulls Head 5 (Zac Stringer 134f), Glascote Club 1 (Mark McCloughlin 14 darts game) Queens Head 8 (Sam Whittaker 112f), Gate (Amington) 1 Belgrave Club 8, Globe (Wilnecote, D+Gary Day 111f) 6 Sports Bar ’180’ 3 (Emily Jones 3x100).
The Silver End Sunday Morning League played off the finals of their League and Shadow cups which proved to be a very successful night for Brickmakers Arms. In the League Cup Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ beat reigning league champions Woodside 5-2 and then making it a great double for Brickmakers their ‘B’ side won 5-3 against Dudley Sports to clinch the Shadow Cup title. Full Results:Main League Cup:Final:- Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 5 Woodside 2, Shadow Cup:Final:- Dudley Sports 3 Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 5.
As a result of losing 4-3 at home to Waggon and Horses, Tipton Sports have lost pole position in the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League and dropped to second place behind new leaders Dewdrop ‘A’ who won 5-2 at New Talbot. Tipton Sports were the only losers in the top five teams and with 64 points are two behind Dewdrop ‘A’ and level on the same number as third placed Island Inn who with a tremendous 170 maximum break from M.Bond beat Merry-Go-Round ‘B’ 5-2. Full Results:Game 39:- Tipton Sports 3 Waggon and Horses 4, New Talbot 2 Dewdrop ‘A’ 5, Sportsman 2 The Vine 5, Wonder 6 Horseley Tavern 1, Island Inn 5 (M.Bond 170b) Merry-Go-Round ‘B’ 2, Dewdrop ‘B’ 3 Ivy Bush 4, Merry-Go-Round ‘A’ 4 Hayes Social 3.
The Cradley Tuesday Night League staged the finals of their 3 A-Side Knockout and in the last four games league champions Brickmakers Arms won 5-2 against Roost while Wheatsheaf lost 5-3 to Chop House who finished the season bottom of the table while their opponents ended the campaign in fourth place. The final saw Brickmakers make it a fantastic league and cup double when they accounted for Chop House with a 5-1 result. Full Results:3 A-Side Knockout:Semi-Finals:- Brickmakers Arms 5 Roost 2, Wheatsheaf 3 Chop House 5, Final:- Brickmakers Arms 5 Chop House 1.
Miners (Wollescote) were the only losers in the top half of the Brierley Hill Friday Night League in week 17 as they went down 6-1 at home to second in the table Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ who keep within two points of leaders Brickmakers Arms after they won 5-2 at Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’. Although third placed Ashwood won 7-0 at Delph Bell they remain six points off the top of the table and are level on 24 points with fourth placed Old Star who won 5-2 against Dudley Sports. Full Results:Week 17:- Delph Bell 0 Ashwood 7, Netherton Cricket Club ‘B’ 2 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 5, Old Star 5 Dudley Sports 2, Miners (Wollescote) 1 Netherton Cricket Club ‘A’ 6, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 3 Glasscutters 4.
After the opening ten fixtures in the Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League, Gornal Labour Club and Coseley Tavern remain locked together on the same 18 points at the top of the table. Despite Coseley winning 7-2 at Chainyard the Labour Club lead the field on average after their latest 6-3 win at White Lion. The top two sides are two points to the good on third placed Old Bulls Head who won their home game against Netherton Cricket Club 7-2. Full Results:Week 10:- Old Bulls Head 7 Netherton Cricket Club 2, Chainyard 2 Coseley Tavern 7, White Lion 3 Gornal Labour Club 6, Pensnett Liberal Club 7 Meadow Lark 2, Hilly House 3 Red Cow 6, New Inn 5 Jolly Crispin 4.
A 5-0 win for Allen’s Sports Bar ‘A’ over The Victoria and a close 3-2 defeat for Woodside by Landywood has seen Allen’s ‘A’ increase their lead at the top of the West Midlands Men’s Super League to twelve points. Woodside hold on to second place with 82 points but are now just one ahead of third in the table Yeltz Bar who won their game at Gilberts Bar 3-2, a further eight points adrift with 73 points is fourth in the table Landywood. Full Results:Week 15:- Gilberts Bar 2 Yeltz Bar 3 (G.Rollinson 0 I.Townsend 4, J.Evans 4 S.Gillam 1, J.Morris 0 J.Lowe 4, M.Angell 4 R.Smith 3, C.Hill 1 P.Wells 4), Woodside Inn 2 Landywood 3 (M.Moore 1 S.Carroll 4, J.Rollinson 4 R.Platt 1, L.Kelly 0 J.Hughes 4, M.Rollinson 2 M.Dennant 4, R.Colley 4 S.Guest 2), Allens Sports Bar ‘B’ 1 Bridgtown Social 4 (G.Fox 3 L.Hodgkiss 4, D.Bull 1 N.Pointon 4, S.Tyler 4 P.Wyse 2, R.Fathers 1 M.Craddock 4, T.Baker 1 D.Coyle 4), Olde Queens Head 3 Hill and Cakemore 2 (K.Harrison 4 M.Jones 1, S.Hill 4 P.O’Brien 3, C.Newton 4 J.Bunn 1, L.Jones 1 K.Wright 4, G.Johnston 3 R.Lenton 4), Cabin 3 Allens Sports Bar ‘C’ 2 (S.Hall 1 D.Oakes 4, A.Aldridge 3 S.Jones 4, S.Price 4 T.Edwards 0, I.Hebberts 4 P.Harrison 1), The Victoria 0 Allens Sports Bar ‘A’ 5 (J.Blakemore 3 A.Edgar 4, A.Hateley 0 N.Fullwell 4, M.Cadman 0 D.Nicholls 4, P.Smith 0 A.Jacques 4, B.Hollowood 1 S.Baker 4), Horse and Jockey 4 Colebatch’s 1 (M.Price 4 S.Clarke 2, A.Howells 4 C.Cook 1, D.Owen 4 G.Walsh 1, P.Robbins 0 A.Hodson 4, I.Shaughnessey 4 S.Price 1).
The Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League staged the preliminary round of their Shadow Cup and winning through to the first round proper were Ashwood ‘A’, Netherton Cricket Club, High Acres and Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ who in turn accounted for Swan (4-3), King Arthur (4-3), Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ (6-1) and Fox Inn (Lye, 4-3). Full Results:Shadow Cup:Preliminary Round:- Ashwood ‘A’ 4 Swan 3, King Arthur 3 Netherton Cricket Club 4, Brickmakers Arms ‘B’ 1 High Acres 6, Fox Inn (Lye) 3 Brickmakers Arms ‘A’ 4.
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