A West Midlands Report
After a close 19-17 defeat at Cheshire, Warwickshire County Darts Organisation will be looking for a quick return to winning ways this coming weekend when they play hosts to Lincolnshire in this their latest premier division fixture in the BDO Inter County Championships.
Fifth in the table with 58 points, Warwickshire are 11 points and four places ahead of their opponents, a win would be just the tonic to take them higher up the table in this their final game of 2014, home advantage at the Bishopsgate Club, Foleshill Road, Coventry could well be the deciding factor between the two teams.
Lining up for the home team are, Men’s ‘A’:- Jamie Atkins, Kevin Dowling, Tom Aldridge, Mark Carter, Noel Grant, Ian McFarlane, Dean Stewart, Mark Strong, Jamie Hughes, Dave Harris, Rob Hawker, Mark Westgarth, Men’s ‘B’:- Antony Allen, Dane Vickers, Luke Kennedy, Ashley Hykin, Will Naylor, Tom McGlone, Paul Deslandes, Mark Archer, Carl Green, Michael Spencer, Matt Edgar, Prakash Jiwa, Reserves:- Ted Evetts, Dan Green, Jimmy Hill, Simon Power, Steve Ward, Steve Hine, Nigel Heydon, Richard Foster, Women’s ‘A’:- Trina Gulliver, Kat Spanswick, Sue Gulliver, Denise Keyte, Melanie Hill, Angela Jones, Women’s ‘B’:- Donna Pinch, Lisa Whitmore, Wendy Adams, Caroline Pike, Marian Conway, Edwina Holdsworth, Reserves:- Natalie Gilbert, Nina Bolt, Kerry Bambridge.
In division two of the BDO Inter County Championships West Midlands have only played two games so far and have won one and lost one, but they have no easy task this weekend when they play Berkshire at the Gilberts Bar, Willenhall as their visitors are some 33 points ahead of them and five places above them, currently third in the table. Although the difference between the two teams appears to be huge, Berkshire have played one game more than the Midlanders.
Selected to play for West Midlands are, Men’s ‘A:- Keith Allman, Gavin Baker, Micky Baker, Sean Caroll, Danny Coyle, Glen Cullen, Nick Fullwell, Ian Jones, John Platt, Richard Platt, Neil Pointon, Mark Rollinson, Men’s ‘B’:- Martin Angell, Lee Arnold, Jamie Barrowman, Mark Craddock, Justin Evans, Adam Johnson, John Mycock, Paul Price, Avtar Singh, Robert Thomson, Mark Watkiss, Gary Watts, Reserves:- Bhogal Rushpal, Karl Hughes, Ian Stanton, Women’s ‘A’:- Elizabeth Arnold, Lisa Astbury, Gemma Barrett, Kim Fellows, Kath Jenkins, Heather Wright, Women’s ‘B’:- Chris Banks, Claire Hobbs, Jackie Maiden, Sam Maiden, Sophie Singh, Wendy Waine, Reserves:- Doreen Kaye, Debbie Loon, Nicki Macloughlin, Roxanne Nicholls.
In the premier division of the Sheldon and District Winter League leaders Crown at Shard End lost an important home game when they finished on the wrong side of a 5-4 result against Old Bill and Bull. This was Crown at Shard End’s first defeat in seven games and leaves them still in pole position with 12 points but now Old Bill and Bull and Crown at Olton are both just two points behind them with a game in hand.
Division one produced a top of the table clash between leaders Banbury Club and second placed Castle Vale Stadium. The outcome was a first defeat of the season for Banbury as Castle Vale got the close 5-4 verdict to put them within two points of their rivals with a game in hand.
Crown-Forget-Me-Not in division two, are now the only unbeaten team in the league, their latest fixture seeing them win 7-2 at home to second placed Sheldon Marlborough Flights to put them four points to the good on their opponents, although Sheldon have played one game less than Crown.
Full Results:Premier Division:- George V 5 (J.Hinson 100, J.Savage 140, P.Wright 100) Raven 4 (S.Kingdon 140,100, D.Keatley 2×100, J.Whitehouse 140, T.Blakemore 100, A.Whitehouse 100, D.Mortiboys 137, T.Whitehouse 180,112b,100), Sheldon Dukes 4 (S.O’Donnell 100, P.Sunner 100, P.Curry 100b) Langley Hall Sports and Social Arrows 5 (D.Tudor 123,100,137, D.Heath 125, A.Powell 100, C Round 100,101b, B.Carter 121, M.Barber 140, S.Bromley 2×100), Crown at Shard End 4 (D.Cherry 2×100, N.Parsonage 112b,100, P.Shipley 180, R.Cheshire 135, A.Mayell 101b, M.Cooper 2×100, A.Hoey 100,140) Old Bill and Bull 5 (D.Wright 116, A.Daly 160b, S.Darby 120b,160b, J.Buckingham 110b,125, P.Stephens 120b, P.Henderson 140), Saltley Amateur Gardeners 6 (N.Clarke 100, P.Randell 125,120b, J.Randell 100,123, A.Caddick 140,140,122, S.Caddick 118, T.White 140, S.Winters 140,100, T.Webster 2×100) Willclare Sports and Social 3 (B.Dixon 140,100, M.Holt 2×100, D.Reid 2×100,108f), Crown at Olton 5 (J.Sidwell 120b,100, S.Kennedy 121,109, P.Yardley 111,100, B.Nixon 140, I.Spencer 174, T.Steele 100,137, D.Duncan 100b) Mackadown Social 4 (B.Allen 2×100, A.Kavangh 100, D.Young 100,137, G.James 121, M.Heaven 2×100, M.Noonan 2×100, A.McCrave 140,100), Division One:- Marston Green Tavern 5 (C.Downes 125,100, L.Randall 137,138, T.Randall 140, M.Murphy 133, P.Parker 105) Sheldon Heath Social 4 (M.Tilley 100, C.Roberts 100, D.Sudbury 140,125, C.Cotter 2×100, L.Allwood 137, J.Phipps 140), Holy Souls 4 (P.Hill 108,123, B.Law 100, N.Davis 108,140, R.Holman 112b, P.Welch 100) Yardley Ex Colts 5 (C.Stokes 100, D.Heighway 100, J.Lucas 121), Baldwin Bears 8 (C.Johnson 127, A.Thomas 108b, R.Poulter 100, S.West 100) Crown Arrows 1 (J.Morrisey 140, C.Vann 105b,180), Banbury Club 4 (J.Gallagher 180, M.Morgan 145f,100, T.Frost 180, J.Moss 100, G.Fleetwood 2×100, J.Kearney 100) Castle Vale Stadium 5 (L.Barberan 100, J.Frost 100, D.Phillips 100b, J.Burdett 137,100, G.Taylor 110,131, I.Lloyd 140, B.Charlton 120b,137), Division Two:- Langley Hall Sports and Scoial Flights 4 (M.Slatcher 116b,117,100, K.Nixon 100, S.Spencer 140, M.Mulryan 115, S.Wasley 104,100) Small Heath Amateur Gardeners 5 (D.Brown 180, A.Sleath 100), Crown-Forget-Me-Not 7 (P.Seadon 100,140, C.Kettlewell jnr 120, G.Lynch 103, S.Gardiner 156b, C.Kettlewell snr 100) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 2 (A.Eden 120b,160b, K.Salsbury 100,120b,140, D.Humphries 112b,100,140), Emerald Flights 1 Highwood Exiles 8, Maggies 5 (P.Cunnigham 100, W.Swaine 100, B.Swaine 100,136b) Ridgemere Social Flights 4 (M.Baker 140, D.Jones 2×100, C.Smith 100b).
Three cup games and one rearranged league fixture were all that were played in the Four Oaks and District League this week. In the division one fixture Golden Hind Arrows came back from 4-1 down to 4-3 at The Beehive, but the home team rallied and went on to win 6-3.
In the first round of the Brian Goodman Cup Golden Hind Arrows had a little more luck as they beat their second division rivals Boldmere Sports 5-4, the match being won in the seventh game.
A depleted Brookvale Social Club (division one) side lost 5-4 at Pint Pot Flights (division two), Flights winning the match in the very last game.
The stand out match of the week was between Red Lion and Old Oscott Arrows in the first round of the Coronation Shield. The game included no fewer than 49 scores of a ton or more with Red Lion’s D.G.Bond hitting 123,4×100 and 140, team mate B.Hughes notched 2×100 and 4×140 and for Old Oscott M.Compton had top shots of 2×135,2×100 and 2×140, while E.Atkins hit 100,140 plus the only 180 of the week.
Full Results:Rearranged Fixture:Match 5:Division One:- The Beehive 6 (K.Reynolds 2×100,117,140, N.Clarke 101b,100b,100,140, S.Harvey 123, T.Reynolds 100b, M.Partridge 108b,100, K.Deeley 3×100,140) Golden Hind Arrows 3 (C.Turnbull 100, K.Lumby 2×100, J.Mahon 100,115, M.Pearce 140), Brian Goodman Cup:Round One:- Boldmere Sports 4 (C.Packer 120b,120, C.Morgan 120b, A.Gallett 100, J.Frost 100b,125, D.Savage 123) Golden Hind 5 (D.Keatley 125, D.Fowler 2×100,116, T.Kelly 2×100, J.Morris snr 112, J.Dunn 120b,138, G.Kimberley 160b), Challenge Cup:Round One:- Pint Pot Flights 5 (R.Mercer 100, P.Wilkes 100, G.Cookson 121,100) Brookvale Social 4 (M.Naylor 100, D.Munge 100, R.Kelly 100, W.Naylor 110b,134,2×100,137), Coronation Shield:Round One:- Red Lion 6 (D.G.Bond 123,4×100,140, S.Andrews 121, M.E.Gaughan 100, T.Colley 140,125, D.Vickers 140,2×100,130, B.Hughes 2×100,4×140,125, D.Rawlings 2×100) Old Oscott Arrows 9 (A.Lea 108b,140,135,100, M.Maher 102b,100, M.Compton 2×135,2×100,2×140, A.Mountford 111b,121,100b,125, E.Atkins 100,180,140, D.Page 112b,2×135,125, M.Page 2×100, L.Jones 100).
The start of the Vintage Gamer Trophy in the Black Country Premier League saw 9-5 wins for Black Country Belters and Britannia Bulldogs in group ‘A’ over respective opponents Wynall Lane Warriors and Lyde Green Flights, while in group ‘B’ Blackheath Beechers, with 180’s from Jason Lowe and Matt Tedstone beat Team Bathams 12-1. Gate R&R were not far behind as they won 12-2 against Hounds of Wynall. Park Lane Taverners had a much closer 7-6 win at Round Oak Rebels.
Full Results:Vintage Gamer Trophy:Group ‘A’:- Black Country Belters 9 Wynall Lane Warriors 5, Britannia Bulldogs 9 Lyde Green Flights 5, Group ‘B’:- Hounds of Wynall 2 (Lee Sargeant 103f) Gate R&R 12, Round Oak Rebels 6 Park Lane Taverners 7, Blackheath Beechers 12 (Jason Lowe 180,130f, 15 darts game, Matt Tedstone 180) Team Bathams 1.
For the second week running Rowley Monday Night League staged cup quarter final games. In the Bill Bishop Cup Gate Hangs Well beat Ivy Bush ‘A’ 6-3 and White Swan won 5-4 against Whiteheath Tavern.
The play off for the Challenge Cup saw wins for Hunting Tree and Britannia Inn, each winning 5-4 in turn against Plough and Harrow and Riddins Tavern.
Full Results:Bill Bishop Cup:Quarter Finals:- Gate Hangs Well 6 Ivy Bush ‘A’ 3, White Swan 5 Whiteheath Tavern 4, Challenge Cup:Quarter Finals:- Plough and Harrow 4 Hunting Tree 5, Riddins Tavern 4 Britannia Inn 5.
With the domestic fixtures all sorted in the Cradley Tuesday Night League it’s down to cup games to round off the season and in the semi finals of the Harry Siviter Cup, Gate (Colley Gate) won 5-4 against Yeltz Bar and Brickmakers Arms booked their final place with a win over Chainmakers ‘B’.
The Wally Fellows Cup saw Crown ‘A’ win 5-3 against Riddins Tavern and their final opponents will be Jay’s Bar, who had a 5-4 win against Hawne Lane Tavern.
Brierley Hill Monday Night League champions Blue Brick ‘C’ made it 39 wins from 41 games when they won 5-4 against seventh in the table Roebuck. Second placed Dudley Sports ‘B’ had a convincing 8-1 win at Liberal Club. There was a rare win for bottom team Old Star ‘A’, their 5-4 win over local rivals Old Star ‘B’ was their fifth win in 41 games, but despite the win they remain firmly rooted to the foot of the table.
Full Results:- Blue Brick ‘C’ 5 Roebuck 4, Bulls Head (Netherton) 3 High Acres 6, Griffin 1 Rose and Crown (Brierley Hill) 8, Brickmakers 3 Blue Brick ‘B’ 6, Liberal Club 1 Dudley Sports ‘B’ 8, Old Star ‘A’ 5 Old Star ‘B’ 4, Dudley Sports ‘A’ 4 Portway 5, Ivy House (Dudley) 4 Tenth Lock 5, Bridge ‘A’ 6 Black Horse 3, Rose and Crown (Wordsley) 2 Dog and Lamppost 7, Swan 4 Laurel 5.
In the Netherton Thursday Night League leaders Springfield Social Club lost for the first time in eight games when they went down 5-4 at home to eighth placed Rose and Crown. A 5-4 win at third in the table Bulls Head saw Netherton Sports and Social draw level on ten points with Springfield and now only trail on average.
Full Results:- Brickmakers 7 Chainmakers 2, Bulls Head 4 Netherton Sports and Social 5, White Horse 2 The Bell 7, Pensnett and Bromley 4 White Swan 5, Fairfield 5 Dudley Ex 4, Springfield Social Club 4 Rose and Crown 5.
Two rearranged fixtures played in the Small Heath League. After a 5-4 defeat last week against Gulp Tribe, Wagon and Horses were looking to bounce and bounce back they did with a 7-2 win over The Lions to put them level on 10 points with leaders Gulp. Emerald Club kept in touch with the leaders beating Warwick Arms 8-1 to give them 8 points.
Full Results:- Wagon and Horses 7 (A.Bailey 140,135, M.Tilley 100, J.O’Connor 140) The Lins 2 (T.Owens 115, T.Humphries 2×100, M.Hogan 100, P.Wilding 100, R.Hogan 100), Emerald Club 8 (P.Yardley 100,100b, N.Parsonage 140,112b,100, D.Willis 100) Warwick Arms 1 (M.Treacy 2×140, W.Magee 109, S.Magee 134).
The Birmingham Super Series of Darts Individual League will get underway on the 9th January, the venue being Castle Vale Stadium, Farnborough Road, Castle Vale, B35 7BE. Every player will play two matches every league night in a dual format season, 301 first then reverting to 501. Anyone requiring any further information should contact either Ricky Barberan 07538-162157 or Dale Savage 07779-867608.
After playing three fixtures Top Bell are the only undefeated team in the Lye and District Ladies Wednesday Night League. Playing away to Brickmakers Arms Top Bell consolidated their pole position with a 5-2 win giving them six points. Three teams are on four points, Park Lane Tavern, who also won 5-2 in their home tie with Black Horse, Netherton Sports and Social, they had a closer 4-3 win against Bulls Head, and making up the trio Bull and Bladder, who had a bye this week.
Full Results:- Brickmakers 2 Top Bell 5, Park Lane Tavern 5 Black Horse 2, Netherton Sports and Social 4 Bulls Head 3.
Halesowen Ladies Monday Night League:- Black Horse 4 Haden Cross 3, Townsend 1 Park Lane Tavern 6, Spring Meadow 4 The Widdows 3.
Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) had a bye in division one of the Pip Club League this week but second placed Wilnecote Club were unable to take full advantage and move into the top spot as they were held to an 8-8
draw by Bulls Head (Two Gates) and could only draw level on the same 7 points. Tamworth Motor Spares are another team with 7 points.
In division two JW Belgrave lead the field with a superior average after their latest 9-7 win over Pip Club, who drop one place to third. Second in the table Sports Bar ‘180’ had a 10-6 home win against Royal Oak.
Full Results:Division One:- Birchmoor Club 2 Wigginton 7 (Grant Harris 117f), Wilnecote Club 8 Bulls Head (Two Gates) 8, Tamworth Motor Spares 8 (Mark Martin 180,15 darts game, Tony Wilkinson 180) Two Gates Club 9, Division Two:- Globe ‘B’ 8 Bulls Head ‘B’ 8 (Les Mear 180, I.Nears 180), Sports Bar ‘180’ 10 Royal Oak 6Progressive Club 7 Globe ‘A’ 9 (Chris Payne 180), Gate (Amington, Karl Hanson 180) 4 Old Liberal 12, JW Belgrave 9 (Paul Webb 114f) Pip Club 7.
The Brierley Hill Friday Night League played off the finals of their doubles knockout and winning the title with a final win over J.Hughes and M.Frost (Brickmakers Arms) were the Netherton Cricket Club duo D.Male and M.Cullwick. Losing semi finalists were A.Floyd and C.Panzer (Brickmakers Arms) and T.Safe and J.Gaskin (Pensnett Welfare Club).
No change at the top of the two divisions in the Forest of Arden Winter League as the leading pair in both divisions won this week. Olton Crown stay two points ahead of Highwood ‘A’ in division one, while Highwood ‘C’ have a similar lead over Iron Horse in division two.
The league will be playing against the Sports Argus Charity Team on the 5th December, the venue will be The Highwood, Solihull with all proceeds going to the Children’s Hospital. Why not drop along and support a very worthy cause.
Full Results:Division One:- Highwood ‘A’ 5 (D.Cherry 3×100,135,100b, A.Daly 137,100, D.Wright 140,100,131, P.Stephens 100) Riley’s Red Arrows 4 (B.Twist 125, A.Foulkes 140,100, D.Howlett 100), Harvester 5 (S.Hughes 100, S.Hicks 148f,100, I.Evans 120b,100,100b,101b, N.Hogan 112b,123, G.Evans 2×100) Ivy Leaf 4 (T.Clinton 140,100, B.Jelly 100), Crown Olton 6 (J.Sidwell 120b,145, S.Kennedy 100, K.Attwood 3×100, J.Sidwell 125,100, D.Duncan 100, P.Nunn 100, C.John 100) Journeys End 3 (S.Edwards 105,140, S.Whatmore 100), Division Two:- Highwood Exiles 5 (R.Harrison 100b, K.Pearson 100, A.Payne 100, D.Carey 2×100) Greville Arms 4 (M.Osborne 100,105b, B.Anderton 100,140, K.Hull 2×100), Iron Horse 5 (J.Evans 3×100,125, D.Kilbey 116b, J.Green 140,105b 101b, R.Parry 110b) Highwood KB 4 (D.Memory 140,100, S.Dixon 100, T.Walton 138b, N.Wykes 140), Highwood ‘C’ 5 (T.Comerford 119,102,140, J.King 100, D.Cooper 160) New Inns 4 G.Wilson 100, K.Alford 140), Late Results:Division One:- Riley’s Red Arrows 4 (A.Foulkes 116b, C.Hall 140, L.Hodges 121, B.Allen 121) Olton Crown 5 ( J.Sidwell 140,125,129, K.Attwood 137, D.Duggan 160b,161f,100), Division Two:- New Inns 0 Highwood KB 9.
Mackadown Social dropped from top to third in division one of the South Birmingham League after losing their home game with Crown-Forget-Me-Not 6-3, the winners taking over the number one spot. St John’s move off the bottom of the table, chalking up their first win in five, a 5-4 win at The Raven.
No problem for the division two leaders Coleshill Social, they hold on to their two points lead at the top with a 7-2 win against Smiths Wood Social.
Full Results:Division One:- Mackadown Social 3 (D.Young 121, T.Comerford 164F, G.James 156b, A.Caddick 100, M.Noonan 100, T.McCrave 100, A.Savage 100,125) Crown-Forget-Me-Not 6 (M.Birch 100,105b, W.Naylor 100,131, J.Forst 101F,100,123, L.Barberan 100, M.Gallett 139,180, C.Millward 100b,101b, T.Pedley 100 122), The Raven 4 (M.French 100, J.Evans 100, J.Whitehouse 110b, R.Earl 100 105, T.Rainsford 100, B.Hemming 100) St John’s 5 (B.Harris 101b,135, A.Aston 140,100, W.Yates 125, S.Whatmore 108, L.O’Donnell 100), Toby Jug 2 (S.Hunt 115, R.Lawrence 100,123, B.Blair 100, T.Chick 125, B.Weir 140) Crown at Shard End 7 (C.Horsley 136,100, M.McFall 112b, N.Parsonage 112b,130, P.Shipley 108b, M.Cooper 100,139, S.Cain 140), Division Two:- The Kingfisher 5 (R.Mills 100,140, G.Shergold 100) Poachers Pocket 4 (R.Walker 104, B.Salter 3×100,120,105, J.Creen 100), The Trident 5 (A.Cooksey 121, M.Naylor 2×100, J.Buttle 140) Banbury Flights 4 (I.McLean 100, J.Spink 110f, P.Moran 100), Coleshill Social 7 (S.Sweetman 109,100, S.Harvey 102b, P.Bryant 136b,100, L.Robinson 112b, G.Jones 100,136b,113f, B.Jones 100) Smithswood Social 2 (L.Hughes 140, P.Cobley 5×100,129, J.Carter 121), The Gate 5 T.Molineux 120, T.Barrs 100) The Dog 4 P.Thompson 123, J.Fathers 127f,120,121), Late Results:Knockout Cup:- Poachers Pocket 1 (B.Anderton 120, B.Salter 101b, J.Green 140) The Raven 8 (M.French 100, R.Earl 140, T.Rainsford 120,100, D.Mortiboys 129).
The top six teams all won in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League, leaders Ashwood handing out a 9-0 whitewash to their visitors Kingswinford Conservative Club. Second placed Britannia Inn had a much closer 5-4 home win over middle of the table Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) and remain two points adrift of the leaders as do Ten Arches, who also won 9-0 in their home game with bottom team Crestwood.
Full Results:Match 14:- Shrubbery Cottage 0 Brickmakers 9, Bird (Wordsley) 7 Gigmill 2, Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) 8 Church Tavern 1, Quarry Bank Conservative Club 8 Corn Exchange 1, Plough 2 Stourbridge RBL 7, The Cat (Wordsley) 4 The Fox (Lye) 5, Britannia 5 Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge ) 4, Ashwood 9 Kingswinford Conservative Club 0, Ten Arches 9 Crestwood 0.
Cotterills Lane Club have been ousted from the number one spot in the Camp Hill League after losing their home game with Holly Gulp 4-3. Scruffy Ringers, who beat Devil’s Club 5-2, take over pole position, but only on average as Cotterills have the same 20 points.
Full Results:- Cotterills Lane Club 4 Holy Souls 3, Scruffy Ringers 5 Devil’s Club 2, Wagonners 2 The Lions 5.
It was just not cricket in the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League, as the top two teams both won 7-0 , leaders Ten Arches ‘A’ winning their home tie with third placed Wombourne Cricket Club and second in the table Ashwood ‘A’ accounting for Netherton Cricket Club. Third in the table Ashwood ‘B’ won 4-3 against Ten Arches ‘B’, they and their ‘A’ team both on 30 points, four less than Ten Arches ‘A’.
Full Results:Match 18:- Netherton Cricket Club 0 Ashwood ‘A’ 7 (Nick Fullwell 160b), Dudley Sports 7 The Fox (Lye) 0, The Bell 3 Gigmill 4, The Leopard 3 Bridge 4, Ten Arches ‘A’ 7 Wombourne Cricket Club 0, Ashwood ‘B’ 4 Ten Arches ‘B’ 3 (D.Simpson 170b), The Swan 1 Rose and Crown 6.
It’s as you were at the top of the Tamworth League as all of the top five teams registered wins. Old Liberal, with 39 points are top, Belgrave Club second with 37. Dolphin ‘A’ and Fox and Dogs in turn have 35 and 34 points, but both teams have a game in hand on the top two.
Full Results:- Three Tuns ‘A’ (Fazeley) 4 Dolphin ‘B’ 3, Sports Bar ‘180’ 2 Old Liberal House 5, Dolphin ‘A’ 4 Wigginton 3, Belgrave Club 5 Sports Bar 2, Longwood 4 Three Tuns ‘B’ (Fazeley) 3, Mile Oak Rovers 3 Fox and Dogs 4, Players League:- John Lewin (Dolphin ‘B’) beat Susie Leek (Three Tuns ‘A’, Fazeley), Jonathon Bagley (Old Liberal House) beat Terry Molineux (Sports Bar ‘180’), Ian Turner (Dolphin ‘A’) beat Andy Brennan (Wigginton), Adam Williams (Belgrave Club) beat Rob Taft (Sports Bar), Mark De Leon (Longwood) beat Lyn Hardwick (Three Tuns ‘B’, Fazeley), Martin Edwards (Fox and Dogs) beat Debbie Tallis (Mile Oak Rovers).
Riley’s ‘C’ won the division one Riley’s Cup in the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League beating Victoria in the final. The division two title went to Wednesfield Legion ‘A’, with Wednesfield Conservative Club runners up. Wednesfield Conservative Club had some consolation as they won the Knockout Cup beating Dog and Partridge in the final.
Otter and Vixen won the division one Knockout Cup, their final opponents were Riley’s ‘C’.