A West Midlands Report

The Sheldon and District Winter League finished off their season with two cup finals, first the Jubilee Trophy which saw Alan Mayell win the title against Dave Mortiboys with a superb 119 game shot. Mayell had beaten Kris Green in the last four play off’s while Mortiboys took out Jimmy Green.

The Vice Presidents Trophy title went to S.Gardiner by default as the other two players B.Nixon and T.Frost both failed to turn up.

Full Results:Jubilee Trophy:Last Sixteen:- Kris Green beat Frank Dixon, George Tegg beat Mark Shellis, Alan Mayell beat Clarke Horsley, Chris Grimes beat Paul Collins, Dave Mortiboys beat Diane Shellis, John Whitehouse beat Justin Stokes, Steve Cresser beat Mick Murphy, Jimmy Green beat Bob Fenton, Quarter Finals:- Kris Green beat George Tegg, Alan Mayell beat Chris Grimes, Dave Mortiboys beat John Whitehouse, Jimmy Green beat Steve Cresser, Semi Finals:- Alan Mayell beat Kris Green, Dave Mortiboys beat Jimmy Green, Final:- Alan Mayell (119f) beat Dave Mortiboys, Vice Presidents Trophy:- B.Nixon and T.Frost failed to turn up, S Gardiner – winner by default.


The Sheldon and District Summer League has got its new season underway and tomorrow night the league will stage the preliminary round of their Mrs F.Richman Trophy, the  draw for which is, Sheldon Marlborough Arrows v Emerald Hot Shots, Willclare Sports and Social v Sheldon Marlborough Flights, Marston Green Tavern v The Raven, Sheldon Heath Social v Highwood Exiles ‘B’, Ridgemere Rejects v Greville Arms, The Digby v Highwood PH Flights, Holy Souls v Ridgemere Social, Crown Arrows v Meadway Sports and Social, Sheldon Dukes v Shirley RBL Misfits, Emerald Flights v Langley Arrows, Small Heath Amateur Gardeners v Banbury Club, The Maggies v Highwood KB’s, Iron Horse v Castle Vale Stadium, Langley Hall Sports and Social Flights v George V, The Pirates v Solihull Moors, Mackadown Social v Highwood Exiles ‘A’.


Best wishes and a speedy recovery from not only Warwickshire darts players but all the darting fraternity go to Jimmy Gilfoyle Chairman of the Warwickshire Super League who was recently admitted to hospital to undergo an operation, reports are that Jim has been discharged from hospital and now has to have treatment for his condition.


After eighteen games in the Kingstanding Double Top League Pat Koyce and Will Naylor both remain undefeated, the two players met in the latest round of fixtures and as would be expected with the two players vying for the number one spot the result was close, in fact it could not have been closer as it finished all square at 3-3, Naylor recording a 160 break. Koyce then went on to win 4-1 against David Harrison (180) while Naylor had a 4-2 win over Steve Cain. Koyce with 32 points hangs on to pole position but Naylor is not far behind with 31.

Full Results:Week 9:- Barry Stephens 4 Ryan Barritt 0, Brendan Lysaght 2 Luis Barberan 4 (180), Chris Turnbull 4 Paul Cummins 2, Daniel Munge 1 Will Naylor 4, John Morris jnr 2 (140) Tony O’Kereke 4, Pat Koyce 3 Will Naylor 3 (160b), Steve Cain 3 (100) Jim Frost 3 (2×120,105b), Will Naylor 4 Steve Cain 2, Barry Stephens 1 (120b,112f) Mike Mcfall 4 (112b,171,2×140), Brendan Lysaght 1 Steve Cain 4, Dale Savage 3 (2×100) David Harrison 3 (2×100), Chris Turnbull 4 Tony O’Kereke 1, Dale Savage 0 John Morris jnr 4, Pat Koyce 4 David Harrison 1 (180), John Morris jnr 0 Luis Barberan 4, Ryan Baritt 4 (132b) Dale Savage 2 (101b,100f), Jim Frost 3 (160b) David Harrison 3.


The latest round of fixtures in the Winmau Centre Monday Night League produced an absolute feast of maximums with no fewer than seventeen being recorded on the night, an amazing ten of them in the tie between fifth placed What’s The Point and their visitors and league leaders The Untouchables. For What’s The Point Roger Lockley and Shaun Bould both hit three 180’s, while Andy Busby had two and Dan Edmunds one for the away team. The match result was yet another win for The Untouchables, a 27-21 success taking their points tally to 634, however their lead has now been reduced from 33 to 15 points as their nearest rivals The Bully Boys had a more convincing 45-3 win over bottom of the table Make Mine A Double.

Full Results:- Mad House 19 Three Men And A Lady 29 (Gemma Jenkins 180), Not So Far Travellers 15 Misfits 33 (Jason Hough 180), Cupid Stunts 35 (Kristian Wharton 180, Louis Burley 180,136f Conrad Taylor 180, Owen Maiden 180,151f) John’s Klan 13, Bully Boys 45 Make Mine A Double 3 (Andy Croydon 180), What’s The Point 21 (Roger Lockley 3×180, Shaun Bould 3×180) The Untouchables 27 (Andy Busby 2×180,141f, Dan Edmunds 180), Here For The Beer 28 (Tim Burden 180) Double Trouble 20.


The Aston League have completed their season and winning the title by the narrowest of margins was Kingstanding Ex Serviceman’s Club, they finished with 32 points as did runners up Sportsmans Rest the difference being Kingstanding had 123 legs for and Sportsmans 120, just three legs of average separating the two teams. Third placed Red Lion were not far behind as they ended the campaign with 30 points.


Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) were the only losers in the top seven teams in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League, they hold on to their fifth place but their 5-4 victors sixth in the table Church Tavern have now reduced the arrears on them to four points. Ashwood hold on to the top spot after beating Kingswinford Conservative Club 7-2 and remain two points ahead of second placed Ten Arches who beat Crestwood 6-3.

Full Results:Game 33:- Gigmill 4 Bird (Wordsley) 5, Brickmakers Arms 9 Shrubbery Cottage 0, Church Tavern 5 Bird ‘A’ (Stourbridge) 4, Corn Exchangee 2 Quarry Bank Conservative Club 7, Stourbridge RBL 7 Plough 2, Kingswinford Conservative Club 2 Ashwood 7, The Fox (Lye) 4 The Cat Inn (Wordsley) 5, Bird ‘B’ (Stourbridge) 4 Britannia 5, Crestwood 3 Ten Arches 6.


It’s as you were at the top of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League, leaders Dewdrop winning 5-2 away to next to bottom of the table Hayes Social and second in the table Old Hop Pole handing out a 7-0 whitewash to their hosts Jolly Collier to keep within six points of the top side but with three games in hand.

Full Results:- Jolly Collier 0 Old Hop Pole 7, Sportsman 5 Sow and Pigs 2, The Vine 3 Island Inn 4, Hayes Social 2 Dewdrop 5, Tipton Sports 2 Ivy Bush 5.


The Winmau Centre, Wolverhampton staged the latest of their Thursday night knockouts which saw Derbyshire PDC man Matt Padgett, despite being taken the full eleven legs distance by Warwickshire county player Ashley Hykin come out the 6-5 winner.

Padgett also had a close victory in the semis where he squared up to West Midlands county player Rob Thompson, the result being 5-4, while Hykin had a more comfortable 5-1 success against Kristian Wharton.

The centre will now be staging a knockout at the Wolverhampton Sports Arena, Racecourse Road, Dunstall, Wolverhampton, WV6 0QY the first Thursday in every month so why not drop along test your darting skills and add a little more cash to your bank balance.

Full Results:Round One (Best of 7 legs):- Rob Harris – bye, P.Warren 2 Kenny West 4, John Morris – bye, Matt Padgett – bye, Shaun Carroll 4 Kevin Harris 0, Luke Moreton 3 Rob Thompson 4, Joshua Parkes 2 Baz Pearce 4, Kevin Bambrick 3 Garry Watts 4, Jordan Singh 3 Tom Bloor 4, Lee Craig – bye, Mark Craddock 4 Mick Baker 3, Steve Hickman 1 Ashle Hykin 4, Kevin Lane – bye, Richard Hosey – bye, Josh Lengyel – bye, Kristian Wharton – bye, Round Two (Best of 7 legs):- Rob Harris 4 Kenny West 1, John Morris 2 Matt Padgett 4, Shaun Carroll 2 Rob Thompson 4, Baz Pearce 0 Gary Watts 4, Tom Bloor 1 Lee Craig 4, Mark Craddock 0 Ashley Hykin 4, Kevin Lane 4 Richard Hosey 1, Josh Lengyel 0 Kristian Wharton 4, Quarter Finals (Best of 7 legs):- Rob Harris 0 Matt Padgett 4, Rob Thompson 4 Gary Watts 3, Lee Craig 2 Ashley Hykin 4, Kevin Lane 2 Kristian Wharton 4, Semi Finals (Best of 9 legs):- Matt Padgett 5 Rob Thompson 4, Ashley Hykin 5 Kristian Wharton 1, Final (Best of 11 legs):- Matt Padgett 6 Ashley Hykin 5.


Wins for the top six teams in the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League, seventh in the table Dudley Sports the highest placed losers as they went down 6-1 away to third in the table Ten Arches ‘B’. New to the league Gornal Conservative Club took their undefeated run to eight games beating their visitors The Leopard 7-0.  Ashwood ‘A’ also without a loss in their opening eight games had a 5-2 win away to Netherton Cricket Club.

Full Results:Week 6:- Netherton Cricket Club 2 Ashwood ‘A’ 5, Ashwood ‘B’ 5 (A.Hickinbottom 160b, 8 darts game) The Swan 2, The Bell 4 (A.Mears 136b) The Fox (Lye) 3 (J.Green 120b), Queens 0 Wombourne Cricket Club 7 (B.Padmore 8 darts game), Gornal Conservative Club 7 (G.Marson 152b,9 darts game) The Leopard 0, Ten Arches ‘B’ 6 Dudley Sports 1 (S.Mills 120b,9 darts game), High Acres 2 Ten Arches ‘A’ 5.


A reminder to all darts players that throughout June, July and August Riley’s Snooker Bar, Solihull will be staging a knockout every Friday night for twelve weeks for players to qualify for the Club Champions final, the twelve winners will then do battle for the title Club Champion.

The top four players from each club will then take part in the Riley’s Darts Club Championships National Final on September 5th to produce the Club GB champion!

Each weekly qualifier carries a guaranteed prize fund of £100, the winner receiving £75 and the runner up £25. Players will pay £5 on the night to enter.

The National Final has a separate prize fund of £3140 broken down as follows, winner £1,000, runner up £500, losing semi finalists £100 each, losing quarter finalists £50 each, last sixteen £25 each and last thirty two £20 each.


The Black Country Premier Darts League, after a successful inaugural season are looking for teams both old and new to join them in their second forthcoming season which should get underway at the end of July, anyone interested in entering a team in the league should contact either Scotty Roberts on 07886-208090 or Iain Mathers on 07950-462308.


Week two of the South Birmingham League’s new season and in division one Mackadown Social and St John’s made it two wins in a row with respective 7-0 and 6-2 wins over The Bell and The Gate. Banbury Flights are the only other unbeaten team in the division they won 5-3 against The Trident, they have only played one game at present.

In division two just two legs of average separate the top three teams St John’s Flights, Erdington Members Club and Coleshill Social, all three have won their opening two fixtures.

Full Results:Group One:- The Bell 0 (N.Walker 100,103, B.Anderton 2×100,105) Mackadown Social 8 (D.Young 121,123,104, M.McKenzie 100,125, N.Parsonage 4×100, M.Heaven 100,130f, M.Noonan 2×100,140, A.Sheen 117f), The Trident 3 (C.Walton 100,137, L.Buttle 100, M.Naylor 3×100, A.Cooksey 3×100) Banbury Flights 5 (S.Hazlett 2×100, W.Cooper 2×100, A.Hoey 100, L.Reece 100, P.Moran 100), Punchbowl 7 (A.Richards 100, B.Evans 100,100b, M.Tolliss 3×140,100, K.Richards  180,140, N.Robinson 2×140, M.Turner 100,125, J.Buttle 100) Toby Jug 1 (L.Tyrell 100, D.Peebles 125,108, M.Blair 100,107, B.Blair 2×100, T.Chick 121), St John’s 6 (S.Kingdon 3×100, P.Shipley  3×100, M.Walker 121,134 , D.Clinton 100, T.Evans 100) The Gate 2 N.Groves 3×100,140,125), Group Two:- Erdington Members Club 8 (C.Winters 4×140, J.Frost 2×100,140, W.Naylor 2×100, M.Gallett 3×140, C.Millward jnr 125, M.Birch 2×100,2×140, C.Millward snr 121) The Raven 0 (M.French 100,121,125, J.Whitehouse 140, R.Earl 180,140), Coleshill Social 6 (P.Williams 100, S.Sweetman 100, P.Bryant 2×100,140,152f,12darts game, G.Jones 6×100) Pavillions 2 (B.Scott 100, M.Barnes 100,119, R.Harrison 2×100, T.Warrillow 100, S.Harris 100), The Kingfisher 1 (P.Holmes 109, D.Green 100,140, R.Mills 100, K.Shergold 101) St John’s Flights 7 (A.Aston 140,100, L.Barberan 3×100, L.O’Donnell 2×100,140, S.Whatmore 100), The Dog 6 (J.Ansell 100,125,131, P.Thompson 100, P.Ackhurst 120, M.Clayton 120,2×100, Z.Flavell 138,100, P.Richards 2×100) Smithswood Social 2 (M.Bailey 100,140, N.Hughes 140),


Round one of the League Knockout Cup was on the fixture card for the Forest of Arden Summer League and winning through to the next round were Journeys End, Sheldon Marlborough Arrows, Sheldon Marlborough Flights, Iron Horse, Chelmsley Town and Highwood ‘C’.

Full Results:Knockout Cup:Round One:- Riley’s Red Arrows 1 (C.Hall 112b,100, A.Foulkes 2×100, L.Hodges 125) Journeys End 6 (S.Edwards 119f,100, L.Barberan 4×100,10 darts game, P.Shipley 100, J.Jennings 2×100,120b,100b, S.Kingdon 112b,100,100f,  D.Duncan 120b), Highwood Exiles 1 (R.Harrison 140, S.Payne 135,100) Sheldon Marlborough Arrows 6 (A.Eden 100, D.Humphries 100,140, M.Cox 2×100, D.Howlett 125), Highwood KB 3 (D.Memory 2×100,105, T.Walton 100) Sheldon Marlborough Flights 4 (K.Sailsbury 100,100b, A.Eden jnr 149), Crown Arrows 3 (D.White 100,140, R.Vann 100, K.White 2×100,112b) Iron Horse 4 (J.Evans 132,137, F.Ensell 134b, J.Green 101b,140,123, R.Parry 115), Chelmsley Town 7 Ivy Leaf 0, Highwood ‘C’ 6 Greville Arrows 1.


The Halesowen Monday Night Ladies League played the first round of their Three-A-Side Knockout and the successful trio’s going into the hat for the next draw are, T.Summers / C.White / S.Farley (Spring Meadow), A.Fradgley / L.Cheslin / East Cornfield (Haden Cross), B.Garner / D.McCauley / D.Crawford (The Widders), W.Wilde / V.Bedford / T.Payne (Hare and Hounds), C.Stanley / K.Newman / J.Palmer (Townsend) all other entrants had a bye.


Some big scores in the Halesowen Friday Night League as Chop House beat Members Club ‘B’ 7-0, there were 6-1 wins for Members Club ‘A’ and The Vine who in turn defeated Hare and Hounds and The Laurels, and a 5-2 win for Townsend against Halesowen Ex Serviceman’s Club.

Full Results:- Members Club ‘A’ 6 Hare and Hounds 1, The Laurels 1 (Mick Roberts 180) The Vine 6, Townsend 5 Ex Serviceman’s Club 2, Chop House 7 Members Club ‘B’ 0.


Played eighteen games and just average separates the top two teams in the Brierley Hill Monday Night League, Dudley Sports ‘C’ hold pole position, a 7-2 win at Black Horse helping their cause a little more as their nearest rivals Bridge ‘B’ had a slightly closer 6-3 home win over Roebuck.

Third placed High Acres won 5-4 at Dudley Sports ‘B’ but there were defeats for fourth and fifth placed Rose and Crown (Brierley Hill) and Bulls Head (Netherton) as in turn they lost their home games 5-4 to Bridge ‘A’ and 6-3 to Dog and Lamppost ‘A’.

Full Results:Week 19:- Black Horse 2 Dudley Sports ‘C’ 7, Portway 5 Tenth Lock 4, Dudley Sports ‘B’ 4 High Acres 5, Bridge ‘B’ 6 Roebuck 3, Bulls Head (Netherton) 3 Dog and Lamppost ‘A’ 6, Dog and Lamppost ‘B’ 4 Queens Head (Wordsley) 5, Liberal Club 5 Old Star 4, Rose and Crown (Brierley Hill) 4 Bridge ‘A’ 5, The Swan 4 Dudley Sports ‘A’ 5, Blue Brick 8 Brickmakers Arms 1.


The second leg of round two of their League Cup was the order of the day for the Brierley Hill Friday Night League the winners being Miners (Wollescote), Dudley Sports ‘B’, Pensnett Liberal Club and Netherton Cricket Club. The game between Netherton Cricket Club and The Bell finished all square at 9-9 after the two rounds but three players were drawn from each team to play each other and the Cricket Club won through 2-1.

Full Results:League Cup:Secoond Round:Second Leg (First leg results in brackets):- Roebuck 4 (3) Miners (Wollescote) 5 (6), Brickmakers Arms 4 (3) Dudley Sports ‘B’ 5 (6), Pensnett Liberal Club 5 (5) Bridge 4 (4), The Bell 5 (4) Netherton Cricket Club 4 (5), Netherton Cricket Club won the play off 2-1.


A close 4-3 win against Lions was good enough to maintain Cotterills Lane Club’s four points lead at the top of the Camp Hill League, Lions dropping two places to fifth in the table. Second placed Scruffy Ringers had a more convincing victory as they handed out a 7-0 whitewash to their host’s Devil’s Club who are bottom of the league.

Full Results:- Wagon 0 Holy Gulp 7, Journeys End 6 Horses 1, Cotterills Lane Club 4 Lions 3, Devil’s Club 0 Scruffy Ringers 7.


Just two results from the Pip Club’s Division One Round Robin League which saw league leaders Prince of Wales win their home tie with Two Gates Club 8-0 and third placed Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) win 6-2 at Tamworth Motor Spares.

In division two it was a good week for bottom of the table Globe ‘B’ as they chalked up only their third win in 27 games when they won 10-6 against Old Liberal who are three places above them and twelve points better off.

Second placed Pip Club lost ground on leaders J W Belgrave as they lost their home game with Globe ‘A’ 9-7 and now trail nine points behind the leaders.

Full Results:Division One:Round Robin League:- Prince of Wales 8 Two Gates Club 0, Tamworth Motor Spares 2 Bulls Head ‘A’ (Polesworth) 6, Division Two:- Globe ‘B’ 10 Old Liberal 6, Pip Clcub 7 Globe ‘A’ 9, J W Belgrave 11 (Joe Wilson 180) Royal Oak 5, Gate (Amington) 12 Bulls Head ‘B’ (Polesworth) 4, Progressive Club 8 Sports Bar ‘180’ 8.


Apart from Members Club ‘A’ who had a bye the other seven teams in the top eight of the Cradley Tuesday Night league all won this week so the top half of the table remains as you were with Crown ‘A’ and White Horse still doing battle for the title, both on 30 points, Crown ‘A winning their home game against Bulls Head 8-1 and White Horse having a 7-2 home win over Netherton Sports and Social ‘A’.

Brickmakers Arms and Crown ‘B’ are also still well in contention their 6-3 and 5-4 wins over respective opponents The Vine and Hawne Lane Tavern leaving them just two points adrift of the leading duo.

Full Results:- Hawne Lane Tavern 4 Crown ‘B’ 5, Crown (Simms Lane) 3 Wheatsheaf 6, Chop House 7 Members Club ‘B’ 2, Gate Hangs Well 7 Roost ‘B’ 2, Brickmakers Arms 6 The Vine 3, Roost ‘A’ 7 Plough and Harrow 2, White Horse 7 Netherton Sports ‘A’ 2, Crown ‘A’ 8 Bulls Head 1.


Week two in the Crown at Olton Double Top League and taking over the number one spot from John Buckingham is Tony Randell after Randell recorded 3-0 wins over Terry Constable and Phil Henderson while Buckingham beat both Tony Steel and Mark Wall 2-1 giving him a total of 13 points as opposed to Randell’s 14.

Close on the heels of the two top two comes a bunch of three players Jason Jennings, Bob Nixon and Mark Wall all on 12 points.

Full Results:Week 2:- J.Jennings 3 S.Edwards 0, T.Steele 3 C.Devlin 0, A.Edwards 0 D.Wright 3, J.Jennings 2 B.Nixon 1, J.Buckingham 2 T.Steele 1, T.Randell 3 (180) T.Constable 0, W.Matthews 3 M.Crawford 0, J.Sidwell jnr 0 B.Nixon 3, A.Hutchings 3 P.Nunn 0, A.Daley 0 A.Daley jnr 3, S.Edwards 1 (180) W.Matthews 2, I.Spencer 3 M.Crawford 0, D.Wright 2 A.Daley jnr 1, C.Devlin 0 B.Nixon 3, T.Randell 3 P.Henderson 0, J.Buckingham 2 M.Wall 1, T.Constable 2 C.Devlin 1, W.Matthews 3 A.Daley jnr 0, W.Matthews 1 J.Sidwell 2, I.Spencer 1 P.Stephens 2, J.Sidwell jnr 2 D.Duncan 1, P.Stephens 2 A.Daley 1, A.Hutchings 2 D.Duncan 1.


A 4-3 win against Old Liberal House was not enough for Fox and Dogs, reigning champions of the Tamworth League to hold onto ole position as Belgrave Club won their home game with Globe Inn 6-1 and take over the number one spot with 162 points just one more than Fox and Dogs but the reigning champions do have a game in hand on Belgrave.

Full Results:- Sports Bar 4 Dolphin ‘B’ 3, Fox and Dogs 4 Old Liberal House 3, Longwood 4  –  Three Tuns ‘A’ (Fazeley) 3, Belgrave Club 6 Globe Inn 1, Dolphin ‘A’ 6 Sports Bar ‘180’ 1, Players League:- Rob Taft (Dolphin ‘B’) beat John Lewin (Dolphin ‘B’), Martin Edwards (Fox and Dogs) beat Jonathon Bagley (Old Liberal House), Mark DeLeon (Longwood) beat Susie Leek (Three Tuns ‘A’, Fazeley), Adam Williams (Belgrave Club) beat Ian Grylls (Globe Inn).


Victoria lost ground in the division one title race in the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night league after suffering only their second defeat in 13 games, a 5-2 home loss at the hands of the Wednesfield FC team who currently lead the field and remain unbeaten with 24 points. Second placed ECC are also on 24 points their fixture saw them win 5-2 at Dog and Partridge.

In division two Pheasant hold on to the top spot even though they lost 4-3 away to Ukrainian Club, but with a 7-0 win at Red Lion, Whitmore Reans WMC have now drawn to within two points of the leaders but they have played one game more whereas third in the table Fordhouses CC, who also won 7-0 away to Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ have played the same number of games as Pheasant and like Whitmore are just two points adrift.

Full Results:Division One:- Ashmore Inn 4 Riley’s ‘C’ 3, Bradmore ‘B’ 3 Wednesfield Legion ‘A’ 4, Cabin 6 Bradmore ‘A’ 1, Corpus 5 Wednesfield Conservative Club 2, Dog and Partriddge 2 ECC 5, Otter and Vixen 5 Penn Bowling 2, Railway 3 Merry Boys 4, Riley’s ‘D’ 3 Village Inn 4, Victoria 2 Wednesfield FC 5, Division Two:- Bird in Hand 2 Three Crowns 5, Castle 4 Riley’s ‘A’ 3, Emerald 4 Roebuck 3, Old Stags Head 6 Wednesfield Legion ‘C’ 1, Red Lion 0 Whitmore Reans WMC 7, Riley’s ‘B’ 1 Boat ‘B’ 6, Ukrainian Club 4 Pheasant 3, Wednesfield Legion ‘B’ 0 Fordhouses CC 7, Woodfield Social 5 Pendulum 2.


Village Inn have dropped one place to fourth in the Tettenhall Wednesday Night League following a 4-3 home defeat by Otter and Vixen who are second in the table. Taking over the number three position is Riley’s ‘B’ who won their home tie with Dog and Partridge 7-0. Top of the table Riley’s ‘A’ won 5-2 away to Moreton to stay two points ahead of Otter and Vixen.

Full Results:- Jones Road 4 The Bull 3, Moreton 2 Riley’s ‘A’ 5, Riley’s ‘B’ 7 Dog and Partridge 0, Village Inn 3 Otter and Vixen 4, Whitmore Reans WMC 6 Brewood British Legion 1, Woodfield Social 2 Claregate 5.