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Competitions: Captain’s & Secretary’s

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A cool but dry evening at Steventon Sports Club

A damp early evening cleared for the Captain’s and Secretary’s knock out competition at Steventon Sports Club.

With only 6 Secretaries and 8 Captains 2 prelim games were battled for the Secretaries.

Nicky Biggs battled through 3 legs and finally won his game against Paul Ealey in a 3 stick decider.

Geoff Lee took his game against Bob Duff to 3 legs to get his place in the next round cracking two 4s in the process. In the following round Nicky Biggs couldn’t get his form back as Geoff Lee won the first leg 4-3 and took a 1 stick decider to secure his place in the Final.

Graham Brown made it look easy as he set 5 in the first leg against Keith Buckle who couldn’t get past a 1 in the second leg to save the game.

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In the Captain’s an after draw mistake by the official gave Dave Sapey a bye to the next round.

Terry Downes took Dave Dix to a 3rd leg with minimal scoring but only scored 1 in the 3rd leg decider which Dave doubled.

Mick Philips got all 4s to win through even with Paul Longford setting a great 5 in the second leg.

Stuart Wilson won over Michael Jarvis when the 4-4 second leg went to 3 sticks (2-2) and 1 stick.

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2016 Scorecard for Captain’s and Secretary’s Knockout

In the Semi-Finals Dave Dix made short work of Dave Sapey’s 1 in the first leg and then setting a 6 – a hard act to follow even for the best – and secured his place in the Captain’s Final.

Stuart Wilson set respectable 3s in the other Semi-Final but Mick Philips got the 4s he needed for his place in the final.

Captain’s Finalists – D.Dix & M.Philips

Secretary’s Finalists –  G.Brown & G. Lee

 

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Summer 2016 – Week 12 Results

Competitions: Plum Pudding and Ab RBL got through in the Red Drive 3s – see match report

This week: Captain’s and Secretaries Knock out at Steventon Sports Club on Thursday.


THE RESULTS

New entry in the Over 14s with our previous Secretary Graham Brown (Spread Eagle) doing a 4-5-5!

Sixers: N Weston (Spread Eagle B),R Bunce (Chequers Charney).

Blobbers: E Campbell (Chequers Charney),H Legg (Red Lion B),K Parker (The Brewery Tap B),K Tyrrell (North Star B),M Feates (Red Lion C),P Clarke (Waggon and Horses A),P Golding (The Plough Appleton),R Dawson (The Plough Appleton),T Cload (Harwell RBL B).

Total Over_14s
17 D Dix 6-5-6 (Abingdon United B) – Week 8
17 D Hudson 5-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 2
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 6
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 5
16 J Simmons 4-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
15 T Downes 5-5-5 (Plum Pudding) – Week 11
15 B Moody 6-5-4 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 6
14 G Brown 4-5-5 (Spread Eagle) – Week 12
14 D Bradshaw 5-4-5 (Hart Harwell A) – Week 8
14 S Wilson 6-5-3 (Berinsfield SC A) – Week 7
14 C Brind 4-5-5 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 4
14 G Brown 4-5-5 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
14 S Kenny 5-5-4 (Berinsfield SC) – Week 2
14 B Parker 6-5-3 (Abingdon United B) – Week 1

 

SectionHome SectionAway Home HomePoints Away AwayPoints
Premier Premier Spread Eagle B 6 Plum Pudding 0
A A Abingdon RBL A 6 Abingdon RBL 0
A Premier Berinsfield SC A 2 Steventon Sports A 4
A Premier Hart Harwell A 2 Abingdon United B 4
A Premier Tandem 1 Spread Eagle 5
B B Abingdon Con Club 4 The Vine A 2
B B Abingdon United C 6 Chequers Charney 0
B B Plum Pudding B 6 Fleur De Lys 0
B B Royal Oak Didcot 4 Berinsfield SC 2
C C Fox Denchworth B 2 Red Lion A 4
C C Red Lion B 4 Fox Denchworth A 2
C C The Grapes 6 Bowyers Arms 0
C C Wheatsheaf Drayton 2 Stanford In the Vale FC 4
D D Bear & Ragged Staff 2 The Bell at Grove 4
D D Harwell RBL A 4 Red Lion C 2
D D Saxton Rovers 6 Harwell RBL B 0
D D The College Oak 3 Wheatsheaf Didcot 3
E E Abingdon Arms Wantage 6 Waggon and Horses A 0
E E Queens Arms Didcot 0 The Plough Long Wittenham 6
E E Spread Eagle D 0 North Star A 6
E E Waggon and Horses B 2 Black Horse A 4
F F Boundary House A 4 Boundary House 2
F F Brewery Tap A 6 Old Anchor B 0
F F Crown Marcham 5 RAL RecSoc 1
F F North Star B 2 Packhorse 4
F F Old Anchor A 2 The Brewery Tap B 4
G G Berinsfield SC C 6 The Plough Appleton 0
 

 

 

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Competitions: Red Drive (3s)

With the temperature cooling down the 3s competition was the hottest thing at the venues of The Vine and Fox Denchworth on Thursday.

At the Fox four teams competed. Plum Pudding took Ab Utd B(A) two straight legs with Terry Downes hitting 5-4. Spread Eagle B(B) then took out the Tandem with 2 straight legs. Plum Pudding then sealed the deal against Spread B(B) with 9 in each leg Ken Fisher doing 4’s and Terry Downes doing 3’s (and Tosh Woolloff doing 2’s).  Plum Pudding go through to the final.

At The Vine 7 teams turned up, the exception being the side from the Spread Eagle B (A).

Ab RBL did come through and deservedly so. However it was the Ab RBL A of Sapey, Ealey, Champ (Gavaghan) rather than Ab RBL B that were due to be there. In this case  we do need to make allowance for players from teams that really support the competitions so the decision to let them play was made. (We’ve also had no complaints about it either and the Plum are happy to play on).

As for the events that unfolded in the first round the Tandem beat Ab Con Club, Berinsfield A bt Berinsfield B, and Abg RBL shocked Abg Utd to 3 legs. Ab Utd could only set 5 in the deciding leg. The Spread Eagle had the fortune or misfortune to draw a bye. In the last 4 Berinsfield A bt the Tandem and Abg RBL beat the Spread Eagle, again in 3 legs. In the match to make the final Abg RBL defeated Berinsfield A in 2 straight legs. Standing at one leg to Abg RBL and a tied second leg, a set of 6 with 3 sticks by the RBL side took them through.

There were no sixes and no really high leg scores – the Spread’s 12 against Abg RBL was the best. The more favoured sides really struggled on the alley for some reason.

Red Drive (3’s) Final will be on Finals Night between Plum Pudding (Fisher/Downes/Woolloff) and Abingdon RBL A (B) (Sapey/Ealey/Champ)

P.S.  It’ll be my intention to propose full competition rules to be adopted at the AGM in January – they’ll be published for comments beforehand. — Paul Stone Acting Secretary.

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Summer 2016 – Week 11 Results

Competitions: Both Abingdon United B teams got through in the Fours this week – see match reports here.

This week: Red Drive 3’s comp at Fox Denchworth and The Vine Cumnor.


THE RESULTS

New entry in the Over 14s with Terry Downes (Plum Pudding) doing a 5-5-5!

Sixers: D Taylor (Abingdon RBL A), T Lach (Abingdon United B).

Total Over_14s
17 D Dix 6-5-6 (Abingdon United B) – Week 8
17 D Hudson 5-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 2
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 6
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 5
16 J Simmons 4-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
15 T Downes 5-5-5 (Plum Pudding) – Week 11
15 B Moody 6-5-4 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 6
14 D Bradshaw 5-4-5 (Hart Harwell A) – Week 8
14 S Wilson 6-5-3 (Berinsfield SC A) – Week 7
14 C Brind 4-5-5 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 4
14 G Brown 4-5-5 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
14 S Kenny 5-5-4 (Berinsfield SC) – Week 2
14 B Parker 6-5-3 (Abingdon United B) – Week 1

Blobbers: D Byrne (George and Dragon Upton),F Downing (Old Anchor B),K Tyrrell (North Star B),M Owen (The College Oak),M Webb (Boundary House),P Gilbert (George and Dragon Upton),P Johnson (The Brewery Tap B),R Jeffreys (Harwell RBL B),T Barrett (North Star A).

SectionHome SectionAway Home HomePoints Away AwayPoints
Premier A Abingdon United B 4 Berinsfield SC A 2
Premier A Plum Pudding 2 Abingdon RBL A 4
Premier Premier Steventon Sports A 5 Spread Eagle B 1
A A Abingdon RBL 4 Tandem 2
B B Berinsfield SC 4 Abingdon United C 2
B B Chequers Charney 0 Abingdon Con Club 6
B B College Oak A 4 Plum Pudding B 2
B B Fleur De Lys 3 Royal Oak Didcot 3
C C Fox Denchworth A 4 Fox Denchworth B 2
C C Plough East Hendred 4 The Grapes 2
C C Red Lion A 4 Wheatsheaf Drayton 2
D D Eight Bells Eaton 0 Saxton Rovers 6
D D Harwell RBL A 4 Harwell RBL B 2
D D The Bell at Grove 6 The College Oak 0
E E Black Horse A 6 Waggon and Horses C 0
E E F.M.S.S.C Morning Star 2 Abingdon Arms Wantage 4
E E North Star A 1 Queens Arms Didcot 5
E E The Plough Long Wittenham 4 Waggon and Horses B 2
E E Waggon and Horses A 4 Spread Eagle D 2
F F Boundary House 2 North Star B 4
F F Old Anchor B 0 Crown Marcham 6
F F Packhorse 4 Old Anchor A 2
F F RAL RecSoc 3 Boundary House A 3
F F The Brewery Tap B 2 North Star B 4
G G The Plough Appleton 4 George and Dragon Upton 2
 

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Competitions: Fours (updated)

A great summer evenings with teams turning out at both the Spread Eagle and Abingdon United FC for the Fours Knockout Competition.

At United the prelim saw Ab Utd B(A)  take  Spread Eagle B in a straight 2 legs with Bob Duff scoring the only 6 of the night. They then went on to defeat Berinsfield.  Steventon Sports defeated Plum Pudding to meet United in the semi.
In the Semi Final Utd started a strong first leg with 13 including two 5s from the tailenders which Steventon couldn’t match but then Steventon went on to take the second leg as United slowed to single figures. Utd then set 11 which was giving Steventon a chance with ‘just’ a 3 per person to win. Unfortunately a good 3 start was downed with a blob putting severe pressure on the lower half of the team that left anchor Derek Fletcher with a big ask of a 5 to draw which failed with the first two sticks.

At the Spread Eagle venue Abg RBL A eased pass Berinsfield A in the first preliminary.

Spread Eagle A took on Abg Utd B (A) in the other prelim. At a leg apiece, the Spread set 16 only for Abg Utd to come out victors with 17 and a stick to spare, the best leg of the night..

In the semi finals the Tandem beat the Spread Eagle B (B) and Abg Utd B (A) beat the Abg RBL A.

In the final the Tandem set in both legs, but leg sets of 6 and then 10 weren’t enough to test Utd, with Barry Parker not having to throw a stick in anger on the anchor.

The final will be between both Abingdon Utd B teams!

Their line up (now fixed as they’ve played will be):-

Ab Utd B (A)  – D.Davies/L.Clapton/I.Morrison/B.Parker

Ab Utd B (B)  – T.Lach/P.Barrett/B.Duff/T.Ward

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Paul Barrett gets Abingdon United B ahead in the Fours Semi-Final

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Summer 2016 – Week 10 Results

Competitions:- Singles gave us the semi-finalists.

This week : Fours competitions at Abingdon United and Spread Eagle – see calendar for details.


THE RESULTS

Three players with sixes this week and no change to the over 14s table.

Sixers:  B Adams (Tandem),D Cross (Spread Eagle B),S Wilson (Berinsfield SC A).

Total Over_14s
17 D Dix 6-5-6 (Abingdon United B) – Week 8
17 D Hudson 5-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 2
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 6
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 5
16 J Simmons 4-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
15 B Moody 6-5-4 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 6
14 D Bradshaw 5-4-5 (Hart Harwell A) – Week 8
14 S Wilson 6-5-3 (Berinsfield SC A) – Week 7
14 C Brind 4-5-5 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 4
14 G Brown 4-5-5 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
14 S Kenny 5-5-4 (Berinsfield SC) – Week 2
14 B Parker 6-5-3 (Abingdon United B) – Week 1

Blobbers:B Cowley (Boundary House A),F Moon (Waggon and Horses C),J Taylor (Red Lion C),L Rollinson (Crown Marcham),M Allen (Black Horse B),M Jones (Berinsfield SC A),T Wells (The Bell at Grove).

SectionHome SectionAway Home HomePoints Away AwayPoints
Premier A Abingdon United B 6 Tandem 0
Premier A Plum Pudding 3 Berinsfield SC A 3
Premier A Spread Eagle 6 Abingdon RBL 0
A Premier Abingdon RBL A 2 Spread Eagle B 4
B B Berinsfield SC 2 Plum Pudding B 4
B B Chequers Charney 4 Royal Oak Didcot 2
B B Fleur De Lys 1 College Oak A 5
B B The Vine A 0 Abingdon United C 6
C C Bowyers Arms 0 Plough East Hendred 6
C C Fox Denchworth A 1 The Grapes 5
C C Red Lion A 4 Red Lion B 2
C C Stanford In the Vale FC 6 Fox Denchworth B 0
D D Eight Bells Eaton 4 Wheatsheaf Didcot 2
D D Red Lion C 1 Saxton Rovers 5
D D The Bell at Grove 6 Harwell RBL A 0
D D The College Oak 4 Bear & Ragged Staff 2
E E Black Horse A 2 The Plough Long Wittenham 4
E E F.M.S.S.C Morning Star 0 Waggon and Horses B 6
E E North Star A 2 Abingdon Arms Wantage 4
E E Queens Arms Didcot 2 Spread Eagle D 4
E E Waggon and Horses A 6 Waggon and Horses C 0
F F Boundary House A 4 Crown Marcham 2
F F Old Anchor B 3 Old Anchor A 3
F F Packhorse 4 Boundary House 2
F F RAL RecSoc 0 Brewery Tap A 6
G G George and Dragon Upton 6 Berinsfield SC C 0
G G The Plough Appleton 6 Black Horse B 0
 

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Competitions: Singles (updated)

Last night’s Singles matches proved some very interesting and some predictable results.

Venue winners and securing their place in the Semi-Finals :-

Spread Eagle – Dave Dix
Abingdon Utd – Lee Clapton
Abingdon  RBL – Mick Phillips
Plum Pudding – Roger Nichols

From our reporter at the Legion – “Just the 8 turned up and had a great night of Aunt Sally with Dave Sapey hitting two 6’s on the night but couldn’t quite manage the momentum up in the final game.”

wp-1467992239674.jpgFrom the Plum Pudding – “with 8 players up and 4 from Berinsfield it was statistically inevitable that some ‘friendly fire’ was going to take place. Dave Davies saw off Paul Ealey and then Brian Reidy (who’d already beat his teammate Stuart Wilson in a 3 leg 3-1-6 stick clincher with two 5’s in the game).

Roger Nichols saw off Mick Greenway in a third leg 3 stick decider and then Malcolm “new specs” Johnson who’d already cracked a 5 to see off Ken Fisher lost out to Roger’s consistent 3’s. In the venue final Dave Davies only managed to set a 1 which Roger doubled and then Roger set a 2 which Dave just couldn’t manage. Take a look at the scorecard and it just shows competitions are anyone’s game on the night.”

Only 5 players turned up at the Spread – Dave Dix beat Brian Adams in the Venue Final.

7 players turned up at Abingdon Utd – Lee Clapton beat John Simmons in the final game.

 

 

 

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Summer 2016 – Week 9 Results

This week’s competitions are the Singles at 4 venues  on Thursday.

Last week’s 5’s resulted in Tandem and Abingdon United B getting to the final!


We are still getting some teams not entering scorecards soon enough or posting them in time for Saturday delivery.
And some are still not putting the match id on the card. We’re halfway through the season and it’s getting beyond a joke. Scott says….. I can’t print what Scott says suffice to say if the id isn’t on the card he has to go online to check you’ve done it and that takes up more time.
If you can’t get the card done in time pass it to someone who can!


THE RESULTS

No change to the over 14s and only a couple of sixes this week.

Sixers:  D Davies (Abingdon United B),R Bumpass (Berinsfield SC).

Total Over_14s
17 D Dix 6-5-6 (Abingdon United B) – Week 8
17 D Hudson 5-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 2
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 6
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 5
16 J Simmons 4-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
15 B Moody 6-5-4 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 6
14 D Bradshaw 5-4-5 (Hart Harwell A) – Week 8
14 S Wilson 6-5-3 (Berinsfield SC A) – Week 7
14 C Brind 4-5-5 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 4
14 G Brown 4-5-5 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
14 S Kenny 5-5-4 (Berinsfield SC) – Week 2
14 B Parker 6-5-3 (Abingdon United B) – Week 1

Blobbers: A Miller (The Plough A West Hanney),C Wakefield (Waggon and Horses C),C Widdows (Harwell RBL B),D Avenell (The Plough A West Hanney),J Cook (Wheatsheaf Drayton),J Moxon (RAL RecSoc),L Claxton (The Plough Appleton),L Rollinson (Crown Marcham),M Hadaway (The Plough Appleton),P Johnson (The Brewery Tap B),R Bishop (Old Anchor A),R Dawson (The Plough Appleton),R Goodwin (Plough East Hendred),T Hill (Crown Marcham).

SectionHome SectionAway Home HomePoints Away AwayPoints
Premier Premier Abingdon United B 2 Spread Eagle B 4
Premier A Spread Eagle 4 Berinsfield SC A 2
Premier Premier Steventon Sports A 2 Plum Pudding 4
A A Abingdon RBL 4 Hart Harwell A 2
A A Tandem 6 Abingdon RBL A 0
B B Berinsfield SC 6 Abingdon Con Club 0
B B Chequers Charney 0 The Vine A 6
B B College Oak A 1 Royal Oak Didcot 5
B B Fleur De Lys 2 Abingdon United C 4
C C Bowyers Arms 0 Fox Denchworth B 6
C C Fox Denchworth A 6 Wheatsheaf Drayton 0
C C Plough East Hendred 6 Red Lion B 0
C C Red Lion A 3 Stanford In the Vale FC 3
D D Eight Bells Eaton 2 Harwell RBL A 4
D D Harwell RBL B 2 Bear & Ragged Staff 4
D D Red Lion C 3 The Bell at Grove 3
D D Wheatsheaf Didcot 1 Saxton Rovers 5
E E Black Horse A 4 Abingdon Arms Wantage 2
E E F.M.S.S.C Morning Star 4 Spread Eagle D 2
E E The Plough Long Wittenham 6 Waggon and Horses C 0
E E Waggon and Horses A 0 North Star A 6
F F Boundary House 6 Old Anchor A 0
F F North Star B 2 Boundary House A 4
F F Old Anchor B 4 RAL RecSoc 2
F F Packhorse 2 Brewery Tap A 4
F F The Brewery Tap B 4 Crown Marcham 2
G G The Plough Appleton 4 The Plough A West Hanney 2
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Competitions: Tom Simmons 5’s Trophy

Another variable weather night for the 5’s knockout Tom Simmons trophy games at Abingdon RBL and Plum Pudding.

wp-1467322769786.jpgAt the Legion Abingdon United B took down Abingdon Conservative Club in an immediate semi final in two straight sets legs (too much Wimbledon) and this was the only match as both Berinsfield and Steventon Sports couldn’t field a 5 player team.

At the Plum Pudding all four teams turned out and it was already a tense first match between Tandem and Spread Eagle that had gone to 3 sticks in the first leg and was decided in the 3rd by the Tandem.

Next up Spread Eagle B took Berinsfield out to get themselves a place in the semi final.

The Venue Semi-final then fell between Tandem and Spread Eagle B.

wp-1467322798383.jpgThis one went a leg a piece and down to the last few sticks of the Spread in the third and deciding leg but unfortunately anchorman Barry Stowell couldn’t get his last two sticks on target to keep them in the game with a win or draw.

Despite the showers there was a great atmosphere both in banter and in gameplay.

Tom Simmons 5’s final will be between Tandem and Abingdon United B to be played on Finals Night Wed 14th September at Abingdon United FC.

 

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A stick falls right in the 5’s Semi-Final at the Plum Pudding

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Summer 2016 – Week 8 Results

Competitions:     ABINGDON has its first WORLD CHAMPION

Barry Parker (Ab.Utd B) won the World Singles Aunt Sally Championship at the weekend at Charlbury Beer Festival.

Eights final was won by Spread Eagle over Ab.Utd.B – see Aunt Sally TV for the video!

This Week:  Tom Simmons 5s competitions on Thursday venues are Plum Pudding (Milton) and Abingdon RBL (Abingdon).

Next Week: Singles !   See Calendar for details.


THE RESULTS

2016-17up-Dix-HusdonDave Dix managed 17 (6-5-6) this week – surely the max has to come to this legend this season or even to Dave Hudson who also got 17 back in week 2!

Here they are pictured with the doll that got away! Dave Dix left, Dave Hudson right.

D.Bradshaw from Hart of Harwell also joins the over 14s this week scoring a 5-4-5 in the match against the Plum Pudding.

Sixers: B Stowell (Spread Eagle B),D Dix 2x (Abingdon United B),R Bunce (Chequers Charney).

Total Over_14s
17 D Dix 6-5-6 (Abingdon United B) – Week 8
17 D Hudson 5-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 2
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 6
16 D Dix 6-5-5 (Abingdon United B) – Week 5
16 J Simmons 4-6-6 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
15 B Moody 6-5-4 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 6
14 D Bradshaw 5-4-5 (Hart Harwell A) – Week 8
14 S Wilson 6-5-3 (Berinsfield SC A) – Week 7
14 C Brind 4-5-5 (Steventon Sports A) – Week 4
14 G Brown 4-5-5 (Spread Eagle) – Week 3
14 S Kenny 5-5-4 (Berinsfield SC) – Week 2
14 B Parker 6-5-3 (Abingdon United B) – Week 1

Blobbers: G Penny (George and Dragon Upton),J Pandgandian (George and Dragon Upton),J Samways (Hart Harwell A),J Viner (Abingdon RBL),L Robey (Black Horse B),R Dawson (The Plough Appleton),R Loran (Red Lion B),T Hill (Crown Marcham)

SectionHome SectionAway Home HomePoints Away AwayPoints
Premier A Abingdon United B 6 Abingdon RBL 0
Premier A Plum Pudding 2 Hart Harwell A 4
Premier A Spread Eagle B 2 Berinsfield SC A 4
Premier A Steventon Sports A 6 Tandem 0
A Premier Abingdon RBL A 2 Spread Eagle 4
B B Abingdon Con Club 1 Abingdon United C 5
B B Berinsfield SC 4 College Oak A 2
B B Chequers Charney 0 Plum Pudding B 6
B B The Vine A 4 Royal Oak Didcot 2
C C Fox Denchworth A 2 Plough East Hendred 4
C C Red Lion A 4 The Grapes 2
C C Stanford In the Vale FC 6 Red Lion B 0
C C Wheatsheaf Drayton 4 Fox Denchworth B 2
D D Bear & Ragged Staff 3 Harwell RBL A 3
D D Harwell RBL B 3 Wheatsheaf Didcot 3
D D The Bell at Grove 5 Saxton Rovers 1
D D The College Oak 4 Eight Bells Eaton 2
E E F.M.S.S.C Morning Star 3 The Plough Long Wittenham 3
E E North Star A 4 Waggon and Horses C 2
E E Queens Arms Didcot 1 Black Horse A 5
E E Spread Eagle D 3 Abingdon Arms Wantage 3
E E Waggon and Horses A 2 Waggon and Horses B 4
F F Boundary House A 2 Packhorse 4
F F Crown Marcham 1 Brewery Tap A 5
F F RAL RecSoc 4 Old Anchor A 2
F F The Brewery Tap B 2 Boundary House 4
G G Black Horse B 5 George and Dragon Upton 1
G G The Plough A West Hanney 2 The Plough Appleton 4

 

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