Summer League – Season started 3rd πŸ™‚ May….

Thanks to our sponsors Dyno Plumbing and Heating we’ve kicked off the 2017 season.

ALL SCORECARDS MUST BE ENTERED ONLINE BY FRIDAY FOLLOWING THE MATCH – or BOTH teams lose the points.

Summer League: Week 3 Results

This week there was a cancelled game F Section Plough W.Hanney cancelled their White Horse B game giving White Horse B 6 points and in E section Wheatsheaf Drayton postponed their match against Boundary House A – NOTE all postponed matches have to be played before the next Wed match and notified to the League. If this match doesn’t go ahead Boundary House A will take 6 points as if a cancelled match.

REMINDER – all cancelled/postponed matches have to be notified to the League. The best way to do this is login to the website and use the new Team Support function just below the ‘Submit Match Card’ on the top menu. 


Over 14s – Both Leigh Clapton and Dave Dix from Ab.Utd.B matched scores of 4-6-5 for a great 15 each this week. Mick Phillips (Spread Eagle) cracked a 5-5-4. Good to see Tony Barrett (Ab.Con.Club A) back playing and on form with his first 6 of the season.

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Summer League: Week 2 Results

Well done everyone for getting their cards online by Friday – it makes our job so much easier if we don’t have to chase. We are still getting some postal cards late so please do your best.

We’ve had a couple of players who have not been registered beforehand therefore – these scores have been removed. YOU MUST REGISTER PLAYERS before a match with Β£3 per player using the form on the homepage. We do our best but you need to fill in the form and submit the right fees ! Thank you for playing by the rules and helping us to help you.

Charlbury Beer FestivalCharlbury Beer Festival is getting organised and is keen for great Aunt Sally players to take part in the World Championships on 24th June. With a Β£200 cash prize, the Fining’s Cup, and the kudos of being Aunt Sally World Champion 2017, they’re expecting a bigger event than ever! They’ll be running two professional throws side by side, with player capacity rising to 48. So reserve your place NOW !


Over 14s – Two new entries in the over 14s this week, World Champion Barry Parker and John Simmons. 

14 Barry Parker 4-4-6 (Abingdon United B) – Week 2
14 John Simmons 6-3-5 (Spread Eagle) – Week 2
14 Dave Dix 5-5-4 (Abingdon United B) – Week 1

Sixers:Barry Parker (Abingdon United B), Dave Dix (Abingdon United B), John Simmons (Spread Eagle), Paul Longford (Tandem).

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Summer League : Week 1 Results

Abingdon & District Aunt Sally League sponsored by Dyno Plumbing & Heating – Week 1
 
So far we’ve had a touchy start to the league with only 22 out of 30 cards being delivered by Saturday post and a few teams not entering online (just posting) before Saturdays deadline (Friday for online). You will see from the league tables that there are three games completely missing. One is AWOL (disappointingly in the Premier/A), one is a postponed/missed match and one has had difficulty getting online which we are trying to help with.
 
The Committee has therefore decided in this case, being the start of the season, that the Tandem and Abingdon Con Club will NOT lose their match points this time. However, any further rule breaches will be dealt with according to the rules. ALL TEAMS TAKE NOTE PLEASE.
 
Bear in mind that at the AGM it was passed that BOTH sides check their entries online and ENTER THE CARD ONLINE if necessary if it has not been done by the Winning side (or home side if drawn) by Friday. IT IS THEREFORE IMPORTANT that both sides take a photo of the card (readable!) so that you can enter online if necessary and if there is a dispute we can sort it out quickly. Ideally we would remove the need to post a card but this would rely on everyone taking responsibility and a photo and entering scores properly and on time. (It would also need a vote at the AGM). The reason we ask for all the scores in is that we have to pass the results onto the newspapers on Sunday for publication on Monday. Plus we play in a league because it’s a competition. Otherwise it’s just practice.
 
So help us to help you by following the agreed rules of the League. Thank You. – Paul Stone, Secretary & Aunt Sally Committee
 

First week and we have our first Over 14 ! Dave Dix (Ab Utd A) managed a 5-5-4 in his first week. Marvellous!

Premier/A – Abingdon United B 2 – Steventon Sports A 4; Spread Eagle B 6 – Plum Pudding 0; College Oak A 6 – Hart Harwell A 0; Plum Pudding B 0 – Spread Eagle 6;
 

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Captains/Secretaries – POINTS TO NOTE THIS YEAR

  1. Get your cards online asap. Whether you won or lost – see new rules. 
  2. Both sides take a photo of your completed card. Note that the idea of the card is for players/Captains to verify by signature that the scores are correct after the game.
  3. Put the Match ID on the scorecard which is given on screen when entered online, take a snap and post the card (with a stamp).
  4. If you lost/drew – check the match scores online with your photo and send an email in with ciorrection details (and your card photo for proof).
  5. If you have to Cancel a match do it 24 hours before so your host doesn’t waste food. It’s only polite.
  6. Enjoy your games!

You know it’s good when you hear the wood !

 

 

 

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Winter League: Final Top Dolls

FINAL TOP DOLLS 2016-17 SEASON

                      β€˜A’ Section

  Player M Dolls Ave.
1 D.Dix 15 203 4.51
2 L.Clapton 18 187 3.46
3 B.Parker 18 181 3.35
4 D.Davies 18 171 3.16
5 S.Humphries 16 162 3.37
6 P.Longford 15 141 3.13
=7 S.Enock 17 138 2.70
=7 D.Butler 15 138 3.06
=9 J.Bowler 16 137 2.85
=9 A.Bell 16 137 2.85

                      β€˜B’ Section

  Player M Dolls Ave
1 P.Barrett 18 155 2.87
2 S.Martin 18 150 2.77
3 B.Clapton 18 143 2.64
4 T.Lach 17 135 2.64
5 R.Taylor 18 118 2.18
6 C.Keeley 15 110 2.44
7 I.Brown 17 107 2.09
8 D.Bellcourt 15 106 2.35
9 K.Souch 17 105 2.05
10 Jon Warrell 16 101 2.10

 

 

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Summer League: Provisional fixtures/Comps available

We’ve published a provisional Section Fixtures and final (!) Competition Fixtures list on the website so you can plan your matches. We have some minor changes in the comps on the main league sheet (so use the separate comp fixture list) but the printers will be producing the final A3 sheets and the new scorecards this week and we’ll get the packs to your venues as soon as we can. This year’s sponsor is Dyno heating and plumbing and you’ll have a special surprise in your fixture packs!

 

Note we have a new Dolly Recorder this year in Vic Pratt and it’s his address on the new scorecards so please make sure you use them (they have a Wantage address).

SECRETARIES: if you’ve not logged in to make sure your credentials are still valid to enter scorecards please do so and contact us if you have problems so we don’t get a rush in the first week ! You can make sure you can reset your own passwords by ensuring you have a valid email address on your profile – that way you can use the password reset function. Thanks!

 

 

 

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Summer League : Secretaries check your entries!

As the Winter League draws to a close with their Finals and Presentation Night on Wednesday this week at Abingdon United FC we have been busy in the background getting all your players registered online for the Summer League (Thanks Vic). 

So now is the time for your Secretary to check your players and their spelling. Just go to the results page https://abingdonauntsally.com/scoring-system/scores-and-results/all-scores/?sectionyear=2017&season=Summer  and search for your team name (use Ctrl+F and type your name to find it).  Check your team tallies with your Registration Form and email webmaster if you find errors.

We have the fixture lists being prepared by the printers and these will be with your venues soon. As soon as we have the final PDF version it’ll be posted on the website.

Don’t forget…..

You know it’s good when you hear the wood! 

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Winter League: Week 18 Match Reports

ABINGDON & DISTRICT W.A.S.L.

β€˜A’ Section

  TEAM P W D L FOR AGT PTS AVE
1 Ab. Utd. β€˜A’ 18 16 2 0 868 670 94 16.07
2 Spread Eagle β€˜B’ 18 12 1 5 761 640 74 14.09
3 Spread Eagle β€˜A’ 18 11 1 6 727 647 72 13.46
4 The Heathens 18 13 1 4 735 646 69 13.61
5 Ab. Legion 17 10 2 5 626 626 55 12.27

β€˜B’ section

  TEAM P W D L FOR AGT PTS AVE
1 Penlon 18 9 0 9 590 637 45 10.92
2 Ab. Con. Club 18 6 0 12 544 630 41 10.07
3 Ab. Utd. β€˜B’ 18 3 1 14 552 594 38 10.22
4 Ab. Utd. β€˜C’ 18 3 2 13 533 671 35   9.87
5 Brown Owls 17 0 0 17 396 730 12   7.76

Game reports.

Spread Eagle β€˜A’ beat Ab.Con. Club 6-0 to end C.C. chances of finishing β€˜B’ Section winners.  The leg scores were 15-11, 13-12, 18-13.  For The Spread S.Humphries 12, J.Gapper needing 5 to win the 2nd leg duly obliged and finished with 11, D.Mott 10 & J.Bowler 8.  In reply for C.C. B.Clapton top scored with 11 ( he’s been scoring better since starting to wear his glasses – which I don’t understand as he has no lenses in them), P.Barrett 9 & D.Todd 6.

Ab. Utd. β€˜A’ failed to win for only the 2nd time this season after drawing 3-3 (obviously) with Ab. Legion.  The leg scores were 14-12, 17-17, 15-16.  For Ab. Utd. β€˜A’  β€˜Dead Eyed’ Dix in included a 6 in his 15 (and missed with his last stick for another in the 3rd leg), not to be out done (to much) B.Parker also hit a 6 in his 12, D.Davies 10 & B.Duff 7.  For The Legion S.Champ 13, P.Ealey & C.Brind 10 each and D.Sapey 9, who when needing 5 to win the 2nd leg just missed with his last stick to do so. 

The Heathens beat Penlon 5-1 but they had already secured winning the β€˜B’ section.  The leg scores were 19-7, 11-4  (yes four), 13-13.  For The Heathens D.Holmes included a 6 in his 15, T.Downes 9, D.Butler & P.Longford 8 each.  In reply for Penlon I.Morrison 9 (including a 4 to secure a point in the 3rd leg) & T.Lach 8.  P.Stone put his 2 blobs down to fact that he didn’t need them as they had already secured the section – yea right.

Spread Eagle β€˜B’ secured runners up spot after a 6-0  win over Ab. Utd. β€˜C’ with leg scores of 10-5, 16-7, 17-10.  For Spread β€˜B’ I.Brook (in only his 3rd game of the season) 10, A.Bell 9, S.Enock, N.Weston & L.Clapton 8 each although Steve did have a 1st leg blob.  For β€˜The Scarecrow Boys’ Jon Warrell top scored with 9 dolls.

Ab. Utd. β€˜B’ beat Brown Owls 6-0 with leg scores of 10-8, 12-4, 11-8.  For Utd. β€˜B’ S.Martin 10, R.Taylor 8, D.Harris 7 & K.Souch 6.  For The Owls C.Chung & I.Brown 6 each.  Despite having only 4 players they did not record their lowest total.  One thing I forgot to mention about The Owls was the fact they entered more people into the competitions than any other team.  Credit to you and hope you enjoyed the season. 

                                   Regards

Tosh

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Winter League: Week 17 Match Reports

ABINGDON & DISTRICT W.A.S.L.

β€˜A’ Section

  TEAM P W D L FOR AGT PTS AVE
1 Ab. Utd. β€˜A’ 17 16 1 0 822 625 91 16.11
2 Spread Eagle β€˜B’ 17 11 1 5 718 618 68 14.07
3 Spread Eagle β€˜A’ 17 10 1 6 681 611 66 13.35
4 The Heathens 17 12 1 4 692 622 64 13.56
5 Ab. Legion 16 10 1   581 580 52 12.10

β€˜B’ Section

  TEAM P W D L FOR AGT PTS AVE
1 Penlon 17 9 0 8 566 594 44 11.09
2 Ab. Con. Club 17 6 0 11 508 584 41 9.96
3 Ab. Utd. β€˜C’ 17 3 2 12 511 628 35 10.01
4 Ab. Utd. β€˜B’ 17 3 1 13 519 607 32 10.17
5 Brown Owls 16 0 0 16 380 697 12 7.91

Game reports.

Ab.Utd. β€˜A’ clanged off 56 dolls in their 6-0 win over Spread Eagle’A’.  The leg scores were 20-9, 17-12, 19-13.  For Utd. β€˜A’ D.Dix 15, B.Parker recorded his 1st 6 of the season in his 12, D.Davies & B.Duff 10 each & K.Fisher 9.  For The Spread  D.Mott 11 & S.Humphries 9.

Ab. Utd. β€˜B’ beat Utd. β€˜C’ 4-2 with leg scores of 10-12, 14-8, 13-9.  For Utd. β€˜B’ K.Souch 11, S.Martin 8, N.Green 7 & D.Harris 6.  In reply for Utd. β€˜C’  Jon Warrell 9 & T.Cartlidge 6.

Spread Eagle β€˜B’ beat The Heathens 4-2 with leg scores of 12-16, 15-11, 20-16.  The Heathens needing to win 4-2 to put 3 teams on 66 points won the 1st leg then proceeded to lose.  For Spread β€˜B’ B.Stowell & L.Clapton 11 each, S.Enock & N.Weston 9 each & A.Bell 7.  For The Heathens P.Longford 11, D.Butler & D.Holmes 9 each, B.Adams & A.Woolloff 7 each.

Ab. Con. Club recorded their 2nd 6-0 win on the trot.  It came against Penlon and put a dent their bid for the β€˜B’ section title.  The leg scores were 12-10, 14-12, 8-6. Nothing β€˜odd’ about those scores then.  For Con. Club P.Wiblin 9 (usually takes him 3 games to score that many), D.Todd & B.Clapton 7 each & P.Barrett 6.  For Penlon T.Lach 9 & E.Jeffries 6.

                                   Regards            

                                                    Tosh

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