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Match Reports Week 12 and Week 9

A Section

TEAM

P

W

D

L

D/FOR

D/AGT

  • PTS

AVE

1

Ab.Utd. ‘A’

12

10

1

1

518

419

  • 57

14.38

2

The Fox

12

8

1

3

539

454

  • 48

14.97

3

College Oak

12

7

1

4

471

460

  • 41

13.08

4

Old Masters

12

7

1

4

479

454

  • 40

13.30

B Section

TEAM

P

W

D

L

D/FOR

D/AGT

  • PTS

AVE

1

Ab. Utd. ‘B’

12

5

2

5

452

414

  • 41

12.55

2

Ab. Legion

12

5

2

5

409

443

  • 33

11.36

3

Ab. Con. Club

12

4

2

6

410

437

  • 30

11.38

4

Ab.Utd. ‘C’

12

2

1

9

406

443

  • 29

11.27

5

Spread Eagle

12

3

1

8

403

447

  • 29

11.19

6

Penlon

12

2

0

10

352

468

  • 12

9.77

Game reports.

Ab.Legion beat Ab. Con. Club 6-0 with leg scores of 12-9,12-11, 13-10. For The Legion D.Sapey & lDriver 10 each & P.Ealey 7. In reply for Con. Club J.Castle & T.Barrett 8 each. This was Legions first 6-0 win of the season.

Ab. Utd. ‘A’ drew 3-3 with Ab. Utd. ‘B’ with leg scores of 13-13, 13-15, 19-12. For Utd. ‘A’ G.Brown 11, L.Clapton, P.Wright & S.Pugh 9 each & J.Gapper 7. For Utd. ‘B’ P.Mulford & I.Morrison 10 each, B.Clapton & D.Davies (no not Dickie – that’s his dad) 8 each.

In a close game The Fox overcame Old Masters 5-1 with leg scores of 16-16, 17-14, 16-15. For The Fox M.Sheridan hit a cracking 14 dolls, Norman ‘where the hell has he been all season’ Nuttall12, D.Butler 10 & B.Parker 9. For OM ‘The Barguss Boys’ 11 each, A.Woolloff 10 & T.Downes 8. OM’s highest total of the season was to no avail.

College Oak beat Spread Eagle 4-2 with leg scores of 13-10, 11-8,9-14. For The Oak D.Cross 10 & F.Tracey 7. For The Spread J.Bowler 10, S.Kinnaird 8 & B.Newman 7.

Ab. Utd. ‘c’ beat Penlon 6-0 with leg scores of 15-7, 13-7, 14-6. For Utd. ‘c’ K.Souch 10, D.Harris 9, A.Gregory & S.Martin 8 each & P.Arnold 7. In reply for Penlon M.Jeffries top scored with 8 dolls. E.Jeffries & T.Phipps managed 1 doll each (should have gone to specsavers). Utd ‘C’s 42 dolls was their highest total of the season so far and their first 6-0 win. Penlons 20 dolls was their lowest total of the season.

p.s. Ron, if you would like this in Braille please let me know.

                • Regards

                  Tosh

The following game reports are for the rearranged week 9 games which were played on Thursday 4th of February.

Ab.Utd. ‘A’ beat Ab.Legion 6-0 with leg scores of 14-10, 15-10, 18-10. For Utd. ‘A’ L.Clapton 12, B.Spicer 11, G.Brown 10 & J.Gapper 9. For The Legion D.Sapey 12 & P.Ealey 7. I think The Legion were suffering

from a bout of ten-donitis. Do you get it, ten-doni oh! forget it.

College Oak beat Penlon 6-0 with leg scores of 15-7, 16-12, 12-4. For The Oak A.Pocock & S.Enock 11 each, D.Cross 9 & F.Tracey 7. In reply for Penlon T.Lach 8 & V.Smith hit 7 but the rest were c**p. J.Carter & M.Jeffries throwing like aggrophobic Venezuaelan pot-holers managed 2 dolls each. This was the Oak’s first 6-0 win of the season.

Old Masters had to come from behind (good skill) to beat 4 man Spread Eagle with leg scores of 8-10, 15-10, 15-13. For OM T.Ward (guesting) included a 6 in his 13 dolls, T.Downes 9, M.Hall & A.Woolloff7 each. For The Spread B.Newman 9, S.Kinnaird, J.Bowler & a disgruntled D.Mott 8 each.

Ab.Utd. ‘B’ drew 3-3 (obviously) with Ab.Utd.’C’ with leg scores of 10-10, 13-8,9-13. For Utd. ‘B’ I.Morrison top scored with 10 dolls. I think Stevie Wonder was the second highest scorer. For Utd. ‘c’ P.Arnold 8, A.Gregory & S.Martin 7 each.

The Fox beat Ab. Con. Club 5-1 with leg scores of 15-5, 16-13, 11-11. For The Fox a below par M.Sheridan managed only 11 dolls, N.Nuttalll0, M.Rusher 9 & B.Parkers 7 dolls included a first leg blob. For Con. Club M.Chadwick top scored with 8. The less said about the others the better.

p.s. Stevie Wonder thanked Utd. ‘B’ for the game. Although he said he couldn’t see what you saw in the game he did send the following text message. “pu* v/\2_lt)£ :=ma&l,% s?/d q< t;z9f S*-t!”

p.p.s. You would not believe the sleepless nights I have thinking up this twaddle.

                • Regards

                            • Tosh

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