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Match Reports Week 2

ABINGDON & DISTRICT W.A.S.L. ‘A’ Section TEAM P W D L FOR AGT PTS AVE 1 The Fox 2 2 0 0 81 59 10 13.50 2 Ab. Utd. ‘B’ 2 1 1 0 86 67 9 14.33 3 College Oak 2 1 1 0 82 59 9 13.66 4 Spread Eagle 2 1 0 1 79 54 8 13.16 5 Old Masters 2 1 0 1 79 64 8 13.16 ‘B’ Section TEAM P W D L FOR AGT PTS AVE 1 Ab. Legion 2 1 1 0 74 78 7 12.33 2 Ab. Con. Club 2 0 1 1 74 71 5 12.33 3 Ab. Utd. ‘C’ 2 1 0 1 60 78 4 10.00 4 Penlon 2 0 0 2 59 93 0 9.83 5 Ab. Utd. ‘A’ 2 0 0 2 36 87 0 6.00 Game reports. Ab. Utd. ‘C’ beat Old Masters 4-2 with leg scores of 12-12, 10-10, 12-10. For Utd. ‘C’ A.Gregory 10, S.Martin 9 & D.Harris 8. For OM T.Downes 12 & G.Barguss 9. Moving quickly on……… Ab. Legion beat Spread Eagle 4-2 with leg scores of 14-9, 9-17, 13-12. For The Legion N.Tait 10, P.Ealey & C.Brind 9 each & D.Sapey 7. B.Lacey throwing like a ruptured Russian weightlifter managed just 1 doll. For The Spread J.Simmonds 10, M.Phillips 9, S.Kinnaird 8 & B.Newman 7. Ab. Utd. ‘B’ beat Penlon 6-0 with leg scores of 15-9, 14-10, 17-10. A good all round performance from Utd. ‘B’ saw I.Morrison top score with 12 dolls. ‘Dickie’ Davies hit 10, D.Holmes 9, D.Bowler 8 & B.Clapton 7. In reply for Penlon T.Lach 8, R.Holmes & E.Jeffries 7 each. College Oak beat Ab. Utd. ‘A’ 6-0 with leg scores of 16-4, 14-7, 16-7. For The Oak L.Clapton 12, A.Pocock 11, P.Soden 9, C.Crawford & S.Enock 7 each. For Utd. ‘A’ M.Fenton top scored with 6 dolls. If you are short of players any week lads, Stevie Wonder is looking for a game. The Fox beat Ab.Con. Club 6-0 and are the only team to have won both of their opening games. The leg scores were 8-13, 14-12, 13-8. For The Fox B.Parker hit 3-5-5, missing with his last stick in both the 2nd and 3rd legs. N.Nuttall hit 8 dolls. For Con. Club P.Wiblin & T.Barrett each scored 10. Regards Tosh p.s. Don’t forget I need comps entries & monies tonight, please.

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Match Reports Week 2

TEAM

P

W

D

L

D/FOR

D/AGT

PTS

AVE

1

Old Masters

2

2

0

0

  • 85

69

11

14.16

2

The Fox

2

2

0

0

  • 93

74

10

15.50

3

Ab. Utd. ‘A’

2

2

0

0

  • 94

78

9

15.66

4

Spread Eagle

2

1

0

1

  • 60

67

6

10.00

5

College Oak

2

0

1

1

  • 77

84

5

12.83

6

Ab. Con. Club

2

1

0

1

  • 68

74

5

11.33

7

Ab.Utd. ‘B’

2

0

0

2

  • 73

79

4

12.16

8

Penlon

2

1

0

1

  • 64

71

4

10.66

9

Ab. Legion

2

0

1

1

  • 71

80

3

11.83

10

Ab. Utd. ‘c’

2

0

0

2

  • 66

75

3

11.00

Game reports.

Ab. Legion & College Oak drew 3-3 with leg scores of 12-8,14-14,9-11. For The Legion P.Ealey included the fIrst 6 of the season in his cracking 14 dolls & J.Driver hit 9. In reply for The Oak D.Cross (fearing another adverse write up) hit 11, A.Pocock 8 & P.Soden 7. DJohns, standing in for F.Tracey managed just 1 doll (I shouldn’t have bothered, mate).

A disorganised Old Masters beat Ab. Utd. ‘c’ 5-1 with leg scores of 13-12, 14-14, 14-11. For OM R.Lewis 11, T.Downes & A.Woollof9 each. For Utd ‘c’ A.Gregory 11, K.Souch 9 & S.Martin 8. Thanks to D.Sapey for making a guest appearance due to the late arrival ofG.Barguss (I’m going to get him a b****y watch for Xmas).

After a shaky start Ab. Utd. ‘A’ beat Ab. Con. Club 5-1 with leg scores of 13-13, 14-11, 18-10. For Utd. ‘A’ J.Gapper top scored for the 2nd week running with 11 dolls. B.Spicer & G.Brown 9 each, L.Clapton & B.Carter 8 each. For Con. Club M.Hall ( guesting) 9 & J.Simms 8.

Penlon recorded a rare win when beating Spread Eagle 4-2 with leg scores of 14-9,9-9,9-9. For Penlon T.Lach & M.Jeffries 8 each. For The Spread J.Bowler managed 7 dolls.

A disgruntled Fox (that’s not like them!!!! ) beat Ab.Utd. ‘B’ 4-2 with leg scores of 11-12,20-12, 15-14. For The Fox D.Butler 12, B.Parker 11, G.Chambers 9 & D.Rusher 8. For Utd. ‘B’ P.Milford (the well known typing error) top scored with 12 dolls, D.Davies 9 & B.Clapton 8.

              • Regards

                          • Tosh

p.s. I have provided ( thanks to Sue) soft rolls for tonight following complaints from Owen, saying that the crusty one’s were to hard and he was having to get Ron to chew them for him.

p.p.s. I would like to point out that any hints of sarcasm or cynicsm were purely intentional

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