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Week 15 Match Reports

‘A’ Section

TEAM

P

W

D

L

FOR

AGT

PTS

AVE

1

Old Masters

15

14

0

1

666

545

75

14.80

2

The Fox

15

12

0

3

661

524

69

14.68

3

Ab. Utd. ‘A’

15

12

0

3

639

531

69

14.20

4

College Oak

15

9

1

5

583

524

53

12.95

‘B’ Section

TEAM

P

W

D

L

FOR

AGT

PTS

AVE

1

Ab. Utd. ‘B’

15

6

3

6

558

558

46

12.40

2

Spread Eagle

15

7

1

7

570

578

42

12.66

3

Ab. Utd. ‘C’

15

3

4

8

543

594

38

12.06

4

Ab. Legion

15

3

1

11

492

564

27

10.93

5

Ab. Con. Club

15

3

1

11

483

576

26

10.73

6

Penlon

15

0

1

14

418

614

5

9.28

Game reports.

Ab. Utd. ‘B’ beat College Oak 4-2 with leg scores of 14-9, 11-16, 12-9. For Utd. ‘B’ B.Clapton 10, D.Holmes & D.Davies 9 each. For The Oak S.Enock 10. D.Cross 9 & F.Tracey 7.

Ab. Utd. ‘A’ beat Ab. Con. Club 6-0 with leg scores of 14-13, 17-14, 14-9. For Utd. ‘A’ L.Clapton & P.Wright 11 each, J.Gapper & G.Brown 8 each & T.Ward 7. For Con. Club J.Simms 10, T.Barrett 9 & J.Castle 7

The Fox beat Ab. Legion 6-0 with leg scores of 13-11, 13-12, 21-7. For The Fox B.Parker included a 6 in his cracking 14 dolls, M.Sheridan also recorded a 6 in his 12, N.Weston 9 & D.Butler 7. In reply for The Legion D.Sapey top scored with 10 dolls.

Old Masters struggled to a 5-1 win over Spread Eagle to maintain a healthy lead at the top. The leg scores were 11-11, 15-9, 15-13. For OM G.Barguss 13, M.Hall & J.Barguss 8 each & A.Woolloff 7. For The Spread B.Duff (guesting) 9, B.Newman 8 & J.Bowler 7.

Ab. Utd. ‘C’ beat Penlon 6-0 with leg scores of 14-6, 14-12, 13-12. For Utd. ‘C’ S.Martin 11, K.Souch 9, D.Harris 8 & A.Gregory 7. For Penlon T.Lach 9, E.Jeffries 8 & J.Carter 7. V.Smith hit just 1 doll and I think that was a dodgy call.

Regards

Tosh

p.s. Next week (16th) it’s the Fives semi’s followed by the Three’s. Frank, if you could explain the 3 stick rule to Roger as it’s doing my head in now. Play to Start at 7-30 sharp, so get here early if you want a practice.

p.p.s. Terry Downes is running the Reading Half Marathon (13.1 miles) on March 20th in aid of Pancreatic Cancer U.K. He will not be going round asking for sponsorship but if you would like to sponsor him he will be stood in his normal place, so please go and approach him. Terry would like to thank you for your anticipated support for what is a very worthwhile cause.

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