Week 4

First of all this week, a message from the Malvern.

Could division one sides who have a bye each week please consider playing the old MALVERN side in a friendly. They are seeking to rejoin the league in the new year. Also, if any games are cancelled from any divisions during the week of match, please also consider a friendly. Please contact Colin Caley.

The Bull A of division one of the league are the only side with a 100% winning start to the league campaign. They beat the Hairy Bull 7-2. There was three 180s in the match, one a piece for Ryan Short, Tony Selby and Carl Booker, plus there was two nice ton plus checkouts. A 122 for Kevan Hackett and a 115 for Alan Katreiber.

Not quite as good for the Bull B though, they are the only side without a win, they lost 7-2 against the Dewdrop Oast. Mick Mendham hit a 180 and Steve Roberts checked out on 102, both for the Dewdrop.

The Dewdrop sit level on points with the Diamond in third position, they do also have a game in hand. This week the Diamond were 5-4 winners against the Old Endeavour.

The DWMC B tasted defeat for the first time, they lost 5-4 against the Boars Head C. Jim Fenton checked out on 104 for the Boars Head. The newly promoted side have picked up two wins out of four, a fairly decent start to life in the top flight.

In the final game of division one, the Phoenix Maddogs picked up their first win of the season, they beat the Real Diamonds 5-4.

In division two we still have two sides with a 100% winning record, if you remember last week there was four sides unbeaten but one record was going to go. It was the Crown & Sceptre that lost that record, they were beaten 5-4 against the Three Cups.

So the Cups keep their winning run going, as dot he Admiral Harvey A and the Diamond. The Harvey A beat the Boars Head A 6-3 and the Diamond C beat the Bull Dogs 5-4. Warran Kingsnorth hit a 180 for the Bull Dogs.

It was a good week for the Admiral Harvey B as well, they won 7-2 against the Boars Head B, Michael Barnes hit a 180 for the Boars Head. Like the A side from the Boars Head, they are still looking for a win this season. The Phoenix Rising beat the DSAA Hope 6-3 and finally the Carriers b won 5-4 against Tilmanstone, another side who have o=won half their games in the higher division.

In division three the Hairy Crown are top, four wins on the bounce. They beat the DSAA Misfits 7-2.

The Old Endeavour were again handed a 9-0 win, whilst the Phoenix C lost for the first time, 5-4 against the Northern Diamonds. Jim Chalmers was on form, hitting a 180, the first of the season in division three.

In fourth place are the Carriers A, they beat the Sportsman A who are looking for their first win of the season. The Nelson are fifth, they beat the Phoenix St Pauls 5-4.

And finally the Sea Lions, which I think I should clarify as few people have asked now, are playing from the Angling Club. They beat the Crown Smiffys 6-3, thats their second win of the season.

Enjoy your arrows this week!

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