Copper Fox Slip Up

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THEIR 6-3 defeat at Smethwick Cricket Club has cost Copper Fox ‘R’ the leadership in the Harborne and District League as they drop one place to second behind new leaders Northfield Conservative Club who won 5-4 at Northfield Town giving them a two points lead over both Copper Fox ‘R’ and third placed Smethwick Cricket Club.

There were just the three scores of 180 this week supplied by R.Hosey, S.Jones (Northfield Conservative Club) and K.Jukes (Copper Fox ‘M’).

Full Results: Game 10: Cock Inn 7 (L.Fox 100, N.Hurst 2×140, A.Vaughan 3×100,140, Joe Fox 2×100, A.Hopkins 115, A.Underwood 100) The Mill 2, Northfield Town 4 (A.Savage 100,121,125, A.Busby 121,2×140, D.Hopkins 100, S.Busby 100,121,120, M.Hopkins 120,125,135,110f, A.Faulkner 100,133) Northfield Conservative Club 5 (R.Hosey 122,130,180, T.Shipley 100,100f,123, A.Sutton 2×100,121, T.Garfield 100, D.Hill 4×100,134,2×140, S.Jones 2×100,125,180), Avenue Social 5 (T.Williams 101, V.Gilliland 115, L.Grant 118, P.Gilliland 114, M.Gilliland 121) Quinton RBL 4 (D.McConomy 2×100,121, F.Goldsby 100, E.Scullion 116), Smethwick Cricket Club 6 (A.Bomber 100,121,130,140, M.Collins 140, V.Gould 2×100,2×140, S.Sheridan 3×100,125,2×140, F.Johnson 2×100,2×140, D.Nicholls 2×100,101f,136,2×140,15 darts game, P.Brookes 100) Copper Fox ‘R’ 3 (E.Simpson 3×100, J.Hykin 2×100, A.Hykin 4×100,140, T.Hamilton 100,2×140, N.Porter 4×100,140, R.Mann 125), Copper Fox ‘M’ 6 (J.Downer 100, K.Jukes 3×100,180, D.Kent 3×100,140, G.Dews 2×100,120,2×140,17 darts game, A.Harvey 5×100, J.Loughran 3×100, M.Davies 100) Weoley Castle WMC 3 (S.Joyce 2×140, S.Pasetti 2×100,125,140, M.Bolton 3×100,121,125,140, P.Coombes 140, D.Cornwell 120, M.Warr 100).


It was League Cup semi-finals week in the Sheldon and District Summer League and Langley Arrows who are placed second in group one had a 5-2 win over Smithswood Social who are second in the group four table. From the other half of the draw Raven Arrows won the all group one tussle against Willclare Sports and Social 5-2. There were maximums for both Jake Webster (Langley Arrows) and David Reid (Willclare Sports and Social) while Willclare’s Frank Dixon checked out on 112.

Langley Arrows and Raven Arrows will square-up to each other in the final which will be played tomorrow night (21st September) at the Willclare Sports and Social Club

There were three rearranged league fixtures played which saw Highwood beat Raven Arrows in group one to put the title all dependant on the one remaining fixture between current leaders Highwood and second placed Langley Arrows with just two points separating the two teams. 

In the group two fixture Hornet won their home game against Maggies 6-2 to lift them off the foot of the table while the group three game saw Lyndon Old Boys win 5-3 at Langley Flights, this was only Lyndon’s second win in nine games.

Hornet’s Gary Stait hit a maximum while Langley Flights player Lee harris checked out on 107.

Full Results:League Cup:Semi-Finals:- Smithswood Social 2 Langley Arrows 5 (Jake Webster 180), Raven Arrows 5 Willclare Sports and Social 2 (David Reid 180, Frank Dixon 112f), Rearranged League Fixtures:Group One:- Highwood 5 Raven Arrows 3, Group Two:- Hornet 6 (Gary Stait 180) Maggies 2. Group Three:- Langley Flights 3 (Lee Harris 107f) Lyndon Old Boys 5.


Harborne Village Social Club, 3 Serpentine Road, Harborne, B17 9RD will be staging a Darts Knockout on Saturday 23rd September with £250 being added to the prize fund. Cost of entry is £10, doors will open at the club at 10.30am, registrations will be accepted up to 1.00pm with a 1.30pm start. Anyone requiring any further information should contact Nipper on 07861-247012 or Mike on 07701-031981.


A 4-3 home win over, third in the Kings Norton League, Bourneville was not enough for Northfield to hold on to pole position as a 6-1 win at Kings Norton Flights gave Copper Fox the slight average lead on their rivals for the title moving them up one place into the number one spot level on thirty-two points with Northfield but with a game in hand.

A Savage (Thurlestone), P.Hughes (Cock Inn), D.Whitcombe (Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club), C.Smith (Bournebrook) and J.Trott (Longbridge) all found the magical three treble twenties this week.

Full Results: Game 19: Thurlestone 5 (N.Watts 100,140, T.Garfield 2×100,105, R.Waldron 140, B.Andrews 3×100, J.Downer 100,140, S.Deeley 125, A.Savage 2×100, A.Savage 180) Rubery Social Club 2 (J.Grainger 138, A.Faulkner 4×100,140, R.Higgins 100,114), Kings Norton Flights 1 (P.Lilley 133, M.Hanley 2×100,140, C.Rigby 100, L.Rooney 121, G.Saad 100) Copper Fox 6 (E.Simpson 2×100,135,140, G.Dews 2×100,140, K.Bedder 2×100,115,119, T.Hamilton 3×100, D.McConomy 140, R.Mann 2×100), Grant Arms 3 (S.Hale 100,2×121,134, A.Dewsbury 3×100, P.Taylor 140, N.Smith 2×100, M.Davies 2×125,135, V.Walton 2×100, P.Smith 2×100) Cock Inn 4 (P.Hughes 100,121,125,140, A.Hopkins 121, L.Fox 100,125, A.Vaughan 100,116,125, Joe Fox 140, K.Vaughan 100, S.Cartwright 100,118, P.Hughes 180), Coppice 5 (D.Hill 100,120, A.Ward 124, A.Chidley 4×100, S.Jacques 2×100,103,134, M.Mooney 2×140, R.Packer 3×100, A.Phillips 111) Kings Norton Ex Serviceman’s Club 2 (L.Bandy 107, T.Shaw 100, C.Davenport 100,125, D.Whitecombe 2×100,125,180), Northfield 4 (R.Hitchmough 4×100, L.Allen 100,101, A.Busby 101,105f, M.Lloyd 4×100,140, D.Hopkins 124, M.Hopkins 100,134, N.Procter 100) Bournebrook 3 (M.Welsh 121,140, T.Cullen 100,129, T.Jeffs 125, K.Mason 100, D.Collins 100,137, C.Smith 100,180, P.Nevin 2×100,121,135, D.Smith 100, C.Ryan 121), Longbridge 2 (C.Evans 100, S.Facey 105,124, K.Malone 3×100, J.Trott 180) Bourneville 5 (M.Collins 2×100, G.Carver 119f, A.Deeley 140, M.Ferriday 140, G.Bailes 125, J.Guy 2×100, D.Murray 100).


As the second half of the season gets underway in the Sutton and District Summer League only average separates the top two teams in division one, a 7-2 home win over Walmley CSC Flights gives Highcroft Hotdogs a slender four legs of average lead over their nearest rivals Bishop Vesey who won 5-4 at Red Lion, both teams are on fourteen points and have a four points advantage over third placed Old Horns Lions who lost ground in the title race going down 6-3 at Heartlands.

In division two leaders Scott Armers opened up a four points lead over second placed Charley’s Flights albeit they have played one game more than them after beating 6-3. After the top two comes four teams Erdington Arrows, Plough and Arrows, Rosey Mac’s and Sutton Sharks, six off the top, all on eight points.

Full Results: Game 8: Division One: Heartlands 6 (Gerry McCormack 121, George Drennan 100, Ryan Cain 146b, Matthew Cain 123,134) Old Horns Lions 3 (Andy Kimberley 140, J.Cusack 100,118,139, Barrie Linnecor 112b,100,109), Old Horns Arrows 3 (Neil Goldie 115, Matt Deathridge 100, Jack Mahon 140, Craig Turner 100, Marc Pearce 100) The Nomads 6 (Kevin Smith 100b,115f, Nathan Fields 140, Brendan Lysaght 100, R.O’Brien 120b), Red Lion 4 (Lee Vickers 100, Tim Vickers 140, Dane Vickers 100, Brian Hughes 140) Bishop Vesey 5 (Dave Walton 112b, Alan Jones 123, N.Birch 100, Nick Sammons 100, Stuart Abbott 100,120b, Mark Wild 2×100), Highcroft Hotdogs 7 (Simon Shorthouse 108b,100, Leigh Dells 100, Sid Pritchett 115b, Kevin Shorthouse 120b, Jack Alexander 109b,100, Karl Neale 100,130) Walmley CSC Flights 2 (Jamie Meredith 100, John Kavanagh 115b, Kriss Green 100b), Old Oscott Arrows 5 (Derek Parsons 100, Mick Maher 112b) Aston Manor CC Flights 4 (Alan Whitehouse 100,140, Peter Graham 2×100,125, Thomas Purcell 2×100),

Division Two: Charley’s Flights 3 (Kevin Hewings 100, Ray Franks 104f, John Burdett 100) Scott Armers 6 (Luke Parry 140, Jamie Sabin 140,125, Mark Felkin 101b), Rosey Mac’s 5 (John Cox snr 2×100, Steven Wintle 120, Stephen Wright 100, Neil Bradley 107b) Erdington Arrows 4 (Matt Yate 125, Harry Sadler 100,103b, Luke Cooksey 100,134, John West 100), Plough and Arrows 6 (Steve Johnson 2x105b,101b) Rosey Mac’s Bar 3 (Jordan Nolan 121, George Averill 125,100), Sutton Sharks 5 (Michael Taylor 106, Chris Gardener 100,117) Pint Pot Flights 4 (Martin Phillips 140, Joe Taroni 123, Pete Smith 119, Mick Bagnall 123,100).


Tyseley WMC made it four straight wins in the Camp Hill League when they won their home game with Peaky Blinder 5-2. The win give the Working Men’s Club a two points breathing space over second and third placed Erdington Nomads and Tyseley Bears, the Nomads winning 5-2 at Moseley Arms while the Bears lost 4-3 at Clumsy Swan who are fourth in the league on the same six points as Nomads and Bears but have played one game more than the three teams above them.

Full Results:Week 5:- Clumsy Swan 4 Tyseley Bears 3, Cottereills Lane EBAHA Club 4 Sedgemere Devil’s 3, Tyseley WMC 5 Peaky Blinder 2, Moseley Arms 2 Erdington Nomads 5.


Longbridge United, West Heath CEM and Bournbrook continue to be the top three teams in both the singles and pre-match doubles divisions of the South West Birmingham Clubs League. In the singles division Longbridge United gained an invaluable 6-1 win playing away against second placed West Heath CEM, the win seeing them open up a two points lead on their hosts who are now only two to the good on third placed Bournbrook who won 4-3 at Stirchley Flights.

In the pre-match doubles division Longbridge are on 216 points with West Heath CEM on 199 and Bournbrook have 152.

There were three top scores of 180 this week and they were provided by L.Fowler (Northfield Town), M.Welsh (Stirchley United) and L.Little (Perfection).

Full Results: Game 17: Kings Norton Ex Service 5 (P.Lilley 108b, M.Hanley 137,100) Avenue Social 2 (M.Davies 106b,100), Northfield Town 5 (J.Cutler 120b,100, A.Chidley 2×100, L.Fowler 2×100,129,180) Stirchley United 2 (L.Bathurst 2×100,125, A.Cullen 100, K.White 100, M.Welsh 135,180), Perfection 3 (N.Loat 115, A.Savage 100, D.Smith 119, G.Webb 120b, L.Little 180, K.Jones 2×100, R.Needham 105) Northfield Conservative 4 (G.Corbett 2×100, B.Simpkiss 100, J.Steward 106,124), Stirchley Flights 3 (R.Butcher 100, A.Reynolds 140) Bournbrook 4 (C.Smith 120b,139,140, D.Smith 100, T.Jeffs 123), West Heath CEM 1 (G.Bailey 100,120b, W.Webb 140,100, A.Deeley 100, B.Andrews 100, T.Taylor 2×100) Longbridge United 6 (D.Hill 3×100, C.Steadman 120b,2×135, S.Cartwright 120b,105, A.Sutton 121), Moseley All Services v Quarry Club was postponed.


Just one more round of fixtures to be played in the Stourbridge and District Monday Night League and the title is still not decided as only average separates leaders Old Liberal Club from second placed Cross (Oldswinford). In their latest fixtures Old Liberal Club had a close 4-3 success playing away against seventh in the league Bird in Hand while Cross (Oldswinfrod) had a more convincing 6-1 win at Crestwood. Third in the league Ten Arches are some twelve points adrift of the leading duo even after adding their 5-2 win at Rose and Crown ‘A’ to their account.

Like the main league the Shadow league is far from finding a winner as any of the top four teams could win it. Mount Pleasant are top with 18 points from 18 games while second placed Church Tavern are on the same 18 points but from 17 games. Third and fourth Raven and Crestwood both have 16 points after playing 17 games.

Full Results: Game 37: Britannia 3 Church Tavern 4, Gate Hangs Well 5 Glasscutters 2, Bird in Hand 3 Old Liberal Club 4, Netherton Conservative Club 7 Rose and Crown ‘B’ 0, Mount Pleasant 1 Seven Stars 6, Rose and Crown ‘A’ 2 Ten Arches 5, Crestwood 1 Cross (Oldswinford) 6, Cottage 6 Fox Inn (Lye) 1, Old Cat Inn 0 The Princess 7, Raven had a bye.


Its great news for the Netherton Thursday Night League who at the recent AGM confirmed that the eight teams from last season would all be entering for the forthcoming 2023-2024 season and that their numbers would be swelled to thirteen with the addition of five new teams.

Lining up on the opening night of the season will be: Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘A’, Netherton Sports and Social Club ‘A’, Bulls Head, Hill and Cakemore Ex Serviceman’s Club, Townsend Social Club, Spring Meadow Social Club, Dudley Ex Serviceman’s Club ‘B and Netherton Sports and Social Club ‘B’ plus newcomers Hare and Hounds, Olde Queens Head, Old Glasshouse, Old Liberal Club and Spring Meadow Pub.


A 6-1 home win over Waggon and Horses has seen Allen’s ‘A’ go eight points clear at the top of the Hilltop Friendly Tuesday Night League after second placed Vine ‘A’ lost 4-3 away against fourth in the league Cottage Spring. Albion recorded only their second win of season when they won 4-3 at Vine ‘B’ but remain at the foot of the table still four points short of their hosts who are next to bottom of the table.

On the individual scene N.Whitehouse (Allen’s ‘A’) has moved one win clear of M.Wall (Vine ‘A’) in the race for the Individual averages title.

Full Results: Week 26: Vine ‘B’ 3 Albion 4, Allen’s ‘B’ 0 Horseley Tavern 7, Sow and Pigs 1 Ivy Bush 6, Cottage Spring 4 Vine ‘A’ 3, Allen’s ‘A’ 6 Waggon and Horses 1, Tamebridge had a bye.

There was a top of the table clash in the Stourbridge and District Wednesday Night League with leaders Old Liberal Club ‘A’ travelling to take on second placed Hollybush with just two points separating the two teams prior to the fixture. The outcome was a clear-cut 6-1 win for Old Liberal Club ‘A’ to open up a four points lead over their hosts. Bird in Hand ‘E’ and Cottage are third and fourth in the league and have reduced the arrears on Hollybush to four points after Bird in Hand ‘E’ won 7-0 at Brickmakers Arms and Cottage won 4-3 at Old Liberal Club ‘B.

Full Results:Game 17: Fox Inn (Lye) 4 Stourbridge FC 3, Wheatsheaf 6 Woodman 1, Shovel 4 Netherton Conservative Club 3, Dudley Sports 3 Ashwood 4, Garibaldi 3 Kings Head 4, Hollybush 1 Old Liberal Club ‘A’ 6, Brickmakers Arms 0 Bird in Hand ‘E’ 7, Old Liberal Club ‘B’ 3 Cottage 4.


There is only half a dozen fixtures left to play in the Rowley Monday Night League and the odds are that Bell with a four point’s advantage over the rest of the field should take the title. In their latest fixture Bell had a rather close 5-4 home win over middle of the table Rowley Labour Club however the win keeps them well on course for the title but hoping they will slip-up is second placed White Swan who with a 180 from their C.Whitehouse had a more convincing 7-2 success at Waterfall which not only keeps them in touch with the leaders but also maintains their two points lead on third placed Gate Hangs Well who won 5-4 at Romsley Cricket Club.

Full Results: Week 24: Wonder 4 Huntingtree 5, Whiteheath Tavern 3 (N.Hodgkins 9 darts game) Tividale FC 6, Romsley Cricket Club 4 Gate Hangs Well 5, Waterfall 2 White Swan 7 (C.Whitehouse 180), Windmills End 7 Plough and Harrow 2, Bell 5 Rowley Labour Club 4 (A.Ghaley 156b), Spring Meadow 4 Hill and Cakemore Ex Servicemen’s Club 5, Rowley Bar and Grill 3 Loyal Lodge 6.


The Sedgley and Gornal Tuesday Night League have got their new season underway and the early pacesetters are White Horse who handed their visitors Seven Stars a 9-0 whitewash. Not far behind the leaders are reigning champions Gornal Labour Club who were 7-2 winners at Jolly Crispin with last season’s runners-up Old Bulls Head third after their 6-3 win at Red Cow.

Full Results: Week 1 Jolly Crispin 2 Gornal Labour Club 7, Meadow Lark 5 New Inn 4, Red Cow 3 Old Bulls Head 6, Gornal British Legion 4 Baggeridge 5, Cabin 4 Britannia 5, White Horse 9 Seven Stars 0, Netherton Sports and Social Club had a bye.


There were opening defeats for both John Green and Nick Fullwell in the latest round of fixtures in the Ashwood Premier League, leader John Green lost 4-3 to Kevin Harris and although he rallied and won 5-2 against Ben Watts he ended the night on the wrong side of a 5-2 result with Gavin Smith. Despite the two losses Green remains top of the table with 305 points from 58 games and Fullwell is second with 295 from 53 games after he lost 4-3 to Cayden Smith, won 6-1 against Chris Manoila, beat Tony Bennet 4-3 and finished with a 6-1 success over Andy Vellender.

Full Results: Week 31: Sam Aitkens 4 Matt Davies 3, Ben Watts 5 Jack Pritchard 2, Shane Passey 7 Tony Bennett 0, Kevin Harris 4 John Green 3, Josh Pickett 4 Chris Manoila 3, Andy Vellender 4 Jayden Harper 3, Martyn Harper 5 Carl Hipkiss 2, Gavin Smith 5 Mitch Pickett 2, Kevin Harris 6 Paul Pollard 1, Neil Murphy 4 Chris Fox 3, Rob Pierce 5 Wozza Pritchard 2, Martyn Harper 7 Craig Lowin 0, John Green 5 Ben Watts 2, Cayden Smith 4 Nick Fullwell 3, Shane Passey 4 Alan Bate 3, Jake Robinson 4 Chris Manoila 3, Cayden Smith 7 Paul Pollard 0, Andy Vellender 4 Ben Watts 3, Mitch Pickett 5 Chris Fox 2, Gavin Smith 7 Ash Marson 0, Jayden Harper 5 Wozza Pritchard 2, Carl Hipkiss 5 Matt Davies 2, Neil Murphy 7 Tony Bennett 0, Nick Fullwell 6 Chris Manoila 1, Jack Pritchard 4 Jayden Harper 3, Rob Pierce 4 Sam Aitkens 3, Martyn Harper 7 Alan Bate 0, Shane Passey 5 Wozza Pritchard 2, Craig Lowin 4 Paul Pollard 3, Ash Marson 4 Jake Robinson 3, Josh Pickett 5 Carl Hipkiss 2, Kevin Harris 4 Chris Manoila 3, Nick Fullwell 4 Tony Bennett 3, Cayden Smith 7 Chris Fox 0, Gavin Smith 5 John Green 2, Nick Fullwell 6 Andy Vellender 1, Cayden Smith 6 Jake Robinson 1.


No change in the top four places in the Black Country Men’s Super League after leaders Gilbert’s Bar ‘B’ won 5-0 at home against Soccer Zone, second placed Allen’s Bar ‘C’ beat their ‘B’ side 4-1, third placed Railway Tavern had a bye and fourth in the league Townsend Social ‘A’ won 4-1 against Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’.

Full Results:Game 17: Gilbert’s Bar ‘B’ 5 Soccer Zone 0, Old Bulls Head 4 Horse and Jockey 1, Townsend Social 4 White Swan 1, Townsend ‘A’ 4 Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’ 1, Allen’s Bar ‘A’ 4 Vine, Blackheath 1, Quarry Bank Liberal Club 3 Halesowen Cricket Club 2, Whiteheath Tavern 5 Ashwood 0, Allen’s Bar ‘C’ 4 Allen’s Bar ‘B’ 1.

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Leaders of the West Midlands Men’s Super League Dog and Partridge suffered a shock 3-2 defeat away to Kings Head ‘B’ in their latest fixture while their nearest rivals Kings Head ‘A’ had a 5-0 home win over Bridgtown Social.

Full Results: Week 28: Kings Head ‘A’ 5 Bridgtown Social 0, Staffordshire Knot 3 ECC 2, Gilbert’s Bar ‘B’ 5 Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’ 0, Gilbert’s Bar ‘C’ 5 Three Crowns 0, Kings Head ‘B’ 3 Dog and Partridge 2, Corpus Christi 4 Chase Social 1.


Only change in the top places in division one of the Gilbert’s Bar Monday Night Singles League was that of second and third placed Martin Price and Ben Johnson swapping places after Price lost 5-3 to Johnson who goes one point ahead of his opponent. Price then lost by the same score to Phil Clarke while Johnson was held to a 4-4 draw by John Simms.

No change in the top three in division two with leader Jason Hough adding an 8-0 win over Baljinder Gill, second placed Clark Cook winning 5-3 against Allan Davies and third placed Tony Singh suffering a 5-3 defeat to Ben Smith.

The division three title has turned into a one-horse race with leader Alan Melling adding a 7-1 win over Sandra Beardsmore to his tally to give him 216 points and a massive 31 points lead over his nearest rival Robert Harris.

Full Results: Game 26: Paul Price 3 Ben Johnson 5, Reece Cook Lucas 1 John Simms 7, Phil Clarke 3 Martin Angell 5, Ian Stanton 6 Jamie Webb 2, Martin Price 8 Ben Hollowood 0, Rushpal Bhogal 6 Reece Cook Lucas 2, Paul Price 3 Phil Clarke 5, John Simms 4 Ben Johnson 4, Colin Wood 5 Neville Quinton 3, Clark Cook 5 Allan Davies 3, Max Law 1 Chris Hill 7, Tony Singh 3 Ben Smith 5, Jason Hough 8 Baljinder Gill 0, Keith Hollowood 4 Jon Williams 4, Malcolm Pugh 5 Colin Wood 3, Ben Smith 5 Chris Hill 3, Alan Melling 7 Sandra Beardsmore 1, Warren Bower 6 Jamie Aplin 2, Sara Emma Jones 4 Gemma Barrett Jenkins 4, Thomas Hollowood 1 Robert Harris 7, Joe Bartolo 2 Michele Pritchard 6, Andy Poole 4 Alex Bryant 4, Jacqui Simmons 5 Sara Emma Jones 3, Eddie Gripton 1 Sandra Beadsmore 7.


No change in the Singles Division of the Wolverhampton Tuesday Night League with the top three players all on 34 points from 19 games. Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’ are top on average their latest win seeing them beat Three Crowns 7-0, second placed Woodfield won 5-2 against Railway and third in the division ECC ‘A’ beat their ‘B’ side 6-1.

In the Doubles Division ECC ‘A’ lead the field with 36 points four more than second placed Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’ after ECC ‘A’ won 2-1 against their ‘B’ team and Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’ won by the same margin at three Crowns.

Full Results:Game 19:Singles Division: Corpus Christi ‘A’ 4 Ring of Bells 3, Dog and Partridge 3 Wednesfield Legion 4, ECC ‘B’ 1 ECC ‘A’ 6, Gilbert’s Bar ‘B’ 4 Corpus Christi ‘B’ 3, Three Crowns 0 Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’ 7, Woodfield 5 Railway 2, Doubles Division:- Corpus Christi ‘A’ 3 Ring of Bells 0, Dog and Partridge 1 Wednesfield Legion 2, ECC ‘B’ 0 ECC ‘A’ 3, Gilbert’s Bar ‘B’ 1 Corpus Christi ‘B’ 2, Three Crowns 1 Gilbert’s Bar ‘A’ 2, Woodfield 2 Railway 1.


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