Wednesday, 3rd September 2014 (First half points in brackets)
Monks Park 'B 226
Buzzcocks 244 vs
Kingsley Park 253
League Report Week 9
Week 9 and over half way in with all still to play for, title chasing Kingsley were away to Monks A in the first of this weeks matches.
Monks A gave a solid performance, with captain Helen Smith grabbing a 30, followed by Gary Martin with useful 31, and Steve Catling with 33, Adam Grant made a return to shooting with a good 29 to give the team a 233 finish. Kingsley in reply had a 32 off the belt with Kevin Hawkings, followed by 34 from Steve Shears, and a maximum 35 from Emma Shears her second of the campaign. Dave Poxon provided a follow up 33 to extinguish any hope in a huge first half performance to leave them at the end of the night on 252.
Cogenhoe home for a second week this time against Monks B, some amazing inidividual performances Carl Glaister a new shooter popping in his first 30 for home team, Nathan Gallant with best ever 31 and capt Jonathan Cobb with 33, gave a 245 team score at the end. Monks B' with only 8 shooters still produced a good score, with capt Tracy Donnovan & shooter Kevin Walton leading the scores with 31 a piece. They finished with credible 231.
League Report Week 8
The half way point in the winter season and only two matches this week as one was postponed. Cogenhoe faced off at home to Monks A, Jonathan Cobb again leading the team with 33, and Colin Waite with 30 they had a disappointing shoot and gave a 233 total. Monks 'A with Fred Love leading with 31, and quadruplet of 30's from Michelle Smith, Nicola Smith, Gary Martin & Steve Catling secured the points.
Kingsley Park home to Buzzcocks was the other scheduled match, with a pairs of 32's to start from PB & Steve Shears, Emma Shears with maximum score of 35, her first of the season. Followed by Kevin Hawkings with 33, and a first 35 in a while from the ever dependable Steve Griffiths, they posted a high 260 to beat. Buzzcocks in reply Duane Hendron with a 30, gave the team a good base and this was followed later in the match by Teresa & Paul Key with 32's and Gary Markie with 34 to finish to leave them on 241 overall and a solid showing.