The Town League Pairs draw was made at the recent 'December meeting' you can see it here...
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Wednesday, 7th January 2015 (First half points in brackets)
Monks Park 'A 236 vs
Kingsley Park 255
Buzzcocks 238 vs
Monks Park 'B 219
Vocal 253 vs
The Barn Owl 230
Wednesday, 17th December 2014 (First half points in brackets) - rearranged matches
Monks Park 'A 230vs
Kingsley Park 268 vs
League Report Week 17
The summer season kicked off this week with plenty of life and more new shooters for the league. First scheduled match on the board was Monks Park 'A at home against current winter league top of the table Kingsley Park.
Starting the home teams scores off with a useful 30 stalwart Sean Lloyd, Fred Love followed a few places later with a 33, and Gary Martin finished off the scores with a 31 to leave the Monks on 236 for the start of year, Kingsley in reply were quick out of the blocks with Steve Shears hitting a 33, and then followed by Emma Shears with third of the season 35, after a string of consistant shooting by the rest of the team until Steve Griffiths finished off the rout with a 33 to leave the away side on 255.
Buzzcocks at home played Monks 'B with vice capt Leah Long starting things off with 31, Dave Ramnarine hit the same score halfway through and this seemed to be a popular scoreline with Gary Markie finishing the scores with one too to leave them on 238. Monks 'B fielding eight shooters too CM with his first game in the league posted a 28, well done to him, and AM shooting his second game with 23 also well done and welcome to him. The away teams scores were led by Liam Donnovan with a 31 as they finished on 219.
The current second placed winter league team the Vocal faced off at home for the first match of the new year against a newly moved team Barn Owl (formerly Cogenhoe) Dave Grant-Innes started well with his fifth 35 of the season in the league, followed by Barry Steele with a 33. With Steve Skears hitting a 32, they posted a 253 with only eight shooters. The Barn Owl started with Richard Spink 31, before new shooter in his third game Stuart Jackson hitting a useful 26, well done to him. With Carl Glaister suprising himself with his best score of season in only his first season with 31, and captain Jonathan Cobb with a top score 35 his first for two years they finished a credible 230 to lose.
League Report Week 16 - all very tense at the top
The end of the winter season was in sight and with two re-arranged matches still to be shot to conclude the season this week also provided two re-arranged matches on display.
First up Monks Park 'A in a home match against Cogenhoe, John Green finished the year off in style with a 33 leading the scores, Michelle Smith followed later in the match with a 29, and then Gary Martin finishing the effort with 30 to leave them on end of year 230. Cogenhoe chasing this, in his first season Ben Eardley set a new personal best 31, followed by captain Jonathan Cobb with 30, and then 32 shooting again as they fielded only 6, with two to fire twice, final score 219.
The top of the table always seems to be a tight affair and this seasons cliffhanger was no exception to that with Kingsley Park sitting second, against Vocal currently top with a game in hand. high scores were aplenty this week, with no less than three 35 high scores in one game. PB started the night off well for home team Kingsley, the first home side 35 was popped in by Steve Shears, followed up by great 34 from Emma Shears, a string of good scores followed until the second 35 came courtesy of RS. With Kingsley finishing a huge scoreline of 268, but losing half time point as Vocal started with Dave Grant-Innes 35, followed by three successive 34's from Barry Steele, Steve Skears & Barry Finch, they posted a 264 but now sit a point behind with all to play for in their re-arranged game to come.