New skittle teams wanted at Clevedon

PUBLISHED: 14:37 10 April 2018 | UPDATED: 14:37 10 April 2018

New teams are required for the forthcoming season by Clevedon & District Skittles League.

Clevedon & District Skittles League is looking for new teams and players to join its league which is sponsored by Butcombe Brewery for the forthcoming season starting from September 2018 until April 2019.

All matches are played on a Tuesday night in the North Somerset area and the league currently has teams in Clevedon, Nailsea, Yatton, Wraxall, Cleeve, Claverham and Kingston Seymour.

For more information, contact the following: John Pople 07836 365858, John Powell 07870 482133, Greg Newman 07875 430535, Sharon Williams 07887 851582 or Jason Soper 07906 907740.

Visit the website: clevedonanddistrictclubskittlesleague.co.uk or add us as a friend on Facebook.

Clevedon & District Skittles League final tables - Division 1:

W L Pts

Woodpeckers 10 4 92

Pinheads 9 5 91

Wraxall 8 5 81

Nailsea Institute 7 7 72

K/Seymour 8 6 68

Nailsea Nomads 7 7 65

Cleeve Devils 3 11 47

Archers 3 11 44

Division 2

Backwell 11 1 102

Grovers 8 3 70

Bellbusters 6 6 59

Mizzymakers 6 6 57

Kingston Seymour 5 7 55

Conservative Club 4 7 41

Dark Horses 1 11 26

Clevedon Skittles League Division 1: Gremlins 458 (8), Fire Alarms 462 914); Straight Aims 466 (2), Beernecessities 495 (20); Gems 373 (20), Dog Ollocks 288 (2); Blockbusters 489 (18), Crabs 440 (4); Newcomers 421 (18), Booners 394 (4); Telstars 431 (2), Salt Cellers 441 (20); Fire Alarms 435 (14), Straight Aims 421 (8); Salt Cellers 417 (4), Blockbusters 446 (18).

Division 2: Motor Club 426 (19), Nutters 407 (3); Lady Ruckers 379 (4), Castoffs 396 (18); Beachcombers 370 (17), Stragglers 350 (5); Ditchers 480 (18), STB 476 (4); Rugby Belles 330 (4), Guys n Dolls 380 (18).

Division 2 Front Pin Cup: Guys n Dolls 226, Motor Club 329.

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