First advantage to the District League

PUBLISHED: 15:30 03 December 2010

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THE District League’s first game against the Wrington Vale League took place at Hornets with the District winning by 20 pins.

THE District League’s first game against the Wrington Vale League took place at Hornets with the District winning by 20 pins.

In the first set, captain Tim Urch got the District going with a good score of 55 with spares on the third and fifth hands. Not to be outdone, Dave Jones, also of the District, had spares on the fourth and last hands to finish with 57 as Wrington trailed by 32 after the first set.

The District took the second set by 13 pins with some steady skittling. The third set went to the Wrington by three pins with Kevin Buck top scoring with 57 and D Geal 50, but top man this year in the inter-league games, Martin Taylor, had a brilliant 67 with three spares.

In the last set, the Wrington team had a real go at the District with six spares between them. Leading the way was Keith Hann with 62 and just behind Jeff Wall with 61 and bringing up the rear for Wrington was captain Andy Harris with 52 for a set total of 175. In reply, Graham Wilcox scored 60 for the District in a total for the set 152.

Weston & District Skittle League (M Taylor 67) 586, Wrington Vale League (H Hann 62) 566.

Division 1: WM Racketeers B 497 (M Taylor 55) 12, Cabot Bittermen 436 (C Payne 45) 4; Worle Club 484 (M Ager 47) 12, Warriors 476 (M Leahy, P Joll 48) 4; Rascals 505 (C Hunt, M Day 47) 14, Coach House A 485 (D Wilmott 52) 2; Fraser Lads 470 (M Glover 45) 2, Young Lions 489 (N Millett 54) 14; Homefield Rangers 469 (H Mabbett 43) 0, Flintstones 505 (J Nicholson 57) 16; Unionist A 486 (M Partridge 47) 4, Nomads 487 (T Urch, N Middle 46) 12.

Division 2: Coach House B 497 (J Sharp, S Jakeway 50) 12, Regent Sports 457 (B Hurrell 56) 4; Dropouts 533 (T Cooke 55) 14, Dab Hands 451 (G Pincott 53) 2; Bristol Stragglers 495 (S John 53) 6, Worle Century Club 499 (C Cleeves 54) 10; Strays 515 (B Hutchings 52) 14, Churchill Club 470 (B Woodman 51) 2; Langford Rovers 509 (C King 49) 14, Regency Alleyblasters 437 (J Ley Morgan 42) 2; Anchors 523 (M Harris, D Heathcock 48) 3, Crown Inn 546 (M Tranters 55) 13.

Division 3: Pin Hunters 506 (M Elswood 52) 14, Admirals 481 (W Hulme 51) 2; Cabot Probables 490 (P Seabright, C Morris 48) 12, Lord Nelson A 483 (I Norton, R Stuckey 44) 4; Ginger Mingers 481 (S Thompson 47) 2, Hillbillies 501 (M Bowden 53) 14; W/Anchors Away 439 (J Parslow 48) 0, Nellys Heroes 512 (N Wilcox 54) 16.

Division 4: Weston Legionaires 487 (J Maguire 50) 16, Social Club B 461 (S Venn 47) 0; White Hart Humbles 482 (A Lightfoot 51) 12, Bleadon Racers 481 (O Poole 47) 4; Uphill Steamers 447 (A Phillips 45) 14, Shepherds 382 (L Watts 44) 2; Earlybirds 363 (R Faulkner 37) 0, Survivors 405 (T Francis 47) 16; Boro Arms B 436 (L Hutchinson 45) 12, Prince of Wales 434 (P Duffy 49) 4; St Happys 486 (M Bowden 52) 12, Beer Masters 484 (S Hodgkins 48) 4.

WESTON and District Central Skittles League Division 1: Ere for the Beer 581 (N Underhay 61) 13, Renegades 542 (M Hanson 59) 1; Belvedere 511 (M Wright 57) 12, Alleycats 498 (J Bastin 47) 2; Bizzy Bs 444 (L Fewings 42) 3, Cabot Fubars 453 (R Austen 47) 11; Wurzels 536 (N Blake 54) 0, St Johns B 565 (L Stocker 58) 14; Sweeney 511 (A Pattenden 51) 2, Choppers 519 (P Dean 61) 12; Cabot Rollers 527 (L Davidson 54) 4, Century B 537 (C Thorne 54) 10; Walnut B 550 (I Gregory 55) 12, Breakaways 511 (G Beynon 51) 2.

Division 2: Wookurs 453 (D Sirmon 45) 2, Rejects 473 (D Sellick 56) 12; Persuaders 485 (P Newton 59) 2, Hornets 502 (P Mager 50) 12; Century A 472 (D Jones 53) 12, Box Tops 434 (A Lightfoot 47) 2; WAFC 448 (D Evans 43) 4, Wanderers 462 (J Davies 48) 10; Depoteers 481 (P Dawson 50) 2, Poachers 516 (M Clark 52) 12; Dambusters 450 (C Franks 52) 2, Falcons 536 (I Lucas 55) 12; Gatecrashers 442 (D Hoskins 51) 3, Conservative B 450 (M Warren 50) 11.

Division 3: Reptiles 441 (D Bowden 47) 2, Cannonballs 490 (D Sanders 49) 12; Tornadoes 509 (J Garfield 51) 14, REA 472 (J Disney 46) 0; Constiballs 403 (C Fry 44) 4, Nutters 411 (M Tupper 45) 10; Elvers 462 (R Taylor 49) 2, Fortyniners 471 (M Southwood 44) 12; Atoms 520 (K Mulraney 55) 12, Balmoral Steamers 504 (M Bateman 53) 2; Nalgo 448 (D Cook 44) 14, Double Six 408 (B Taylor 44) 0.

WESTON and District Ladies Skittles League Division 1: Drifters 414 (K Tucker 47) 14, Electrodes 402 (H Bale, M Brueford 46) 0; New Pennies 342 (J Williams 40) 2, Charlies Angels 393 (L Weymouth 40) 12; Wayward Queens 503 (V Smale 61) 12, Wreckateers 468 (K Dean 57) 2; Weston AFC Ladies 459 (J Thorne 46) 0, Streakers 477 (P Clark, C Ward 46) 14; Wooden Tops 475 (A Bruton, P Radford 46) 4, Fraser Sports 481 (M Davis 56) 10; Worle Sports 345 (J Faraway 40) 12, WM Starlights 336 (S Richardson 36) 2.

Division 2: Avengers 470 (R Kent, S Brueford, T Walker 45) 12, Social Rockers 424 (R Hill 41) 2; Club Girls 400 (G Hopkinson 39) 2, Pin Ups 426 (B Jarvis 44) 12; Concordias 412 (S Searle 45) 11, Breakaways 383 (A Smith 39) 3; Dolly Mixtures 451 (M Beaumont 47) 11, Larks 409 (P Bloomfield 44) 3; Jays 418 (K Jones 43) 4, Triards 425 (S Fraser 42) 10; Weaker Links 438 (J Peer 42) 10, Winscombe Sports 420 (S Coombes 49) 4.

Division 3: Hazbinz 435 (E Llewellyn 48) 0, Utta Kaos 477 (A Parlour, L Regan 44) 14; Social Rebels 377 (V Coles 38) 12, Likely Lassies 360 (B Green, L Hunt, J Harris 36) 2; Victoria Belles 434 (J Temlett 49) 10, Strugglers 417 (B McKerron 42) 4; Week Enders 410 (D Bebbington 43) 4, Improvers 426 (S Sokol 53) 10; Whirlybirds 443 (J Disney 43) 12, Hart Breakers 397 (L Whittaker 48) 2.

Division 4: Alley Katz 425 (G Jones 46) 12, Owls 406 (F Taylor, C Longman 40) 2; Congresbury Ladies 415 (J Hawkesby 42) 4, Nutty Ladies 430 (B Marney 46) 10; Lakesiders 282 (A Phillips 36) 3, Bottoms Up 306 (J Thompson 39) 11; Major Disasters 421 (M Johnson 48) 11, Socialites 365 (K Archer 43) 3.

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