Scores from the skittle alleys

PUBLISHED: 10:26 13 December 2017 | UPDATED: 10:26 13 December 2017

Latest scores and results from the local skittle leagues.

Weston & District Skittles League Division 1: Rascals 540 (J Lane, I Thompson 58) 16, Lord Nelson A 518 (J Watts 58) 0; Young Lions 442 (C Hay 44) 12, Ginger Mingers 434 (M Brazier 51) 4; Unionist A 560 (R Clarke 59) 12, Regent Sports 529 (A White 57) 4; Crown Inn 535 (P Blackwell 55) 16, Homefield Rangers 457 (Phil Hucker 48) 0; Worle Club 445 (I Rawlins 47) 2, Klinkerbelles 508 (M Taylor 54) 14; Dropouts 509 (N Harrison 52) 4, Nomads 526 (N Middle 62) 12; Beer Masters v Flintstones (no card).

Division 2: Peckers 511 (P Williams 56) 14, Coach House B 485 (R Harris 56) 2; Churchill Club 477 (M Cook 49) 2, Weston Legionaires 493 (P Baines 52) 14; White Hart Harriers 542 (A Phillips 53) 13, White Hart Humbles 530 (I Gregory 53) 3; Coach House A 479 (D Nicholson 44) 12, Admirals 453 (G Wilkinson 52) 4; Anchors 454 (G Poole 55) 6, Crusaders 455 (S Garside, D Bush 49) 10; Dab Hands 467 (S Wilcox 49) 2, Stragglers 474 (A Evans 50) 14; W/Anchors Away 452 (S Thomas, F Thopson 41) 0, Bittermen 512 (C Payne 52) 16.

Division 3: Bleadon Racers 545 (D Mawford 55) 16, Uphill Steamers 509 (A Phillips 51) 0; Earlybirds 419 (A Davis 44) 4, Worle Century Club 443 (S Goddard 46) 12; Boro Arms B 472 (N Poole 45) 16, Social Club B 430 (S Venn 43) 0; Prince of Wales 465 (J Eastwood 51) 12, Survivors 452 (A Adams 48) 4; St Happys 453 (S Wood 50) 12, Shepherds 443 (R Jones 47) 4; Regency Alleyblasters 430 (A Matthews 52) 2, Langford Rovers 539 (I Dicker 65) 14.

Weston Central Skittles League George Davis Cup round 3: Rollers 487 (G Cooper 48), EFTB 463 (D Underhay 56); St Johns B 530 (M Taylor 54), Wurzels 505 (N Blake, P Hughes 51); Consti Probables 457 (D Nicholson 44), Reptiles 481 (R Jones, D Stacey 51); Alleycats 534 (C Harding 52), Fortyniners 528 (A Wright 55); Choppers 447 (P Dean 55), REA 370 (M Singfield 38); Cannonballs 485 (I Sinclair 49), Gatecrashers 503 (K Dyer 55); Walnut B 492 (A Hawkins 57), Poachers 464 (L Cox 45); Century B 487 (E Pearson 47), Breakaways 474 (S Hawkins 45).

Knockout Cup round 1 – Division 1: Reptiles 498 (C Bowden 51), Wurzels 524 (L Grant 51); Century A 443 (H Broomhall 47), EFTB 471 (N Underhay 49); Choppers 513 (J Dean 53), Breakaways 510 (P Joll 54); Century B 493 (A McLeish 53), St Johns B 533 (D Jones 61); Wookurs 511 (R Hawkins 53), Alleycats 530 (D Buck 51).

Division 2: Nutters 426 (N Dunn, S Hodgkins 41), Belvedere 415 (C Cavaciuti 46); Lions 426 (J Haynes 46), Gatecrashers 467 (R Young 46); Depoteers 487 (P Dawson 48), Box Tops 471 (N Davies 47); Poachers 502 (L Cox 55), Consti Probables 526 (D Knapp 55); Sweeney bt Hornets (did not turn up).

Division 3: Falcons 349 (I Lucas 40), Double Six 384 (J Black 39); REA 448 (R Bignell 44), Steamers 449 (T Dandy 47); Conservative B 427 (M Murray 53), WAFC 377 (A Gower, R Burnell 42); Atoms bt Tornadoes (team folded).

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