Welcome to the Wychwood
Aunt Sally League Website
And we are done! For the full results and reports, please visit the Weekly Reports section. Congratulations to all the winners on the night, and commiserations to all the losers. Not that there were any losers, as everyone who played should be proud to make it to play at Finals Night. Special thanks need to be sent out to:
Lee Thompson - For yet again being the Projector specialist, being the Man on the Mic, sorting out the Venue and many more jobs behind the scenes that you don't realise he does
Rob Bradford, Mick Phipps, Ron Hinchcliffe, Richard Johnson, Chuck Berry, Jeff Glenister, Bob Hall, Dick Walsh, Rob Tudge & Spencer Buckingham (I think that is everyone) that helped out with Calling & Sticking Up duties. The matches wouldn't happen without these guys!
Dick Walsh - For nailing the raffle yet again
Eynsham Sports & Social Club - For the great work of all the staff invloved, which allows us to put on this event
The Scoring Ladies - Thanks to Glenda, Sue & Fiona for filling in the scoresheets throughout the whole evening
Raffle Donations - Thanks to everyone who kindly provided us with a raffle prize
Witney Trophy Centre - Thanks to John & Rachel for all the hard work in preparing the trophies for us
Mick Berry - For helping out with the Trophy Presentation
And finally, a big thanks to you. Who?, You, yes You! Every single person that has been part of our league this year. Players, Venues, Bar Staff, Drivers, Partners and everyone else.
Without each & every one of you, we are nothing, so thanks!
Someone out there is missing a set of sticks! They were left at The Black Prince last week, which was where the Supplementary Cup Semi Finals were held. They are a fairly old set, with some red tape around the end. I've got them safe for now, but if I run out of firewood over the Winter......
NEW WORLD CHAMPION!!
Congratulations to Roger Goodall on reclaiming his World Champion crown, played at the Charlbury Beer Festival last Saturday. Although Roger is currently taking a little break from playing in our Wychwood league, we all know that he will return sooner rather than later, probably once he has developed enough skills to perform over 5 legs instead of just 3. Yet again, there was a strong turn out from Wychwood players at the competition, with I think 12 players out of the field of 35 are regularly playing on a Thursday night. It was a very enjoyable afternoon, and although the conditions were tricky, with a strong wind blowing, the action was a pleasure to watch.The highlight of the event is the attitude of all the players, who all play with a smile on their faces, which helps make it such a fun day without it being over serious.
Well done Roger, and well done to everyone who took part.
CANCELLED & POSTPONED FIXTURES
Just to clarify the process, if you need to postpone a match, you must:
1.Inform the captain or venue of your opponents a MINIMUM of 48 hours before the match is due to take place
2.Inform the Fixture Secretary
The postponed match should be replayed within 1 month of the original fixture date. Don't forget, you can bring fixtures forwards if required. For example, if you know that half your team is going on holiday at the same time, why not play the fixture before they go?
All contact information for each team can be found on this website
Welcome to the new and improved Wychwood Aunt Sally League website!
We hope you will be spending plenty of time here!
If anyone spots any errors, then they were probably deliberate, but please feel free to let me know!
Please pay careful attention to the new section above, titled '2017 ALL PLAYER SCORES'. This page will be updated with everyones weekly scores, which we think you will agree is a major improvement to this website. This shows all the players that have been signed on by each team. If you wish to add to your squad, then you must let me know BEFORE any new player plays a game.
We welcome our new sponsor for the 2017 season, which is Loddon Brewery. The brewery is family run, and was founded in 2002 by Chris & Vanessa Hearn, and then commenced brewing in 2003. They are based in a 200 year old converted barn on a working farm in Dunsden Green, Oxfordshire, on the rural estate of Lord Phillimore. They brew traditional British craft beers using the finest raw ingredients. In their range of beers is Hullabaloo, which is 4.2% and is rich,nutty & malty, with a dry hop finish. This is a permanent fixture at The Black Prince, and I can certainly say that it is blooming lovely!! Please give them a try!
You can contact them on:
Winning captains, don't forget to send the cards in ASAP!
I can't get the website updated and results in the press unless I have the scorecards sent in!
New players can still be registered, but beware, this could change your handicap!
Don't forget, all result scorecards need to be sent to:
or text a picture of the scorecard to 07817 765678
or pop them in the post
Good luck and enjoy!