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2024 RESULTS & REPORTS

LEAGUE ROUND 3  - 9th May 

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
WHITE HART 3 EYNSHAM SSC A 7
OXFORD YEOMAN B 4 ENSTONE SSC B 6
CHARLBURY SSC 7 OXFORD YEOMAN A 3
MASONS ARMS A 4 YARNTON BL 6
THREE PIGEONS P WHITE HOUSE B P
SECTION TWO & SECTION THREE
WHITE HOUSE A 2 STONESFIELD SSC A 8
EYNSHAM SSC B 4 MASONS ARMS B 6
ENSTONE SSC A 5 CHADLINGTON SSC 5
STONESFIELD SSC B 6 MIDDLE BARTON SSC B 4
MIDDLE BARTON SSC A 3 RED LION 7

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 17 Dolls - Keith Powell & Mark Revill (Both Eynsham SSC A) 

SECTION ONE - 28 Dolls - Steve England (Charlbury SSC) 

SECTION TWO - 12 Dolls - Pete King (Masons Arms B) 

SECTION THREE - 12 Dolls - Lee Parsons (Eynsham SSC B)

 

SIXERS

Steve England - Charlbury SSC x 3!

 

REPORT

No cards received from:

Enstone SSC A v Chadlington SSC
Middle Barton SSC A v Red Lion

I'm getting fed up with this..............

 

Premier & Section One:

There's only one place where the report can start this week, and thats at the match between Charlbury SSC and the Oxford Yeoman A. There was an unbelievable performance by Charlbury's Steve England, who came in with the small matter of 28 dolls (6,5,5,6,6). This tied the league record, and I'm certain that it won't get broken. The match itself was a good contest, with both teams scoring well. In fact, the Yeoman boys managed a blob free match, which I'm sure the fines committee weren't happy about. Charlbury took the match 7-3, although it could have ended the other way around. It did mean that Charlbury were the weeks only home winners in the top sections, as the other three matches went in favour of the away sides. The largest margin of victory was a 7-3 win for Eynsham SSC A, who made the long journey to the White Hart (Also Eynsham). Eynsham SSC were pretty much always in control of the match, but gave away the final leg after a poor set to gift 2 points to the White Hart. One player who deserves a mention is 12yo Nathanial McCreadie, who was playing as the anchor man for the White Hart. News filtered back to me that he managed to hit the doll which tied a leg, and only narrowly missed for the victory. And from my understanding, he was well supported by both teams, which is great to hear. Well done Nathanial, keep it going. Yarnton BL picked up a somewhat surprising 6-4 away win over the previously unbeaten Masons Arms A, whilst Enstone SSC B managed to pick up their first win of the season by winning a last leg shootout with the Oxford Yeoman B.   

Section Two & Section Three:

There was a big win for Stonesfield SSC A, who picked up a surprise 8-2 away win over the White House A. The match was poised at 4-2 to Stoney, but a couple of low scores by the White House saw Stoney run out with the big win. The other Stoney side also managed to pick up a victory after beating Middle Barton SSC B 6-4 at home. It was a very close match, with only 2 dolls separating the sides overall. Middle Barton took the opening leg, but Stoney hit back to take the next three legs before Middle Barton claimed the final leg to gain 4 points. In the final match to report on, the Masons Arms B won a last leg shootout in their match away at Eynsham SSC B to claim a 6-4 win. The match was tied at 4-4 going into this last leg, and after being set a score of 12, Eynsham fell just 1 doll short in their chase, meaning that the Masons took the win.

 

Just as a quick reminder, if I don't get the hard copy of the card, you won't make the weekly top scorers list or the weekly reports. It's that simple!

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LEAGUE ROUND 2  - 2nd May 

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
THREE PIGEONS P WHITE HART P
EYNSHAM SSC A 6 OXFORD YEOMAN B 4
ENSTONE SSC B 5 CHARLBURY SSC 5
OXFORD YEOMAN A 4 YARNTON BL 6
WHITE HOUSE B 2 MASONS ARMS A 8
SECTION TWO & SECTION THREE
MIDDLE BARTON SSC A 6 WHITE HOUSE A 4
STONESFIELD SSC A 4 EYNSHAM SSC B 6
MASONS ARMS B 5 ENSTONE SSC A 5
CHADLINGTON SSC  4 STONESFIELD SSC B 6
RED LION 2 MIDDLE BARTON SSC B 8

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 22 Dolls - Steve Arthurs (Enstone SSC B)

SECTION ONE - 20 Dolls - Steve England (Charlbury SSC) 

SECTION TWO - 14 Dolls - Martin Blake (Enstone SSC A)

SECTION THREE - 0 Dolls - ????????

 

SIXER

Steve Arthurs - Enstone SSC B

 

REPORT

Nice quick report this, yet again due to a lack of cards arriving. At fault this week were:
Oxford Yeoman A v Yarnton BL - NO CARD RECEIVED

Middle Barton SSC A v White House A - NO CARD RECEIVED

Stonesfield SSC A v Eynsham SSC B - NO CARD RECEIVED

Chadlington SSC v Stonesfield SSC B - NO CARD RECEIVED

Red Lion v Middle Barton SSC B - NO PHOTO OR CARD RECEIVED - UNACCEPTABLE 

 

Premier & Section One:

There was an entertaining clash between near neighbours Enstone SSC B and Charlbury SSC, which went the distance and ended in a 5-5 draw. The match began with some good scoring, with the opening leg being tied on 19 each. Enstone then pressed on to move into a 5-3 going into the last leg shootout. As the rain got heavier, the dolls proved harder to hit and it was Charlbury who took this decider to level the scores. It was a good match to play in if your name was Steve, as the three Steve's taking part were the match top scorers. Steve Arthurs for Enstone was the highest with 22 dolls, which included the weeks only maximum, whilst Steve England was Charlbury's top scorer with 20 dolls. Steve McAteer from Enstone was the other Steve, and he came in with 17 dolls. Eynsham SSC A hit back after their defeat last week to pick up a 6-4 home win over the Oxford Yeoman B. Eynsham raced into an easy 6-0 lead following three legs, only for the Yeoman to hit back by winning the last two legs to make the scoreline more respectful. Eynsham will probably look back and wonder how they didn't win by a larger margin, but it goes to show that if you keep going in each leg then you can get some points. The other top flight match saw the first away win of the season with the Masons Arms A defeating the an under strength White House A. It actually turned out to be a fairly close contest, although the Masons always looked like they were in control. Although the match result wasn't what they wanted, at least the White House won the final leg, which had been doubled up as the beer leg due to the rain. 

Section Two & Section Three:

The only card received saw a very close match, with the Masons Arms B hosting Enstone SSC A. Big respect goes to the Enstone team, who made the trip with only 5 players, and one of those was making his league debut. It would have been very easy for Enstone to have called the match off, but they stuck to the rules and got the game played - maybe some other teams could learn from this?? The rules are the rules don't forget... Anyway, it was the Masons who looked like they were going to take full advantage of their extra player, and they were 5-1 ahead after three legs. However, Enstone stuck at it and won the last two legs to tie the match 5-5. Very well done

Cheers all

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LEAGUE ROUND 1 - 25th April

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
WHITE HART P WHITE HOUSE B P
OXFORD YEOMAN B 7 THREE PIGEONS 3
CHARLBURY SSC 6 EYNSHAM SSC A 4
YARNTON BL 5 ENSTONE SSC B 5
MASONS ARMS A 8 OXFORD YEOMAN A 2
SECTION TWO & SECTION THREE
WHITE HOUSE A 9 RED LION 1
EYNSHAM SSC B P MIDDLE BARTON SSC A P
ENSTONE SSC A 7 STONESFIELD SSC A 3
STONESFIELD SSC B 8 MASONS ARMS B 2
MIDDLE BARTON SSC B 10 CHADLINGTON SSC 0

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 23 Dolls - Mark Revill (Eynsham SSC A)

SECTION ONE - 21 Dolls - Steve England (Charlbury SSC)

SECTION TWO - 14 Dolls - Wayne Gray (White House A)

SECTION THREE - 10 Dolls - Mark Finch & Graham Mills (Both Red Lion)

 

SIXERS

Ray Barson - Oxford Yeoman B

Dave Trim - Oxford Yeoman B

Neil Lyon - Three Pigeons

Roger Goodall - Three Pigeons

Alan Stevens - Charlbury SSC

Mark Poulter - Yarnton BL

Rob Bradford - Enstone SSC B

 

REPORT

You might be wondering where the opening report of the season is. I've been hanging back in writing it whilst I wait for the cards to arrive. How foolish of me! It seems that I get the 'pleasure' of starting the season with a grumble......

No cards received from:
Stonesfield SSC 'B' v Masons Arms 'B'

Middle Barton SSC 'B' v Chadlington SSC

No picture of the card received from Yarnto BL v Enstone SSC 'B' - The hard copy only arrived on Wednesday

Teams, I don't have the time or the patience to chase for cards. You all know to send a picture of the card after the match, and then to get the cards to me asap! Thank you to those that made the effort and delivered the cards by hand the following day. I hope that this is the first and last time I have to mention this, but if not I will name and shame the offenders.
I will also mention Rule 11, which is as follows:


If League or Cup results are not received within 7 days, the match can be awarded to the non-offending side 8-2.  If this problem recurs the matter will be debated by the Committee who have the power to award the match against the offending side 10-0

 

I will finish off a report for the matches that I have the cards from over the weekend...
 

Premier & Section One:

Home advantage was certainly the key in the opening round of fixtures in the top sections, with there being three wins and a draw. Coming off the back of their league & cup double last year, Eynsham SSC A began their defence with a 6-4 defeat away at Charlbury SSC. After a low scoring first leg, the quality improved and resulted in a close contest. Charlbury did the damage early on, opening up a 6-0 lead before Eynsham hit back to win the final two legs to get some points on the board. Steve England made a good start to the season for Charlbury with 21 dolls, but it was Eynsham's Mark Revill who was the star performer of the week after coming in with 23 dolls (4,5,4,5,5). There was a surprise result in Freeland, where the Yeoman B defeated the Three Pigeons 7-3 in an excellent fixture. The Yeoman raced into a 5-1 lead after three legs, before the Pigs took the fourth to take the match to a deciding leg. The Yeoman set in this last leg, and posted an impressive 20 dolls, which was enough to take the leg and the match. There were four different players in the match to record a maximum, which is very impressive and it might not be beaten again this season. The second leg for the Yeoman saw the forever young Ray Barson & Dave Trim both hit sixes, whilst Neil Lyon & Roger Goodall both recorded their first of what will no doubt be many maximums hit during the season for the Pigeons. There was a nail biting end in the match between new boys Yarnton BL & Enstone SSC B. With the scores tied at 4-4, the last leg decider ended in a tie meaning that we had the first 5-5 draw of the season. Both sides captains notched a maximum (Mark Poulter for Yarnton & Rob Bradford for Enstone), but it was Steve Arthurs for Enstone who stood out. Steve is a very welcome addition to the long list of great players we have playing in our league, and I'm sure he was pleased with his 21 doll haul. The other top flight match played saw the Masons Arms defeat the Yeoman A 8-2, although the result could have been different as there were two drawn legs. I'm sure the Yeoman lads will settle into their first season in the top flight, and I've heard that they won the most crucial leg of the match, being the beer leg of course. At least we know what their priorities are!

Section Two & Section Three:

As with the top sections, home advantage was again the key, with all four home sides dominatimg their matches to record big wins. The largest winning margin was a 10-0 win by Middle Barton SSC B over Chadlington SSC. The Barton side made the decision to move down the road to the sports club from the Cinnamon Stick, and the change appeared to do them good as they recorded this big win, which included a very impressive 17 dolls in the fourth leg. The White House A got their season up and running by securing a 9-1 win over the Red Lion. It was a good team performance by the White House side, and it will be interesting to see how they go this season after their promotion to Section Two. Stonesfield SSC B had an impressive 8-2 win over the Masons Arms B. Despite the Masons taking the first leg of the match, Stoney hit back to take the remaining four legs and secure the big win. There was no such luck for the other Stoney side, as the A side went down 7-3 at Enstone SSC A. On paper it looks like Enstone will be the team to beat, so I will be keeping a close eye on their progress. As the Stonesfield SSC A, they might have already secured a season's best record, even though it's only Round One. This record would be for the lowest dolls scored in a leg, with Stoney posting a score of just 1 doll (4 in you include the handicap). Well done Alan Franklin for hitting that single doll. Surely this won't get beaten will it? Only time will tell
Cheers All

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LEAGUE ROUND  - 

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
       
       
       
       
       
SECTION TWO & SECTION THREE
       
       
       
       
       

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 0 Dolls - 

SECTION ONE - 0 Dolls - 

SECTION TWO - 0 Dolls - 

SECTION THREE - 0 Dolls - 

 

SIXERS

 

 

REPORT

Report to follow

Premier & Section One:

Coming soon

Section Two & Section Three:

Coming soon

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CUP WEEK - 

KNOCKOUT CUP - QUARTER FINALS
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
SUPPLEMENTARY CUP - QUARTER FINALS
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0

 

SIXERS

ANOTHER (VENUE)

 

REPORT

Report to follow

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WEEK 1 - 4th MAY

PREMIER
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
SECTION ONE
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
SECTION TWO
  0   0
  0   0
FRIENDLY
  0   0

 

REARRANGED FIXTURES

PREMIER
  0   0
SECTION ONE      
  0   0

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 0 DOLLS

SECTION ONE - 0 DOLLS

SECTION TWO - 0 DOLLS

 

SIXERS

??

REPORT

Test

WEEK 1 - 27th APRIL

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
SECTIONS TWO & THREE
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0
  0   0

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 0 DOLLS

SECTION ONE - 0 DOLLS

SECTION TWO - 0 DOLLS

SECTION THREE - 0 DOLLS

 

SIXERS

 

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