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2022 RESULTS & REPORTS

WEEK 4 - 19th MAY

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
THREE PIGEONS 3 EYNSHAM SSC 7
QUEENS HEAD 4 ENSTONE SSC 'B' 6
ENSTONE SSC 'A' 2 CHADLINGTON SSC 8
BLACK PRINCE 'B' 5 CHARLBURY SSC 5
MASONS ARMS 'A' 4 BLACK PRINCE 'A' 6
SECTIONS TWO & THREE
GEORGE & DRAGON P MASONS ARMS 'B' P
RED LION 6 STONESFIELD SSC 'B' 4
STONESFIELD SSC 'A'   SWAN HOTEL  
MIDDLE BARTON SSC 'B' 6 CINNAMON STICK 4
OXFORD YEOMAN 8 MIDDLE BARTON SSC 'A' 2

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 0 DOLLS

SECTION ONE - 0 DOLLS

SECTION TWO - 0 DOLLS

SECTION THREE - 0 DOLLS

 

SIXERS

 

REPORT

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WEEK 3 - 12th MAY

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
EYNSHAM SSC 4 BLACK PRINCE 'A' 6
ENSTONE SSC 'B' 9 THREE PIGEONS 1
CHADLINGTON SSC 1 QUEENS HEAD 9
CHARLBURY SSC 6 ENSTONE SSC 'A' 4
BLACK PRINCE 'B' 2 MASONS ARMS 'A' 8
SECTIONS TWO & THREE
MASONS ARMS 'B' 9 MIDDLE BARTON SSC 'A' 1
STONESFIELD SSC 'B' 6 GEORGE & DRAGON 4
SWAN HOTEL 4 RED LION 6
CINNAMON STICK 2 STONESFIELD SSC 'A' 8
MIDDLE BARTON SSC 'B' 8 OXFORD YEOMAN 2

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 20 DOLLS - GRAHAM READING - EYNSHAM SSC

SECTION ONE - 20 DOLLS - ROB BRADFORD - ENSTONE SSC 'B'

SECTION TWO - 22 DOLLS - DAVE GARDINER - GEORGE & DRAGON

SECTION THREE - 14 DOLLS - BEN TOMLIN - STONESFIELD SSC 'A'

 

SIXERS

STEVE MCATEER - ENSTONE SSC 'B'

RICHARD JOHNSON - CHADLINGTON SSC

GRAHAM READING - EYNSHAM SSC

BARRY TOWNSEND - BLACK PRINCE 'A'

REPORT

We are starting to get back into the old routines, which are producing some good early season scoring.

I'll kick off the report in the Lower Sections, where newbies Stonesfield SSC 'B' managed to pick up their first victory in only their second match by defeating the George & Dragon 6-4 at home. The match was tied 4-4 going into the final leg, in which the George team set a total of 11. It was left to anchor man & captain Dave Holloway to secure the win for the home side after hitting the three dolls required. Middle Barton SSC 'B hosted the Oxford Yeoman in a match between two sides who will be hoping for a push towards league table this year. It was the home side that were victorious, coming out  with an 8-2 win after a solid team performance. The Masons Arms 'B' kicked off their league schedule with a promising 9-1 home win over Middle Barton SSC 'A'. It was great to see the ladies in the team hitting important dolls in the match which were massive in helping the home side to the win.The only away victory in the Lower Sections was picked up by Stonesfield SSC 'A', who produced an impressive team effort to secure a 8-2 win at the Cinnamon Stick. Ben Tomlin was on good form for the away team by scoring 14 dolls.

In the Top Sections, there was a very impressive away win for the Queens Head, who made the journey to Chadlington SSC. It was Chadlington who set in the first three legs, but the total which were set were comfortably passed by the Queens side. A tied forth leg of 17 each was followed by the Queens setting 16 in the final leg, which Chadlington fell short in chasing down. The Masons Arms 'A' came away from their visit to the Black Prince 'B' with an impressive 8-2 victory, which was helped by good throwing by lead off man Spencer Buckingham and ever dependable anchor man Charlie Buckingham. Enstone SSC 'B' were the only side in the Top Sections who secured a home win after defeating the Three Pigeons 9-1. The Enstone side have certainly started the season strongly, and it will be interesting to see if they can maintain the high scores which they have hit so far. It's been a tough start for the Pigeons side, but I can only see their results improving and think they will be someone to keep an eye on. Finally, after last week's heavy defeat, the Black Prince 'A' were just about able to get back to winning ways after winning a last leg decider away at Eynsham SSC. The Prince went 4-0 up, before some good chucking got the Eynsham side back into the match at 4-4. However, with a set of 15 from the home side, the Prince were able to stroll past this and grab the win.

A couple of hard copies of scorecards missing again, but I'm as up to date as I can be.

Good luck this week all 

WEEK 2 - 5th MAY

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
MASONS ARMS A 9 EYNSHAM SSC 1
BLACK PRINCE A 2 ENSTONE SSC B 8
THREE PIGEONS 7 CHADLINGTON SSC 3
QUEENS HEAD 2 CHARLBURY SSC 8
ENSTONE SSC A 5 BLACK PRINCE B 5
SECTIONS TWO & THREE
OXFORD YEOMAN P MASONS ARMS B P
MIDDLE BARTON SSC A 8 STONESFIELD SSC B 2
GEORGE & DRAGON 9 SWAN HOTEL 1
RED LION 4 CINNAMON STICK 6
STONESFIELD SSC A 3 MIDDLE BARTON SSC B 7

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 23 DOLLS - PHIL AUSTIN - BLACK PRINCE A

SECTION ONE - 25 DOLLS - ROB BRADFORD - ENSTONE SSC B

SECTION TWO - 18 DOLLS - MARK LACEY - MIDDLE BARTON SSC B & DAVE GARDINER - GEORGE & DRAGON

SECTION THREE - 11 DOLLS - MARCUS COPELAND - RED LION

 

SIXERS

ROB BRADFORD - ENSTONE SSC B X 2

JASON ELEY - ENSTONE SSC A

PHIL AUSTIN - BLACK PRINCE A

STEVE MCATEER - ENSTONE SSC B

MARK LACEY - MIDDLE BARTON SSC B

 

REPORT

Week two, some fine weather and some big scores! It's all coming flooding back isn't it!

The report begins with the Black Prince 'A', who hosted Enstone SSC 'B'. The fortress which is normally their home throw was not just knocked down, it was demolished. After losing the opening leg, the chaps from Enstone went on to win the next four legs to record a big 8-2 win, which in part was due to Rob Bradford the genius (His words, not mine - I have other descriptive words which I will refrain from using). Rob came away with 25 dolls on the night (6,4,4,6,5), which really is top throwing. And he won the card in the bar afterwards. Feel free to insert a smug grin emoji here. Phil Austin top scored for the Prince with an excellent 23 dolls (4,3,5,6,5) and can feel unlucky to be on the losing side. Staying in the Top Sections, and the Masons Arms 'A' had a strong home performance against an under performing Eynsham SSC, winning 9-1. Charlie Buckingham continued his good early season form with 21 dolls. The only other Top Section fixture which I've received the card for was between Enstone SSC 'A' and the Black Prince 'B', which went the distance and required a last leg decider. It was the Prince who managed to win this last leg, which ment the spoils were shared 5-5. Jason Eley was certainly enjoying playing again, hitting 19 dolls which included his first 6 of the season. Mark Poulter had a game for the Prince and top scored for them with 21 dolls.

In the Lower Sections, and Middle Barton SSC 'A' played their first every match in the league and managed to open up with a 8-2 home win over another side playing their first game, Stonesfield SSC 'B'. It was a good team effort by the Middle Barton team, with everyone chipping in important dolls. It was good to see the Stonesfield team field a team of eight players, with everyone playing at least three legs, so well done skipper Dave Holloway. The George & Dragon were another side that produced a fine team effort in picking up a 9-1 home win over the Swan Hotel. Dave Gardiner was again on good form, hitting 18 dolls. There was a last leg decider in the match between the Red Lion and the Cinnamon Stick, which actually went down to the last stick of the match. In this decider, the Cinnamon Stick set 13 dolls, and Red Lion anchor man Marcus Copeland hit a 2, which tied the leg and resulted in the match ending 6-4 in favour of the Cinnamon Stick. I'm not sure if Marcus hit his last stick to gain the tie, or if he missed his last stick to miss out on gaining a leg victory, but either way it was a tense end to the match. The final match in this report also went to the final leg, with away side Middle Barton SSC 'B' winning this final leg to gain a solid 7-3 away win over Stonesfield SSC 'A'. Mark Lacey was on fine form for Middle Barton, hitting a 6 on his way to an excellent 18 dolls.

Special mention this week, and the winner of the 'Top Man' award goes to Steve Ducker from Enstone SSC 'A'. Not only did I have a picture of the card sent over to me just after the match ended, I then had the card copy posted through my letterbox that same night, AND he delivered his completed Competition Form. Blooming marvelous, cheers Steve.

Still missing a couple of cards, and one match I haven't even had a picture which is very poor form! Think I might start naming and shaming next week.....

Cheers all.   

WEEK 1 - 28th APRIL  

PREMIER & SECTION ONE
EYNSHAM SSC 4 ENSTONE SSC B 6
QUEENS HEAD 4 BLACK PRINCE B 6
THREE PIGEONS 4 CHARLBURY SSC 6
BLACK PRINCE A 7 CHADLINGTON SSC 3
ENSTONE SSC A 3 MASONS ARMS A 7
SECTIONS TWO & THREE
MASONS ARMS B P STONESFIELD SSC B P
RED LION 4 MIDDLE BARTON SSC B 6
GEORGE & DRAGON 3 CINNAMON STICK 7
MIDDLE BARTON SSC A P SWAN HOTEL P
STONESFIELD SSC A 2 OXFORD YEOMAN 8

 

TOP SCORERS

PREMIER - 20 DOLLS - CHARLIE BUCKINGHAM - MASONS ARMS 'A'

SECTION ONE - 19 DOLLS - ROB BRADFORD - ENSTONE SSC 'B'

SECTION TWO - 22 DOLLS - DAVE GARDINER - GEORGE & DRAGON

SECTION THREE - 12 DOLLS - JOHN STOCKFORD - CINNAMON STICK

 

SIXERS

DAVE GARDINER - GEORGE & DRAGON

CHARLIE BUCKINGHAM - MASONS ARMS 'A'

DAN READING - EYNSHAM SSC

ROB BRADFORD - ENSTONE SSC 'B'

 

REPORT

So, we are off and running. It was a bit fresh, but at least we stayed dry!

It was pleasing to see that all matches were competitive, with every team winning at least one leg. Lets hope this continues.

My report starts this week with the Lower Section match between the George & Dragon and the Cinnamon Stick. There was, as far as I'm aware, a little piece of history made in the 2nd leg. The George hit a total of 6 dolls in this leg, and all of those dolls were scored by one player! Take a bow Dave Gardiner! You might not be surprised to read that the George lost that leg, but with thanks to Dave's excellent total of 22 dolls he helped his team secure 3 points, even though his team only played with five players.

In the Top Sections, new boys Eynsham SSC hosted other new boys Enstone SSC 'B', which looked a great contest. It went to a last leg decider, in which Enstone hit a big 24 dolls to claim the 6-4 victory. The Black Prince 'B' fought back from losing the opening two legs away at the Queens Head to win the next three legs and gain an impressive 6-4 win, and the Masons Arms 'A' also produced a strong performance to pick up a 7-3 away win over Enstone SSC 'A'. Finally, the Black Prince 'A' seemed to be crusing after going 6-0 up at home against Chadlington SSC, but the away team hit back to take 3 points back home with them.

Job done. I can only report on the matches for which I've had the hard copy of the card delivered, so if your name or team isn't mentioned above you know why! 

WEEK ? - 5th MAY

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

 

REPORT

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WEEK ?

SECTIONS TWO & THREE
K 0 L 0
M 0 N 0
O 0 P 0
Q 0 R 0
S 0 T 0
U 0 V 0

 

TOP SCORERS

DIVISION TWO - 0 DOLLS

DIVISION THREE - 0 DOLLS

 

SIXER

 

REPORT

TEST

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