2012-13 Week 10
Lee Holtham gained a stunning maximum for Colebridge Braves against Premier Division leaders Beaufort Sports A. The teenage attacking star beat individual leader Jack Williamson, Jon Ludlow and Rob Rowson in a display that showed his rich promise and led his team to a shock 6-4 success.  Hamstead A outclassed Streetly A 10-0 with Carl Morgan, Pete Waite and Steve Robinson untroubled.  Baz Barrett had arguably the best win of his career over Radek Mlynarczyk for Hamstead B against their A team.  Waite recorded another maximum however as the A team gained a 7-3 victory.  Newly crowned Warwickshire champion Helen Turner and Michael Browne were unbeaten for Smiths Wood A in a 9-1 mauling of Hamstead C.
Pat McCabe showed he is still a class act with a maximum for Bournville B against their A team in Division One.  Bhavesh Amlani and Parijat De both recorded two singles wins to give the A side a narrow 6-4 triumph.  Sutton Coldfield A demolished Smiths Wood B 9-1 thanks to trebles from George Webb and Ken Read.  Beaufort Sports C were also comfortable winners in this section with an 8-2 score-line against Streetly C, thanks to maximums from Michael Bree and Jody Bevington.  British deaf international Andy Calloway was unstoppable for Sutton Coldfield C in a comfortable 8-2 victory over Streetly B, beating Steve Cartwright. Steve Taylor and John Waters.
Colebridge Eagles are soaring in Division Two after an 8-2 mauling of Colebridge Dinosaurs.  Bernard Oliver included Dan Ranford amongst his hat-trick, with the feisty old timer producing a superb display.
Mike Evetts and Dean Hicks were also in fine form for the new title favourites.  Smithereens edged past Colebridge Giants 6-4 courtesy of a Dave Whittingslow treble.  Giants were 4-2 up but Steve Smith clinched the win with a four game success over Chris Allen.  West Midlands Police nabbed a 6-4 result over Colebridge Falcons as Paul DuCros and Dave Ameghino picked up two singles each.  Neil Wheatley had the Colebridge Hawks trio trapped in his defensive web in an easy 8-2 win for Colebridge Chiefs.
Sutton Coldfield D crushed Walmley A 10-0 in Division Three via Chris Harris, Mike Cooper and Colin Cleverley maximums.  Bournville D also matched that scoreline against Sutton Coldfield E through Andy Rowland, Andy Richard and Jim Ferguson.
Colebridge Jaguars pipped Beaufort Sports D 6-4 in Division Four, which saw Tim Fell and Omar Zaman of Jaguars and Ron Fraser and Alan Thompson of Beaufort all gaining two singles wins.  Bournville E hammered clubmates Bournville F 8-2 with Dave Lyne unbeaten and Nigel Collins and Tony Sheldon picking up two each.  Andy Meadows and the evergreen Tim Stevens were max men for Walmley B in a  
9-1 thumping of Smiths Wood D.  Sutton Coldfield F had a 7-3 success over Quinborne as the experienced trio of Roy Astle, Ken Lancaster and Gerald Billington picked up two each.
Awais Muhammed won three for Bournville G in a 7-3 home win over Sutton Coldfield G in Division Five, while the ageless Belle Halliwell won two for Sutton.  Walmley C and Streetly E drew 5-5 with Steetly’s Tony Badham the only unbeaten player.  Colebridge Knaves extinguished West Midlands Fire 7-3 as Todd Marshall picked up a treble for Knaves. 
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