The Spalding and District League staged the first round of the Marylands Cup which is played with players starting on a handicap.
The four singles and a doubles are played best of three ends to 31.
League members are reminded that any comments / issues regarding the playing facilities should be raised through the Committee so that they can be correctly followed up with the venue management.
It is not appropriate to raise issues directly with the junior venue staff.
It was a quiet week in the Spalding and District League with two matches previously played and one postponed.
However there were still four matches, along with three others being completed.
The Spalding and District League returned to its league programme with a night where six of the seven matches were played plus three others made progress.
This week they faced Bladerunners and hit top form with a 5 – 0 win.
Last week the Spalding and District League held the annual Val Mackey doubles competition.
The ten pairs, just over half the membership, were divided into two groups where they played a round robin competition.
For the match secretary the Spalding and District League’s latest night proved somewhat of a mixed blessing.
Seven matches were scheduled across the two divisions and nine were played including a cup match.
Week 5 of the new season for the Spalding and District League was scheduled for the second round of the Moulton Shield with four matches.
Unfortunately that is how the evening turned out.
The fourth tie was postponed.
The Spalding and District League was hit by a wave of postponements, possibly related to half term, though most of the junior players were in attendance.
In the event 6 matches were went ahead with two still unfinished.
Garry Wilkinson scored for Aches and Pains.
The Spalding and District League continued with week 3 of its programme, week two of the league fixtures.
All scheduled matches were begun, but unfortunately two were unfinished, but at least another was caught up.