week 18 results

Division 1:

Dave Harvey inflicted the first loss of the season on Thornbury’s Anthony Kent when he scored a maximum for the visiting Forest Green A, with the match finishing in a five all draw. Yate and Phoenix B also shared the points at five apiece with Liwu Wei finishing with a max for the visitors. Dave Lloyd scored a hat trick for Woodchester A as they beat Frampton B 7-3 on their travels. Bob Murray, James Dance and Steve Porter all recorded maximums as Frampton A beat the visiting Cirencester 9-1.  

Division 2:

Phoenix C march on at the top of the division, Connor Ward and Andy Stratford again recording maximums as they beat the visiting Whiteshill B 9-1. A weakened Forest Green B went down 0-10 at home to Whiteshill A with Steve Greening, Alan Churchill and Toby Harris all unbeaten. George Evans and Steve Charlwood each returned a max for Randwick A as they beat the visiting two player pessimists 9-1. Dave Metcalfe made the difference scoring a max for Frampton C when they visited two player Nailsworth A and left with a 6-4 victory.  

Division 3:

Thornbury C moved back to the top of the table on Wednesday when they beat the visiting Woodchester D 8-2, Steve Biles and Viv Wilkie scoring a max each. On Thursday the lead swapped again as Phoenix D came away from Randwick B with all ten points thanks to the “old guard” of Andy Hammond, Bruce Ind and John Catterall. Phoenix F suffered a whitewash at home to Whiteshill C, Neil Wilkins, Andy Taylor and Allan Lardner were the victorious trio.

Division 4:

Thomas Gill and Tirian Jakes scored a maximum apiece as they defeated their Phoenix H hosts 7-3. Cam C and Phoenix J shared the points at five all with Nigel Meredith scoring three for the home team Cam. Cam B won 7-3 against the visiting Forest Green D, but it was the visitors Ciaran Bryden who was man of the match scoring a maximum. Glan Watkins scored three for Frampton D as they came away from Nailsworth B with a 7-3 victory. Jim Hurford scored a max for Randwick D when they beat their Phoenix I hosts 7-3 to go second in the table.

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