week 14

Division 1:

Nailsworth Phoenix B entertained Forest Green A with the visitors running out victors with a 2-8 score line, Dave Harvey finished as man of the match with a fine maximum. Cirencester were too strong for the visiting Frampton B, beating their opponents 8-2, with maximum scores from Tom Whatmore and Ian Heskins. Phoenix A convincingly beat the visiting Woodchester B 9-1 thanks to maximum scores from Dave Hadley and Gordon Shaw.

Division 2:

Phoenix D beat the visiting Cam and Dursley A 7-3 thanks to maximum scores from Jon Ramsbotham and Sam McIvor. Randwick A suffered a 4-6 defeat at home to Whiteshill A with Steve Greening scoring a maximum for the visitors.

Division 3:

Randwick C have a two point lead at the top of the division after leaving Whiteshill C with a 6-4 victory although it was the home team’s Barry Jordan who was man of the match scoring a maximum. Forest Green C suffered a   whitewash at the hands of local rivals Nailsworth A, Alan Welsh, Jane Leigh and Alun Davies were the unbeaten trio against two player Forest Green. Woodchester D and the visiting Phoenix E shared the points at five all with Bruce Ind scoring a max to finish as man of the match for the away team. Randwick B and the visiting Phoenix F also ended all square at five apiece, Roger Dickenson was man of the match with a maximum for the hosts.

Division 4:

Cam & Dursley B again whitewashed their visiting opponents, this time it was the two players from Phoenix I who suffered at the hands of Paul Stewart, Joe Collins and Harry Hogan. Phoenix G came out on top in the club derby against the Phoenix H team, winning 6-4 to keep them second in the table with Sacha Curzon finishing unbeaten as man of the match for the visitors. No one player could dominate as Nailsworth C beat their local rivals, Forest Green D, 6-4. Glan Watkins was on good form to score a maximum and help his Frampton D team to a 7-3 victory against the visiting Nailsworth b.

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