This only really affects those in the Premier and Division One.
Have recently had it pointed out to me that nothing has yet been published about who's in the Premier and who's in Division One - although I suspect most of you will have been able to work it out!
It goes something like this!
Premier - White Lion A, Black Bull A, Crown A and the Bull Inn A
Division One - Nut Tree, The Lion, Muddy Duck and the Black Bull B.
See you all soon!
Won't be long now! The season's almost upon us. In fact, because the Nightingale is not able to get a side together, I've had to revamp Division Six and, because of that, league fixtures for that division need to start next Wednesday (19th). All other divisions remain as per the fixture list previously issued.
Let me explain!
Because of the Nightingale withdrawal, Division Six only has six teams. Playing each other twice would have meant just 10 league games for each team. And that would also have resulted in each team not having a fixture on four Wednesdays. So, what I've done is arranged it so that all teams play each other three times (ie 15 games) - but that does need an extra week - hence, starting on the 19th.
If the above really does mess up things for those in Division Six, please let me know immediately.
17th March - Indoor League
Sadly, the season has now come to an end. Hope it's been an enjoyable one for you all!
Congratulations to the following winners and commiserations to those who didn't quite make it!
- DRD Roofing League Champions - Misfits
- Knockout Cup - Misfits
- Two-and-a-half pairs - Misfits
- Triples - Dave Reast, Keith Skinner and Phil Allen (Misfits)
- Pairs - Eddie Gordon and Billy Atwell (Misfits)
- Singles - Dave Reast (Misfits)
- Top Doll Scorer - Brian Gough (Misfits)
I know I said it at the Finals Night last night, but, once again, many thanks to Keith Lennard for ensuring everything was set up on each match day.
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Sadly, the season has now come to an end and that’s it for another year. Hope you’ve all enjoyed it and are looking forward to next year already!
As said in previous years, this Newsletter is very much a repeat, except of course, in many cases team/individual names will have changed.
Division champions White
Runners up Launton S&SC A
One Champions Crown
Runners up Nut Tree
Two Champions Highfield
Runners up The Lion
Three Champions Brill
Runners up Red Lion Islip
Four Champions Brill
Runners up Chearsley Cricketers
Five Champions Launton
Runners up Red Lion Stratton Audley
2. Top doll scorer – Kevin Powney with 143 dolls.
3, Finals night – A truly brilliant night once again. Despite the threat of rain earlier in the day, it held off and we struck lucky once again.
The venue is superb and we had a great turn out once again. The Black Bull teams and their landlord, Paulo, should feel so proud of what they achieved. My thanks go out to all of them and the pub staff once again for providing an ideal venue and facilities for such an occasion.
Despite having to fit in a number of extra finals, we still finished playing by 10 o’clock. Thanks to everyone for the swift changeovers – and, in some cases, playing on a different pitch to the one first allocated.
Sadly, the Hook Norton Brewery rep was taken ill and, therefore, wasn’t able to stay with us to do the presentation; however, we do thank them for their support and sponsorship for the season. I must also thank those other individuals who have sponsored some of the trophies this season. Their contributions are very much appreciated.
Finals Night Results
League Cup winners The Crown A who beat the White Lion A team.
Intermediate Cup winners Brill S&SC B who beat the Chandos Arms.
Cup winners White
Lion B who got the better of the Red Lion Stratton Audley.
The Terry Hawkins Pairs Cup winners Brian Gough and Doug Revitt who defeated Pete Dempsey and Bobby Allen.
Division Two Pairs Cup winners Darren Moore and James Harkness (Bell Bicester).
Division Three Pairs Cup winners Colin Grant and Eddie Jones (Ex Services).
Division Five Pairs winners Ben Harris and Ian McIlrath (Launton S&SC B).
Division Six Pairs winners Charlie Surman and Dan Kimber (White Lion B).
The Steve Huntley Memorial Singles Shield Bobby Allen and Phil Allen contested the singles final with Bobby winning it.
Division Two Singles winner Dave Futter (White Horse B).
Division Three Singles winner Lee Conway (Highfield SC B).
Division Four Singles winner Lee Mason (Brill S&SC B).
Division Six Singles winner Nick Line (Plough Marsh Gibbon).
4. There are a few teams who need to be looking at improving their throws in readiness for next year – with regard to lighting in most cases; so, if you need any equipment or advice please let me know and I’ll do what I can to help.
5. This is probably the last you’ll hear from me until mid-January when I’ll start sending out application forms and so on for next season; however, as most of you’ll know, I am very approachable and if anyone wishes to contact me to discuss anything Aunt Sally related, then please do so – numbers are below.
6. Congratulations to all this season’s winners and commiserations to those who came second best. Don’t let it grind you down, I want to see you all back again next season.
Phil Allen 01869 252125 07578 915693
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