June 3rd


The postponed A.G.M. will be held at the next meeting on Tuesday June 12th. There have
been a number of proposals put forward.

1. Reduction of Monthly prize
2. Replace all trophies with cash prizes 
3. Increase competiton entry fees

Click on link below to see full details.

A.G.M. Proposals Details


Joe Palfreyman (Claremont) beat Mick Thomas (Glasshouse) in the final of the gents
individuals. Joe had beaten Sean Thomas (Connerty's) while Mick had beaten Richie
Waterhouse (St Teresa's) in the earlier semi finals. On the night Joe played well
and fully deserveed the title.

In the Pairs Stevie Broomfield and Paul Hourihan (Walton S.C.) beat Joe Palfreyman
and Dave Farrington (Claremont) to reclaim the pairs title they won two years ago. In
the semi finals Steve and Paul had received a bye into the final while Joe and Dave
had a more difficult path to the the final beating Stephen Bunting Jnr and Steve Long
(St Agnes) in a very close match which could have gone either way. 


It was a family affair in the Ladies individuals final with mother Jan Hardman and
daughter Heather Hardman, both from the Vinebrook, pitched against each other. Mother
took the final 2 - 1 having lost the first leg. Rumours that she told daughter that
she would have to walk home if she won are untrue  :>)
Both semi finals were close fought matches with Jan edging out Jo Mannion (Vinebrook)
and Heather narrowly beating Vickie Gerrard (Newstead).

In the Ladies Pairs Mary McGovern and Karen O'Connor (VIiebrook) beat Angie Badrock and
Jane Sutherland (Masons) in a very tense final. Losing semi finalists Vickie Gerrard
and Joanne Arthur (Newstead) and Sue Cocklin and Helen Moran (Fogherty's) all had
chances to take their match but suffered on closing out their matches with finishing

All details of Finals winners can be found on the "FINALISTS" or "Honours" tabs

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May 23rd


In the final of the Presidents Cup St Agnes narrowly beat Claremont 5-4 in a match
that went to the final game. Congratulations to St Agnes on completing a league 
and cup double.

Honours also went to St Agnes in the Charlie Frost competition with Stephen Bunting
Jnr beating Richie Waterhouse from St Teresa's. The semi finals and finals on the 
night were of a very high standard and I'm sure most people who were there would
agree a pleasure to witness. 


Vinebrook retained the Knock-Out Cup to go with the other two trophies they have
successfully retained this year. They beat Wellington 4-1 in the final.

All details of Finals winners can be found on the "FINALISTS" or "Honours" tabs

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May 16th


Its with regret that we inform the members of the league that Lyn Harrison, a
player from the Derby Deys Ladies darts team, sadly passed away at the weekend.
We offer our condolences and best wishes to her family and friends.  


Claremont beat Cuffs in a close fought final of the gents five-a-side. It was
a game that could have gone either way.

In the gents secretaries final John Christie from Cuffs beat Andy Hirrell from
Wellie All Stars. 


Vinebrook retained their five-a-side crown with Newstead runners up for the third
season in a row.

Lena Arther from the Newstead became the first person outside of Sweeneys to win
the ladies secretary's competition, beating Sandie Gibson from Vinebrook  
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May 9th


The first competition final of the season was held on Tuesday 8th May at the Newstead.
Congratulations to Angie Badrock and Mick Brooks who beat Karen Mannion and Paul
Hourihan in the final of the mixed pairs. In the Semi Finals Angie and Mick beat Karen
O'Connor and Dave Hughes while Karen and Paul beat Jan Hardman and Gary Chan. Having 
been in six of the last seven finals this was Angie and Micks fourth title and on the
night they played the more consistent darts and deserved their victory.  


The A.G.M. has been postponed to the next meeting to be held on June 12th at the
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May 3rd


Most of the results are now in though there is till the odd one missing. Can the
teams who haven't sent the result in please let me know as soon as possible. If
I don't have the result by Sunday 6th May I will assume a home win for the match. 


Reminder that the A.G.M. is to be held at 7.30pm on Tuesday 8th May at Newstead Abbey.
Team registrations forms for 2012-2013 season are due at this meeting. 
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April 24th


St Agnes clinched the Premier title with a win over Newstead "A" in the last game
of the season. That win put them four points ahead of Walton Social Club who only 
have one game left to play. Congratulations to St Agnes and commiserations to 
At the Bottom Anglesea and Newstead "B" are relegated. 


With Wellie losing to Cuffs and St Teresa's beating Ship and Mitre "B" the title
goes to St Teresa's. The one consolation for Wellie is that they managed to retain
second place and are promoted to the Premier section.  

Remaining Games

There are a number of remaining games still to be played and teams should make 
every effort to complete all their fixtures. Don't forget to forward results
to Fixture Secretary. 


This is to be held at 7.30pm on Tuesday 8th May at Newstead Abbey, Smithdown Rd.
Remember team registrations forms for 2012-2013 season are due at this meeting. 
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April 4th


Nearly all finalists have been decided now. Still waiting on a couple of 
matches in the Secretaries and Charlie Frost competitons to be completed.
See the "FINALISTS" tab for list of finalists known so far.

Venue for all finals except the Mixed Pairs will be WALTON SOCIAL CLUB. The
final of the Mixed Pairs will be held in the NEWSTEAD. 

Final of Gents Secretaries

This will be held on the same night as the Gents Five-a-side (Monday 14th May).

Final of Ladies Secretaries

This will be held on the same night as the Ladies Five-a-side (Tuesday 15th May).

Final of Gents Charlie Frost

This will be held on the same night as the Gents Presidents Cup (Monday 21st May).
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March 30th


St Agnes are only two wins away from claiming the Premier League title, Walton
can only watch and hope that somebody beats St Agnes to force a playoff. 

In the "A" section St Teresa's have toppled Wellie All Stars off the top of the
table. After leading all season Wellie were soundly beaten by St Teresa's to lose
their top spot. With a game in hand St Teresa's look to be favourites.

In the Ladies Section Vinebrook are almost home and dry and need to win three more
games to finish top. Newstead, who were bottom for most of the season are now in 
with a chance of taking second place.
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March 23rd


Tables and competition results updated. If you know any of the missing results 
please let me know.
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March 18th


The problem with fixtures displaying incorrectly has been fixed.
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March 13th


Next rounds of the Gents Pairs and Mixed Pairs are on the website.
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March 6th


This month's league meeting, scheduled to be held on March 13th, has been put back
to March 20th.


Top three all win in the Premier Section. The leaders of the "A" Section, Wellie All
Stars stumble once again.

I'm missing a number of results in the "A" section, if anybody knows the missing 
scores can they let me know please. 


Still three results missing from Gents Pairs.
Correction to the five-a-side - St Teresa's made the finals not Ship & mitre.
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February 28th


Still some results missing from Gents Pairs.

Congratulations to teams from the Claremont, Cuffs, Ship & Mitre and Walton Social
Club for making the five-a-side finals. 
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February 23rd


Results from Gents and Ladies Pairs are on the site - however I'm missing many
of the Gent's Pairs results, particularly from the "A" Section venues. 
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February 16th

Change of Venue

Please note that team number 26, Masons, in the ladies section have changed their
venue. As of today they will be playing their home matches at Alder Sports Club
on Alder Road, off Queens Drive. The secretary details have also changed. All
the new details are on the "Venues/Secretaries" tab. 
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February 14th


In the big derby game of the day Newstead "A" gained revenge over Newstead "B".
Good to see that all players shook hands and no riot police were required as in
the first meeting of the season.
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February 8th

Team Resignation - HARLECH CASTLE

Team number 16, Harlech Castle in the "A" Section have resigned from the league.
all points scored in the first two thirds of the season stand. All points for the
last third of the season have been expunged.


A number of games in the gents league were re-arranged this week because of the
Liverpool v Spurs football match. In the games that were played St Agnes and
Wellie All Stars extended their leads at the top of their sections.

In the Ladies section I only received one result with Vinebrook winning by default
against The Masons.
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February 1st

Comps - Updates/Corrections

Some of the details in the following competitions have had to be changed.

Gents Individuals 
Gents Charl1e Frost (under "MIXED Comps" Tab) 
Ladies Pairs
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January 30th

Ladies League

Newstead winning run has come to an end as they lose to Barley Mow.


The following competitions are posted on the site:

Gents Pairs - to be played February 20th 
Gents 5-a-side -  to be played February 27th
Gents Individuals - to be played March 12th
Gents Secretaries - to be played on various match nights
Gents Charl1e Frost (under "MIXED Comps" Tab) - to be played on various match nights

Ladies Pairs - to be played February 21st
Ladies 5-a-side - to be played February 28th
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January 24th


In the big match of the week Walton Social Club beat St Agnes thus reducing 
St Agnes's lead at the top to two points. In the "A" section Wellie All Stars
beat one of their closest rivals Ship and Mitre "B".  


Still missing one score for gent's individuals for block 3 held at the Claremont.
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January 18th

Ladies & Gents Individuals Results

In the Gents Individuals there are a number of results still missing, if you know 
any of the missing results please let me know. The "Individuals" link under Gents
Competitions shows all the known winners highlighted in Red.

In the Ladies competitions congratulations to the Hardman family as both mother (Jan)
and daughter (Heather) who play for the Vinebrook have made it through to the last
four. They are joined by Jo Manion, also from the Vinebrook and Vickie Gerrard
(that's ma girl !!!) from the Newstead.
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January 11th

Cup Competitions

The draws for the Gents Presidents Cup and Ladies Knock-Out cup are now on the
website. Draws were made at the league meeting held on Tuesday 10th January.
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January 10th
Happy New Year to all our members


In the Gents Premier Section St Agnes beat Claremont 8 - 1 to effectively remove
any chance of Claremont challenging for the top place. Walton continue to chase
but time may be running out. At the bottom, barring a miracle, it looks like
Newstead “B” will take the wooden spoon.

In the "A" section its becoming "Squeaky Bum" time. Wellie All Stars lead at the
top of the section appears to be evaporating before their eyes. With two games in
hand St Teresa’s could close the gap at the top to just two points and put pressure
on the All Stars who have now lost three out of their last four games. You can’t
rule out Ship and Mitre “B” who also have a game more to play and with the top
teams all still to play each other one last time it could all change. 


The draws for the Gents Presidents Cup and Ladies Knock-Out cup will be made at the
league meeting. Details will be posted on this site on Wednesday 11th January.
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December 22nd
Apologies for the late update - I've been waiting on a number of results.


In the Premier Section St Agnes maintain their four point advantage over Walton
with a hard fought win over Newstead "A",winning the last game after trailing 3-1.
At the same time Walton were comfortably beating Newstead "B" by 7-2 while joint
second placed Claremont were losing 5-4 to Abbey Road.

In the "A" section there was a rare defeat for Wellie All Stars who were beaten 
by local rivals Cuffs. This means the All Stars now only have six point cushion,
will this be enough ? is it "squeaky bum" time ? The next nine games could be

L.O.D.L. committee wishes all its members a MERRY CHRISTMAS

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December 13th


Please ignore the venues given out for Gents Individuals at tonight's league
meeting, they were incorrect. The correct venues are given on this site. Please
ensure that your players are aware of this. Apologies for any inconvenience. 
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December 13th


The following competitions have been posted on the website :-

On the GENTS COMPS tab  
  Gents Secretaries   -  9th January - to be played on league match nights  
  Gents Individuals   - 16th January - blocks of 8 - one winner per block
  Gents Charlie Frost - 23rd January - to be played on league match nights

On the LADIES COMPS tab  
  Ladies Individuals  - 17th January - blocks of 4 - one winner per block
  Ladies Secretaries  - 24th January - to be played on league match nights

On the MIXED COMPS tab
  Mixed Pairs         - 10th January - single games NOT blocks 
  Gents Charlie Frost - 23rd January - to be played on league match nights  

Change of Venue

Team Number 16 - Harlech Castle have moved to the Royal Oak. Address and 
secretaries details can be found on the VENUES/SECRETARIES tab.  
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December 7th


In the Premier section Walton S.C. and Claremont both win and still hot on the
heels of leaders St Agnes.

In the Ladies Section Vinebrook beat rivals Fogherty's while Barley Mow beat 
Mason to move into second place. At the bottom the Newstead revival continues
with their fifth win in succession beating bottom club Wellington. 
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December 3rd


There is a correction to the score in the match between Christ The King and
Glasshouse. The correct score should be 6 - 3 to Christ The KIng. The league
tables have been updated to show the correction.
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November 30th


Walton S.C. were beaten for the second time in two weeks by the Claremont and have
now slipped to third place in the league, level with Claremont but four points behind
league leaders St Agnes. 

In the "A" Section leaders Wellie All Stars were beaten by St Teresa's while Christ the
King beat Glasshouse. Ship & Mitre "B" continue their good form to move into third
place on same points as Glasshouse.


Newstead Ladies beat Derby Deys to make it four wins a row and are steadily climbing
the table. With Fogherty's having no game Vinebrook beat Barley Mow to extend their
lead at the top. 
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November 16th


In a re-arranged match in the Gents Premier section last years champions Walton S.C.
were beaten by third placed Claremont. Only four points cover the top three teams
with St Agnes now clear by two points from Walton having played the same number of
matches. Claremont themselves are now only four points behind the leaders. 


There are a number of results still not in from the Gents and Ladies Pairs competitions
that took place this week. Can players ensure that they send results as soon as 
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November 16th

Gents League

In the Premier St Agnes and Walton S.C. continue to fight it out at the top, both
winning their matches 7 -2 this week. Claremont remain in the mix and with a match
against Walton next they have a chance to close the gap.

In the "A" Section with Ship "B" beating Christ The King the Wellie All Stars have
stretched their gap to a virtually unassailable 10 points leaving six teams to battle
for second place. 

Ladies League

The surprises continue in the Ladies league as Vinebrook suffer their second defeat in
as many matches. They have now lost four matches this season which equals the total 
number of matches they have lost over the last TWO seasons. Fogherty's who could have
gone joint top were beaten by the rejuvenated Newstead Ladies team who have now moved
two points clear of bottom placed Wellington.
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November 10th

Gents League

No surprises in the Premier section where results went pretty much as expected. 
However there was a shock in the "A" Section where joint bottom team Barley Mow
beat Glasshouse.

Ladies League

Just like London buses, you wait ages for one and two come along together as happened
with Newstead Ladies who recorded their second win in succession with a shock win
over top of the table Vinebrook. This win means that Newstead climb off the bottom of
the table for the first time this season. In the other two matches Barley Mow and
Fogherty's both win to close the gap at the top.
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November 2nd

Ladies League

In re-arranged games Barley Mow and Derby Deys both failed to take the chance to go 
joint second with Fogherty's. Mason's beat Derby Deys and Newstead beat Barley Mow to
record only their second win of the season, though this is one more than their Gents
"B" team - bragging rights to the Ladies !!
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November 1st

Gents League

No major surprises in the league this week. Newstead "B" who were hoping to double
their points tally for the season were beaten by their stablemates Newstead "A" - this 
time all was calm on the streets of Lodge Lane and Smithdown Road. 


The following competitions have been posted on the website :-

Gents Pairs - to be played Monday 21st November
Ladies Pairs - to be played Tuesday 22nd November
Gents 5-a-side - to be played Monday 12th December
Ladies 5-a-side - to be played Tuesday 13th December 
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October 27th

Gents & Ladies Individuals Results

The results from the preliminary rounds of the Gents and Ladies individuals are
now on the website. There are a number of Gents results still missing, can the 
players involved let me know the results as soon as possible please.
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October 18th

Gents League

In the Premier Section Newstead "A" slip to surprise defeat to Anglesea while
St Agnes and Walton S.C. continue on their winning ways.

While Wellie All Stars continue to forge ahead at the top in "A" Section Ship
and Mitre "B" have now risen to joint second though only four points separate
five teams.
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October 17th

Correction to Ladies Individuals

The league flash incorrectly shows a number of players in the Ladies Individuals
as playing from team number 33 - please note this should have been team number 27.
The correct draw is shown on this site.
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October 12th

Ladies Section

All tight at the top of the Ladies Section. With Fogherty's losing to Barley Mow
the Derby Deys can now go clear second if they win their game in hand. Vinebrook 
beat struggling Masons 7-0 while bottom club Newstead had a free week.
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October 11th

The final remaining unbeaten record in the league falls

In the top of the league clash leaders Walton Social Club raced into a 3 - 0 lead
over joint leaders St Agnes only for Aggies to reel off the next five games to end
Walton's unbeaten start to the season. Claremont and Newstead "A" both won to close
the gap on Walton S.C. to four points.

In the "A" Section Wellie All Stars returned to winning ways after last week's slip up
beating Ship And Mitre "B" 6 - 3. Christ The King and St Teresa's both won to stay
within six point of the leaders, with Glasshouse a further two points behind.   
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October 9th
Draws for the preliminary rounds of the Gents and Ladies individuals are now on 
the website under the competition tabs. Individuals to be played on Monday and 
Tuesday 24/25th October.

The preliminary round of the Mixed Pairs due to be played on Tuesday 1st November
is not required this year due to the low number of entries therefore this is now
a free date.
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October 7th
All the competition entries are now on the website. 
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October 5th
Apologies for delay in updating the website - there have been technical problems
which hopefully have now been resolved. And NO - it wasn't because I hadn't paid
the bill   :-))


In the top match in the Premier Section St Agnes defeated Claremont to leave 
Claremont 6 points adrift of the top two teams. Walton continued their winning
ways beating Abbey Road while Newstead "B" remain rooted to the foot of the

In the "A" Section Wellie All Stars suffer their first defeat of the season to
Clubmoor Cons but still have the benefit of a six point lead. Ship & Mitre "B"
are quietly moving up the section while last years Premier teams are all finding
it difficult to put any sort of winning run together.


After a their fine win over the champions last week Fogherty's were surprisingly 
beaten by the second from bottom team Wellington which allowed Barley Mow to go level.
With Wellington winning Newstead are starting to be cut adrift at the bottom. 
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September 26th

I'm Back

Apologies for no updates for the last two weeks I've been off sunning myself with
no access to results or internet. 

Presidents Cup Shock

Walton Social Club,currently undefeated in the league, were knocked out in the 
preliminary round of the Presidents Cup. Premier teams St Agnes, Claremont and
McGinty's are safely through to the next round as are the only other undefeated 
team - Wellie All Stars. Full results are given on the Comps link.


In the Premier Section Walton Social Club motor on still undefeated. St Agnes are
hanging on but Claremont suffered a setback against Newstead "A".

In the "A" Section Wellie All Stars have already opened up a massive gap of eight
points over the nearest teams. Could the race for the top spot already be over ?


At the top of the table last year's runners up Fogherty's defeated last year's
champions Vinebrook to close within two points with a game in hand. At the other
end of the table in the battle of the bottom clubs Wellington beat Newstead to
leave them firmly rooted to the foot of the table.
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September 6th

League Meeting

Reminder that September's meeting is a double meeting because of the cancellation
of the August meeting therefore teams will need to pay double fees. This meeting
is also the last chance to register any players and all missing registration forms 
MUST be handed in at this meeting. 

All competition forms are due to be returned at this meeting together with the 
appropriate fees. 


With the top of the table clash between Walton Social Club and Claremont called
off St Agnes seized the opportunity to go joint top beating Newstead "B" who
remain rooted to the bottom of the Premier section. Newly promoted Connerty's
are beginning to look good with three wins on the trot to take them to mid table.

In the "A" Section Wellie All Stars continue their good run and are now starting
to put some distance between themselves and the other favourites for promotion
back to the Premier, however there is still a long way to go.


Vinebrook continue to dominate the Ladies Section while Newstead and Wellington
are surprisingly struggling at the bottom
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August 24th

Sixth week

In Premier Section Claremont and St Agnes are hot on the heels of Walton Social
Club with Claremont to play their next game against Walton.  

In Section "A" Wellie All Stars have opened up a four point gap over the three
relegated teams from last year's Premier. Ship & Mitre "A" claim their first 
points of the season with a surprise win over Glasshouse.

In Ladies section Vinebrook remain two points ahead of Barley Mow who have a
game in hand.
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August 16th

Fifth week

Walton Social Club and Wellie All Stars remain unbeaten. Connertys gain their
first points with a win over last weeks surprise winners Newstead "B". That
leaves Ship and Mitre "A" as the only team without a point in the whole league. 
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August 10th

August League Meeting

Because of the trouble in the area around the Newstead the August meeting was
cancelled. A double meeting will be held on Tuesday September 13th

Gents Presidents Cup and Ladies Knock Out Cup

The draw for the Gents Presidents Cup is now on this website and will also be 
included on the September League Flash. The competition isn't due to be played
until Monday 26th September.

The pre-lim round for the Ladies K.O. Cup is scheduled to be played on Tuesday
27th September but because there are only seven teams in the league there is no
need for this round therefore this is now an open date for the Ladies. 

Fourth Week

For the first time since the LODL started the Newstead "B" beat Newstead "A". On
the same night riots break out in the area, a spokesman for the area says there
was no connection.

Elsewhere in the league Walton Social Club and Wellie All Stars are now the only
two teams undefeated while Connerty's and Ship & Mitre "A" are the only teams still
to gain any points. 
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August 2nd

Third week

In Premier section there are now only two teams unbeaten after Walton Social Club
came from 3 - 0 down and 4 - 2 down to beat McGintys 5 - 4. The only other unbeaten
team, Newstead "A" beat Anglesea 7 - 2. Connerty's and Newstead "B" are still to take
any points.

In "A" section St Teresa's were beaten by Glasshouse to leave Wellie All Stars and
Glasshouse as the only teams with a hundred percent record. 
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July 26th

Second week

In Premier section all three teams promoted from "A" section are still to win a game.
In the meantime last seasons champions, Walton S.C., defeated last years second place
St Agnes 8-1. Magintys and Newstead "A" also remain unbeaten.

In "A" section Cuffs go off the mark helped by a 180 from Mark Smith. St Teresa's, 
Wellie All Stars and Glasshouse are the early pace setters in this division.

Big surprise in the Ladies Section. With the scores standing at 3-3 between Vinebrook
and Barley Mow, Vinebrook had to forfeit the last game because they had no more players
available. The new look Derby Deys thrashed Newstead 6-1 who after the first two games
are the only team not have gained a point.
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July 20th

New Season Underway

The Premier section saw last seasons second and third place teams meet in the first
game of the season. The match ended in a close fought win for St Agnes over Claremont.
Last years league champions enjoyed a good win over Abbey Road while all three teams
promoted from "A" section suffered defeats.

The "A" section saw victories for all the away teams. Newcomers Harlech Castle got off
to a good start with a 5 - 4 win over Ship & Mitre "A".  

In the Ladies section the top three from last year all won their first game of the
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July 18th

Eldonians Resigned

Please note that Eldonians - team number 23 in Ladies Section have resigned from
the league before the start of the season.
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July 12th

Presentation Night

The committee would like to apologise for the presentation night held on Friday. The
standard of the entertainment and the food was well below standard. Every effort will
be made to rectify this for next year. Photos from the night are now on the website
and can be accessed via the "Photos" Link. Thankfully there are no pictures of the act.

New Season

Player registration forms should have been entered at the July meeting. New players
can still be registered up to the September meeting. Players registrations will only
be accepted after September at the committee's discretion. Player registrations will be
accepted over the phone but signature and fee must be given at the following meeting.

Competition forms have now been issued and these need to be returned with appropriate 
fees at the SEPTEMBER meeting. 

Riley's Competitions

Entries are now being taken for the UK Open Singles Championship sponsored by Rileys.
Closing date for entries is September 9th. Click here for more info  
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June 21st

Teams for the new season - Gents.

Only twenty teams have registered for the new season. This number is too many for a
single section therefore there will be two sections made up of ten teams per section.
The new Premier section for this year will be made up of the three teams promoted
from last seasons "A" section plus the top seven teams from last seasons Premier
section. All other teams will be placed in the new "A" section. 

Premier Teams : Abbey road, Anglesea, Claremont, Connerty's Bar, Liver Vaults
                McGinty's, Newstead "A", Newstead "B", St Agnes, Walton S.C.

Section Teams : Barley Mow, Christ The King, Clubmoor Cons, Cuffs, Glasshouse,
                Harlech Castle, Ship & mitre "A", Ship & Mitre "B", St Teresa's
                Wellie All Stars 

Teams in each section will play each other three times with normal home and away
rules for the first two matches and Presidents Cup rules for the third match. 

Teams for the new season - Ladies.

Only eight teams have registered for the new season therefore teams will play each
other four times.

Teams : Barley Mow, Derby Deys, Eldonians, Fogherty's, Newstead, Masons Arms
        Vinebrook, Wellington

Fixtures and Venues.

The fixtures and team venues for the new season are now on the website. They are
subject to final confirmation. Paper copies of the fixtures and venues will be
given out at the league meeting on Tuesday 12th July.
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June 15th

Dates for 2011 - 2012 season

  July 08 (Fri) League Presentation at Clubmoor Conservative Club at 8.00pm
  July 12 (Tue)	League Meeting at the Newstead, Smithdown Road at 7.30pm
  July 18 (Mon) League season starts (Gents)
  July 19 (Tue) League season starts (Ladies)
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