20th June


In the final of the pairs Mark Rice and Gary Watts from Claremont took the title in a
closely fought contest over Mick Brooks and Dave Hughes from Walton Social Club. Earlier
in the semi finals Mark and Gary had beaten team mates Dave Farrington and Joe Palfreyman
in a match that could have gone either way. MIn the other semi final Mick and Dave had
beaten father and son Ian Lang senior and junior from Anglesea.

In the final of the Individuals Mick Brooks put the disappointment of the pairs final behind
him to beat Dave Farrington and take the crown for the fourth time, incredibly Mick's first
title was in 1994. It wasn't a good night for last year's winner Joe Palfreyman who was 
defeated by his pairs partner Dave in the semi final. Mick had accounted for his pairs partner
Dave Hughes in the other semi final.


In the pairs competition last years runners up Jan Hardman and Joyce Brown from Peg Legs went
one better this time beating Sue Cocklin and Helen Moran from Fogherty's. This was the third 
title for Jan and Joyce together, nine years after their last win. 

In the final of the individuals Karen O'Connor from Peg Legs beat her team mate Jan Hardman
which stopped Jan from completing a hat-trick of titles in the last three years. This was
Karen's second win in the competition.
All competition results can be found on the FINALISTS tab above and all the honours tables
have been updated to reflect winners and runners-up
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5th May


On Monday night Claremont beat walton Social Club in the final of the Presidents Cup
in a match that went all the way to the last game. Both players had chances to win
the match for their team but it was Dave Farrington who edged it against Eddie Morgan.

In the semi-finals Claremont beat Ship & Mitre "B" while Walton accounted for Cuffs. 


In the final of the Ladies Knock-Out cup favourites Peg Legs beat Picton Road after
knocking out Newstead in the semi-final. Picton had beaten Barley Mow in the other semi.

In the final of the Charlie Frost competition Mary McGovern from Peg Legs was up against
a resilient Madge Wild from Derby Deys. In the first leg Mary raced into the lead but
double trouble set in and Madge took full advantage to steal the leg. In the second leg
it was nip and tuck with Mary taking the leg to even the score. In the deciding leg both
players had chances at their double but it was Mary who held her nerve to take the match.
All competition results can be found on the FINALISTS tab above and all the honours tables
have been updated to reflect winners and runners-up
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22nd May


Unfortunately I open this report with the sad news of the loss of two of our long
standing Ladies members in recent days.

Margie Scholfield from the Wellington/Picton Road Ladies team and Jean Webster from
the Derby Deys/Derby Mills Ladies. Our condolences and best wishes go their families
and friends. 

A minutes applause was held for both Margie and Jean at the Ladies Finals night.


Monday night saw the finals of the Gents five-a-side and secretaries. In the five-a-side
Claremont beat Ship & Mitre in the first semi-final while Newstead beat St Teresa's in 
the second semi-final. In a final that went down to the wire Claremont beat Newstead 3-2
to retain the cup they won last year. 

In the secretaries competition Claremont completed a clean sweep on the night with Paul
Azzopardi overcoming Dave McCabe from the Anglesea in the final. I'm sure that's not the
last we'll hear on the subject - only joking Paul !!   


On Tuesday night it was the Ladies turn to compete in their five-a-side and secretaries 
competitions. In the fives both Fogherty's teams lost their semi-finals, the "B" side were
beaten by Peg Legs, while the "A" were beaten by Newstead. In the final Peg Legs beat
Newstead by three games to one. Spare a thought for the Newstead who have now finished
Runners-Up five times in the last six years. 

In the final of the secretaries Rhona Frith from Barley Mow beat Karen Baker from the Derby
Deys. This was Karen's third appearance in the final in the last five years but unfortunately
with the same result as the previous appearances, unlucky Karen.  
All competition results can be found on the FINALISTS tab above
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14th May


In the first competition final of the season Jan Hardman and Mick Brooks from Peg Legs beat
Mandy Segar and Brian Clarke from the Newstead. This was Mick's seventh appearance in the
Mixed Pairs final in the last eight years, of which he has won five.


In the league flash given out at Tuesday's meeting it incorrectly shows CUFFS in the Gents
five-a-side finals, this should be St Teresa's.
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14th May


St Agnes beat Abbey Road in a re-arranged game which ensures they retain their title. Claremont
and Walton are left to fight it out for second place. Anglesea and McGinty's are relegated.

In "A" Section Ship and Mitre "B" were already confirmed as champions. Cuffs beat Clubmoor in
their last game of the season and take the runners up spot.	

Congratulations to St Agnes and Ship "B".

Can all secretaries ensure that they attend the meeting and pay their outstanding subs.

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12th May


In order for the league to be able to pay the prize money for competitions it is vital
that we have all league subs paid up by the next meeting on May 14th. The amounts owing
to the end of the season for each team is :

Premier	                A Section              Ladies Section
------------------      -----------------      ----------------
Abbey road   - 70      Clubmoor   -  45      Barley mow - 30
Anglesey     - 90      Cuffs A    - 135      Derby Deys - 30
Claremont    - 30      Glasshouse  - 45      Foghertys  - 30
Connertys    - 40      Newstead B  - 30      Newstead   - 30
Liver Vaults - 15      Ship A      - 30      Picton     - 30
McGintys     - 30      Ship B      - 30      Peg Legs   - 30
Newstead A   - 30      St Cecelias - 30	
St Agnes     - 60      Village     - 30	
St Teresa's  - 30		
Walton       - 30		

Can all secretaries ensure that they attend the meeting and pay their outstanding subs.

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4th May


Congratulations to Ship & Mitre "B" who with one game left are four points ahead of their
nearest challengers and therefore are crowned winners of Gents Section "A". The fight is
still on for second place with Cuffs needing to win their last game to secure the runner
up prize.

Elsewhere in the Premier Section the championship is still undecided. With a number of
re-arranged games still to be completed any one of three teams could still take the title.


This will be held at the Walton Social Club on Tuesday 14th May. Because the AGM is being
held on the same night the SCRATCH TIME for the Mixed Pairs Final will be 9.00pm to allow
people to attend both the AGM and the Final. 
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23rd April


Newstead and Walton played two matches last night with each team winning one match. That
result has almost handed the title to St Agnes. There are still a number of re-arranged
fixtures to be played and if St Agnes were to slip up in their games against Abbey Road
the match between Claremont and Walton could prove crucial.

In "A" section Glasshouse lost to Village while Cuffs "A" and Ship "B" both won. With only 
a few games left Ship "B" are within touching distance of taking the section title. 
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17th April


With one remaining week of the season in the Premier Section plus a number of re-arranged 
games still to be played the title could go to any of the top four teams. In the big match
at the bottom of the table Anglesea beat McGinty's to move two points clear and with one
game left to play it looks like McGinty's will finish with the wooden spoon.

In the "A" section wins for Ship & Mitre "B", Cuffs and Glasshouse it is still very tight
and with three matches to go the teams at the top have games against each other which look
like proving crucial to who wins the title. The squeaking is getting louder !!!

With nearly all games completed in the Ladies section its still between Picton and Derby 
Deys for second place. Peg Legs were declared champions a couple of weeks ago and the only
other position that can be confirmed is the wooden spoonists - NEWSTEAD.  


For those teams in the Premier section who still have re-arranged games left to play there
are two dates available - 29th April and 13th May. Can secretaries make every effort to get
outstanding fixtures played on these dates please.
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11th April


These should have been returned at the league meeting last Tuesday. If any team still has
trophies to return can they contact me on the number at the top of the page and I'll arrange
to have them picked up.


Team and Player registration forms were given out at the Tuesday meeting. The Team registration
needs to be returned to the league at the next meeting on 14th May together with the 3.00 
registration fee. Player registration forms don't need to be returned until the meeting in July. 


The dates for the final two games in the Gents "A" Section have been confirmed as :-

     Monday 29th April
     Monday 13th May




All monthly subs for this year, including June, must be paid at the next meeting in May. There
will be no league meeting in June


This year's A.G.M. will be held on 14th May. All items for the A.G.M. should be put in writing
and given to the League Secretary no later than seven days before the meeting.  


This year we had six teams in the ladies section. There are rumours that two of those teams will
be leaving this year leaving us with four teams. Unless we can get more teams to join the league
this will probably be the final year.

If you know of any teams that wish to join the league then let me know. 

For a long time some of the Ladies teams have complained about a number of the rules in the league
and put this forward as a reason for teams leaving the league. If this is the case then maybe they
should come forward and try to change the rules at the A.G.M. Therefore in an effort to try and 
save the Ladies section there will be an open forum at this year's A.G.M. for any of the Ladies
to put forward their views on what changes can be made. This will be open to any new teams who may
be thinking of joining the league.   
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31st March


One of the Ladies scores was incorrect on the results page, it has now been corrected and
it means that Peg Legs Ladies are this year's champions. Congratulations to Peg Legs for
winning what will probably be the last Ladies Section title.
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27th March


Its getting to the final stages of the season and in the Gents Sections there is still
everything to play for. 

In the Premier Section Newstead "A" look to have blown their chance of winning the title after
losing a double header against Abbey Road. On paper St Agnes appear to have the easiest run in
as Claremont have still to play Walton and Newstead have to play Walton twice. 

In the Gents "A" Section Ship & Mitre "B" took the spoils against Cuffs to open up a four point
gap over the other teams. Cuffs, Village and Glasshouse have all to play each other before the 
end of the season which may give Ship and Mitre "B" the advantage. 

In the Ladies Section Peg Legs only need to win one of their remaining two games to wrap up the 
title but I'm sure Picton will fight to the end. Newstead look virtually certain to finish at
the bottom.


Another reminder to all teams - you must be fully paid up to date by the April league meeting.
Failure to comply will result in any members of their team being excluded from this seasons
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24th March


Richie Thomas who sadly passed away this week through ill health. He played for Christ The King
(now St Cecelia's) for many years and was a good friend to all who knew him in the Monday night
darts league, he will be sadly missed by all. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
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19th March


In the Gents Premier Section top of the table Claremont lost to St Teresa's allowing Walton
Social Club to go level with a game in hand. St Agnes and Newstead "A" won to remain close
behind the top two. At the bottom it was business as usual with Anglesea and McGinty's losing
to remain firmly anchored to the foot of the table. With only a few games remaining the wooden
spoon could be decided on 15th April when both teams meet.

In the Gents "A" Section the local derby between the Ship & Mitre teams resulted in a win for
the "B" team keeping them two points clear of Cuffs "A" who beat St Cecelia's. A surprise defeat
for The Village by Newstead "B" means they lose ground on the top team. Glasshouse beat Clubmoor
and with a game in hand could join Cuffs & Village in second place.   


There are a number of teams who have fallen behind on their monthly subs. All teams must be fully
paid up to date by the next league meeting. Failure to comply will result in any members of their 
team being excluded from this seasons competitions.


This year's A.G.M. will be held on 14th May. All items for the A.G.M. should be put in writing and
given to the League Secretary no later than seven days before the meeting. Registration forms for
the 2013-2014 season will be given out at the April meeting and must be returned at the A.G.M. 


Those teams who won league trophies in 2010-2011 season are asked to return them at the next League
meeting on 9th April. 
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13th March


Last nights results are now on the website and tables are completely up-to-date. With only
a few games left it looks like Peg Legs will win what could the last ever Ladies League Title
in the Liverpool Open Darts League. Barring a miracle next years league may well be down to an
unsustainable five teams in the Ladies section. 


The final four places in the Gents Individuals have been taken by last years winner Joe Palfreyman
from Claremont, Dave Farringon from Claremont, Dave Hughes and Mick Brooks both from Walton
Social Club.  
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11th March


Tables are now up to date for the Ladies matches played last week.


The draws for the GENTS Pairs and MIXED Pairs are now on the site. Secretaries of the Gents
teams are reminded that their competition matches are to be played over the next few weeks.
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5th March


Top four teams in the Premier Section all won this week so there's no change at the top.

In Gents "A" Section the match of the night saw Cuffs beat Village. Ship and Mitre "B" beat
Clubmoor to remain top.   


I'm missing a number of results in the Gent's Pairs. If anybody knows any of the missing
results can they text me on the number above please. 
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12th February


Claremont, Walton and Newstead all win and are still in the hunt for the Premier title.
St Agnes had their game called off but aren't ruled out of the race yet. At the bottom 
McGinty's win over Liver Vaults puts them on level points with Anglesea. 

At the top of the "A" Section its becoming congested again with Ship "B" losing to
Glasshouse. Village and Cuffs both won to close the gap so we're now back to the situation
of just four points separating five teams.


The draw for the Secretaries competition has been made and placed on the website.

Please note that these games are to take place on League Match nights - see draw for
details of when the games are scheduled
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6th February


Claremont, St Agnes and Walton all win while Newstead "A" and St Teresa's both lose.
In the top game of the night St Agnes and Newstead played out a close 5-4 match which
could have gone either way. A win for Newstead would have put a big dent in the Aggies'
hopes of retaining their title but as it turned out it keeps it all bubbling nicely at
the top of the Premier Section.

In "A" Section the two teams level on points met with Ship & Mitre "B" edging the match
5-4 over Village. Resurgent Cuffs and Newstead "B" both won to close the gap on Village.

In the Ladies Section Barley Mow go level at the bottom with Newstead but have two games
in hand.   


The following competitions have now been posted on the website :-

   Gents Pairs  - to be played Monday 18th February (Blocks played down to one winner)
   Ladies Pairs - to be played Tuesday 19th February (Blocks played down to one winner)

   Gents 5-a-side - to be played on Monday 25th February (Blocks played down to one winner)
   Ladies 5-a-side - to be played on Tuesday 26th February

   Gents Individuals - to be played Monday 11th March
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30th January


The two teams at the bottom of the Premier Section had mixed fortunes this week with
Anglesea overcoming high flying St Teresa's 5-4 while McGinty's narrowly lost to
Newstead "A". Claremont continued their resurgence with a victory over last year's
champions St Agnes. Walton Social Club with a win over Connerty's and Abbey Road with
a win over Liver Vaults were the other victors on the night.

In the Gents "A" Section top of the table Ship & Mitre "B" were brought down to earth 
with an 8-1 defeat at Newstead "B" (I believe a certain Mr Billy Foster is to buy the
chips for the Newstead team). St Cecelia's whitewashed Clubmoor to move off the bottom
of the table. Elsewhere Village and Cuffs returned to winning ways with wins over
Glasshouse and Ship & Mitre "A" respectively.

In the Ladies Section Peg Legs continue to win their matches while the teams below
continue to take points off each other. This week saw Peg Legs beat Newstead 6-1 while
Fogherty's beat Derby Deys 5-2.   
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22nd January


Some excellent games and scores in the Gents Individuals last night topped off by a
7 dart game by I Stark from the Glasshouse and a 170 finish by Mick Brooks from Walton
Social Club.

All the details can be found in the "Good Darts" section - I've highlighted the latest 
additions to make it easier for people to see. All winners that have been reported so
far have been highlighted on the Gents Individuals page.
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18th January


I had mis-read a text and incorrectly recorded a win for Village over St Cecelia's. The
correct result was a win for St Cecelia's. Apologies to St Cecelia's. Tables have been
altered accordingly.
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15th January


The top of the Premier section is starting to get interesting with 5 teams in the mix.
Last night Walton put themselves back into contention with a win over St Agnes while
Claremont strengthened their hopes with a win over Newstead "A". Meanwhile St Teresa's
quietly go about their business and sit handily placed. After five defeats on the bounce
Connerty's returned to winning ways beating Liver Vaults while at the bottom Anglesea
and McGinty's remain adrift.

In the "A" Section Ship & Mitre "B" and Village are now starting to put some daylight
between themselves and the other teams and have opened a six point gap. The Ship B's
defeat of Glasshouse included a rare win for team stalwart Ryan Tilman on his birthday
- congratulations Ryan.

Newstead"B" and Clubmoor were the other winners on the night.
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4th January


The draws for the Gents and Ladies individuals have been made and are posted on the website.
Competitions to be played on Monday/Tuesday 21st/22nd January.
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19th December


Apologies to Glasshouse -  I originally had them losing their last match to Cuffs "A" when they
actually beat Cuffs "A". Result has now been corrected and league tables updated.


I'd like to take this opportunity to wish members of the league and their families all the best
for Christmas and New Year. I look forward to meeting you all in the new year as we come to the
"business end" of the season. 
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13th December


After beating Walton S.C. last week Liver Vaults continued on their winning run by beating
top of the table St Agnes. Newstead got the better of Walton S.C. this week inflicting their
third straight loss. For the first time in a long time Walton will not show in the top four.
St Teresa's recovered from their defeat last week to overcome Abbey Road while at the bottom
its all hotting up with Anglesea beating Connerty's to swap positions with McGinty's who lost
to Claremont. 

In the "A" Section top clubs Village and Ship & Mitre "B" continue their winning ways and 
together with Cuffs in third place are starting to open up a gap over the remaining teams.

There was only one match in the Ladies Section this week with Derby Deys beating Barley Mow
to move into second place.
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8th December


The draw for the first round of the Presidents Cup is now on the website. Please note
that because of the number of limited dates this year the draw has been done in blocks
of four teams per block. Therefore matches will need to start at 8.30pm.


The draw for the first round of the cup has been made. Because there are only six teams
in the Ladies section two of the teams have byes and therefore already in the finals,
congratulations to Peg Legs and Newstead. 


The draw for the first round has been made and is a mixture of blocks and single matches.
Most of the entries for the mixed pairs came from two teams, Newstead and Peg Legs, so 
consequently there are several matches to be held in these venues therefore the start 
time in these venues is 8:30pm.
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4th December


In the Premier Section Walton Social Club suffered a defeat to Liver Vaults while St Agnes,
Claremont and Newstead "A" all won. In the bottom of the table clash Magintys overcame
Anglesea to move off the bottom.

In "A" Section one team finally seems to making an effort to actually win the section,
Ship & Mitre "B" have won the last five games to remain joint top with Village.
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28th November


After last weeks shock result to the bottom team St Agnes recovered to beat another of
the bottom sides, McGintys. Last weeks leaders, Walton Social Club, lost in a close match
to Claremont and St Teresa's continue to apply pressure at the top. Connerty's fall from
the top continues while Newstead "A" sit quietly with several games in hand on the top three.  

In "B" section its all change once more. This time last weeks leaders, Clubmoor Cons, lost
to Newstead "B" while Ship & Mitre "B", who look to be putting a run together, go to the 
top of the table together with Village.  

In Ladies section its becoming difficult for many of the teams to achieve any consistency,
particularly with games being few and far between. Peg Legs remain top while Picton Road
and Derby Deys try to remain in contention. Newstead Ladies are experiencing their annual
mid season slump.
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15th November


In the biggest shock of the season so far bottom team Anglesea beat top of the table and
last years champions St Agnes. St Teresa's maintain their push at the top while early
contenders Claremont and Connerty's slip off the pace.

In "A" Section the results follow the season long pattern of everybody beating everybody
else so a few point cover the top four or five.
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7th November


With a number of games called off this week there's no real change at the top. At
the bottom Anglesea remain the strongest team (holding everybody else up). 

Once again in the "A" Section its "after you...." Doesn't any team want to win
the section. In the big derby match Ship "B" beat Ship "A" to move ahead by two
points while Newstead "B" who started strongly continue to sink like a stone.
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5th November


The latest draws for the following competitions have been placed on the website

   Gents Pairs
   Ladies Pairs
   Gents 5-a-side
   Ladies 5-a-side

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30th October


In the Premier Section Walton S.C. lose ground in the title race after defeat
to St Teresa's. St Agnes remain top with a number of clubs in close pursuit.

McGinty's move off the bottom of the table for the first time this season with
a win over Liver Vaults.

In the "A" Section four teams are joint top with both Ship & Mitre teams just 
two points behind. Will any team be able to put a consistent run together to pull
away at the top.
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25th October


Most of the results from the pre-lim rounds of the Gents and Ladies individuals
are on the website. I have some results missing - if you know any of the missing
results please text me.
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19th October


I was recently contacted by a TV company who asked for the following poster to be
circulated regarding an "exciting new TV Quiz Show The Common Denominator".


Absolutely anyone can apply (SO LONG AS THEY ARE OVER 18) to be a contestant and all
they have to do is email their NAME and NUMBER to and
one of the team will be in touch.

Auditions are already taking place around the UK, so if you're interested in applying
act quickly!
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17th October


In the Premier Section St Agnes (complete with new World Master) were beaten by
Newstead "A". St Teresa's continue with their good form while Claremont appear to
have dramatically fallen off the pace.

In the "A" Section Cuffs fail to open a gap at the top after losing a double header
against Clubmoor. Village are now level with Cuffs with Clubmoor and Glasshouse just
two points behind.


Many thanks to Stephen Bunting for bringing his World Masters Trophy to the league 
match against Newstead "A" and allowing people to take photographs of his prize. For
many of us it is the nearest we'll ever get to lifting a world darts trophy. 
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15th October


On behalf of the Liverpool Open Darts League I'd like to offer congratulations
to one of our league members, Stephen Bunting, who won the BDO World masters last
night. Stephen, who plays for St Agnes in the Premier Section, beat Tony O'Shea
7-4 in a great final that kept those watching on the edge of their seat. Overall
he thoroughly deserved to win the competition playing a consistently high standard
of darts through the final rounds. 

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13th October


Apologies for being late in updating the results this week. 
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4th October


The draws for the prelim round of the Gents and Ladies Individuals competitions
are now available via the "Comps" tabs above. In the Gents competition there
are a large number of byes. 

Because of the low number of entries for the Mixed Pairs there is no need for the
round originally scheduled for November 13th.
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3rd October


Derby Deys Ladies will play all their remaining home games and competitions from the
Barley Mow. 


All this weeks results have been entered. In the big match St Agnes beat Walton Social 
Club in a match that went to the last game.

I'm still missing a number of earlier results.  
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30th September


Apologies for no updates over the last couple of weeks I've been on holiday and had no 
access to results. I've updated the site with all the results that were wating for me 
when I got back but appear to have a number of results missing. If you know any of the 
missing results can you let me know please. 
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6th September


At the September meeting the teams in Gents "A" Section agreed to a restructure of the
fixtures for their section. The updated fixtures have now been uploaded to website.
Note that up to and including September 17th the fixtures remain as they were, the new 
fixtures only start from September 24th. Secretaries - please make sure your team 
members are aware of the new fixtures.
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6th September


The latest results have been added. Please note that Bradley's have resigned from the
league (Gents "A" Section) and all results have been expunged.


The draw for the preliminary round of the Presidents Cup has been made:-


These matches are to be played on September 24th


It is important that the secretaries for teams in the Gents "A" Section attend this months
league meeting. A vote will be taken on whether to leave fixtures as they are or change
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3rd September


I've made some corrections to the re-jigged fixtures for discussion at the September 
meeting. Apologies to anybody who may have already copied them.

Proposed Rejig of Fixtures

These rejigged fixtures are for discussion at the September meeting

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29th August


All known results are now on the website


It now looks almost certain that Bradleys have resigned from the league. I've added
a proposed set of rejigged fixtures that can kick in after games played on September 17.
This would allow each team to play each other four times in total and also allow each
team to have game every week without missing weeks where teams have dropped out of the 
league. Click on link below to see the proposed rejigged fixtures .

Proposed Rejig of Fixtures
Because of the number of pubs that have more than one team in the Premier and in the
"A" section its not possible to easily change fixtures part way through the season. 

Teams need to be aware that with the rejigged fixtures they may have a run of home games
followed by a run of away games - though the end result will be that each team will have
played every other team twice at home and twice away. 

These rejigged fixtures are for discussion at the September meeting

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20th August


Ladies rsults have been added from last week.


It has not been confirmed yet but it looks as if Bradleys may be resigning from the
Gents "A" Section, I'm expecting confirmation by end of this week. 

If Bradleys were to go then it will only leave 8 teams in the "A" Section which will
lead to teams not having a game for a number of weeks. If teams agree then there is
a possibility of changing the "A" Section so that all teams play each other FOUR times
instead of the THREE times as now. 

However it will mean that all the fixtures after the game played on 17th September
would need to be re-jigged. It would also mean that fixtures would not flow as they
do now - where the first set of games are played over nine weeks, then reversed for 
next nine weeks and then reversed again for the last nine weeks. Because of the number
of pubs that have two teams ie: one in the Premier and one in the "A" section its not
possible to easily change fixtures part way through the season. 

Therefore teams may find the fixtures appear to be out of order but you will still play
four games against each team but it might not be in the order of home, away, home and

I will prepare a revised fixture list once I know that Bradley's are no longer staying
in the league and post it on this site. It will be up to the teams in the "A" section
to vote on the new format at the September meeting. 
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14th August


Last year's champions St Agnes suffered a surprise 5 - 4 defeat to St Teresa's
which means there are no undefeated teams left in the Premier section while
McGinty's are the only team still to register any points.

In the "A" section Cuffs and Newstead remain undefeated. 
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9th August


Player Registrations and Competition forms are due at the next meeting on the
14th August. 


With the game between St Agnes and Abbey Road being postponed we now have four
teams joint top of the Premier Section with only St Agnes still undefeated.

In the "A" Section three teams are still undefeated but Cuffs remain top having
played more games than the others. 

In the Ladies Section it will take time before any pattern emerges because of the
resignation of two of the teams. Amazingly each of the remaining teams have lost
at least one match already.
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1st August


Some teams have not yet provided their player registration forms. They must be in
by the next league meeting. Failure to do so may result in points being deducted.


Both teams top of Premier and "A" Sections remain unbeaten. In the Ladies Section
last year's champions Peg Legs (ex Vinebrook) suffer their first defeat of the
season against Derby Deys in only their second game of the season.
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24th July - Another team resigned

COCK and BOTTLE in Gents section have not started the season. 


In the Premier section St Agnes scrape home with a narrow 5 - 4 win against
the Claremont. Last years "A" section winners have got off to a flying start
with two wins in their first two matches. Walton Social Club get off the mark
with a close fought match against Connertys eventually winning 5 - 4.

In "A" Section Cuffs "A" are looking like the team to beat with two wins out 
of two. Will they be able to stay the course ?

With the Ladies section seriously disrupted by the two resignations of Mayfair
and Cock & Bottle it may take some time before the league table takes shape.
Newstead appear to have started well winning their first two matches of the
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18th July - Another team resigned

COCK and BOTTLE in Ladies section have not started the season. 


First results are on the site. In the big match in the Premier Section last
year's champions St Agnes beat last year's runners up Walton Social Club. Newly
promoted St Teresa'a (The Connie) got off to a flying start with a 7-2 win over

In the "A" section Cuffs beat Glasshouse and St Cecelia's beat Bradleys. There
is a doubt over the Cock and Bottle gents team who failed to turn up for their
first home game of the season. I'm awaiting confirmation from the team secretary.  
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16th July - Team Resigned

MAYFAIR in Ladies section have not started the season. 


Fair to say that the Presentation night went reasonably well though after last year it
couldn't have been any worse.

Pictures from the night can be found at the following link:-

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The initial set of fixtures posted for Gents "A" section were transposed - teams were
wrong way round.

This has been corrected and latest set posted. The correct set shows the first match 
as CUFFS "B" v NEWSTEAD "B"   - ie with CUFFS at home.
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12th July - Change of Team

Please note that Cuffs "B", team number 14 in "A" Section have been replaced by The
Cock and Bottle on Picton High Street. Fixtures on the website have been updated.
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The initial set of fixtures posted for Gents "A" section were transposed - teams were
wrong way round.

This has been corrected and latest set posted. The correct set shows the first match 
as CUFFS "B" v NEWSTEAD "B"   - ie with CUFFS at home.
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Most of the details for the coming season 2012-2013 are now on the website.

Printed copies of fixtures, venues and rules will be given out at the next league 
meeting to be held at 7.30pm on Tuesday 10th July at The Newstead.

Player registration forms should be returned at this meeting with 1 registration fee
per player. Players can still be signed on up to Sunday September 16th but the League
Fixture Secretary must be informed before the player can play in a league match. 

Competition Registration Forms for the coming season will be given out at the meeting
and these must be returned at the August meeting together with the correct entrance
fee as follows :- 

   Individuals 1.50
   Pairs       3.00
   5-a-side    3.50

If you have any queries regarding the details on the site please contact me as soon as
possible on the number at the top of the page. 
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