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Week 7


Lee Thompson was in tremendous form as he whipped off fourteen dolls (5-4-5) for The Red Lion ‘A’ Eynsham in their 3-0 win at home to The Woodman. After winning the first leg 22-18 Red Lion were chasing a set of 23 in the next leg. Anchor man Keith Powell was left needing four to win the leg which he achieved with his last stick. In the final leg Red Lion set a formidable 29 which the Woodman could only reply with 18.
Jon Townsend hit his fourth six of the season in his fourteen doll haul (6-5-3) for The Six Bells ‘C’ as they defeated The Black Prince ‘A’ 2-1. Bells won the opening leg 26-20 but was pegged back in the next leg 24-26. The final and deciding leg Black Prince could only set 21 which The Bells passed with 24.
New Club ‘A’ got back to the winning ways with a 3-0 win over Garsington Sports ‘A’ and top Section 1. The first leg was decided on one stick after it was tied 24-24 on six sticks and three sticks could not separate them. New Club then wrapped up maximum points in the next two legs 29-24, 26-20. Ronnie Wade was top dog with thirteen dolls (4-5-4).

Steve Bayliss hit a baker’s dozen (5-5-3) to guide Rose Hill Club ‘A’ to a 3-0 home win over Kennington Club and move them to the summit of Section 2. Steve Walton also hit thirteen dolls for Kennington, but it could not stop them losing all three legs 25-21, 23-17, 25-22.
The Bullnose Morris ‘A’ are in free fall, after winning their opening four games they have now lost three on the bounce as Vikings ‘B’ beat them 2-1 to move off the foot of the table. Bullnose won the opening leg 13-12 but that was to be their only success as Vikings came back well to win the next two legs 15-13, 19-16.
Tony Bull hit a baker’s dozen (5-4-4) for Florence Park ‘A’ but it was unlucky as they crashed at home 3-0 to The Ampleforth Arms ‘B’, 21-20, 16-14, 23-15.

Kevin Masterson hit a rare six for Vikings Sports ‘A’ in their clash at Chequers ‘C’ in Section 3 but it was not enough to prevent them going down 2-1 in the leg scores of 18-15, 22-21, 14-21. Team mate Pete Kennett top scored with a dozen dolls (4-5-3).

Section 4 leaders Six Bells ‘A’ Kidlington almost had their bells silenced at North Oxford Con Club. After winning the first leg 19-16, they were set 16 in the next leg. In reply the Bell’s anchor man Alan Wood needing only one to win the leg failed to trouble the doll to send it into a three stick shoot out, which they just won. The Con Club gained a well deserved point in the final leg 15-14.
Jamie Smith clanged off ten dolls (3-4-3) as Donnington Club ‘A’ took all three legs at home to Brill Sports Club ‘A’ and move into second spot. They won the first two legs 22-12, 15-9 and the last leg on three sticks after it was tied 12-12.

In Section 5 New Club lost their unbeaten record and with it top spot as they lost away at The Red Lion ‘A’ Marston 2-1. New Club struggled all night as they lost the opening leg 18-15 and just managed to draw level in the next leg by the odd doll 12-11. Red Lion won the final and deciding leg 22-16.
Wayne Morton clanged off his first ever six but it was all in vain as Six Bells ‘B’ Quarry lost out 2-1 to Donnington Club ‘C’ in the leg scores of 16-17, 19-16, 14-21. Graham Morton top scored with a dozen dolls (4-5-3).

It was a long night in the clash between Berkshire House ‘A’ and Florence Park ‘B’ in Section 7. The first two legs went to three sticks after they were tied 14-14 & 16-16 with both teams winning one leg apiece. The last leg and victory went to Florence Park 14-12.
The Blackbird move level top after a close fought victory away at The Democrats. They comfortably won the opening leg 17-12 and went two up in the next leg by the odd doll 14-13. Democrats grabbed a point in the final leg 14-13.

Northway Club ‘A’ still rule the roost in Section 7 after a 3-0 win at The Bullnose Morris ‘B’ however the score did not reflect how close the game was. The first leg Bullnose set 13, with Northway just beating it by one doll with 14. Northway then set the next leg with 16 which proved to be just enough as in their chase Bullnose fell one short with 15. The last leg Bullnose set with a respectable 18 ,however Northway was up to the task and went passed it with a chase of 20.

Section 9 leaders The Golden Ball ‘B’ remain unbeaten after a 3-0 win at The Kite Inn. After easily securing the opening leg 14-5, they had to rely on three sticks in the next leg after it was tied 12-12. They wrapped up maximum points in the final leg 17-13.

R.Goodall Six Bells \'C\' Kidlington 15
P.Townsend Black Prince \'B\' 14
B.Ruffels Garsington sports \'A\' 14
G.Townsend Gladiators 14
S.Tooke Golden Ball \'A\' 14
K.Giles Ampleforth Arms \'A\' 13
I.Grant Black Prince \'A\' 13
J.McMahon Bullnose \'A\' 13
D.Cox Florence Park \'A\' 13
J.Bandrowski Mason Arms \'B\' 13
K.Staurt Rose Hill Club \'A\' 13
P.Rampton Six Bells \'C\' Kidlington 13
N.Pratley Woodman Inn 13

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