Fixture books

The fixture books, score cards, cup draw and player registration/invoice form will be available for collection from the Colliton Club on FRIDAY 4TH AUGUST from 7.30pm. The books will then be left at the club for a week where they can be collected from the bar, please would all teams please make sure books are collected by FRIDAY 11TH AUGUST. Please contact the league secretary Brian Newton if you are unable to collect the books during this period.

The first weeks fixtures are w/c 4th September
Section A
Dewlish Monsters v Heathens
Barmy Army v Skimmers
Jolly Green Giants v Breakaways
Colliton Wide Boys v Alcotops
Brewers Bees v Patriots
Woodmen v Royal Oak Wanderers
Half Pints v Colliton Imps

Section B
Hammers v Tramps
Top Pins v Wurzels
Vic Reeves v Hartstoppers
Wool RBL Misfits v Mrs Browns Boys
Steamers v Puddletown Wanderers
Ray & Ken’s Yokels v Swankers
Colliton Chimps v Colliton Muckspreaders

Section C
Country Boys v Colliton Spares
Essentials v Villains
3CA v Plodders
Untouchables v Trinity Strugglers
Rebels v Jokers
Colliton A v Merrymen
Colliton Flingers v Load of Bullocks

Section D
Frampton Fumblers v Swan Abbots
Greenstars v Ship Wrecked
Huntsmen v Unpredictable Strimmers
Coach & Heffers v Hotshots
Funseekers v Puddletown Nomads
Dribs ‘n’ Drabs v Frampton Rollers
Chaldon Chuckers v Wareham Legionaires

Crackerjacs v Oakettes
Trinity Sourz v Colliton Ladybirds
Colli-Cats v Al-Colli-Frolics
Mix Ups v Wonder Women
Devils v Breezers
Westenders v Team Unicorn
Vixens v Woodpeckers

Wonder Women

Ladies side Wonder Women (formally Crossfire Ladies) are looking for 1 more regular player for next season. They play their home matches on alley 1 at the Colliton Club on Monday nights. If interested please email

Top Pins

Top Pins of Section B are looking for new players for next season, they play their home matches at the Vic on Thursday nights. If interested please email terry.gosney@btinternet for further details.


The AGM took place at the Colliton Club last night.

Here is a brief explanation of the rule changes that were discussed and voted in.
Men are no longer able to play in the ladies league.
Ladies teams that are short will be able to give 5 pins (instead of the current 4 pins) to up to two missing players.
There will now be no restriction on the number of ladies allowed to play in the Men’s league, but no lady is allowed to play in both leagues.
The Men’s league will become an Open league.
Any team failing to fulfil a cup or plate match, other than in exceptional circumstances shall incur a £20 fine.

The league lost four men’s teams and two ladies teams leaving 70 entries. Each men’s section will consist of 14 teams , meaning that three teams got relegated from last season instead of the normal two, the ladies league will also have 14 teams.

League fixtures will begin week commencing the 4th September.