Crackerjacs Ladies Champions

Crackerjacs clinched the ladies league on Tuesday after 6 seasons of Devils dominance. It was a closely fought run-in between Jacs and Woodpeckers with both teams in fine form, but it was Crackerjacs that finally broke away and won the league by 4 points, after six wins on the trot. Woodpeckers lost their last match at home to Oakettes which now means that both teams will meet again on the 3rd May in a play off to decide runners up after Oakettes came from the pack with a fine run of seven games without defeat.

Colliton Club 4-a-side Competition

The Colliton Club are running a four a side skittle competition if you miss your skittles and would like to play in the summer.

There are two competitions a knockout and a plate competition for those who go out in the first round.

There are money prizes of £200 for the winner of the knockout and £80 for the winner of the plate plus runner up prizes.

Please find attached an entry form which you can return to the Colliton and if you need more then please get in touch with Brian Newton. Colliton Club 4 a side

The club hopes you will support the skittles and help raise money for the Air Ambulance.

Skittlers of the week – Open league w/c 9 April

Top score in the league was Graham Cockett of Colliton Flingers with 78 on alley one at the Colliton Club.
The highest team score was 468 by Colliton Flingers in their 78-pins victory in Section C over Rebels on alley one at the Colliton Club.
The highest hand was 79 hit by two teams, Royal Oak Wanderers at the Royal Oak, Bere Regis, and Colliton Imps at the Royal Oak, Milborne St Andrew.

Skimmers crowned Section A champions

Skimmers have won Section A after beating Heathens on Friday while their closest rivals Colliton Wide Boys lost away to Royal Oak Wanderers

At the bottom Alcotops are already relegated, while Half Pints beat Brewers Bees on Thursday to give themselves a one pin lead over the Bees. Brewers Bees face Royal Oak Wanderers on Thursday at home knowing a defeat would send them down. Half Pints play away to Woodmen on Friday.

Games to play
Half Pints 14pts – Woodmen (A)
Brewers Bees 13pts – Royal Oak Wanderers (H)

If a play off is needed it will take place on Thursday 3rd May, venue to be confirmed.

 

Hammers champions, Wanderers promoted

Hammers are heading to Section A after victory over Hartstoppers on Thursday meant that they won Section B, while on Friday Puddletown Wanderers clinched promotion after they won and Wurzels lost.

At the bottom Wool RBL Misfits are relegated, while the final relegation place is between Tramps and Colliton Muckspreaders with the pair meeting on Thursday night on alley one at the Colliton Club, victory for Tramps would see the two having to meet again in a play off.

Games to play
Colliton Muckspreaders 17pts – Tramps (H)
Tramps 15pts – Colliton Muckspreaders (A)

If a play off is needed it will take place on Thursday 3rd May, venue to be confirmed.

 

Essentials win Section C

Essentials have won Section C after leading the way all season and are worthy champions. In second place Country Boys are just a point behind Flingers and know that victory in their final match at home to Villains on Friday will see them promoted as Flingers have finished their fixtures and have a bye this week.

Games to play
Colliton Flingers 33pts – Bye
Country Boys 32pts – Villains (H)

At the bottom Merrymen are relegated, while Trinity Strugglers need to beat Imps B and hope that Rebels lose their last match at home to Merrymen. Although with there being a bye in Section C it’s likely that only one team will be relegated.

Games to play
Rebels 16pts – Merrymen (H)
Trinity Strugglers – 14pts – Imps B (A)

If a play off is needed it will take place on Thursday 3rd May, venue to be confirmed.

Section D update – Second place up for grabs

Unpredictable Strimmers have already clinched the Section D title. Hotshots are 2 points clear of Swan Abbots in second place and both finish with away games this week. On Thursday Swan Abbots play away to Wareham Legionaires, while on Friday Hotshots play away to Huntsmen.

If a play off is needed it will take place on Thursday 3rd May, venue to be confirmed.

Games to play
Hotshots 38pts – Huntsmen (A)
Swan Abbots 36pts – Wareham Legionaires (A)

Skittlers of the week – Ladies w/c 9 April

Top scores in the ladies league were Denise Aspden of Colliton Ladybirds on alley two at the Colliton Club and Kerry Herring of Woodpeckers at the Spitfire Club, Crossways both with 61. The highest team score was 393 by Woodpeckers at the Spitfire Club, Crossways. The highest hand was 63 hit by two teams, Woodpeckers at the Spitfire Club, and Colliton Ladybirds on alley two at the Colliton Club.

Ladies league run in – Jacs close in on title

The ladies league will be decided next Tuesday, Crackerjacs will win the league if they avoid defeat in their final game at home to Colliton Ladybirds, if Jacs lose and Woodpeckers beat Oakettes at the Goldies then there will be a play off for the title. If Oakettes beat Woodpeckers then this would set up a play off for the runners up spot as Oakettes currently trail Woodpeckers by 2 points.

If a play off is needed it will take place on Thursday 3rd May, venue to be confirmed.

Games to play
Crackerjacs 32pts: Colliton Ladybirds (H)
Woodpeckers 30pts: Oakettes (H)
Oakettes 28pts: Woodpeckers (A)