Barmy Army – Section A Champions
Patriots – Section A runners up
Woodmen – Section B winners
Alcotops – Section B runners up
Mrs Browns Boys – Section C winners
Colliton Hartstoppers – Section C runners up
Rebels – Section D winners
Untouchables – Section D runners up
Devils – Ladies League Champions
Oakettes – Ladies League runners up
Barmy Army – Knockout Cup winners
Royal Oak Wanderers – Knockout Cup runners up
Oakettes – Ladies Knockout Cup winners
Mix Ups – Ladies Knockout Cup runners up
Colliton Wide Boys – Plate winners
Top Pins – Plate runners up
Devils – Ladies Plate runners up
Crossfire Ladies – Ladies Plate runners up
Darryl Burt of Skimmers – Singles winner with Sally Childs-Slade
Terry Durrant of Hammers – Singles runner up with Sally Childs-Slade
Lee Aplin & Allan Aplin of Colliton Flingers – Pairs winners with Malcom Slade
Lloyd Mitchem & Rich Mitchem of Hammers – Pairs runners up
Louise Legg & Rachel Cannon of Crackerjacs – Ladies Pairs winners with Philip Slade.
Mel Gosney & Wendy Burt of Devils – Ladies Pairs runners up.
Callum Hounsome of Brewers Bees – Sticker-up Cup winner with Philip Slade
George Wilson of Vic Reeves – Sticker-up Cup runner up
Edd Legg of Greenstars – Men’s Secretaries Shield winner (collected by Lauren Barnes) with Sally Childs-Slade
Luke Short of Barmy Army – Men’s Secretaries Shield runner up with Sally Childs-Slade
Mel Gosney of Devils – Ladies Secretaries Shield winner with Malcolm Slade
Jane Fairless of Mix Ups – Ladies Secretaries Shield runner up
Kelly Mitchell of Oakettes – Ladies highest individual score 73.
Russ Goff of Carrot Crunchers – Men’s highest individual score 89.
The trophies were presented by Philip Slade , Malcolm Slade and Sally Childs-Slade. Phil is the league’s treasurer and Malcolm and his wife Sally are long serving members of the committee. They were invited to present the trophies by the league as a mark of respect for their father Roy Slade who sadly passed away the previous year. The brothers kindly donated a new Section C trophy in memory of Roy.
Woodpeckers – Most oxos