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PUBLISHED: 14:16 02 March 2011

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WRINGTON Vale Skittles League Division 1:

WRINGTON Vale Skittles League Division 1: Sportsmen 8 (Joe Rich 51), Woodies 2 (Jon Spirrell 57); Dundry Hillziders 0 (Steve Wait 47), Winscombe CC 10 (Reevley Stephens 47); Felton 8 (Bob Child 47), Blagdon 2 (Ken Mitchell 45); Exiles 10 (Andy Elverd 64), Harptree Handlers 0 (Barry Weston, Martin Filer 47); Rangers 2 (Andrew Silk 49), Renegades 8 (Cambell Bannerman 51).

Division 2: Wraxall Club 2 (Len Tavener 38), Strugglers 8 (Simon Farr 38); Wrington 10 (Claire Board 48), Backwell 0 (Dave Marks 45); Yatton Villagers 6 (Ray Star 44), Redhill 4 (Shane Lovatt 59); Cleeve Cricketers 1 (Dave Hunt 53), Avalon 9 (Martin Williams 57); Winscombe FC 10 (John Swift 52), Burrington Bombers 0 (Austin Taylor 48); Yatton Colts 2 (Dave Drower 52), Wrington Wanderers 8 (Mick Edmunds 58).

Division 3: Claverclogs 0 (Chris Olive 48), The Rising Stars 10 (Pete Best 56); Yeomen 8 (Mick Currell 60), Pippins 2 (Sharon Williams, Ian Norton 52); Backwell Village Clu 10 (Paul Penson 54), Churchill A 0 (David Baker 53); Chew Magna 8 (Chris Dando 56), Yatton Old Boys 2 (Russell Tippett 42); Kingston Seymour 8 (Barbara Hancock 45), Flax Bourton CC 2 (Malcolm Dowling 46); Barrow Gurney CC 10 (Gordon Ladd 49), Ridgehill 0 (Andy Whitcombe 52).

Division 4: Churchill B 10 (Terry Sleight 43), Dundry BL 0 (John Taylor 41); Crown Inn 10 (Alan Cosh 53), Oddfellows 0 (Robert Hepworth 62); Bruisers 8 (Jason Heals 48), Pirates 2 (Derek Wesson 43); Sun Risers 4 (Chris Wyatt 52), Zulus 6 (B Wade 57); Oddbods 4 (James Keepin 44), Wreckers 6 (Ady Hembury 50); Fly-by-Nights 0 (M Allen 40), Queens Horses 10 (Nicola Witcombe 47).


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