Wrington results

PUBLISHED: 15:35 23 February 2011

WRINGTON Vale Skittles League Division 1:

WRINGTON Vale Skittles League Division 1: Felton 0 (Mike Lock 46), Dundry Hillziders 10 (Gordon Blewitt, Brian Sage 45); Winford 0 (Steven Worle, Martin Witcombe 44), Exiles 10 (Andy Elverd 50); Harptree Handlers 4 (Roly Currell 49), Rangers 6 (Sam Rowe 47); Renegades 8 (Neil Wiltshire 49), Gropers 2 (Alvina Shiel 45); Blagdon 2 (Dick Dyer, Jeremy Brookes 47), Sportsmen 8 (Charlie Hellier 50); Woodies 8 (K Hynam 51), Burrington 2 (Cyril King 48).

Division 2: Winscombe FC 8 (John Ogden 45), Cleeve Cricketers 2 (John Parsons 50); Wrington Wanderers 10 (Mick Edmunds, A Ford 52), Wraxall Club 0 (Pat Ford, Gordon Poole 45); Redhill 2 (Paulo Tarquini, Robert Young 40), Avalon 8 (Michael Robbins 48); 
Burrington Bombers 2 (Ron Takle 46), Wrington 8 (N Milkins 51).

Division 3: Kingston Seymour 2 (Ray Chappell 52), Chew Magna 8 (Roy Ashley 55); The Rising Stars 10 (June Froude 52), Barrow Gurney CC 0 (Jason Bale 50); Ridgehill 8 (Andy Whitcombe 59), Claverclogs 2 (Mike Carpenter 65); Churchill A 9 (Ken Harwood 45), Yatton Old Boys 1 (Linda Langley 42); Pippins 2 (Geoff Poole 47), Backwell Village Clu 8 (Graham Ferris 47); Flax Bourton CC 2 
(Matthew Pinnock 51), Yeomen 8 (Mike Bailey 53).

Division 4: Oddbods 2 (Darren Burrett 43), Sun Risers 8 (Phillip Coles 50); Dundry BL 10 (Terry Bone, John Taylor 43), Fly-by-Nights 0 (Phil Farr 44); Queens Horses 8 (David Shipway 52), Churchill ‘B’ 2 (Terry Sleight 43); Pirates 0 (Carmel Wear 43), Zulus 10 (P Young 50); Oddfellows 9 (Laura Connors 52), Bruisers 1 (David Bowman 48); Wreckers 8 (Ian Hull 47), Crown Inn 2 (Daniel Virjee 45).


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