Rising Sun head the Nailsea & District Cribbage League

PUBLISHED: 14:20 27 February 2018

The Rising Sun are the narrow leaders of the Nailsea & District Cribbage League

Nailsea & District Cribbage League:

W L Pts

Rising Sun 11 4 22

Sawyers Arms 10 4 20

Silver Street Lions 10 5 20

Grove Sports 9 6 18

Miners Rest 9 6 18

Backwell VC 8 7 16

Grove Nomads 7 8 14

Barrow Miners 7 8 14

The Crown 6 9 12

White Lion 5 10 10

Kings Head 5 10 10

Moorend Spout 2 12 4

Yatton & Clevedon Cribbage League:

Pl Pts

Blue Flame 19 24

Consti Rebels 19 24

Royal Oak 19 24

Clevedon Cribbers 19 22

Three Cs 19 20

Butchers Arms 19 20

The Wurzels 19 20

The Villagers 10 20

Market Inn 19 18

The Ploughmen 19 18

Yatton Bowling Club 19 16

The Old Inn 19 16

Claverham VH 19 14

Old Innians 19 10

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