Week 5



venue 210 Wilmcote 223. Avenue were able to field a full team of shooters for the first time this season. James Wilby was unlucky to miss one bull for a season best shot of 34, Steve Garlic shot 32 and Steve Everett made his season debut with a solid 31 points. The team achieved its highest score this season with 210 points. Wilmcote lead throughout the match hitting only bulls and fours which included maximum points for Adam Clarke, his 32nd career possible and 33 from Jamie Putnam. A well deserved win for the visitors.


Binton B 190 Home Guard 206. Gareth Morris was first to shoot in this match and with 33 got Home Guard off to a good start. Both teams had some loose threes but with 31 from Alan Brookes and 32 from Andy Morris Home Guard came out winners. Binton B hand only six shooters had they had difficulty finding the bull. Only two shooters avoided the threes for scores of 29 and 30 and with such low individual scores were no threat to Home Guard.


MEB 204 Binton A 223. MEB could only field six shooters for this match against Binton and they did not seem too comfortable on their home target with only two shooters staying out of the threes including Paul Onions who managed 32. Binton got off to a solid start with 33 from Collin Hayes then Andy Smith and later in the match Michelle Dale just missed out on a possible with six bulls for scores of 34. Will Cemis completed the score card with maximum points, his first this season and the 41st of his career. A comfortable win for Binton.


After five weeks, Binton A top the League table with 8 points and an average of 225.00; Wilmcote, Avon and Home Guard are all on 6 points; MEB and Binton B have 2 points and Avenue have yet to win a match.



Report by Juana Everett, to be published on 11th October 2018