inton A 221 MEB 203. Another solid win for Binton which included maximum points for Andy Smith, one of the league’s most consistent shooters, and 33s for Chris Reed and Will Cemis. MEB had a mainly fours which gave four of their eight shooters 29 points. Paul Onions shot three bulls for 31 and was MEB’s top shot.
Home Guard 203 Binton B 205. Both teams had only six shooters and needed an A N Other score of 28. Binton led for most of the match with Steve Hodges, Ian Powell and Chris Green all shooting 31. Home Guard ‘s Gareth Morris started with four bulls and three fours for 32 but the rest of the team shot below par and so had to be satisfied with second place.
Wilmcote 226 Avenue 198. Avenue with only five shooters posed no threat to Wilmcote. James Wilby and Alan Crichton hit only bulls and fours for 32 and 33 respectively but Avenue’s three other shooters had some loose shots for low totals. In contrast Wilmcote shooters kept their eye on the bull with Jamie Putnam, Lester Langford and Paul Clingan all unlucky to miss out on possibles when they each missed one bull for scores of 34s. Wilmcote’s total score of 226 points topped the team sores again for the sixth week.
Wilmcote and Binton have both lost
only one game this season and seem to have the league all sewn up with only 1.1
points separating team averages.
Report by Juana Everett, to be published on 29th November 2018