Week 4



inton A 229 Avon 216. Binton lead from the start of this match with 34 from Chris Reed and consolidated their position with three more 34s from Andy Smith, Michelle Dale and Will Cemis. Hitting only bulls and fours they came out clear winners against Avon with the highest team score so far this season. Nick Williams hit his fourth consecutive 34 this season and Avonís last shooter Alison McMillan shot her 15th career possible but with more fours than bulls Binton just proved too good for Avon on the night. The win takes Binton to the top of the league table with six points from three matches and an average of 225.67 over Avon who have six points from four matches and an average of 222.00 points.


Wilmcote 223 Binton B 206. Wilmcote shooters had the highest scores in this match with 34 from new team member Jamie Putnam and 33s from Lester Langford and Graham East. It came as no surprise when they won the match. Binton had a couple of loose threes but in the main Binton shooters kept their shots clustered around but not in the bulls eye. Steve Hodges and Benn Chamberlain shot 31s but at the end 206 turned out to be their lowest score this season.


Home Guard 216 MEB 206. MEB were able to field eight shooters but between them there were some loose shots which kept individual scores lower than they hoped. Steph Ford was their highest scorer with five bulls she shot 32. Home Guard had only one three on the score card but seemed to have some problems hitting the bull. Their best shooter was Andy Morris with 34.



Report by Juana Everett, to be published on 4th October 2018