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Week 2

Games played Wednesday 4th May

Adrian Shepherd was in superb form for The New Club A as he clanged off sixteen dolls, including a six (6-5-5) in their 2-1 win at Garsington Sports A. New Club won the opening leg 31-27 with Garsington levelling in the next leg 29-27. New Club then went on to win the final and deciding leg 28-23. Team mates Mark Washington with fourteen dolls (4-5-5) and Pip Goulding thirteen dolls (4-5-4) both threw well.
Black Prince held off a determined Bullnose Morris A to record a 2-1 victory. They set and won the opening leg 26-22 and then were set 27 in the next leg by The Bullnose. Some steady consistent throwing saw The Prince pass that with an impressive 33. They failed to take maximum points in the final leg when they could only muster up a set of 23 which the Bullnose replied with 27 to give them a well deserved point.
The Black Prince Darren Grant was in top form with thirteen dolls (4-5-4).
Gladiators A had to come from behind to beat The Woodman after losing the first leg 25-22. The Glad’s won the next leg 25-23 and chasing a set of 25 in the final leg they passed it with ease hitting 30 dolls. Kevin Baker for The Glad’s and Jeff Glenister for The Woodman both hit a six while Glad’s Andy Beal top scored with thirteen dolls (4-5-4).

In Section 2, The Crown Chalgrove came away form Donnington Club D with all three points but it was much closer than the score suggests. Crown chasing all three legs, won the first leg by the odd doll 16-15 and then by two dolls in the next leg 21-19. The final leg Crown again scrapped through by the odd doll 18-17. Matthew Arnold threw well for his bakers dozen (4-4-5) for The Crown.

In Section 3 Lead off man from Florence Park Club A Darren Cox was in tremendous form as he clanged off fourteen dolls (5-4-5) to ease them to a comfortable 3-0 win at The George B in the leg scores of 22-14, 22-16, 22-18.
It was not unlucky thirteen for The Chequers A Jimmy Light who whipped off thirteen dolls 4-5-4 to guide them to a maximum win at The Six Bells B Kidlington, 20-12, 19-9, 22-14.

Donnington Clubs ‘A’ Jamie Smith had mixed fortunes as his team beat Green Road Club B 3-0 in Section 4. He hit a three with his first throw and then doubled it in the next with a maximum six but then blobbed out in the final leg. However it did not stop Donnington from winning all three legs 23-15, 20-13, 14-13.

In Section 6 The Pheasant Inn Paul Morris bagged himself a six as they came from behind to defeat Prince Of Wales 2-1 in a close contest. The opening leg was tied 10-10 with POW winning it on three sticks. Pheasant then stormed back in the next leg winning it 23-18. Final leg was decided by one doll going to The Pheasant 13-12.

In Section 7 Northway B scored more dolls then their hosts Bullnose Morris B 47-43 but still ended up losing 2-1. First blood went to The Bullnose 14-13 however Northway stomped back in the next leg to win it 19-14. They then set fifteen in the final and deciding leg and in reply Bullnose left anchor man Dale Macer five to win. He almost succeeded but fell one short with four to send it to a three stick shoot out, which Bullnose won with Macer hitting the winning doll. Nathan Goodwin threw well for Northway with ten dolls (4-4-2).
Green Road Club A had a disastrous start in their game against The Original Swan A when they could only muster up a score of three in the opening leg, Swan winning it with a reply of fifteen. The Club men recovered well to win the next two legs 15-11, 17-16.
Andy Perrin with ten dolls (2-5-3) top dolled for The Red Lion B Cassington as they won all three legs at home to Marston British Legion 13-11, 20-10, 13-10.
Northway Club A and Donnington Club B had a ding dong battle with the first leg being decided on one stick to Northway after it was tied 16-16 and three sticks could not separate them. Donnington drew level in the next leg by the smallest of margins 13-12. They then set twelve in the final leg, but it was not enough as Northway sailed past with a reply of 18.

In Section 8 Darren Beavan hit double figures (2-5-3) for Northway Club C but it couldn’t stop Red Lion A Cassington from coming away with a 2-1 win. The first leg Lion won on three sticks after it was tied 11-11. Northway won the next leg 16-10 before Red Lion secured victory in the final leg 15-12.

Top Dolls Scorers
16- A.Shepherd (New Club A)
14- D.Cox (Florence Park A) M.Washington (New Club A)
13- A.Beal (Gladiators A) P.Goulding (New Club A) D.Grant (Black Prince) M.Arnold (Crown) J.Light (Chequers A) M.Morgan (Rose Hill A)

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