2011-12 week 3

Beaufort Sports B were indebted to both Rob Sheldon and Rob Rowson for their 6-4 victory at Colebridge Braves, in the Premier Division.  They both won two singles eaxh and also combined for a crucial doubles win.  John Collymore and John Patel were maximum men for Hamstead B in their emphatic 8-2 success over Smiths Wood B. Dawn Sagoo gained an excellent win over Lindon Doublas for Smiths.  Smiths Wood A continued in fine form with an 8-2 demolition of Streetly A, thanks to trebles from Michael Browne and the prolific Pat Glynn. Amann Ubhi and Ed Lynn were unstoppable for leaders Colebridge Aces, in their 9-1 mauling of Sutton Coldfield A.

Hamstead C maintained their fine start in Divison One by an 8-2 margin courtesy of hat-tricks for Barry Barratt and Erroll Walker.  Pete Roddy was back to his best for Colebridge Chiefs at Beaufort Sports C in a 7-3 triumph. Smithereens A pipped Maypole A 6-4 despite a smart treble by Rob Watts.  Purdip Shoker enabled Sutton Coldfield B edge Streetly B by the same scoreline, although Steve Taylor picked up two singles for Streetly to continue his comeback from injury.

Sutton Coldfield C picked up a 7-3 win at Colebridge Falcons in Division Two courtesy of a Colin Cleverley maximum. Steve Taylor of Colebridge Dinosaurs was unbeaten in the 7-3 success over Sutton Coldfield D, with Brian Morris of Sutton winning two singles for his new club.  Colin Oakes and Richard Parks were unstoppable for Streetly C in a surprisingly comfortable thumping of Quinborne A, for whom Tim Freeman stopped the whitewash in the last set of the night over Mike Standen.  Kevin Flavell was the star turn for Smithereens B as they toppled Colebridge Giants 6-4.

An excellent team effort by Colebridge Hawks in Division Three, saw John Cox and Mick and Chris Welsh win two singles each in a 7-3 away success at Quinborne B.  Barry Sterling was unbeaten for Jacombs A in a 6-4 win over Walmley A.  Ivy Leaf A edged Maypole B 6-4, with two each from Rex Gines and former Land Rover stalwart Barry Clarke.  Big hitting Martin Clayton and Martin George both gained maximums for Bournville B in a comfortable 8-2 victory over Sutton Coldfield E.

Alan Thompson of Beaufort Sports D was the only unbeaten player as his side drew 5-5 with Hamstead D in Division Four.  Sutton Coldfield F had Boni Amin and Steve Bailey maximums in their 9-1 triumph at West Midlands Police B.

Smiths Wood E pipped Colebridge Knaves 6-4 thanks to a James Watts treble.  Stuart Corr was another maximum man as his treble was decisive in the 7-3 success over Maypole B.  Sutton Coldfield G gained a 6-4 win over Jacombs B

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