League Week 12

Lindon Douglas produced a vintage unbeaten display which enabled Hamstead B beat Beaufort B 6-4 in the Premier Division. Alasdhair Broadbent was another hat-trick man for Smiths Wood C in an 8-2 blitzing of Smithereens A.   Smiths Wood A just edged Streetly A 6-4 thanks to an Alan Caffery hat-trick.  Edward Lynn and Amann Ubhi were unplayable as Colebridge Aces posted a 9-1 thrashing on Smiths Wood B.  Andy Dixon notched up another treble for leaders Hamstead A over Beaufortt Sports A, despite Jack Williamson inflicting the first defeat of the campaign on Nabil Khalfey and only the second on Steve Bertie.

Maypole A skipped to a 7-3 victory against Bournville A in Division One by a 7-3 margin, with Rob Watts gaining a maximum.
John Waters picked up a rare treble for Streetly B in a 7-3 away success at Sandwell Unison.  Colebridge Braves beat Hamstead C 7-3 in a top of the table clash, thanks to a Rajinder Davsi max.

Beaufort Sports C gained a crucial 6-4 victory at Colebridge Falcons in Division Two, despite a masterclass treble from Dean Hicks.  Brian Morris was a hat-trick performer for Colebridge Giants in their 7-3 success over clubmates Colebridge Hawks.
Big hitter Dan Ranford was in fine form for Quinborne A in a narrow 6-4 win at Smiths Wood D.  Smithereens B kept up their challenge with a comfortable 7-3 victory over Colebridge Chiefs, via a fine display from Dave Whittingslow. Leaders Colebridge Dinosaurs thumped Sutton Coldfield D 9-1 with the trio of Mark Georgevic, Ray Dixon and Pete Roddy being one of the strongest ever sides to play in this section.

Defensive ace Paul Thomas led Ivy Leaf A to a 7-3 home win against Colebridge Knaves in Division Three.  Graham Fleet and the consistenr Richard Parks were both unbeaten for Streetly C in an 8-2 mauling of Colebridge Lions.  Roger Hookes and Martin George both gained maximums as Bournville B wrapped up a convincing 8-1 victory at Sutton Coldfield F.

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