2011-12 week 8

Colebridge Braves continue to enjoy life in the Premier Division, with a convincing 8-2 success over Sutton Coldfield A. Rajinder Davsi and Lee Holtham won three each for Braves as the promoted side continue their advance up the table.  Colin Greene was a hat-trick man for Hamstead B in their narrow 6-4 win at Streetly A.

Sutton Coldfield B had a 7-3 victory at Maypole A in Division One, with Howard Knight and Purdip Shoker both in maximum form.  Hamstead C remain top after a 7-3 home win over Streetly B, via a Hemal Raval maximum.  Baz Barrett of Hamstead is top of the individual list with 21-24, while Wayne Morris is also having a great season for the leaders.  Matt Satchwell was the star for second place Smithereens A in their 7-3 triumph at West Midlands Police A, with Smiths now nine clear of the chasing pack.  Faisal Ali and Paul Leck were both unbeaten for Smiths Wood C against Colebridge Chiefs in a 7-3 scoreline.

Colebridge Dinosaurs brought Coolebridge Falcons down to earth in a 7-3 success in Division Two, thanks to a Steve Taylor treble.  Richard Parks showed just why he is the top player in the section and kept Streetly C top of the pile following a 7-3 victory over Smiths Wood D.  Mike Evetts of Colebridge Eagles blasted the unbeaten record of Smithereens B as the classy top spinner gained a maximum in a 7-3 triumph for his side.  Pen-holder Andy Choi was unstoppable for Sutton Coldfield C in an 8-2 thrashing of Quinborne A.  Sutton Coldfield D edged Colebridge Giants 6-4, with reserve Boni Amin securing a superb treble.

Barry Clarke is enjoying life in Division Three for Ivy Leaf A and recorded another hat-trick in a 7-3 success over Sutton Coldfield E.  Defensive ace John Cox used his vast experience to telling effect for Colebridge Hawks at Maypole B as his side swooped to a 7-3 win.  Dave Ranford and Ming Sung were both outstanding for Quinborne B in a 7-3 success over Walmley A and also teamed up for a doubles victory.  Boni Amin emulated his hat-trick in Division Two with another for Sutton Coldfield F as they edged Beaufort D 6-4 in Division Four.  Amin hsd a thrilling 12-10 in the fifth win over the experienced Alan Thompson in his treble.  West Midlands Police B had a 6-4 away victory at Bournville B thanks to a Ron Fraser maximum.  Maurice Clayton and John Pepper led Walmley B to an easy 8-2 success over Streetly D.  Hamstead D romped home 8-2 at Colebridge Indians, as Justus Dixon and Gurpal Virdi proved unstoppable.

Sam Henderson is leading the way in Division Five with the Maypole C player registering yet another maximum in a 7-3 away success at Jacombs B.  Riaz Hussain was also unbeaten for Maypole. James Watts was in hat-trick form for Smiths Wood E against Colebridge Lions as his side clinched the match 7-3.  Todd Marshall won the first two sets of the season for the Lions and also combined with Matt Allen for a doubles victory. 

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