News report wc 28 Sept 2015
Division 2 is proving to be very competitive this season with most of the teams signing good experienced players who have performed at a higher level. In a hard fought encounter with an Electric Sports side that included Andy Moulton and hard hitting Jack Auckland, County Officers C claimed a narrow 6 4 victory thanks to a fine maximum from new signing Daniel Webber, and Groves D gained their first win of the season due to three terrific wins from Lynsey Pellew-Nabbs as they outpointed a very useful Barrovians team 7 3. In an earlier match new signing and vastly experienced Terry Haselden had starred as he led Barrovians to a splendid draw with possible title favourites County Officers B who included talented Andy Davies. Saughall Port continued their good start with a comfortable 7 3 success over promoted Officers D, Glyn Jones being unbeaten during the evening.
In the Premier division Simon Jones and Andy Eagles led Pulford to an emphatic 9 1 victory over Groves and Milan Puchala and his Newton A squad did likewise against a sporting Pulford A squad.
Roger Lee hit a fine maximum in division 1 as Newton B narrowly outpointed County Officers 6 4, and Barrow A remain top following a comfortable win over Groves C.
Division 3 action saw Barrow C complete two matches in a week, defeating Groves E away 7 3 , followed by a tough draw on Thursday against improving County Officers E. Bryan Fitzpatrick was unbeaten in the Groves match but went down narrowly to young Tom Bawn in the later clash.