week 4

Division 1:

Woodchester B move to the top of the table after a convincing 8-2 victory at home to Phoenix A, Clive Ellison was man of the match scoring a maximum for the home side. Forest Green A are in second position after maximums from Marcus Holba and Dave Harvey helped them to a 9-1 win against the visiting Phoenix B. Yate entertained Frampton A and it was the visitors who left with a 6-4 victory aided by a man of the match performance from Abu Salehbhai with a max. Peter Kirkham was unbeaten for Frampton B when they defeated the visiting Cirencester 6-4.

Division 2:

Frampton C remain at the top of the division despite being held to a five all draw at home to Whiteshill B, Dave Pearce scoring a maximum for the home side. Randwick A hold onto second place after leaving Whiteshill A with a 6-4 victory although it was the home teams Steve Greening who was man of the match with a hat trick of wins. No one player could dominate as Phoenix C edged the local derby against Forest Green B winning by a 6-4 margin. Cam A played hosts to Phoenix D with the visitors coming out on top with a 6-4 victory thanks to a maximum from Sam McIvor.

 

Division 3:

Randwick C are top of the division after a 6-4 victory against the visiting Whiteshill C, William Snell scored a maximum for the home side. Nailsworth A are in second place after a convincing 9-1 home win over Forest Green C, Dave Pugh and Alan Welsh both going unbeaten. Mark Edwards scored a maximum for Randwick B and helped his side leave Phoenix F with a 7-3 victory.

Division 4:

Cam B remain at the top of the table despite dropping their first point of the season after leaving Phoenix I with a 9-1 victory, George Thomas put in a man of the match performance and was joined by Harry Hogan with maximums. Phoenix G comfortably beat their H team club mates 9-1 to move into second place after Sacha Curzon and Fadi Dahdouh scored maximums. In the latest Nailsworth derby hosted by Forest Green D, it was the visiting Nailsworth C who claimed the victory as maximums from Mike May and Dave Watson earned them a 6-4 win.

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