Wrapping up the 1st round there wins for the Prince C, The Royal Oak and the Swan A making up the last 8. PYLE Legion A remain on top of the A League with a narrow 2 point margin with a 6-5 win over fellow title chasers the Prince C. The Legion also extended their lead in the fours league to 4 points with a 3-0 win.
Pyle RFC remain the only unbeaten side in the league with a last leg deciding win over the RAFA B.
180’s came from the RAFA’s Martin Cavill and the RFC’s Kyle Jeffrey with Jeffrey the man to pin the deciding double for the RFC.
The Rugby boys also clinched a deciding fours leg winning 2-1.
The Prince A kept in touch with the top with a win over the Breeze. The Prince raced to a 4-0 lead before being pegged back to 4-4 but sealed the win with the final 3 singles legs. Breeze though got a measure of revenge with a 2-1 win in the fours.
The Greenacres returned to winning ways with an 8-3 win over the Swan A. A strong singles showing of 5 out of 6 the difference between the two. The Acres continued their dominance in the fours with a 3-0 win. IN a top of the table clash, the Royal Oak extended their lead over the Prince B with an 8-3 win. Steve Gillet hit a 120 out in the pairs whilst the Prince’s Jason Evans hit his second 180 of the season. In the fours though, the Prince were on song with a 3-0 win.
The Angel earned a welcome win with a 6-5 win over the USC. Dai Pritchard hit a 180 for the USC but it was Wayne Chinnock who sealed the win for the Angel. In the fours, the USC won 2-1.
The Globe A took the last three singles legs in their game against the Swan B to win 7-4.
Phil Jones from the Globe hit a 180 as the Globe’s finishing showed through. In the fours, the Globe were winners again, earning a 2-1 win. THE Jolly Sailor leapt into second spot, inflicting leaders the Globe B their first defeat of the season. The Sailors 7-4 win see them sit a big 16 points behind the Globe. A 2-1 win for the Globe in the fours sees them 1 point clear at the top of the fours league.
The Lorelei now sit joint second with the Jolly Sailor with a 9-2 hammering of the Ancient Briton. They also took the spoils with a 2-1 win in the fours.
The Blue Water Club almost let a 5-1 lead slip but took a deciding leg win over the Sandpiper.
Richard Parsons the marksman with the winning double after the Sandpiper came back to level the match 5-5.