Flegg flying high in Daytime Triples

Pat Flegg’s M5 team now lead the Monday Daytime Triples after beating Peter Taylor’s M10 team 17-12, which leaves Peter’s team seven points behind with two games in hand.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 27th November 2013, 7:51 am

Geoff Gray’s M1 team didn’t play and are now second.

Jean Barnard’s M9 team just held onto third by beating Barry Grocock’s M11 team 13-12.

Roy Marsh’s M2 beat Peter Mays’ M4 team 17-15 to hang onto fourth but they have been handicapped by a rotten start to the season.

Ken Walker’s W2 team now lead the Wednesday Sets thanks to a vital and resounding 6-0 (18 shots) beating of Pat Flegg’s W4 team who had been championship challengers .

This allows Tom Dubber’s W3 team to stay second despite not playing.

Barry Grocock’s W1 team are now third but with a game in hand on Pat Flegg’s team.

They comfortably won 6-0 (7 shots) over Rita Procter’s W8 team and push Rita’s team down to fifth.

Peter Taylor’s W7 team look destined for the top half after easily beating Tony Scott’s W12 team by 6-0 (15 shots).

Ken Walker’s T5 team have lost the lead of the Thursday Pairs by inexplicably crashing 17 -12 to Chubby Clark’s T9 team who are still fourth from bottom. Bob Baines’ T7 team are once again favourites for the championship following a comfortable 21-10 win over Geoff Gray’s T1 team.

Bob Clifton’s T11 team easily beat Peter Carroll’s newcomers 19-4 to stay in touch and together with Barbara Allen’s T8 team they are the only other teams capable of delivering a challenge.

Geoff Gray’s F1 team are struggling to become Friday Mixed Triples champions again after a heavy 25-10 defeat to Peter Mays’ F2 leading team and F1 now drop to fourth.

Bob Baines’ F6 team stay second with a comfortable 22-11 win over Peter Taylor’s F5 team and Doreen Bee’s F4 team climb to third with a 14-8 win over Audrey Rogers’ F3 team.

After eight successive defeats Chubby Clark’s F8 team comfortably won 22-9 against Rita Procter’s F7 team.