Division One

Castlefields 13 (249) Hanwood 1 (155)

A big win for Castlefields as Steve France just saved the whitewash winning 18. Steve Duckett was once again best for the ‘fields winning 21-8 to claim not only the sweep but also the League Aggregate.

Elephant & Castle 13 (243) George 1 (113)

The Ele signed off their home fixtures with another big win as they virtually confirmed the league title. They had six single figure winners including Martin Young 21-1 and Richard Leah 21-2. Ron Crook ensured the George’s trip was not pointless with a card of 21-12.

Pontesbury A 11 (237) Telepost 3 (204)

This match was between two sides looking for a top three finish and Pontesbury held the upper hand as Dominic Wootton 21-14 was best of the three away winners. Karl Jones, Den Walton and Boo Challinor all won 13 for the Nags side.

Craven Arms 11 (227) Crescent 3 (157)

A comfortable 70 chalk win for relegated Craven Arms against a Crescent side battling to stay up. Ben James and Derek Bishop had wins of 21-4 for the hosts and Scott Bowen replied with 21-9 for the visitors.

Bricklayers A 11 (225) Meole Brace A 3 (163)

Important win for the Brick to keep them away from relegation danger, Perry Evans 21-3 and Neil Jones 21-4 their top winners. The Bracers had two 21-13 cards and a 21-11 from Ian Riddell.

Ludlow Castle 9 (213) Prince Hotel A 5 (186)

The Prince kept this match close and were 4-4 after eight games but Mal Griffiths bowled superbly at the back for the Ludlow side to win 21-3 and seal the victory. The Prince had five winners with Ian Payne 21-13 and Geoff Davies’s opponent having to retire from the game due to an injury with Geoff 13-4 up.

OSBC 9 (210) Battlefield 5 (192)

A home win for Old Shrewsbury but not enough to save them from relegation whilst Battlefield need a win next week to stop them joining their opponents in Division Two next season. Chris Jones Jnr. 21-8 and Matt Whittaker 21-9 ensured the match points were safe despite the best efforts of Dave Beer who won 21-6 for the Lions.

Division Two

Hadnall 11 (237) Frankwell 3 (168)

Pete Sergeant 21-5 and Mike Thomas 21-6 helped Hadnall to this win but they still sit in a relegation place with one game to go. Frankwell will finish midtable and Mike Haycocks with 21-11 was best of their three winners.

Burway 11 (228) Meole Brace V 3 (185)

Good win for Burway as Meole had three winners, Mark Davies best of these with 21-12. Anthony Rogers 21-2 and Emily Moseley 21-8 for the South Shropshire side.

Prince Hotel B 11 (227) Ifton 3 (200)

The Division’s Champions ended their away programme with a 27 chalk defeat at the Prince, Charlie Blain winning 21-9 to keep the aggregate down. Kelvin Holder won 21-10 for the Bynner Street side.

Wem BC 11 (226) POWBC 3 (189)

Mid table Wem won this encounter against promotion hopefuls POWBC. Anne Speake and Tony Oliver were 21-9 winners for the home side and Andy George matched this score for the visitors.

Bayston Hill A 9 (225) Albert Road BC 5 (192)

John Davies 21-2, Nick Hughes 21-8 and Martin Cousins 21-9 were Bayston Hill’s best winners whilst John Griffiths won 21-9 for Albert Road as they battle to stay up.

Whittington 9 (213) Bicton A 5 (177)

Whittington are a point off promotion after this win, which leaves Bicton with a lot to do in their last match to join them. Mike Brunt and Aled Davies won 21-5 for the hosts and Andy Gale replied with 21-7 for Bicton.

Division Three

Oxon 6(182)  Greenfields Social 8(208)

Games were shared in this top of the table clash but champions elect Greenfields Social comfortably took the aggregate points, June Massey and Ian Kilburn sharing the coppers, both 21 – 6.  Best for Oxon Danny Powell, 21 – 10.

Bagley 3(175)  Oxon Village 11(232)

A great win for the Village side who still have a game in hand on their promotion rivals, Alan Edwards best for them, 21 – 3.  Bagley’s best was from Paul Peatroy, 21 – 11.

Church Club 12(244)  Severnside 2(118)

A big home success for the Church who had Dave Smith with the best of five single-figure cards, 21 – 3.  Julie Perry was the best for Severnside, who were a player short, 21 – 14.

Bicton B 12(243)  Worthen and Brockton 2(177)

A big home win for the Bicton  Bees who had Pat Oliver claiming their coppers, 21 – 6.  Linda Webster was Worthen’s best, 21-16.


Severnside St. Julian’s 6(206)  Corbet Arms 8(213)

Games were shared in this match with the away side taking the aggregate points by seven chalks, Eddie Roderick best for them, 21 – 4.  Best for the Severnside Friars was Cynthia Hedley, 21 – 11.

Monkmoor 10(229)  Bayston Hill B 4(183)

A good win for the Monk who had Andy Cooke with their best card, 21 – 6.  Julian Archer’s 21 – 10 was the Hillbillies’ best score.

Wem USC 12(244)  Bricklayers B 2(140)

John Bushill, Terry Piggott and Mark Williams all claimed a share of the spoils for the Services side, all winning 21 – 6.  Simon Damm had the best card for the Brick Bees, who were a player short, 21 – 16.