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The squad for the inter league team is  Phil Dean (Captain) Martin Pike, Andy Collard, David Haigh, David Jones, Paul Steer, Martin Taylor,                      Ian Gregory, Julian Mason, Jeremy Brooks, Peter Blackwell, Ian Norton, John Jones, Phil Hucker, Simon Ballard . 

The first game is on Saturday 14th October at the Churchill club against the Wrington Vale League.

The second game is on Saturday 21st October at 49 Club (Down Stairs) against the Central League.      

The return game with the Central League is on the 18th November is at the Winscombe CC alley.

The return game with the Wrington Vale League will take place on February 24th alley Boro Sports Club.

The second game with the Wrington Vale League took place at the Boro Sports Club we the League would like to thank the club for the use of the alley. The District League won the match by 30 pins and retain the cup for the sixth year running the first set belonged to the District by 9 pins with Dave Haigh hitting a good 49 without a spare, The second set was also belonging to the District with both Ian Gregory And Julian Mason getting spares on the forth hand but not to be outdone the Wrington side game back at them on the last hand down by J Cherston getting a fourteen spare to level the set in this set Julian Mason hit 49. The third set begun to go the Districts way on the second hand down with both Ian Norton and Pete Blackwell getting spares and sandwiched between them Simon Ballard hitting a nine for a 37 down this more or less put this set to bed Ian Norton went on to hit 53 and Pete Blackwell 50 they took the set by 22 pins. Now with a 31 pin advantage going into the last both teams got of to a good start Captain Phil Dean hitting a sixteen spare and the opposite stand in Captain on the night Clint Harding getting a fifteen  spare on the third hand own both Paul Steer and Phil Dean hit spares also Keith Hann of the Wrington team this set was nip and tuck on the last hand Jeremy Brooks hit a fourteen spare and Keith Hann got his second spare of the evening Jerent Finished with a score of 51 and Phil Dean got 54 the highest from both sides for the Wrington both Clint and Keith finished with 53. total scores Weston 559, Wrington 529. WELL DONE TO BOTH TEAMS FOR A GOOD GAME.

The return game with the Central League took place at the Winscombe CC We would like to thank them for the use of the club and the excellent food they provided. The Central League regained some pride by winning the game by 40 pins, but the the District retained the cup by a margin of 60 pins over the two games, the first set belonged to the Central by 12 pins with James Lane hitting 43 for them for the District Martin Pike hit a very good 50, must mention Dave Jones on one of his hands put his first ball past the front pin only to hit the centre pin and in doing so it took another pin and then rolled back to hit the front pin down that ended his hand. the second set belonged to the District League taking it by 26 pins that put the District 14 pins up in the game in this set Simon Ballard hit a excellent 52. The third began with Pete Blackwell hitting a 14 spare on his first hand but back came the Central League with Neil Wilcox also hitting a 14 spare on the second hand down he went on to record the highest score in this set with 45, and they took the set by 26 pins this put them up by 12 pins in the game, the last set also belonged to the Central with Dean Hazell hitting a 17 spare on his first hand he then hit a 18 spare on his last hand to finish with a excellent 60, Captain Phil Dean hit a good 52 for the District he ran out of steam on his last hand a finished with a v/c the Central took the set by 28 pins. Weston & District 424, Central League 464.  WELL DONE DISTRICT FOR RETAINING THE RON DAY CUP.

A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY WE WENT FRONT PIN FIRST ON THE 2nd DECEMBER 1994 WHEN THE PRESENT CUP WAS DONATED BY THE DAY FAMILY ON THAT OCCASION THE DISTRICT WON THE CUP BY A MARGIN OF 97 PINS IT WAS A ONE GAME THAT YEAR ALL OTHER TIMES IT HAS BEEN OVER TWO LEGS AND THIS WIN IS THE BIGGEST ANY TEAM HAS GONE INTO THE SECOND MATCH.

The first game with the Central League took place at the 49 club it resulted in a win for the District team by 100 pins this game was front pin first but it is only half time. The Central got off to a good start winning the set by 11 pins with James Lane hitting 50, for the District Phil Hucker got 46 after starting with a 1 so a good recovery, into the second set and I would think the Central would like to forget this set as the District pulled 63 pins so now they were 52 pins ahead in the game it all started with Martin Taylor hitting a 17 spare on his first hand only to hit another 17 on the fifth hand and to finish with a excellent 65, and with Julian Mason hitting a 14 spare on the last hand this put the set to bed. the Central did a little better in the third but still found the District to hot to handle with Pete Blackwell starting with a 14 spare and went on to hit a good 55 also Andy Collard hitting a 11 on this hand, not to out done Paul Steer hit a 16 spare on the fifth hand and with a set total of 151 the District pulled another 37 pins. into the last set Captain Phil Dean hit a 13 spare on second hand and a further 13 spare on his fifth hand to finish with a very good 60, for the Central Dean Hazell hit a 16 spare on his third hand this was only the second spare the Central hit in the game, but as I said it is only half time in the 2 games that we play well done to the District side as always it is a team game. Weston Central League 443, Weston & District League 543. 

The first game with the Wrington Vale League took place at the Churchill Club it resulted in a win for the District League by 25 pins The first set belonged to the District with both Dave Haigh and John Jones both hitting spares on the first hand down but not to be outdone the Wrington set responded with 2 spares on the next hand this was the only spares for them in this set the third hand down John hit a 18 spare then in the next hand both Ian Norton and Phil Hucker both hit spares this gave the District a 23 pin advantage. The second set was a reverse of the first with the Wrington side starting with 2 spares on the second hand down Julian Mason hit a 13 spare to steady the ship but in the forth Kevin Buck hit a 15 spare but this was followed by Martin Taylor getting a 16 spare, but then Wrington came back at us with 2 more spares to finish the set and they pulled back 21 pins this left the District only 2 pins in the game, into the last set of 3 it was nip and tuck until the third hand when Jerry Brooks hit a 15 spare then followed it with a 14 spare on his next hand and the other players hitting eights and nines we pulled away from the Wrington side winning the set by 23 pins. so well done to all the players as this was a team game. The notable scores that were hit for the Wrington side M Witcombe hit 50, K Buck hid a very good score of 62 witch was the highest on the night from both teams, M Rudge 52, for the Weston team Dave Haigh hit 56, John Jones a very good 61, Martin Taylor 54, Jeremy Brooks 53. Wrington Vale 559, Weston & District 584. 

 

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