Lyme Regis Skittles League

skittlesLyme Regis Skittles League results week ending March 23rd:

Ladies Singles

The following are through to the final at the Ship Inn on Thursday, April 25th:

Ros Parsons; Heather Kitcher; Sam Churchill; Tracey Chapman;

Shelley Larcombe; Donna Heath; Sarah Churchill; Lisa Taylor

Men’s Singles (Den Parson’s Cup)

The following are through to the final at Wootton Club on Friday, May 17th

G Kent; S Beal; A Studley; C Kapur; A Sheader; M Downs

R Beviss; J Rickard; P Hodder; Peter Grinter; J Fry; K Bearpark

Forthcoming Fixtures:

Friday, March 29th

Men’s Bob Sweetland Cup (semi-final):

Flyers v Alleytwits (at Wootton Club)

Clueless v Young Guns (at the George)

Notes for League Games week commencing Monday April 1st

As per fixture book, except:

  • Skittso’s v Generations is shown incorrectly in the book: Generations should be the home team and game to be played Generations v Skittso’s at the Ship Inn on Monday, April 1st (and not Thursday, April 4th)

Rollercoasters v Wootton Wobblers to be played Thursday, April 4th at the George (not Monday, April 1st)

Alleytwits v Miscellaneous moves to Friday, April 5th at Rousdon Club (not Wednesday, Aorul 3rd)

Wreckers v Young Guns already played on Wednesday, March 20th .

Notes for League Games week commencing Monday, April 8th

As per fixture book, except: No Hopers v Trappers to be played Thursday, April 11th at the Ship Inn (not Friday, April 12th)

Notes for Cup Games w/c Mon 15th April

Monday, April 15th 2019

Ladies George Nomination Cup Final

Wootton Wobblers v Smashers (at The George)

Wednesday, April 17th 

Men’s Division One George Nomination Cup Final

No Hopers v Roadrunners (at The George)

Men’s Division 2 Curtis Nomination Cup Final

Clueless v British Legion (Venue still TBC).

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