Cup results for Lyme Regis skittles

skittlesLyme Regis Skittles League results for the weekend ending February 24

Ladies Bob Sweetland Cup – Semi Final:

Wootton Wobblers bt Rollercoasters

Generations 291 v Hot Gossips 325

High Score: T Holmes 59

Men’s Cornish Cup:

British Legion 334 v Roadrunners 347

Alleytwits 313 v Young Guns310

Marksmen bt Shakers (game given)

Rousdon Rebels 363 v Flyers 362

Anthill Mob = Bye

Wreckers 282 v No Hopers 286 (Lifeboat call out, hence low scores)

President’s Men 333 v Trappers 343

Clueless 357 v Tornadoes 367

High Scores this week: Mark Bartlett 74; G Kent 74; R Moore 72; A Churchill 68


Forthcoming fixtures

Week Commencing Monday, February 26 2018

Cawston All Cup Week – 1st Round

La Crème v BYE

Monday, February 26 2018

  • Wootton Wobblers v No Hopers (at Wootton Club)
  • Hot Gossips v Wreckers (at the Ship Inn)

Wednesday, February 28 2018

6) Marksmen v President’s Men (at the George)

Friday, March 2 2018

  • Flyers v Shakers (at Wootton Club)
  • Alleytwits v Skittso’s (at the Rock Point)
  • Fixture No. 6 Playing on Wednesday
  • Young Guns 309 v Tornadoes 342 – Game already played 03/11/17, Tornadoes won.
  • Roadrunners v Anthill Mob (at the George)

Friday, March 2 2018

Rearranged Men’s Div 1 League Fixture (from 9th Feb 2018):

Trappers v Clueless (at the Ship Inn)

Monday, March 12 2018

Ladies Doug Clark Cup – Semi Final:

La Crème v Wootton Wobblers (at the George)

Hot Gossips v Rollercoasters (at the Ship Inn)

Wednesday, March 14 2018

 Cornish Cup Quarter Final:

Roadrunners v Alleytwits (at the George)

Friday, March 16 2018

 Cornish Cup Quarter Final:

Marksmen v Rousdon Rebels (at the George)

Anthill Mob v No Hopers (at Wootton Club)

Trappers v Tornadoes (at the Ship Inn)

Monday, March 19 2018

Ladies George Nomination Cup – Semi Final

Smashers v Skittso’s (at Wootton Club)

La Crème v Hot Gossips (at the George)

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