Lyme Skittles: No Hopers on top

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No Hopers are making all the running in the Lyme Regis Skittles League Men’s Division One, having opened up a three-point lead over Flyers, who have played one more game.

In Division Two, Anthill Mob are leading the pack with a two-point advantage over Alleytwits.

La Crème lost ground in their lead over Wootton Wobblers in the Ladies’ Division when they were beaten 300-281 by Smashers.

Results (week ending January 20): Men’s – British Legion 347 v Rousdon Rebels 329 (+BL), Alleytwits 320 (+BL) v President’s Men 316, Young Guns 363 v Miscellaneous 354 (+BL), Anthill Mob 324 v Tornadoes 292 (NL drawn), Marksmen 339 (+BL) v Roadrunners 374, Trappers 351 v Flyers 363 (+BL), Wreckers 349 (+BL) v Clueless 333.

Highest scores: V. Foxwell 83, M. Sankey 70, R. Jackson 69, T. Tozer 67.

Ladies: Hot Gossips 289 (+BL) v Wootton Wobblers 325, Smashers 300 (+BL) v La Crème 281, Rollercoasters 263 v Skitso’s 294 (+BL).

Highest Scores: L. Taylor 60, P. Wellman 59, S. Yeatman 57.

Forthcoming fixture: Wednesday, January 31 – Division Two Curtis Nomination Cup final – Alleytwits v Rousdon Rebels (at the Rock Point), British legion v Anthill Mob (at the Ship Inn, note change of venue).

The winners will meet in the final to be played on Wednesday, May 23.

Highest scores: R. Chapple 75, M. Williams 73, N H-Rumbold 68,T. Mayers 67.

Men's Division One

 PWonDrawLostPointsBeer Leg
No Hopers99001812
Flyers107121512
Wreckers10424106
Roadrunners941492
Marksmen10406816
Trappers9405810
Young Guns940588
Clueless820648
Miscellaneous810728

Men's Division Two

 PWonDrawLostPointsBeer Leg
Anthill Mob8701146
Alleytwits86021212
British Legion85031010
Rousdon Rebels8
40488
Shakers720577
Tornadoes720554
President's Men810766

Ladies' Division

 PWonDrawLostPointsBeer Leg
La Creme75111110
Hot Gossips741297
Wootton Wobblers740386
Smashers630368
Generations730464
Rollercoasters720548
Skitso's720545
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Veteran journalist and newspaper manager Philip Evans has worked in the publishing industry for more than half a century. He started out as a reporter for Pulman’s Weekly News as a young man and went on to work for an international publishing company in the UK, South Africa and Australia before returning to Lyme Regis where he is still reporting on local events as he has done for more than 53 years.

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