Mens Winter League - 22 March
Musters men have won the first division title with one match left to play, following a comfortable away win at West Bridgford, who in turn are relegated, having won the title last season. Rob Cree and Jamie Woodford were the top couple with 28 games, closely followed by Dave Percival and Andy Vernon with 27 games. Magdala have leapfrogged Mapperley Park into second place, with a home win, to complete their fixtures. A solid team performance from all three couples saw Matt Jaggers and Kerry Symonds come out on top with 23 games.
Wollaton take over at the top of division 3, following consecutive wins against Burton Joyce and Farnsfield ‘A’. Nottingham Castle ‘A’ maintained their unbeaten run with an away win at Burton Joyce, and move into second place. Mansfield had a close fought home win against third placed Woodthorpe ‘A’, thanks to a dominant performance from their young first pair, Niral Nana and Liam Wright with 29 games.
Keyworth ‘A’ move into second place in division 4A, with an away win against Southwell, but were then crushed in their next match by West Bridgford ‘B’, where Chris Taylor and Darryl Park won 31 games.
Keyworth completed their division 4B fixtures with a big win against Musters ‘A’, and now look odds on to win promotion. Chris Dornan and Adam France were the top couple with 27 games.
David Lloyd West Bridgford ‘A’ completed their fixtures in division 5A. with a home win against Attenborough ‘B’, and are currently in pole position for promotion. Roy Allum and Peter Smedley were the top couple with 24 games. Burton Joyce ‘A’ move into third place following a close fought home against Woodthorpe ‘B’.
Sutton in Ashfield had consecutive wins in division 5B, against the leaders Woodthorpe ‘C’ and fourth placed Mapperley Park ‘B’ to move into second place. Callum Cross and Gary Wood were the top couple in both matches with 25 and 24 games respectively.
The Park continue their unbeaten run In division 6A, with an away win against Keyworth ‘B’. Farnsfield ‘B’ move into second place following a win at Bingham. Grantham ‘A’ have won division 6B, with a comfortable away win against Magdala ‘D’. Retford improved their chances of promotion by beating Farnsfield ‘C’, to move into third place behind Newark. Farnsfield’s father and son pairing of Richard and Adam Dickens were the top couple with 26 games, with John Gazely and Ian Young winning 25 games for Retford.