POOL TEAM


Ibstock Town Pool Team
Fixtures And Results

Successful Season for the Pool Teams


Both the Towns pool teams enjoyed another successful season, the A team went into the last game with a weakened squad, Phil was out driving his train, Scott was burning up in spain and John with a bag on and in pain. More pain was felt on the green baize as Paul Hardington and Lochlan Smith both lost tight games leaving ever dependable Jamie Saddington to drag the Town back into the match, he duly applied and won a tough game, making it 1-2. When Mick Hawes lost his singles the writing was on the wall for the Town, but from the reaches of the Bar came super sub Robo for his 1st appearnace of the season, a slightly nervous Robo ground out a victory giving the Town hope as he made it 2-3. News filtered through that Newbold had won 6-1 meaning only victory for the Town would secure a league runners up spot, Jamie and Paul won an epic pairs match to level it up at 3-3 and under the tension of the night Mick disappeared home which left a now very nervous Robo to pair up with young pretender Lochlan, an open break from the visitors saw a now extreamly nervous Robo put Lochlan in first with the instruction of to pot the easy yellow then the next six yellows followed by the black, and a calculated mature clearance from the young pretender saw the Town home 4-3 and Runners up was won on leg difference. To complete the A Teams season Phill Gamble & Jamie Saddington had a victorious pairs campaign as they claimed another title beating Andy and Simon Straw (IWMC B) in the Final and Scott Tyers came a close second in the Singles final eventually losing to Wayne Bills (IWMC A)

The Towns Vets team also had a good season, after winning division 3 the previous season there was high hopes of another good season. The Vets started strongly and found themselves in the top 3 all season and just faltered towards the end leaving an opening for The Top Railway Shepshed and The Rising Sun to claim the two promotion spots to division 1. The Vets didnt falter in the League Cup though and after a solid performance in the Semi Final win (4-3) against a strong Newbold WMC The Vets travelled to Coalville Constitutional Club for the Final against The Rising Sun A. The Rising Sun found the Vets in a determined mood and the Vets didnt give them an inch as the romped to a 4-0 win to claim the League cup in only their second attempt. The Vets look good for another promotion push next season and will also be making every effort to hold on to the League Cup

All in all a good winter for the Town on the green baize with runners up in division one, third in division two, winners of the league cup, winners of the pairs and runners up in the singles. Summer season starts Thursday 12th April





Winter League September 2011 onwards

22nd September Coalville Conny Club  Away - Won 4-3
Phil Gamble - Won
Scott Tyers - Won
Mick Hawes - Lost
John Squires - Lost
Jamie Saddington - Won
Jamie Saddington & Phil Gamble - Won
Scott Tyers & John Squires - Lost

29th September IWMC B Home


 Since starting out in 2009, the pool team has enjoyed 2 successive promotions under the leadership of John '8 ball' Squires. Following promotion to Division 1 they completed a fine season in clinching the title at the first attempt and followed that up by winning the KO Cup beating local rivals Ibstock WMC 4-3 in a tight final. Last season proved a tough campaign and spent a a lot of the season trapped in the bottom three and a relegation battle loomed at large, but a late 
unbeaten run and some heavy wins saw the team climb sharply up the table and going into the last game had a chance of clinching runners up, but despite a 5-2 last game win, Newbold WMC A held their nerve at Ellistown WMC to clinch the runners up spot, leaving the Town joint 3rd on 86pts with The Rising Sun.


HIGHLIGHTS SO FAR
February 2009 - July 2009 - Divison 3 Champions & KO Cup Runners up


August 2009 - January 2010 - Division 2 Runners up


February - July 2010 - Division 1 Champions

August 2010 - February 2011 - Divison 1 3rd place KO Cup winners

March 2011 - September 2011 - Division 2 Joint 3rd place with Rising Sun


Mar 2011 - Sept 2011 - DIVISION 1 FINAL TABLE

TEAM NAME
PLAYED
WON
LOST
FOR
AGAINST
DEDUCTED
TOTAL POINTS
DIFF

I.W.M.C. A

16

11

5

70

42

0

103

28

NEWBOLD VERDON W.M.C. A LIONS

16

10

6

60

52

0

90

8

RISING SUN, SHACKERSTONE

16

9

7

59

50

0

86

9

IBSTOCK TOWN CC

16

9

7

59

53

0

86

6

I.W.M.C. B

16

7

9

58

54

0

79

4

ELLISTOWN W.M.C. ‘ELITE’

16

8

8

56

56

4

76

0

NUT & SQUIRREL, NAILSTONE

16

6

10

52

60

0

70

-8

SWAN, NEWBOLD VERDON

16

6

10

50

55

5

63

-5

NEWBOLD VERDON W.M.C FOXES

16

6

10

42

70

0

60

-28




August 2010 - February 2011 - DIVISION 1 FINAL TABLE

TEAM NAME
PLAYED
WON
LOST
FOR
AGAINST
DEDUCTED
TOTAL POINTS
DIFF

I.W.M.C. A

18

15

3

83

43

0

128

40

SWAN NEWBOLD VERDON

18

12

6

69

57

0

105

12

IBSTOCK TOWN CC

18

12

6

68

58

0

104

10

I.W.M.C. B

18

9

9

65

61

0

92

4

ELLISTOWN W.M.C.

18

9

9

64

59

0

91

5

NEWBOLD VERDON W.M.C. A LIONS

18

8

10

59

67

0

83

-8

RISING SUN

18

7

11

59

64

0

80

-5

ST GILES A

18

8

10

54

72

0

78

-18

RISING SUN STAGGS

18

5

13

61

65

0

76

-4

RED HOUSE B

18

4

14

43

73

10

45

-30



IBSTOCK TOWN CRICKET CLUB THE SQUAD - Aug 2010 - Feb 2011                                                                               
                  Played: Won: Average:
Phil Gamble                                      16 14 87.50
Dale Andrews 5 4 80.00
Scott Tyers 14 11 78.57
Jamie Saddington 14 9 64.29
George Powney 4 2 50.00
Martyn Emery 2 1 50.00
Paul Hardington 6 2 33.33
John Squires 11 3 27.27
Gareth Baillis 5 0 0.00
Mick Hawes 1 0 0.00
T Smith 1 0 0.00
G Robbinson 1 0 0.00


February - July 2010 - DIVISION 1 FINAL TABLE

TEAM NAME
PLAYED
WON
LOST
FOR
AGAINST
DEDUCTED
TOTAL POINTS
DIFF

IBSTOCK TOWN CC

18

16

2

79

47

0

127

32

I.W.M.C. A

18

14

4

80

46

0

122

34

ELLISTOWN W.M.C.

18

12

6

68

58

4

100

10

I.W.M.C. B

17

11

6

63

56

0

96

7

RED HOUSE A

18

8

10

59

67

0

83

-8

RED HOUSE B

18

7

11

61

65

0

82

-4

ST GILES A

18

6

12

58

68

0

76

-10

NEWBOLD VERDON W.M.C. A LIONS

18

6

12

54

72

0

72

-18

NUT & SQUIRREL WANDERERS

18

5

13

53

73

0

68

-20

JUBILEE ALL STARS

17

4

13

49

70

0

61

-21




August 2009 - January 2010

TEAM NAME
PLAYED
WON
LOST
FOR
AGAINST
DEDUCTED
TOTAL POINTS
DIFF
NEWBOLD VERDON WMC LIONS
14
13
1
65
30
0
104
35
IBSTOCK TOWN CC
14
11
3
59
39
0
92
20
RISING SUN STAGGS
14
7
7
55
43
0
76
12
NEWBOLD VERDON WMC FOXES
14
5
9
48
50
0
63
-2
BAGWORTH  W.M.C. A
14
5
9
45
53
0
60
-8
ST GILES B
14
5
9
41
57
0
56
-16
BULLS HEAD MARKFIELD B
14
5
9
40
58
0
55
-18
BULLS HEAD NAILSTONE A
14
5
9
36
55
1
50
-19



February 2009 - July 2009 

TEAM NAME
PLAYED
WON
LOST
FOR
AGAINST
DEDUCTED
TOTAL POINTS
DIFF
IBSTOCK TOWN
18
15
3
85
41
0
130
44
NEWBOLD VERDON WMC FOXES
18
12
6
67
56
0
103
11
ST GILES B
18
10
8
70
56
0
100
14
RED LION DESFORD
18
11
7
67
59
0
100
8
OLD THATCH
18
10
8
66
57
0
96
9
ACE OF SPADES/SPADE TREE
18
11
7
65
61
8
90
4
BULLS HEAD MARKFIELD A
18
9
9
58
68
0
85
-10
JUBILEE YOUNG GUNS
18
5
13
50
76
0
65
-26
THE VICTORIA A COALVILLE
18
3
15
44
79
0
53
-35
CROWN IBSTOCK
18
4
14
49
56
14
47
-7





     THE SQUAD     
1. John Squires - Captain
2. Phill Gamble 
3. Jamie Saddington 
4. Scott Tyers
5. George Powney
6. Paul Hardington
7. Dale Andrews
8. Gareth 'Grub' Bayliss
9. Sam 'Biscuit' Taylor
10. Martyn Emery
 
League Fixtures 2010

18th Feb                                      
Red Lion Desford B  (Home)      WON 5-2
The Town got off to a flying start. This was always going to be a tough start to the season, and it looked to be getting harder with Scott Tyers stuck in traffic in the deep dark south, and George Powney still on holiday. The rest of the squad were eager to start the season with a bang and duly obliged. Phill Gamble, Jamie 'tequila' Saddington, Martyn Emery and Captain John took the first 4 frames to guarentee the win. Paul Hardington was unlucky to lose the next frame, we then went into the pairs, Grub and Dale Andrews played the next frame but unfortunately did not get the run of the balls and lost. Phill Gamble and Jamie Saddington played and won the last frame which left a solid looking 5-2 scoreline....8 points

25th Feb
Jubilee All Stars (Away)             WON 4-3
After last weeks display, and with Scott and George back in the squad, the town travelled to Newbold full of confidence, but were made to work hard for their points. Phill Gamble won a tight first frame before Jamie Saddington put in another solid display to put the town 2-0 up. Scott played third and looked to be in top form, he broke off and potted a red, he then continued to pot 5 more reds, but just as it looked like it was going to be a clearence off the break, he just fell short with his positional shot on his last ball and missed  a thin cut into the middle pocket. He then found himself in numerous snookers before losing the frame. John Squires then lost a tight frame, which made the scores level at 2-2. George Powney won the 5th frame to put the Town 3-2 up, going into the pairs. George then played with Paul Hardington, but they were unable to stop the Jubilee making the match all square again at 3-3. Needing to win the last frame to win the match, John turned too Jamie Saddington and Scott Tyres, and they did not disappoint with a solid display in a tense final frame....7 points

4th March
Nut and Squirrel (Home)             WON 5-2
The Town continued their great start to the season with an impressive display. They had the match wrapped up by going 5-0 up in the singles matches, with wins for, Phill Gamble, Scott Tyers, Jamie Saddington, Goerge Powney and John Squires. The Squirrel men put a bit of respectability to the score by winning both the pairs. Biscuit & Grub and Paul Hardington & Dale Andrews recording losses, with neither pair getting the run of the balls. Shot of the match goes to Scott Tyers, after looking in trouble on his last ball and his opponents ball seemingly blocking the pocket, he managed to dislodge his opponents ball whilst potting his own and leaving himself perfect on the black. Performance of the night goes to Phill Gamble for producing a Michelin Star quality supper, backed up by Jamie Saddington's seasoning of the beans and the cleaning up skills of Paul Hardington and George Powney....8 points   


11th March
Barlestone St. Giles A - League Cup Pre-Lim round (Away)           WON 4-0
The Towns Pool team produced a solid display in their opening cup match against Barlestone St. Giles, Phil Gamble got the Town off to a good start, winning the opening frame after getting an unexpected two shots and produced a calculated 6 ball clearance. Jamie Saddington was at his most ruthless producing a 8 ball clearance off the break giving his opponent no shot and after snookering himself on the black not only got out out of the snooker but also potted it to complete a fine clearance. George Powney found himself battling to stay in frame he could of easily lost, he potted two difficult yellows only to miss a simple black, but went on to pot a much more difficult black under pressure to put the Town 3-0 up. Scott Tyers was then given the task to wrap things up and he didn’t disappoint in winning a game which could have gone either way, after his opponent faltered  on his last red of a 8 ball clearance by snookering himself,  the two shots gave Scott a safety net and completed a well worked 7 ball clearance to clinch the match 4-0. After going out at the first hurdle last season the Town can be happy with their efforts this time round. 

18th March
Newbold Verdon W.M.C A (Away)           WON 4-3
The Town travelled to Newbold high on confidence and looking for revenge on the team that pipped them to the div 2 title last season, and after a tense battle, they managed to leave victorious and still unbeaten. Phill Gamble and Jamie Saddington got them off to the perfect start winning the first 2 frames.
George Powney played next and although he had the better of the frame he missed the vital pot on the black and left it in the jaws of the pocket for his opponent to snatch the frame. Scott Tyers was next to play and after looking in trouble and being constantly snookered, he dug in really well to win the frame. Paul Hardington made his return after having a fight with his washing machine last week, but unfortunately, like his battle with the washing machine he came off second best. So leading 3-2 going into the pairs, Scott and John Squires went on to try and clinch the match, but after conceding 2 shots on Scott's first visit the player from Newbold cleaned up, so without John even getting a shot it was now 3-3. This left a tense final frame which Phill Gamble and Jamie Saddington played, and after some indifferent shots early in the frame, they received 2 shots, and Phill kept his composure to finish off the last 5 balls clinching an hard earned win for The Town.... 7 points

25th March
Ibsock W.M.C A (Away)           WON 5-2
The Town took the short walk to central avenue trying to defend their unbeaten start of the season against last seasons league champions, they left a few hours later with a convincing victory to add to their tremendous start to the season. Phill Gamble got the night off to a good start, potting his last 6 reds and the black for good clearance. In the second frame Dale Andrews got his first singles game of the season and took his opportunity superbly, winning a good frame against Harvey 'Hot Dog' Mee, a special word needs to be said about the sportsmanship of Harvey who called a foul on himself after the ref failed to spot the infringment at a crucial stage of the frame. Jamie Saddington was next to play, he broke off and the white ball left the table to give his opponent 2 shots, his opponent failed to take advantage and Jamie took control of  the frame and after getting 2 shots of his own he made a smart clearance to put the Town 3-0 up. Gareth Bayliss played 4th and faced a tough challenge against the league singles winner, Wayne Bills, he played well giving Wayne a scare towards the end of the frame before having to admit defeat. This left the dependable Scott Tyers to play and he duly clinched the match with a typical fine clearance to leave us in an unassailable 4-1 lead going into the pairs. Scott went back on with Paul Hardington and after a tight struggle they lost the frame. John Squires and Sam 'biscuit' Taylor played the final frame, after looking in trouble, John managed to conjure up a snooker and when the WMC pair failed to get out of it biscuit took the chance with both hands and cleared up to win the frame and leave a convincing 5-2 scoreline.... 8 points


1st April
Red Lion Desford A (Home)            WON 4-3
The Town made it six from six in the league in a tense match that went late in to the night. Some bad late team news saw the influential Scott Tyers missing from the team sheet, he did send his good luck wishes whilst supping cocktails in the algarve. Phill Gamble played first and looked in deep trouble but managed to send the frame into a re-rack, he again looked in trouble but managed to dig deep to take a fortunate first frame. George Powney then played an assured 2nd frame to take the Town 2-0 up. Grub lost out in the third frame. Jamie Saddington played 4th and after receiving 2 shots early in the frame the balls looked there for the taking, he unfortunately forgot to nominate which colour he was taking which immediately gave 2 shots back to his opponent, who took the opportunity to clean up and take the frame, 2-2. The 5th frame was always going to be tense with the scores level but John Squires pulled out 2 good pressure pots at the end to take the Town 3-2 up going into the pairs. Paul Hardington and Dale Andrews then played what turned out to be a real sruggle of a frame, eventually losing out in the longest frame of the night. With the clock ticking towards 11 o'clock and robbo wondering if was going to get home tonight, Jamie Saddington and Phill Gamble played the decider and after their opponents made  an early mistake, gifting Jamie 2 shots, he duly finished off his last 5 balls with an accomplished clearance to take the frame and match 4-3.... 7 points
 
     

8th April
Ellistown W.M.C (Home) WON 4-3
The Towns undefeated start to the season continued as they made it 7 from 7 when they  played host to last season’s runners up Ellistown WMC, but it was a battle. The Town welcomed back Scott form his trip to the Algarve who replaced the dependable Phill who couldn’t make it due to work commitments. George Powney was up first, but was suffering from a few snake bites and struggled to find any form and eventually lost, it didn’t get much better in the second frame for Scott, jet lag and sunstroke was his excuse, a couple of snookers were exchanged before his opponent produced a very tidy 8 ball clearance. This put The Town in unfamiliar territory and now needed to dig deep. Jamie pulled one back, his opponent made one error and it proved costly has Jamie capitalised with a solid clearance. Skipper John put himself on in an effort to level things up, and came up with the goods winning a cagey game and under pressure potted a difficult black to make it 2-2. Dale whose been in good form of late was put on at 5 and produced another good display, despite running out of position a couple of times he held his nerve potting a good last red and landed perfect on the black to complete a fine win and put the Town 3-2 up. Grub and Paul tried to complete the win but came unstuck in a even game when Grub unfortunately went in off leaving a simple clearance for their opponents and it was was 3-3. With Phil missing Scott was asked to pair up with Jamie for the decider. This was an epic, a tactical encounter which had re rack written all over it for a long time, both pairs didn’t give an inch and in the time it took, Tiger Woods had almost finished is opening round at Augusta, George had finished the washing up and Robo was wondering if you can be fined for a late card even if you still happen to be playing, Jamie and Scott had to dig in real deep and were second favourites for long periods and were equal to many snookers and safety exchanges, but eventually after 1hr 40mins an opportunity arose and Scott held his nerve as he produced a tidy 3 ball clearance to take the match 4-3  much to the delight of the crowd many of which had by now slipped into a coma. The biggest clearance of the night though was not on the pool table but on the buffet, as steak pies made their debut, no chance of a re rack there.  (4-3 win 7 points)

15th April
The Bulls Head Nailstone (League Cup) (Away)          WON 4-2
The Town progressed to the last 8 of the league cup, with the young guns shining through in what turned out to be a tough match. Sam Taylor was given a rare opportunity in the singles and went on first, playing a solid game and even hit a couple of shots below 300mph in completing a fine win. Phill Gamble was in top form as he knocked in a fine clearance, despite finding himself in a couple of tight situations played one shot sat down on the perimeter seating and even getting caught under the juke box didn’t hinder him enough as he knocked in one long pot after another to put the 2 up. Jamie Saddington found himself rearranging the furniture as he also found himself in a couple of tight spots but was still able to keep is balance as he composed a fine clearance and it was 3-0. Scott  Tyers was up next and was in control of the game until he miss judged a cut and went in off giving his opponent 2 shots which was enough and it was 3-1. Skipper John then went on and again found himself in a cramped spot, he asked for a sledgehammer but thankfully none was available and was forced to play a shot with only half a cue, which forced the mistake and his opponent knocked in a good clearance to make 3-2. It was squeaky bum time now, as youngsters Grub and George went on, George had now recovered from his snake bites and was in fine form, but it was Grub who shone the most in this one, first using a 3 cushion escape from a difficult snooker and then produced another hot shot, with his white tucked up on the top cushion he knocked in a full length of the table black at about 299mph (sorry grub not quite Sams standard yet) to win the frame in fine style, much to the delight of his teammates and in particular his skipper who was by now thinking of the prospect of Jamie and Scott playing the last frame again. The Town 4 – Bulls Head Nailstone 2 

22nd April
Ibstock W.M.C B (Away)  
Lost 4-3
The Towns undefeated start to the season came to an end as they lost a close fought top of the table clash with Ibstock Working Mens Club B. George put the Town 1 up winning in fortunate circumstances with his opponent potting the black whilst potting a red. Phill then went on against Paul Allen and with both players on 100% something had to give, both players showed good form and Paul had first chance and nearly completed a fine clearance, but thankfully for Phill he came unstuck on the black which gave Phill his chance which he duly took and it was 2-0. John and Scott buoyant after a midweek pairs win both lost close frames and the match was level. Jamie then attempted to restore the lead but also came unstuck trying to pot his third last red, when going for a clearance from the break, this gave his opponent the chance to lay a couple of snookers and with Jamie unable to find an escape route took his chance to put The Working Mens Club 3-2 up. Jamie then made amends in the pairs in style after a aggressive break from Mark Smith, Jamie produced a calculated clearance to make it 3-3 leaving two players not having a shot. John and Scott then went on in an attempt to keep the undefeated run going but came a close second in a tight frame. The result as seen Ibstock Working Mens Club B leapfrog The Town into top spot. Result Lost 4-3

29th April
St Giles A (Away)         WON 4-3
The Town’s pool team responded well to last weeks defeat by getting back to winning ways with a grinding victory away at Barlestone St Giles. Sam was up first and despite an open start to the frame it ended up being a little scrappy towards the end and even Sams impression of Zorro couldn’t put off his opponent as he lost a tight opening frame. 1-0 down the skipper put on the ever dependable Phill, another tight game saw Phill bide his time, keeping it tight before executing a fine clearance on his first realistic opportunity and it was 1-1.  Jamie was on at No.3 and Scott was on at No.4 and it could have been Cliff Thornburn and Terry Griffiths, as both players ground out grinding victories and by now the snap was an added distraction, Liverpool had gone into extra time and even both clocks had stopped working, it was gripping stuff but the Town were now 3-1 up. John opted for George at 5, a quicker game as George went for an early clearance only to come unstuck on his last red and was in trouble from there on in and when he unluckily went in off recovering from a snooker the game was lost and it was 3-2. Skipper John then opted for himself and Scott in the pairs, a couple of well worked safety shots from John created an opening for Scott who duly applied himself to completing a four ball clearance to clinch the match. 4-2 up with one to play Grub and Paul were given the task to gain an extra point. Two shots for Paul saw him almost complete a fine 8 ball clearance but the black wobbled on the hole which let in their opponents, who put Grub in a difficult snooker, he narrowly missed the snooker and it turned out to Grubs only shot in the game as St. Giles completed the clearance with a shot to spare. A 4-3 win and a good response to last weeks defeat, getting back winning ways.

6th May
Red Lion Desford B (Away) WON 5-2
1. Phill Gamble - Won
2. Jamie Saddington - Lost
3. Scott Tyers - Won
4. John Squires  - Won
5. George Powney - Won
6. Gareth Bayliss & Dale Andrews - Lost
7. Paul Hardington & Scott Tyers - Won

13th May
Rising Sun - 1/4 Final League Cup  (Home) LOST 5-2
1. Jamie Saddington - Won
2. Scott Tyers  - Lost
3. George Powney - Lost
4. John Squires  - Lost
5. Sam Taylor - Lost
6. Gareth Bayliss & Dale Andrews - Lost
7. John Squires & Scott Tyers - Won

20th May
Jubilee All Stars (Home) WON 7-0
Following last weeks defeat in the cup, the Town got back to winning ways with a comprehensive 7-0 victory over The Jubilee. After producing a 8 ball break off clearance the previous week, Jamie Saddington kept his place at the top of the order. Jamie wasn't at his best in the early exchanges but conjured up some magic in the later stages when it mattered and knocked in a fine clearance to put the Town 1 up. The kitchen was a hive of activity and out of the smoke, master chef Mr 100% Phil Gamble appeared and produced a master class performance on 2nd to put the Town 2up, although he did get a helping hand from his opponent after he man handled 2 off Phils difficult balls. Scott was on 3rd and was up against the same player that beat him earlier in the season and he was determined not to let history repeat itself as he bided his time waited for his opportunity and took it completing a fine 7 ball clearance. Dale Andrews was on at 4 and he was also in a determined mood as he kept his 100% singles record in tact, as he knocked in a fine calculated clearance, to clinch the match. 4-0 up it was important to capitalize and try to get a big win. George Powney kept things ticking nicely along with a solid game and he made it 5-0. Sam and Grub were paired up at 6, Grub was probably not at his best in this one but Sam was and when the opportunity came Sam was ruthless in completing a good clearance with a couple of delicate shots thrown in for good measure. Phil appeared again from the smoke this time sporting a tray of Phil's Pasties, this brought proceedings to a halt as 7th pair John and Paul decided to eat, this energy burst saw Paul pot all his yellows only to leave the black hovering near the middle pocket, 7 reds were still on the table and John feared the worst as he knew he was going to be snookered. John came to the table in a tight snooker, he need not have feared as Scott told him to imagine the black as a pastie and youll sink it, these words of wisdom seemed to work as John hit the last and best shot of the night, with a little swerve and running side shot John not only got out of the snooker but also potted it into the nominated pocket to complete a fine 7-0 win and with all players getting a game, Phil's Pasties also getting cleared up the night couldn't have gone any better


27th May
Nut and Squirrel (Away) Won 4-3
1. Phil Gamble - Lost
2. Jamie Saddington  - Won
3. Scott Tyers - Won
4. Dale Andrews  - Lost
5. George Powney - Won
6. John Squires & Scott Tyers - Won
7. Gareth Bayliss & Sam Taylor - Lost

10th June
Newbold Verdon W.M.C (Home)

24th June
Ibstock W.M.C A (Home)

1st July
Red Lion Desford A (Away)

8th July
Ellistown W.M.C (Away)

22nd July
Ibstock W.M.C (Home)

29th July
St Giles A (Home)


Divison 1

TEAM NAME
PLAYED
WON
LOST
FOR
AGAINST
DEDUCTED
TOTAL POINTS
DIFF

IBSTOCK TOWN CC

9

8

1

38

25

0

62

13

I.W.M.C. B

9

7

2

39

24

0

60

15

ELLISTOWN W.M.C.

9

7

2

38

25

4

55

13

I.W.M.C. A

9

6

3

36

27

0

54

9

ST GILES A

9

4

5

32

31

0

44

1

RED LION DESFORD A

9

4

5

29

34

0

41

-5

RED HOUSE B

9

3

6

28

35

0

37

-7

NEWBOLD VERDON W.M.C. A LIONS

9

2

7

27

36

0

33

-9

NUT & SQUIRREL WANDERERS

9

3

6

24

39

0

33

-15

JUBILEE ALL STARS

9

1

8

24

39

0

27

-15