ABM Skittles Club

Based at Hithercroft Sports Park, Wallingford

Updated Monday, July 17, 2017

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Best Sellers II beat Albrites in the final of the Knockout Cup. This officially marks the end of the “winter” season

Also held on Friday 30th June were the finals of the individual  knockout competitions. Here are the winners…

Ladies’ Singles - Meg Osborne

Men’s Singles - Nathan Bone

Ladies’ Doubles - Meg Osborne & Lottie Mills

Men’s Doubles - Ben & Ross Denton

Mixed Doubles - Sandra & Jeremy Denton

Captains’ Cup - Jeremy Denton

Sticker Upper Cup - Nicholas Brown

The Summer League is now under way.

Click on the Summer League button on the Navigation Bar for further details and fixtures. Here is a summary of the second week’s action…

Week 2 Headlines:

Unfortunately, as the Summer League report editor has spent all of Saturday celebrating his 40th birthday with far too many alcoholic drinks, this week's report may not be up to its usual high (?) standards!

Few King Pins, Dent'n'Wood and Best Sellers II are the only three teams still with 100% winning records.  Few King Pins saw off Big 'Uns 2 7 - 3.  Captain Nop Coupar top scored with 38, but the stand out player in this match was young Callum Coupar who scored 35 in his first game.

Dent'n'Wood were not quite up to the same standard as their high scoring opener but still took 7 points away from their encounter against Wooden Spooners.

Stuart's Summer Sizzlers scored 188 pins but could still only take 3 points away from their game against Best Sellers II who scored 194, led by 37 from Paul Fisher, despite Graeme Gillan hitting the same total for the Sizzlers and a 35 from Dave Quinn.

The game between Last Six and Lads' Night Out ended with Last Six narrowly edging it 6 - 4 as Pete Abery scored 35 in his debut appearance.  Tom Morgan scored 34 for the Lads.