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Gameweek 5 Review – Division One

King George V earn two remarkable away wins, Woodfield win well

King George V earned two remarkable away wins on consecutive nights to take a firm grip on the league. They won 9-3 at Tanworth-In-Arden, and then did the same to Stretton Anglesey the night after. Captain Neil Harrell said on the Tanworth match “the first 4 started and the heavens decided to open and give us rain for most of the 4. Tom Pritchard brilliant again (to be joint best winner 9). All good games with Barry Maskell playing well and Chris Baker also for them. Cheis Bergin did enough to get his win in difficult conditions. Back 4 the rain stopped luckily. I personally think I played very well (to be joint best winner and MVP 9). I heard in the pub after that Paul Ward played very tight along with Frank Leek. Dave Wolverson for Tanworth playing excellent number 8 (to be best winner and MVP 11). A good win by 16 in the end for KGV with 5 winners.” As for the night after, he said “the Tom Pritchard V Connor Chamberlain game was the best on the night by a mile, both played excellent with Connor just ducking out 19 (both got MVP). Brian Wilkes 11-0 down and getting back to 18 with some good stuff and Tracey Baker was very good also. Chris Bergin played the green well and won comfortable (12 to be best winner). Me and Andy Milsom had a good game with me just sneaking home 19. With the other games I was on but heard they all played well and we got the win.” Ian Brown was best winner 13 for the home side, who had at least won 10-0 the night before against Ward End Cons. It was the two Worthington’s who were best winners, Neil and Richard 7, with the former getting MVP. Emily Weaver got MVP for getting 20 for the visitors.

Woodfield enjoyed a good home win as their good start continued. They beat Great Barr 9-1 with Nick Newey saying he was “very pleased overall. I noticed that Great Barr had no winners at KGV and 2 winners at Royal Oak, so the objective was to try and keep the result within that boundary. The Woodfield green isn’t currently as quick as we would like as a home team but we have to get over that. Andy Sprason rightfully won MVP for Great Barr having played consistently throughout and beating Lyndon Hazlehurst to 14. Stuart Edwards turned in a sparkling performance for Woodfield to leave Richard Parkes on 6. Sean Lockley played a solid game to beat Jordan Patrick to 16 and Bob Jones still shows his capability despite his mature years to get 15 off John Newey. In the back Mick Hill put Saturday’s disappointment behind him to leave Paul Hitchinson on 14. An enthusiastic Chris Marshman kept his form going with an impressive 16 win over young Lucas Hall. The Woodfields mature rearguard of Pete Cookson and Nick Newey kept their recent good form going with  wins of 16 and 9 respectively over Craig Dugdale and Phil Wain, Cookson’s win earning him MVP. This win keeps the Woodfield in a nice position near the top of the table but there is still a long way to go.” Netherseal and Windmill both recorded 8-2 wins over Royal Oak and Penn respectively. It was a very close game in Derbyshire as only 10 chalks separated the two sides. For the home side Matthew Milsom and Darren Staley were best winners 14, with the former gaining MVP. Dane Hopwood was best for the visitors 12 to be best winner and MVP. In Staffordshire and Stuart Gittings was MVP for the Mill after winning 7 with Lee Cavill getting MVP for winning 20. For Penn Rob Perry and Dave Lloyd won 16 and 17 respectively, with Dave getting MVP.

King George V are now 10 clear of Woodfield and Windmill. Penn are 7 behind Great Barr and Royal Oak, but do have a game in hand next Tuesday. Neil Harrell is leading three players who have won 5 out of 5, with Dane Hopwood and Darrell Handley both having won three MVPs for the Mark Taylor Support Ltd. award.

WonAggPtsHome TeamDivision 1Away TeamPtsAggWonHACHPP
31463Stretton AngleseyVKing George V91535
WonAggPtsHome TeamDivision 1Away TeamPtsAggWonHACHPP
61528NethersealVRoyal Oak21422
816810Stretton AngleseyVWard End Cons01090
31243Tanworth In ArdenVKing George V91405
71619Woodfield AVGreat Barr11131

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