Men s League THE programme was disrupted by yet more rain, and games that were played on fewer ends produced some unexpected results. Soham A managed to stay on top despite going down to City of Ely who had earlier beaten Bottisham. Ely Beet B also had a
THE programme was disrupted by yet more rain, and games that were played on fewer ends produced some unexpected results. Soham A managed to stay on top despite going down to City of Ely who had earlier beaten Bottisham. Ely Beet B also had a good week and have not lost since May, reaching second place in the table.
THE lead continues to alternate between two clubs who have opened up a 10 point gap. Playing twice, Isleham edged ahead on a better shot difference and have a game in hand over Fordham. Littleport were not in action and have games to make up while Soham A had two narrow victories to jump in front of the B team.
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Afternoon League Division One
SOHAM were held to a draw by Mitchell Lodge but retain their lead, the new runners-up being Bottisham A, winners at Chippenham. Littleport B were beaten by the A side but stay ahead of them in third position. Bottisham A also beat Chippenham in the Gordon Bridges Cup and will now travel to Soham in the semi final, with holders City of Ely away to Newmarket A.
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Afternoon League Division Two
FORDHAM B reached the midway point of the season with their first defeat at Newmarket, but with the A team overcoming Sutton, they still have a comfortable cushion. Sutton and Milton both had easy wins to set up a Frank Turner Cup semi final, while Mildenhall await the outcome of Isleham vs Newmarket B to find out who they will play.