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Incorporated within the website are details of the wonderful and varied traditional public houses that form many of the venues where the game of aunt sally is played. Be part of a team or go and watch on a nice summers evening.

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Last updated Tuesday 21 May

 

 

8 aside 1st round

 

c.n.c.c v fox 'b'

 

red lion 'a' v milton s.c

 

white hart v kingham

 

coach & horses v halford

 

greedy goose v fox 'a'

 

stow s.c v cherington 'b'

 

red lion ill/bourton 'a'v red lion 'b' chippy

 

cherington'a' v red lion l/c

 

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Thank you to all those people that take time to check out the website and to those who give up their time to take part in the league.

ROB BRADFORD HITS 15 DOLLS IN 3-0 DEFEAT

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Rob Bradford hits 15 dolls (5-6-4) in CNCC's 3-0 defeat to the Red Lion 'A', Chippy. Ant Beachamp hits 12 (4-4-4) and Danny Lewis hits 9 for the Red Lion.

 

Milton win 3-0 at home to Compton. Milton pick up a bonus point, and narrowly miss out on two more by 1 doll in both of the other two legs. Tom Burden top scores for Milton with 14 dolls (4-5-5). Rob Caswell hits 6 dolls for Compton.

 

Just one doll seperated the Golden Ball and Greedy Goose as the Golden Ball won 16-15 first leg, then drawing the second and third.

 

Halford win 2-1 away at the White Bear. "Simmo" top scored for White Bear with 6, and "Mike" top scoring for Halford also with 6.

 

Coach & Horses win 2-1 at home to Ilmington. N Hunt top scored for the Coach with 8. Ant Dyer, John Smith, and B Warmington all hit 6 dolls for Ilmington.

 

Please can teams also remember to complete the usual scorecard with surnames on, as a scoreboard with only first names can make it difficult to work out who is who.

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