Salterton Sizzlers maintain lead at top of Ladies Championship

20:44 16 February 2012

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Men’s Championship

Division One

P W L F A Pts

Hollytree A 13 13 0 98 19 126

Some Keyants 13 12 1 83 34 109

BSAFC 13 11 2 83 34 107

Kings Arms 13 6 7 54 63 68

RAFA A 12 6 6 50 58 64

*Maltsters 13 4 9 49 68 59

Mariners 12 4 8 41 67 51

Dukes of Ha’c 12 2 10 39 69 45

ETAFC A 12 1 11 29 79 33

Rascals 11 0 11 16 83 16*

Division Two

Bankers 13 12 1 87 30 113

Fec n Lers 12 10 2 70 38 90

Beach 13 8 5 65 52 81

The Arms 12 7 5 65 43 79

Haymakers 12 7 5 49 59 65

Hollytree B 13 5 8 51 66 63

Dart Vaders 13 4 9 50 67 60

Exiles 11 3 8 46 53 52

Heavitree B 13 3 10 40 77 46

Darters 12 3 9 35 73 37

Division Three

Fat Jax 13 10 3 77 40 95

Phoenix 13 9 4 67 50 85

*Pilot A 13 9 4 63 54 81

The Withies 10 7 3 57 33 71

Rockbottoms 12 8 4 56 52 70

Feathers 12 5 7 57 51 67

Lympets 12 4 8 50 58 60

Country Houde A 12 4 8 48 60 58

Shrimpers 10 3 7 36 54 42

Clinton 13 0 13 23 94 21

Up to and including Feb 6, 2012.

Highest shot out to date;

D Allen (Maltsters) 170.

* Late card penalty

Ladies Championship

Division One

P W L F A Pts

Salterton Sizzlers 11 11 0 47 8 69

RAFA Girls 13 9 4 36 29 56

Clipper Crew 13 8 5 35 30 53

Pink Panters 12 7 5 32 28 48

Willows 13 5 8 33 32 45

Clinton 12 6 6 32 28 44*

Getaways 12 4 8 24 36 34

Beach 11 3 8 21 34 29

AJ Angels 12 2 10 17 43 21*

Heavitree Huzzies 13 2 11 15 50 17***

missing result Beach versus Clinton

Division Two

JC Bees 13 11 2 43 22 67

RAFFA Cadets 14 9 5 40 30 60

Hustlers 14 9 5 39 31 59

Tarts Darts 14 8 6 39 31 55*

Heavitree Harlots 14 8 6 36 34 54

Feathers 14 6 8 33 37 45

Red Arrows 14 5 9 33 37 45

Globetrotters 14 5 9 29 41 39

Country House 13 5 8 27 38 37

Maltsters 13 4 9 27 38 37

York Terriers 13 4 9 26 39 34*

Up to and including Feb 8, 2012.

Highest shot out to date;

S Miller (Pink Panters) 105

* late card

** 2 points deducted as playing rule eight

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