Woodbury and District Skittles league - a Budleigh teams round-up

PUBLISHED: 08:27 16 May 2013 | UPDATED: 08:27 16 May 2013

Skittles generic picture

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Good news to all you Skittlers, repairs to the damaged wall at the Feathers Inn, Budleigh Salterton, is almost complete and hopefully it will be business as usual very shortly, writes SpursTom.

Now that the 2012-2013 season is over in the Woodbury and District Skittles League it’s time to reflect on the hits and misses of the teams within the Budleigh area.

Starting with the Feathers in and, in League A Stumpers finished eighth whilst in League B Silly Billies came sixth and Prize Guys seventh. In league C Cricketers were sixth and Swingers 12th. In league D Olive’s 8 won the division whilst Terror Pins finished fifth and Ticklers were ninth.

In League E Loungers came fifth.

In the Ladies’ League A Clangers finished fifth.

From the teams operating out of Budleigh Salterton Football Club the Robins finished as League A runners-up whilst the Cock Robins came seventh.

In League E Ravens were bottom. In the Ladies League A, Bantams were also runners up, with Henbirds fourth.

Over at the Rolle Arms, East Budleigh in League B Rolle Rebels came third and in League C Otterton Rollers were eleventh and in League E, Devonex Rovers were eighth and Steamers ninth.

The Top team in the area came from Cannon Inn, Newton Poppleford for the Exiles were crowned League A champions. Also from the Cannon Inn, Flying Bolts finished fifth in the League A whilst King Pins came second bottom. In League D Frank’s Boys finished sixth and, in the Ladies’ League A Woody’s Woodpeckers were third.

From the Otter Inn, Colaton Raleigh, the Clinton Kids were the League C runners-up, Survivors came fourth and Raleigh Boys finished ninth.

Last but not least, in League D Cannonites complete the campaign in third spot.

Well done to Woodbury and District Skittles Association and all participants for keeping the tradition going. Good Luck to you all, here’s to next season.

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