Competition Results 2022

Over 75's Played on Thursday 23rd June at Bridgnorth

Fourteen bowlers competed for the Over 75's Trophy and the draw can be seen on the Results Service.

Congratulations go to current SCGBA Deputy President Mick Jones of Sir John Bayley who beat John Baines of Highley 21-16 in the final. In the semi-finals, Mick beat Gino Farruggio of his own club 21-14 while John ended the hopes of Tony Steadman (Bylet) 21-11.

Winner Mick Jones and Runner-up John Baines with their trophies.

League Chairman Brian Williams presents the winners trophy to Mick Jones.

League Chairman Brian Williams presents the runner-up trophy to John Baines.

Individual Merit Finals Played on 18th August at Trench BC

The finals of the Individual Merit took place at Trench on Thursday 18th August. Following some excellent bowling, the trophy was won by Ian Evans of Madeley CC narrowly beating Graham Turner of St Georges 21-20 in the final.

The finalists. Back: Keith Pessall, Dave Brown & Colin Petitt. Front: Roger Vernon (referee), Les Mumford, Ian Evans, Don Hood, Graham Turner & Mike Kinsey.

Quarter Final Scores:
Mick Kinsey (Sinclair) v Don Hood (Sinclair). 21-8
Ian Evans (Madeley) v Colin Petitt (Madeley) 21-6
Dave Brown (Sinclair) v Les Mumford (Madeley) 21-17
Graham Turner (St. Georges) v Keith Pessall (SJB) 21-20

Semi Finals:
Ian Evans v Mick Kinsey 21-4
Graham Turner v Dave Brown 21-20

League President Ken Tonkiss presents the Winners Shield to Ian Evans.

Ken Tonkiss presents the Runner-up Shield to Graham Turner.

Doubles Finals Played on Thursday 1st September at Edgmond

Ian Evans & Les Mumford (Madeley Cricket Club) retained the Doubles Trophy that they won last season with a 21-18 win over Norman Harvey & Keith Pessall (SJB) in a high quality final.

In the semi-finals, Ian & Les beat Bob Barber & Jon Madeley (St Georges) 21-10 and Norman & Keith beat club mates Vince Cruise & Dave Maiden by the same score.

Full scores are on the Results Service here.

The qualifiers. L to R: Paul Powell & Steve Holmes (White Horse HUSC), Les Mumford & Ian Evans (Madeley CC), Jon Madeley & Bob Barber (St Georges), Maurice Wakeley & Don Hood (Sinclair), Keith Pessall & Norman Harvey (SJB), Dave Maiden & Vince Cruise (SJB) Gino Farruggio & Algi Davies (SJB). League competition secretary Rob Renke and his partner Pete Driver (Bylet) also qualified but were unable to play due to illness.

League President Ken Tonkiss presents the winners trophy to Les Mumford & Ian Evans.

Ken Tonkiss presents the runners-up trophy to Norman Harvey & Keith Pessall.

Charity Shield and Consolation Finals Played on Thursday 5th October at Bylet

Consolation Shield

Division 4 champions Newport B had 5 winners and beat Allscott B of Division 3 by 47 shots in the final of the Consolation Shield. The match result can be found here.

Consolation Winners, Newport B. L to R: Dave Chesters, Nick Stroudley, Pat Evans, Alan Gould, Mike Harrison & Dave Oldcorn.

Consolation Runners-up Allscott Heath B. L to R: John Cooper, Arthur Thompson, Geoff Arrowsmith, Dave Whittall, John Baxter & Brian Jacques.

Newport Captain Alan Gould receives the Consolation Shield from League President Ken Tonkiss.

Charity Shield

Division 2 champions Wrockwardine Wood A had 4 winners and a +39 aggregate to beat Sir John Bayley B in the final of the Charity Shield. The match result can be found here.

Charity Shield Winners Wrockwardine Wood A. L to R: Ian Jones, Phil Furness, John Clarke, Tony Garmson, Roger Cotton & Allan Gaut.

Charity Shield Runners-up Sir John Bayley B. L to R: Ray Willetts, Ian Delves, Dave Maiden, Algi Davies, Dave Wall, Phil Owen (non playing captain) and Vince Cruise.

Wrockwardine Wood Captain John Clarke receives the Charity Shield from League President Ken Tonkiss.

Sir John Bayley non-playing captain Phil Owen receives the Charity Shield Runner-up trophy from Ken Tonkiss.