Selwood's heroics fail to halt leaders Westonians
DIVISION Seven saw the highest individual score as King's Oak's Paul Selwood achieved a second-half 93 at the Kingsholm Inn.
But it was not enough to stop the leaders Westonians winning by 28 pins for four points.
There were massive team scores this week in Division One, as 2B Leaders – away to the Extras – scored 728 pins at Hardwicke RBL Two and lost 4-2 by 19 pins.
The high scoring continued right up to the last leg, as second-half setter Tony Silk's 86 and anchorman Jerry Farrant's 85 helped the 2Bs finish the stronger when the Extras left then needing a 53 leg to avoid a 6-0 defeat.
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Silk led with a 13 spare and eights from Shane Farrant and Billy Griffiths helped.
Then, still needing 24 pins between them, both Jason Griffiths and Farrant finished with spares of 14 to gain two well-earned points and a leg of 57 pins.
Hucclecote also scored beyond expectations with a second-half 391 pins at home on the Longlevens RFC alley against Legal Eagles.
The Eagles managed a respectable 340 second-half total but lost the back half by 51 pins.
Longlevens lifted their home team average to over 700, scoring 724 pins to GJSSC's 719 pins also at Longlevens RFC.
The hosts led by 32 pins at the interval but a gallant 82 by middleman Stuart Wilshaw helped GLSSC to win the back half by 27 pins for two points and a mid-table position.
Division Two's first drawn game was recorded as Charity Club were hosts to the Goodies at the GALA Club.
A slender five-pin lead for the home side meant a win was still on for the Goodies, but a 697-pin apiece finish – despite a 360 second half – meant that the spoils were shared.
There are ten teams in the division without an away win, including The Feds who have only dropped three points at home.