Enigmas whitewashed by pacesetting Colebridge

Harry Purewal claimed an impressive treble as as Free Church C beat Millennium 7-3 in Division Two of the Leamington & District League.
Harry Purewal claimed an impressive treble as as Free Church C beat Millennium 7-3 in Division Two of the Leamington & District League.
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Top played bottom in Division One of the Leamington & District League, with Colebridge A claiming all ten points from Enigmas courtesy of Sam Henderson, Mike Rinnhofer and Ben Wilson, writes Phil John.

Free Church B eased their relegation fears with a 6-4 win over County Council B. Jeff Harris, Sam Weaving and Sam Wiggins all won twice, though none could better Council’s Simon Griew who took three and the doubles alongside Nilton Green.

County Council A beat struggling Colebridge B 7-3, Clive Irwin, Pat McCabe and Phil Paine all winning twice and wrapping up the doubles through Irwin and Paine.

Vikas Bakshi, John Chandler and Farooq Kakar each posted a win in response.

Free Church A have moved into third after beating Wellesbourne 8-2.

Timmy Cooper and Lee Dorning won their singles and the doubles and Tom Brocklehurst added one. Alan Cotton and John Price gave Wellesbourne some joy.

Whitnash A have snatched second spot in Division Two after overwhelming Rugby C 9-1. Kevin Arris and Paul Riman were hat-trick men and Dennis Woodhead won twice, only slipping up against Ben Holvey.

However, they trail Nomads A who won 8-2 at Eathorpe A with Andy Davies and Tony Thomas securing trebles and Ian Beasley winning twice. Pete Titmas replied and took the doubles with Chris Atkins.

Third-placed Free Church C are five points adrift after a 7-3 win over Millennium. A superb triple from Harry Purewal, a double from Kit Turner and a single from Scott Delday plus a Purewal/Turner doubles win saw them home with Christian Ward (2) and Barry Hook (1) the visiting scorers.

St George’s D opened up a ten-point cushion at the top of Division Three after winning 7-3 against Free Church G.

Andy Caine claimed a hat-trick, Richard Grover won twice and notched the doubles with Tracey Fletcher who won once. County under-15 champion Lewis Singleton was on top form to win twice and James Robertson wrestled the other point.

Five points cover the next four teams after second-placed County Council D lost 8-2 to third-placed Free Church E.

Phil Blowey and Tom Harris both posted impressive hat-tricks and Livvy Fletcher won twice.

County Council C, in joint fourth spot, swept aside Nomads B 10-0 through Doug Lowe, Steve Poole and Ian Stevens, with the other team in 4th, Flavels A, being held to a draw by Free Church F.

Tom Meldrum was unbeaten for Church and Adam Pulman and Josh Wyatt-Smith added singles.

Trevor Bradley and Dot Macfarlane were Flavels’ mainstays with two apiece and Roger Potts joined Bradley for the doubles.