Skittles Cardiff
Ceilys Caerdydd
The Players
The Alley
Team History


Please note Wales are playing Ireland in Rugby at home on Friday night March 10th and Wales are playing Ireland in football away on March 24th so if anybody thinking of calling off any of their games please play earlier than the scheduled date and please don't cancel at the last minute you have ample time to re-arrange games before not after the date.


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Whitchurch RFC
Church Inn
The week
What a game re-arranged from last Friday and finished in style going down to the last ball of the  
game. The game produced an incredible finish with The Cubs being left 65 to win and thanks to  
scores of 29 apiece from Richie Evans and Dennis Westren and last man Mr Ice Cool Mark  
Allwood who needed 5 to win having to hit with his last ball with the game all square  
which he duly did in a great team performance and commiserations to Black & Ambers  
who had Bruce Edwards 29 and the games top scorer in Lyn Gould with 30. The Black & Ambers  
played their second game in 3 days and lost to E.C. Allstars who had father Mike Evans and son  
Jack Evans both hitting 27 each. The Robbers picked up two valuable points to keep them off  
the bottom of the table. The top of the table clash between Plough Cubs and Heath Hornets went  
down to the last ball of the game and it ended up 245 apiece. The Mag Twelve are back on form  
in style as they beat second placed The Rascals hitting 317 in the process with Terry Portlock 35  
John Bailey and Vic Coleman 31 apiece Brian Mitchell 29 and Ray Bridges 28 top scored for  
them with Rob Denning 31 and 32 each from Andy Ocock & Alex Welch as The Rascals went  
down fighting in a high scoring game. The Likely Lads returned to form hitting 310 on The Church  
Inn alley with Kevin Renshaw 32 and Kelvin Hurley 30 for them with Walter Williams having 30 for  
Maltsters Wanderers. Dublin All Stars picked up the points in beating bottom of the table The  
North Boys while The Oddballs beat The Bloodhounds by 5 pins with Alan Pitman hitting 30 for  
them. The Pineapple Doughnuts on a roll at home beat The Modernaires while The Woodies  
continue to move up the table after beating The Aces at home Joe Perks hitting 29 and Lewis  
O'Brien 28 which included another 9.  



SECOND ROUND CUP DRAW GAMES TO BE PLAYED BY MARCH 10th 2017  
 
The Likely Lads v Heath Hornets 
 
 The Modernaires v Maltsters Wanderers 
 
The Woodies v Plough Cubs 
 
Pineapple Doughnuts v Dublin All Stars

One Fixture.
Cup news
PRELIMINARY Round
  Rule Changes   
Rule 9
This has been amended to, "All teams must make certain that two members attend the individuals."
Individual Tournament 
Team                         P W D L Pts 
Heath Hornets         25 21 1 3 43 
The Rascals            25 20 0 5 40 
Plough Cubs           25 19 1 5 39 
Dublin All Stars       25 17 0 8 34 
The Mag Twelve    25 16 1 8 33 
Black & Ambers      24 16 0 8 32 
Maltsters Wandr's   25 15 2 8 32 
The Woodies          23 14 0 9 28 
Pineapple D'nuts    25 13 1 11 27 
The Likely Lads     24 12 1 11 25 
E.C. Allstars           25 11 1 13 23 
The Aces               25 9 2 14 20 
The Modernaires   25 8 0 17 16 
The Oddballs         24 8 0 16 16 
The Five Nines      24 5 0 19 10 
The Robbers         25 5 0 20 10 
The Bloodhounds  25 4 0 21 8 
The North Boys     23 3 0 20 6 

In Other News



Please note................ The Woodies now play at The Croft, Croft Street, CF24 3DZ and The Oddballs have moved to The Retreat, Maelfa, Llanederyn, CF23 9PL.

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