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Tue, 01 Mar 2016

Mixed Leagues


League 2


Cannell Print Rushen A 11 Doehle Corporate Selborne A 9


A close match with half of the encounters going to a third game.  At second mens Rushen's Rob Mason and Michael Broadbent lost the first game to Roy Wilson and Neil McMullen but came back to win in three 16/21 21/12 21/14.  At second womens Sarah Goldie and Janet Corkish won in two games for Rushen against Angela Guest and Sue Young 21/15 21/16. At first mens there was a close first game but it was Selborne's Stuart Foley and Alex Lambie who were victorious against Neil Ronan and Andy Bowers 22/20 21/11.  First womens saw a Rushen win in two games by Kirree Ronan and Carole Ennett 21/16 21/11 against Susie Stewart and Gill Young. This gave Rushen a 6-3 lead after the level doubles.  Fourth mixed saw a win for Rushen's Broadbent and Goldie against McMullen and Sue Young 21/15 21/23 21/8.  Third mixed saw a very close match going to the third game and it was Mason and Corkish who came out on top for Rushen 22/20 19/21 21/19 against Wilson and Guest.  Selborne pulled back some games when Lambie and Gill Young won at second mixed 21/10 21/14 against Bowers and Ennett.  Then at first mixed Selborne's Foley and Stewart won in three 21/18 16/21 21/18 against Neil and Kirree Ronan.



League 4



Speedy Parking Peel A 4 Designer Glass Castletown/Abbey B 13




League 5


Caley Stores Sulby 0 Hotchkiss Associates Michael B 16



This was a comprehensive victory for Michael B team and keeps their title aspirations very much alive. This league title is going to be very closely fought as we near the end of the league season. This year in League 5, all teams are very strong (except Caley Stores Sulby) and standards are well above those seen in this League in previous seasons. Caley Store Sulby, fields a team of youth and experience, providing standards more typical of those seen  in past seasons in this league and are no match for any of them. As a consolation Sulby can always ‘win’ with their suppers.  IC




Men's Leagues


League 1


CuPlas Callow St Ninians A 233 Citywing Vikings A 191


League 2


Microgaming Marown B 227 Fencibles A 217



 League 5



Fencibles C 225 Tynwald Celts B 233


Citywing Vikings C 188 Tynwald Celts B249



There were some close games and some not so close. Opening game saw Vikings pair Matthew Bruce and David Beynon lose to John Dawson and Mark Cheng 16/21  6/21. Jamie Joughin and Roy McLean had a close first game against Tynwald Celts Ming Cheng and Ray Kelly winning 21/18 but losing the second 14/21. Very close games then followed for Bruce and McLean losing 15/21 19/12 against Dawson and Kelly. Vikings Joughin and Beynon then won a close first game against Cheng and Cheung 21/19 but lost the second 11/21. There then followed two very close games for Beynon and McLean losing 19/21 and 19/21 to a resilient Tynwald Celts Cheung and Kelly. The final match of the night saw Cheng and Dawson picking up two more games 21/12 21/15 against Vikings Joughin and Bruce. Strong performance from Tynwald who continue to push for promotion   JJ



League 7


CuPlas Callow St Ninians C 168 idesign Rushen B 250



Women's Leagues

League 1

Fencibles A 251 CuPlas Callow St Ninians A 176


League 2


Citywing Vikings B 145 Citywing Vikings C 181


League 3


PWC Castletown/Abbey A 151 Doehle Corporate Selborne B 252


CuPlas Callow St Ninians B 174 Tynwald Celts A 251


League 4


Tynwald Celts B 187 Fencibles B 243


Doehle Corporate Selborne C 240 Microgaming Marown B 202


Very well done to Selborne womens C team squad with maximum possible 18 points from their six matches. This one was far from one-sided however, as Marown won four games in the first round of matches, but were unable to sustain their bright start, losing all six in round two. The concluding games saw Selborne's Lisa Hennessey and Renee Michalogiannis winning 21/19 21/13 against Isla Thomas and Abby Turton, while at numbers one and two Felicia Gawne and Jane Casey shared games 17/21 21/18 with Marown's Jess Lloyd and Michelle Garrity.  RMcM

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