First semi spot taken


GLENTHAM, at home to Glentworth in the quarter-final, were able to win three games and took a 52-31 victory, and they now await the result of the match between Bishop Norton Green and South Kelsey Blue for their opponents in the semi-final.

In the Southern Division, Ingham met Reepham twice, the first match was at home and Reepham were 8-2 winners.

The second match was at Reepham a few days later, when Reepham strengthened their position at the top of the league by winning 10-0.

These two defeats worsened Ingham’s position at the bottom of the table.

Middle Rasen Tupholme played at home against Bishop Norton Yellow and obtained a good 10-0 victory, even though two games were only won by one shot.

Middle Rasen Drax went away and played against Bishop Norton Green.

Bishop Norton Green were 10-0 winners, again with some of the games being fairly close.

In the Northern Division, South Kelsey Red were at home to Bottesford Brown and went down 8-2.

Scawby Blue hosted South Kelsey Red and had a battle, both sides won two games, but South Kelsey narrowly won the aggregate and triumphed 6-4.

Waddingham Red were at home to Scawby Orange and achieved a good 8-2 victory.

Perry’s Gold played Elsham and found the visitors in fine form.

Elsham started by drawing a game and winning the other, then after the break Elsham stayed on top and won the rest of the games to take a 9-1 victory.