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Black Horse on cloud nine

By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: November 28, 2012

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THE Black Horse travelled to the Shoulder C and won all nine legs, the team scoring five registers between them while Shoulder hit three registers.

In Division One, the Nags Head hosted the Tiger and went down 8-1.

Chris Whitbread scored four registers for the Nags and Chris Warner and Paul McGowan won their doubles.

Connor Hodgkinson hit four registers for the Tiger.

ESC A were away to the Shoulder B and won 7-2 as Alan Botham scored four registers for ESC A. Martin Hill and Charlie Harrison both scored three registers for the Shoulder B.

Craig Upton hit four registers for the Wheel during their 6-3 loss at home against the Knockerdown.

White Swan won their final doubles for a 5-4 win against the Shant in an evenly fought match.

Waterloo won 5-4 away against the Yew Tree.

Division Two saw the Vaults A winning 5-4 away to the ESC B. Martyn Brown scored four registers for the ESC and Simon Lees had an 82 double start.

Bowling Green had a 5-4 win away to the Rose & Crown as Dave Lee scored three registers.

Vaults B lost 5-4 at home against the Red Lion with Joe Naylor hitting three registers for the Vaults.. Mick Burton had an 80 finish for the Lion.

Wheel Wanderers had a 7-2 win at home against the Cock Inn. Tony Woodroffe had a 20 dart singles, while Sean Jones, Martin Kinder and Nathan Garside all scored four registers for the Wanderers.

Alex Wooliscroft hit three registers, including a 180, for the Cock Inn.

In Division Three, the Sycamore had a 7-2 win away to the Crown Inn.

Ostrich won 6-3 at home against the Wheelies as Rob Holmes hit a 112 double start, Mark Walker a 72 finish and Esther Woolley had a 61 finish, all for the Ostrich.

Red Lion B won the final doubles to win their match 5- 4 against the Shoulder A.

Rachel Haddock scored two registers for the Red Lion B.

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