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East Flintshire League News up to 27th Mar 2014.

WILL ALL CLUB SECRETARIES AND PLAYERS PLEASE NOTE THAT THE MEETING OF THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE TAKES PLACE AT THE CORUS SPORTS CLUB ON THURSDAY 3rd APRIL AT 19.30. EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND, ESPECIALLY AS THIS IS THE FINAL ONE BEFORE THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING – SO IF YOU HAVE ANY COMMENTS TO PASS OR SUGGESTIONS TO MAKE FOR THE BETTERMENT OF THE LEAGUE, ETC, PLEASE TURN UP AND PUT THEM TO THE MEETING.

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The race for the Division One championship provided a thrilling climax to the league campaign. Following the season’s last weeks league fixtures, in which Corus “A” beat Hawarden 23 to 13 and on the same night their club colleagues Corus overcame Caergwrle B.B. 25 to 17, then both the Brigadiers & the Steelmen had tied on 354 points each, although the latter had the edge in both games won as well as the ‘for/against’ statistics. Hence, the final re-arranged fixture between the two teams became the Division 1 championship decider, Caergwrle B.B. beating their rivals by 24 to 17, thereby giving them the title by 7 points, the closest contest the EFTTL has seen for years. Conseqently, the top 4 placings now contest the D.R.Ledgard Challenge Cup, the semi-finals being as follows:-

Caergwrle B.B. v Hawarden

Corus “A” v Corus

These are scheduled to take place week commencing 28th April or earlier if teams agree.

Other outstanding results as follows:-

Corus “B” lost to Hawarden 27 – 7 and Hawarden “A” lost to Corus 25 – 15.

Top players in the final analysis were:-

John Chan (Corus”A”) – 127 / 153

Harold Furber (Caergwrle BB) – 126 / 141

Stuart Hambley (Hawarden) – 111 / 176

John Bowen (Corus) – 100 / 159

Mike Phelan (Corus”A”) – 99 / 141.

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In the D.R.Ledgard Handicap Cup group stage, one fixture Hawarden “C” versus Corus “C” remains outstanding, this having now been re-arranged for Fri. 28th March. However, this should result in Corus “C” being top of the group, thereby giving the semi-finals matches as follows:-

Corus “C” v Rev.7

Corus “D” v Hawarden “B”

These are scheduled to take place week commencing 28th April or earlier if teams agree.

Outstanding results are as detailed:-

Corus “E” lost to Corus “D” 2 – 8: Buckley lost to Corus “D” 2 – 8; Rev.7 lost to Hawarden “B” 3 – 7; Corus “D” beat Rev.7 6 – 4; Corus “C” beat Buckley 8 – 2 and Hawarden “B” beat Corus “E” 8 – 2.

Top players in the group stage too date are:-

Lloyd Isam (Rev.7) – 16 / 18

Gareth Cannon (Corus “C”) – 13 / 15

Geoff Warren (Buckley) – 13 / 15

Steve Tibbett (Hawarden “C”) – 12 / 15

Tom Reilly (Corus “C”) – 11 / 15

Dave Kay (Hawarden “B”) – 11 / 18.

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RAY BAKER MEMORIAL TROPHY.

In the second round, Hawarden “B” lost to their colleagues Hawarden “C” in a closely contested fixture by 13 points. The remaining fixture between last season’s winners Corus “C” and Corus resulted in a win for the holders 132 points.

The semi-final fixtures will now be as follows:-

Corus “C” v Rev.7.

Buckley v Hawarden “C”

These are scheduled to take place week commencing 7th April or earlier if teams agree.

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