Childwall prove to be up to scratch for title.
Liverpool Liverpool, city (1991 pop. 448,300), NW England, on the Mersey River near its mouth. It is one of Britain's largest cities. A large center for food processing (especially flour and sugar), Liverpool has a variety of industries, including the manufacture of electrical Scratch League champions. They only suffered one defeat all season - and that came in their last match against newcomers Ashton.
But the new arrivals to the league had plenty of reason to celebrate after finals day at Grange Park Grange Park may refer to any of the following places;
They came out on top with an aggregate score of 386, beating Huyton & Prescot and the St Helens St Helens may refer to:
The single medal round for the Vic Perry trophy was won by Ian Nolan Ian Nolan (born 9 July 1970 in Liverpool) is a retired English-born Northern Irish football player soccer player who played as a defender. During his career he won 17 caps for Northern Ireland. of Grange Park with a score of 72. West Derby were narrowly pipped for the runners-up spot in the summer-long league season after matching Ashton's four wins, but losing out on the number of individual match wins.
Huyton and Prescot led the group of clubs with three wins followed by Woolton and Blundells Hill with Lee Park and Grange Park completing the table.
RESULTS Grange Park 3 Childwall 4; West Derby 5 Lee Park 2; Woolton 5 v Ashton in Makerfield 2; Blundells Hill 2 ' Huyton & Prescot 4'; Huyton & Prescot 5 Grange Park 2; Lee Park 3 Woolton 4; West Derby 5 Ashton in Makerfield 2; Childwall 5 Blundells Hill 2; Childwall 6 Huyton & Prescot 1; Ashton in Makerfield 4 Lee Park 3; Woolton 5 West Derby 2; Blundells Hill 4 Grange Park 3; Childwall 5 West Derby 2; Grange Park 3' Ashton in Makerfield 3'; Huyton & Prescot 5 Woolton 2; Lee Park 3 Blundells Hill 4; Lee Park 2 Childwall 5; West Derby 5 Grange Park 2; Ashton in Makerfield 5' Huyton & Prescot 1'; Blundells Hill 4' Woolton 2'; Grange Park 3 Lee Park 4; y Childwall 7 Woolton 0; Huyton & Prescot 3' West Derby 3'; Blundells Hill 1' Ashton in Makerfield 5'; Ashton in Makerfield 6 Childwall 1; Lee Park 4 Huyton & Prescot 3; Woolton 3 Grange Park 4; West Derby 4' Blundells Hill 2'
Childwall Golf Club, 2009 winners of the Liverpool Scratch League