FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES LEAGUE: Bentley Road edge to glory.
BENTLEY Road are this season's Worthington championship winners.
Their darters ensured they picked up the major trophy with a comfortable victory over Stockingford AA, giving them a vital championship point, and with Bermuda losing the 5s&3s encounter against Fife Street A both teams finished level on points, but with the Road's superior individual games won record seeing them home.
John Wilson's squad take the title with the villagers second and Chapel End Libs filled the minor berth.
Tom Sidwell's throwers duly re-gained the darts title in impressive style at Caddy Club while Bentley Road are runners-up and Bermuda third.
Jack Wood's old game shufflers are champions as the Muda peggers held off the challenge of Stockingford AA in second with The Works in behind the top duo.
The 5s&3s honour has still to be resolved with Abbey Social facing Chapel End Libs in a play-off to decide the crown as both teams finished with identical records.
Abbey's most recent game resulted in a 4-1 set-back at Stockingford AA, who finish third with the Libs shuffler's dry rubbing Caddy Club 5-0.
Long time cribbage league leaders Bermuda clinched the title with a 5- 0 thumping of Fife Street A, RAC Sports are runners up even though they also lost their final game.
Sub-Committee meeting, tonight (Thursday) 8pm at Fife Street WMC.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||May 9, 2003|
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