Sadly I didn't take down the scores, but here is what happened....
Grant lost to Alan B A good 5k opening break from Alan, GT didn't get the balls back until it was too late although he made a great effort to catch Alan.
Stuart M beat Michelle Chocie pegged his opener and gave Chelle the break back, Chelle looked comfortable but missed a split on 2k and Stuart made a good 8.5k break to take the win.
Jim lost to Jack Jack made a 3.5k opening break but was first to get them back and made sure with another 4.5k break, Jim got the balls back at the end.
Geoff lost to Jean Best game of the night by far.... Geoff opened with 5.5k, Jean got the balls back and touched on 7.5k just before the bar dropped, Geoff finished off.
Dave beat Stuart C Stu off on about 1.4k, I got the break back and pegged after missing my second split, Stuart added another 3k break and I then bored the pants off him (and the scorer) with a slow 8.5k break that was mostly done potting in the 50 hole.
A very enjoyable evening in good company, well deserved win for the visitors.
Hopefully Jean will provide the scores....
World Champion - 2014 Oxon Open Winner - 2014 AEBBA Mixed Pairs Winner - 2014 (with Colleen Park) Highest Break - 23,930 (Brighton League @ Albion Fishersgate 18/05/2016) Bucks Plate Winner - 2009 & 2010 (The ONLY player to ever "successfully" defend a Plate Competition!)
As I've been told, I'm late again. Sorry, guys Bevy B v Montreal B Rose 1010 - 990 Stu Zoe 1730 - 1500 Dover Ash 1160 - 1960 Peter Phil 4690 - 1060 Buckle Zoe 3960 - 150 Stu Interesting match as both teams only had 4 players and the scores do not really reflect the game results. Rose and Stu's 1st game went 1st one way and then the other before Rose finally ending it on the last ball (should have just done that on the 1st ball and saved me all that adding up) Zoe and Dover then went head to head with Dover determined to see who could knock over the most white pegs. He won that one. Ash tried really hard but couldn't quite match Peter and a couple of whites was his downfall as well. Phil didn't make the other's mistake by not knocking over those silly bits of wood (Buckle complaining that he WOULD like to play someone else for a change) Zoe decided she wanted to go out in style (Stu helping by knocking over that nasty front peg) by getting one of her highest scores of the season. A brilliant night so thanks Dover and crew. Well done Zoe, have a great time abroad and see you next Winter season.