Mick 1750 Barney 5070 Clacky a bit unlucky giving me chances after a poor start Lyn 3580 John 4910 Lyn taking an early lead John getting it together later on Dave Lennon 1650 Sandsy 4060 Sandsy in front early then the bar dropped after 8 min's restart using manual timing Dave never seemed to get into it Steve 3990 Colin 2460 Steve cumming back with a late spurt to take this one John Tudhope 3930 Sandsy 4pr 2570 John taking advantage of he break Sandsy had his chances but came up short
usual good spread by the Windmill nice to see Ivan Stansbridge after many years good night with old friends
Colin Bolton 2070 Bill Hammond 2690 Lee Tugwell 780 John Miller 6410 Grant Hope 930 Dick Dewdney 4550 Scott Hope 1600 Rick Dewdney 8600 Stuart Hope 690 Brian Goodchild 5130
Game 1: Closest game of the night, won by Billy Onions with more points than Colin. Game 2: Junkie's just bought a big magnet which he left by the bar, thus preventing Lee with his studded trousers from getting to the table. Game 3: Nobody told Grant he was playing so he spent three quarters of the game outside having a smoke. Game 4: Could have been a close game but wasn't. Scott of the Carfax watched patiently, knowing that at any minute he would come second. Game 5: Pops looked incredibly smart, sporting his Tartan socks that the team had bought him for Christmas. He was going to do a demonstration of Highland sword dancing to celebrate his win. Thanks to Boycie, we'll have to wait for that.
Unfortunately, I wasn't there last night so any similarity to actual events is entirely coincidental.
Don't worry if plan A fails, there are 25 more letters in the alphabet. - Anonymous
More worryingly that is me on the left of the picture, if I remember correctly Colin Peskett took the break shot for the photographer and missed the red ball. I was calling him something but unable to remember what. Mick
You haven't aged a bit, Clacky. Neither has Sniffer on the right.