Transfer from Mid Sussex Oct 26, 2007 16:31:44 GMT
Post by Sparky on Oct 26, 2007 16:31:44 GMT
jock said:And the mighty brewers stroll on!!!!
Another fine performance from the invigorated brewers team, good to see us competing for a change!!!
Graham Sparksman 1760 Trevor Rees 3220
Lorraine Hall 4140 Neil Burchell 1700
Colin Humphrey 1540 Geoff Fairs 450
Richard Jeffrey 3270 Chris Watson 2020
Andy FW 4020 Peter Burchell 180
A good night from the brewers point of view although it has to be said that the Greyhound lads had no luck what so ever on our top, where on the other hand we seemed to get it all! Sparky still struggled with his new 'home top' allowing Trev to take full advantage!! Mother Hall gave no quarter to a struggling Neil and noddy won his match with possibly the worst shot of the season, scores tied, noddy attempted the thin cross double to the 200 with red that was an inch or two off the right hand cushion, he got it all wrong and ploughed the white and then the black, leaving poor old Geoff with the red ball smack bang in front of the black peg, with enough air between red and black to slip a fag paper in. Geoff game fully tried to play the red but got too thick and black pegged, match to noddy!!! I didn't play particularly well, and Chris should have driven home his advantage, I lost the one up on my own top twice but managed to stay in front. AFW struggled to get going against Peter and was in danger of losing the tie until Peter managed the Greyhounds second black peg of the night to which Andy promptly took advantage off and killed the game off.
A good night as I say, but could have and maybe should have gone the other way, up until the black pegs those games were very close!!! Noddy undoubtedly wins the nights worst shot prize, but a wins a win as they say. The Greyhound lads took their defeat in good grace and full credit to them.
Brewers 4 Greyhound 1