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Robin McIntosh

It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Robin McIntosh over the weekend.

A proud Manxman, he had been receiving treatment for cancer in recent years and died in hospital in Warrington.

He played in the early years of the Ormskirk League at the Railway Tavern in Hoscar.

In 1980 Red Lion (Newburgh) joined the League, becoming Newburgh Lions the following year.

In recent years Robin took the post of Results Secretary producing a detailed statistical analysis of all matches and compiling the highlights for this site.

Robin is in seat three of the team on the left in this photograph.

The words of Joe O'Connor are a fine tribute - "We all knew him of course, some of us for over forty years. We shall miss him as a doughty competitor always striving to win, but more as an old friend ready to talk and to help".

Robin's funeral will be held on Friday January 3rd. The service is at 2pm at Charnock Richard  crematorium, followed by a celebration of Robin's life at 3.00pm at Christ Church Newburgh, then refreshments at the Red LIon.  Family flowers only, but donations welcome to Douglas Valley Lions, a cause for whom Robin worked tirelessly.

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Catch Up Week Highlights

 
Division 1 Squigglers lost both their games against Rugby Hounds and Greyhound. Wheatsheaf had a easy win over Ormskirk Tennis Club with Arthur Heyes scoring 17 for Wheatsheaf.
 
Division 2 Red Lion (Burscough) had a comfortable win over Ormskirk Farmers largely thanks to 19 from Steve Garrett. Parbold Exiles had a welcome one point win over OCC. 
 

Merseyside Challenge Cup

The final matches in the group stages take place on Wednesday.

In Group 1 unbeaten Unison entertain Palmy Army (Liverpool)who have lost both games. In Group 2 Wheatsheaf entertain Wandering Star (Liverpool) who have lost both games. Three teams can still qualify for the quarter finals. In Group 4 Colly Wobblers travel to unbeaten leaders Rainhill Victoria (Liverpool).

Results

Unison beat Palmy Army by walkover - qualify as group winners

Wheatsheaf 40 Wandering Star 28 - qualify as runner up by points difference and points scored

Rainhill Victoria 48 Colly Wobblers 43 - enter MCC Plate

Week 13 Highlights

 

Division 1 - Old Dog march on at the top, defeating Wheatsheaf.  Colly Wobblers had a close win over second place Unison who only had three players.  Mike Unsworth had the week's top score with 25 for the victors, and Darren Martin replying with 24 for the losers.  Paul Prior scored 21 for Ormskirk Tennis Club in an excellent draw with Farmers Arms. Bottom team Gang of Four had a welcome win against Robin Hood who continue to struggle.
 
Division 2 - The top 4 teams all had comfortable wins in the matches played. The division's top scores were 16, for Jim Maloney for Newburgh Lions, Kevin Walton for Abbey Saints, Bill Gerrard for Abbey Sinners and Brian Yates for Whippet.
 
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