Ormskirk Quiz League

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Highlights Week 13

Division 1:- All teams played a tough quiz, where the highest aggregate score was 74.   Newburgh Lions, thanks to 17 from Darren Martin, overcame strong rivals Greyhound, for whom Ritchie Venner scored 15. 13 points each from Tom Evans and Sue Perks was enough for Delph Tavern to comfortably beat Colly Wobblers. Rugby Hounds, even though Eric Lupton scored 14 lost to Turks Head Sinners, for whom Bill Gerrard and Peter Duffy scored 12 each. 

Division 2:-19 points from Alan Thompson helped Ormskirk Theatre Company overcome Helenians, whose leading scorer was Bob Foster with 12 points. Despite 14 from Martin Burke, Hayfield Gang lost to Scarecrows, for whom Janet Crompton scored 16 and Barry Marshall 13.

Highlights Week 12

Division 1:-  Despite 19 points from Jim Maloney, Newburgh Lions lost to Colly Wobblers for whom Ian Barlow scored 13.  13 points each from Sue Perks and Tom Evans ensured Delph Tavern’s victory over Turks Head Sinners, for whom Francis Williams scored 12. An impressive 20 points from John Wilson, greatly helped Greyhound overcome Rugby Hounds, for whom Eric Lupton scored a very creditable 19 points.

Division 2:- Despite 12 points each from Matt Cochrane and Rob Jones, Hayfield Gang lost to Helenians, with Bob Foster scoring 15 for the winners. Turks Head Saints, thanks to 16 from Charles Johnson and 12 from Clive Walton had a convincing win over Scarecrows. 

Merseyside Challenge Cup

Both Ormskirk teams were defeated in their final group matches so qualify for the quarter finals as runner up in their group. Colly Wobblers gained a bonus point with a 40-44 loss to WSC (Warrington) despite 16 from Pat Gibson. Greyhound lost 41-52 to Cricketers (Liverpool) with John Wilson scoring 16.

Individual Averages

Individual averages for the first half of the season can be found under Tables/Individual Scores.

President's Shield

Ormskirk again suffered two defeats in the latest evening of matches. The first match against Wirral was lost 41-49 despite 15 from Bill Gerrard. In the second match a losing bonus point was gained in a 43-47 defeat to Liverpool 2a who remain unbeaten at the top of the league. Bill Gerrard was again the highest scorer with 18.

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