Champions

PUBLISHED: 09:34 13 June 2012

Honiton Crib League presentation night. Brenda Flood wins the Thirsty Farmers cup. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 3195-24-12AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Honiton Crib League presentation night. Brenda Flood wins the Thirsty Farmers cup. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mhh 3195-24-12AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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League Champions of Honiton Crib League are Thirsty Farmer, who won half of their 24 fixtures and beat King’s Arms on points.

New Fountain won the Knockout Cup final, beating Winslade Club 9-7. King’s Arms gained amends in the Dan Downs Final, beating Feniton Social Club 15-9.

Captains Cup Champion: Workingmen's Club A, Lorraine White

Doubles Competition final: Workingmen's Club B 1 New Fountain 2.

Singles Competition: Winner Vine Inn B, Richard Isaac, runner up Three Tuns, Rita Freemantle.

Chairmans Challenge; Thirsty Farmer 3 New Fountain 5.

Honiton Crib League

P W D L PTS

Thirsty Farmer 24 12 8 4 44

Kings Arms 24 12 3 9 39

Workingmen's A 24 10 8 6 38

Workingmen's B 24 10 8 6 38

Vine Inn B 24 9 9 6 36

Feniton Soc B 24 8 10 6 34

New Fountain 24 7 11 6 32

Winslade Club 24 9 4 11 31

Vine Inn A 24 8 5 11 29

Three Tuns 24 5 11 8 26

Awliscombe Inn 24 6 7 11 25

Blacksmith Arms 24 5 8 11 23

Feniton Soc A 24 4 10 10 22

Captains Cup

P W L PTS

Lorraine White 24 19 5 19

Lionel Hawkins 24 15 9 15

Steve Pettitt 24 15 9 15

Dave Field 24 13 11 13

Jean Garside 24 13 11 13

Brenda Flood 24 12 12 12

Julie Davies 24 12 12 12

Amelia Bath 24 10 14 10

Audrey Hawkins 24 10 14 10

Hedley Hawkins 24 10 14 10

Rita Freemantle 24 10 14 10

Terresa Baldwin 24 10 14 10

Sarah Dent 24 7 17 7


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