Gerrard Arms B defeat Royal Clarence B and its tight at the top of Division Two.

PUBLISHED: 09:51 10 August 2011

There’s a mighty scrap going on for control at the top of Divison Two in the Ax Valley Boules League.

In the recent rounds of matches in the Axe Valley Boules League the top three in Division One all won.

Leaders Golden Hind B bagged their thirteenth win in fourteen outings to maintain their vice like grip on the race for the top honour.

The big game in Division Two saw Gerrard Arms B win 4-1 against Royal Clarence B and just one point separates the top three.

Full results.

Division 1: Kings & Queens 4 Colyton FC 1; Harbour A 3 Lamb (mutton) 2; Golden Hind B 3 Colyton FC 2; Axe Cliff A 3 Whitford Warriors 2; Kings & Queens 1 Ship Castaways 4; Beer Club 2 Kings Arms A 3; Colyton FC 1 Ship Castaways 4.

Division 2: Kingfisher A 3 Seaton Town FC A 2; Kingfisher Rebels 3 Kings Jesters 2; Royal Clarence B 1 Gerrard Arms B 4.

Division 3: Kings Cavaliers 3 Lamb Visitors 2; Seaton Town FC B 3 Golden Wonders 2; Lamb High Flyers 1 Harbour Fourplay 4; Harbour Sea v Royal Clarence A no result received.

Division 1

P W Pts

Golden Hind B 14 13 54

Axe Cliff A 14 10 43

Ship Castaways 14 10 40

Whitford Warriors 14 7 36

Kings Arms A 14 9 34

Beer Club 14 7 33

Colyton FC 14 5 33

Kings & Queens 14 4 30

Harbour A 14 4 28

Lamb (mutton) 14 1 19

Division 2

P W Pts

New Inn Flyers 9 7 28

Royal Clarence B 10 6 27

Gerrard Arms B 9 5 27

Seaton Town FC A 9 4 23

Kingfisher A 9 4 20

Kingfisher Rebels 9 3 18

Kings Jesters 9 3 17

Division 3

P W Pts

Harbour Fourplay 12 9 38

Royal Clarence A 12 8 38

Kings Cavaliers 13 8 37

Lamb Visitors 13 6 33

Golden Wonders 12 6 32

Seaton Town FC B 12 6 29

Red Balls 12 5 26

Harbour Sea 12 5 25

Lamb High Flyers 12 2 15


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